1. Four Reasons Why Arsenal Need to Sign Sami Khedira

    The signing of Alexis Sanchez makes Arsenal a stronger team than it was last season. But is it yet as strong as its nearest rivals? I'd say no. Two more pieces are needed to make the Arsenal squad very strong...

    I.J. Yarison Written by I.J. Yarison about 1 month ago 13,945 reads 45 comments

  2. Messi Is the Reason Argentina Must Win the Next World Cup

    It is only a day after the World Cup final, and there are four years (around 1,461 days) still to unwind until the next one, yet I am already cheering for Argentina to win the next World Cup...

    I.J. Yarison Written by I.J. Yarison about 1 month ago 5,176 reads 14 comments

  3. 2014 World Cup: The Myth About Germany's New-Found Resilience

    Before Germany's 7-1 triumph over hapless Brazil in 2014 FIFA World Cup first semi-final on Tuesday at the Estadio Mineirao in Belo Horizonte , a certain myth about the German team was making the rounds in the media...

    I.J. Yarison Written by I.J. Yarison about 1 month ago 3,958 reads 8 comments

  4. 7 Solid Reasons Why Arsenal Should Sign Cesc Fabregas

    He or she is a fool who swallows every transfer morsel daily whipped up by tabloids and dubious websites that concoct transfer rumors for seemingly no reason than for the traffic and the fun of it...

    I.J. Yarison Written by I.J. Yarison about 3 months ago 8,119 reads 73 comments

  5. Can Lukas Podolski Help Arsenal in Their Push for the Premiership Title?

    Can Lukas Podolski help Arsenal with their still-possible title push? It depends on how he is accommodated in the team in the absence of key players due to injury, including Theo Walcott , Jack Wilshere, Mesut Ozil and Aaron Ramsey...

    I.J. Yarison Written by I.J. Yarison about 6 months ago 3,548 reads 14 comments

  6. Arsenal's Squad Problem and Mesut Ozil's Loss of Form

    Arsenal 's task of knocking Bayern Munich out of the Champions League, after losing the first leg by two goals to nil a fortnight ago, was by itself difficult enough in the second leg on Tuesday...

    I.J. Yarison Written by I.J. Yarison about 6 months ago 1,210 reads 22 comments

  7. Are Arsenal's Title Hopes over Following Loss at Stoke City?

    Arsene Wenger described Arsenal 's loss at Stoke City as a "massive setback" to the team's title bid, according to Arsenal.com ...

    I.J. Yarison Written by I.J. Yarison about 6 months ago 9,384 reads 140 comments

  8. Why Arsenal Fans Should Stand Behind Mesut Ozil Instead of Criticizing Him

    Journalists need to complete their quotas. Those pages need to be filled up, so any well-beaten horse will do, like Jeremy Wilson's piece in the Daily Telegraph about how Mesut Ozil is not worth his £ 42...

    I.J. Yarison Written by I.J. Yarison about 6 months ago 3,959 reads 56 comments

  9. Arsenal and the Theo Walcott-Santi Cazorla Factor in the Race for 2013-14 Title

    The title of this article is an attractive receptacle that fails to hold its content because of the holes that let them loose; for although it may have drawn the reader's attention, ...

    I.J. Yarison Written by I.J. Yarison about 8 months ago 13,782 reads 33 comments

  10. Jose Mourinho and the Business of Being Negative and Combative

    What is it about Jose Mourinho that causes his teams to produce and revel in an atmosphere of negativity? This is not a reference to their preferred ultra-defensive tactical ...

    I.J. Yarison Written by I.J. Yarison about 8 months ago 3,043 reads 40 comments

  11. Arsenal: The Secret Behind Their Success in the Premier League so Far

    Beginning on Wednesday (December 4) against Hull City , Arsenal will, in the next 13 games—comprising the middle half of the season—attempt to recreate the form, which ...

