Wenger revisits £8m move & 9 Arsenal transfers to tempt RVP to stay -Best of AFC

It was close but no cigar for Arsenal this week as they just fell short of achieving the impossible in the second leg of the Champions League. Despite taking a 3-0 lead in the first half the Gunners were unable to break through the expertly marshalled Milan side in the second half who managed to hold on and book their place in the quarter finals. Arsenal deserve great credit for the effort and performance they put in that will undoubtedly act as a catalyst for Arsene Wenger’s men in their pursuit of a top four finish this season. They face a tough test on Monday night, although on present form you would expect Arsenal to come out victorious.

At FFC this week we have seen a mixed bag of Arsenal blogs that include the Gunners finally find a safe pair of hands; a transfer gamble that Wenger must take, while a necessary need for caution to be shown by the Arsenal.


Best of FFC

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Arsenal Finally Have someone they can rely on

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A necessary need for caution by Arsenal?

Best of WEB

Arshavin still has a future at Arsenal, ha, ha Arsene, it’s the way you tell ‘em! – Le Grove

After Smash and and Grab… Cash and Grabbed – Online Gooner

Give Us A Sign Arsène. Not That One. A Sign-ing Then? – A Cultured Left Foot

Podolski Deal Done? Failings off the pitch have cost Arsenal dear….. – Highbury House

Who needs to be sold and signed this summer – Gunnersphere

Aaaaaaadriaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaan!! – Arseblog

Quote of the Week

“I said I don’t live in a dream world – that means I know we have not created an easy situation, but when you are a top-level competitor, even if statistically we have a five per cent chance, what is important is that we believe that we can be in this five per cent chance.

“That is what is at stake for us – to show that we have the quality to believe we can do it, even if it is only five per cent.

“Let us make sure that we do not miss our chance because we did not believe in it.” Wenger speaking prior to Arsenal’s game against AC Milan in midweek.


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