In the following slides, I'll review the performances of Arsenal's first XI in the just concluding season, excluding players from the reserves. As always, grading players' performances is a subjective endeavor. I, however, accompany each grade with a brief commentary. For the most part, I hope this is a foretaste to a lively conversation. I examine the players within their given space of specialty.
Arsenal's 2010/2011 campaign ended with a feeble two-all draw against a 10 men Fulham side, concluding what has become one of the most disappointing seasons under Arsene Wenger. The Gunners entered the season with aspirations to era... Read Post
Now that the 2012-13 Premier League season is over, it’s time to grade the performances this season by the Premier League managers. Like a regular school report card, if a manager receives a grade worse than a C-, then that … Contin... Read Post
This season, Arsenal conceded 37 goals in the Premier League, 10 goals in the Champions League, seven goals in the Capital One Cup and five goals in the FA Cup. Unlike last season where the Gunners opened the floodgates with consumm... Read Post