Wilshere dilemma, transfer red herring & William Gallas leads by example – Best of AFC

Arsenal is entering the first phase of what will be a real make or break period for the Gunners in their title pursuit. Unfortunately injuries have once again hit Arsene Wenger’s squad and with the Frenchman all but ruling out any signings in the January window it is all hands to the pumps in order to see them through this difficult run of fixtures. First up in United at the Emirates this afternoon and supporters will be hoping for a repeat of last season’s Nasri inspired victory.

This week at FFC has seen an array of Arsenal Blogs which asks the question whether Wilshere’s loan-move was wise, whether Wenger missed a trick in not moving quickly for Smalling and why it will be good for English football if Arsenal were to become champions.

We have also picked out some of best Arsenal blogs/articles from the web this week:

Why English football needs Arsenal to be ‘Champions’

Time has come for the Bendtner appreciation society to be vindicated

When will Arsene realise that team’s just won’t roll over?

Sky’s the limit for Wenger and Ferguson

Is a relegation scrap really what Jack Wilshere needs?

Scouting Report – Arsenal target Gai Assulin

Another signing slips the net as Arsenal drag their feet

Whoever thought Gallas would lead by example

Wenger spot on as Arsenal have bigger fish to fry

Another transfer red herring served up by Wenger?


Best of Web


There is an added dimension to hating Manchester United in 3D – Guardian

We need to win today, a loss would end it. I’m backing a win. A BIG WIN! – Le Grove

Arsène Wenger occupies a unique position in the Premier League – Guardian

Why Arsenal Can Do Without Another Striker – A Cultured Left Foot

Rivalry between Arsène Wenger and Sir Alex Ferguson unmatched in sport – Guardian

Is The Faith Being Shown In Theo Beginning To Wear Thin Now? – Wrighty7

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