Monday, 2 February 2009

Arsenal 0 West Ham United 0

Arsene Wenger Finds Dogged West Ham Blocking Way To Victory by Kaveh Solhekol
Arsène Wenger came close to admitting that Arsenal are out of the title race after his players failed to beat West Ham United on Saturday. Asked to explain why his team were ten points behind Manchester United, the Arsenal manager did not mince his words. “You look at the cost of their team and you will understand why,” Wenger said. “Manchester United bought Dimitar Berbatov for £31.5 million — we have gone a different way.”... Times
Arsenal Manager Arsene Wenger Plays Down Andrei Arshavin Importance by John Ley
The most prolonged transfer in the latest window is set to come to a conclusion with Andrei Arshavin expected to complete his £15 million move from Zenit St Petersburg to Arsenal before Monday’s 5pm deadline... Telegraph
Wenger Must Face Up To The Goal Drought by Neil Ashton
The ball bounces off the shins of the centre forward, the former captain no longer talks to any of his team mates and the best player was named as a substitute. So what makes Andrei Arshavin so sure about this move to Arsenal? ‘Of course we can compete, but we have a young team and we have gone about the development a different way,’ pleaded Arsene Wenger... Mail
Wenger Rages As Saga Of Arshavin Transfer Adds To Woes by Jason Burt
Maybe this contest should have been subtitled "the curious case of Robin Van Persie" or, as a consequence, "the baffling saga of Andrei Arshavin". Having, probably rightly, decided not to expose Van Persie, whose physical fragility has dogged his Arsenal career, to a third start inside a week, Arsène Wenger then left his team exposed... Independent
Wenger Calls For Patience From Restive Arsenal Fans by Dominic Fifield
Arsenal's recent history had been about pizzazz and, for a while, Premier League titles. These days the buzz word that crops up after spluttering performances and squandered points is "patience". There was frustration as their latest opportunity to gain ground on the Champions League positions was passed up, grumbling discontent surfacing on the final whistle. "We must not go overboard with the crisis we face," said Arsène Wenger. "Let's judge our team at the end of the season."... Guardian
West Ham Deny Arsenal Home Victory by Amy Lawrence
Come in Andrei Arshavin. Whatever your number is, Arsenal really must dig it out. Any more of this reversion to the boring days of old and Arsène Wenger will have more than just failing title aspirations to worry about. Although there was a respectable turnout here, life at the Emirates has become so mind-­numbingly predictable, so lacklustre, that people may well ask themselves serious questions when it comes to renewing their expensive season tickets in the summer... Observer

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