What a week to be a Gooner! Fresh from crushing the old enemy 5-2 in the North London derby last Saturday, Arsene Wenger’s men saw off French opposition at the Emirates Stadium in midweek to book their spot in the last-16 of the Champions League for a remarkable 13th year running. After a relatively dismal beginning to November there appears to be signs that the squad is gelling into a genuine attacking force with Lukas Podolski, Oliver Giroud and Theo Walcott all amongst the goals in the last seven days. Concerns still linger regarding their defensive solidity and tightening up at the back over the tiresome festive period will be crucial to clawing back the four points that currently has situated out of the top four.

This week on FFC would Thierry Henry be welcomed back for a third stint at the Emirates Stadium and which Gunners star would be open to a move across North London?

Best of FFC

Arsenal need to bite the bullet and give him what he wants

Time for his woes to be properly resolved at Arsenal?

Would Spaniard be an ideal signing for Arsenal?

What does Arsene Wenger need to do to maintain it?

Would Arsenal fans welcome him back with open arms?

Why it’s time for Arsene Wenger to pay the ransom

Will the balance of power ever shift in north London?

It’s a shame the Premier League big boys never signed him up in his prime

Meijer feels Arsenal are favourites to secure January deal

Arsenal and Liverpool target Hamburg ace

Arsenal weighing up €6.5m move for Dutchman

Best of WEB

A Sense Of Self-Worth - A Cultured Left Foot

Would he fit the bill at Arsenal? - Gunnersphere

Is it Arsène’s time to step aside? - Online Gooner

Why risk it for a biscuit Wenger? - Gunnersphere

With a nod to John McClane - Arseblog

Arsenal to sign up Thierry again? So, so predictable… - Le Grove

Wenger’s rebuilding plan, Szczesny loving the fans & Frimpongs a Gonner until the New Year… - Highbury House

Arsenal’s ‘Unique’ Transfer Policy Takes Yet Another Amazing Twist - Transfer Tavern

Quote of the Week

“Thierry has been practising with us. Will I sign him again in January? I don’t know. I don’t rule it out. I don’t know if he would be interested. He is sharp. I had always resisted. Last year I did it because we lost Gervinho. It was a good connection. This year we lose Gervinho again as they are playing in the African Cup of Nations two years in a row, so we will be confronted with a shortage particularly if Chamakh should go. I cannot stand in his way, then we will be short.” Arsene Wenger refuses to rule out a third coming for Thierry Henry at Arsenal

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