Arshavin’s honesty backfires, Gallas conundrum & Almunia the scapegoat?- Best of AFC

A week that started off as a nightmare became something of a relief as Arsenal’s rivals squandered points leaving the North Londoners well and truly in the race for the title. Wenger was the only man at the Emirates who still had belief and would never say never, and not for the first time the results have proved the Frenchman right. It is going to go down to the wire and Arsenal fans better start believing in it.

This week at FFC we have seen a mixed bag of blogs which has included….criticisms of Arsene Wenger’s policy; a focus on the club’s unsung hero Neil Banfield and how Arshavin’s honest approach is backfiring.

Plus we have taken a look at the best Arsenal stories on the Web this week.


Would Arsenal benefit from a change in formation?

Wenger needs to change his ways and quick

‘Football’s Unsung Heroes’ – Arsenal’s Neil Banfield

Has the time come for Fergie and Wenger to groom their successors?

Arshavin’s honest approach backfires for now

Manuel Almunia – Root of the problem or simply the scapegoat?

It is a bit rich for Wenger to point the finger at inexperience

The Greatest ‘One Club Players’ XI

Is Wenger the great visionary in need of an eye-test?

Brave contract call by Wenger, but the right one?

Whatever happened to Christopher Wreh?

Best of Web


Time to move on and prove that finishing third was worth it Arsene. – Le Grove

Stone Cold Friday: The Home Stretch Is Not For The Faint-Hearted – A Cultured Left Foot

Liverpool win should prove to Arsène Wenger that pragmatism does pay off – Guardian

Fàbregas future has become a family affair – Times

Lets Win The League The Hard Way Then – Wrighty7

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