    I.J. Yarison Written by I.J. Yarison about 9 months ago 10,198 reads 24 comments

  12. Arsenal Still Not Considered Genuine Title Contenders

    Although Arsenal sit atop the Premier League table after nine games, a certain suspicion regarding their status as titled contenders for this season's English Premier League campaign ...

    I.J. Yarison Written by I.J. Yarison about 10 months ago 6,080 reads 37 comments

  13. Why Arsene Wenger Needs to Be Saved from Arsene Wenger

    Arsene Wenger 's weakness has never been lack of candor, but this is precisely his major weakness as a manager and one he needs to deliver himself from if he and his charges ...

    I.J. Yarison Written by I.J. Yarison about 1 year ago 5,487 reads 45 comments

  14. Arsenal, Liverpool and the Tug of War for Luis Suarez

    Cliches like " statement of intent " pepper discussions and reflections on the on-going transfer saga involving a triangle of actors: Luis Suarez sits regally atop the tip of the ...

    I.J. Yarison Written by I.J. Yarison about 1 year ago 4,936 reads 34 comments

  15. Arsenal, Transfer Market Forces, Cesc Fabregas and Wayne Rooney

    The renascence of Arsenal 's spending power in the transfer market may find itself stifled by the reality of current market forces even before it finds its tentative footing...

    I.J. Yarison Written by I.J. Yarison about 1 year ago 13,500 reads 99 comments

  16. Arsenal and Luis Suarez: What Is Really Going on Here?

    After much noise from beating the bushes too loudly shortly after the past season ended, things have grown quiet at Arsenal ...

    I.J. Yarison Written by I.J. Yarison about 1 year ago 14,052 reads 48 comments

  17. Stan Kroenke: Is His Silence a Hindrance to Arsenal's Project?

    It is safe to say that no one but, perhaps, the people closely associated with him knows what Stan Kroenke's real plans for Arsenal are. As the fans continue to wait apprehensively for his true colors to manifest, questions about his motives remain.

    I.J. Yarison Written by I.J. Yarison about over 1 year ago 8,734 reads 63 comments

  18. 3 Questions About Arsenal's 1-0 Victory over Fulham at Craven Cottage

    Arsenal won their match against Fulham to regain third position on the Premier League table, subject to Chelsea 's match against Liverpool on Sunday...

    I.J. Yarison Written by I.J. Yarison about over 1 year ago 7,345 reads 58 comments

  19. Arsenal on a Strong March to Top-Four Finish

    Will Arsenal make the top four in the Premier League this season? The answer has to be yes if the last few games are anything to go by, especially the recent four-match winning streak, even after the streak was broken by the draw against Everton ..

    I.J. Yarison Written by I.J. Yarison about over 1 year ago 4,327 reads 42 comments

  20. Will Jack Wilshere's Return Disrupt Arsenal's New Balance in the Midfield?

    In the absence of Jack Wilshere , Arsenal seem at last to have found the right balance in the midfield, with Tomas Rosicky conducting affairs at the tip of the midfield ...

    I.J. Yarison Written by I.J. Yarison about over 1 year ago 7,216 reads 58 comments

  21. Why Arsenal Are Chasing the Pack in the Dash for Top-4 Finish

    Arsenal fans are rallying together to cheer their team on in the final dash for top-four finish. The expression "Come on You Gunners" is often on their lips, and for those who ...

    I.J. Yarison Written by I.J. Yarison about over 1 year ago 5,687 reads 38 comments

  22. Arsenal: Reviewing the Gunners' Victory at Swansea City

    A vintage display this wasn 't, but full points were taken...Yoda might say of Arsenal 's 2-0 victory away at Swansea City ...

    I.J. Yarison Written by I.J. Yarison about over 1 year ago 4,885 reads 51 comments

  23. Ramsey and Arteta, the Heroes of Arsenal's Victory at Bayern Munich

    The accolades that accompany victory in football normally go the ones who scored the goals. Accordingly, it is natural to talk about Olivier Giroud in the same breath as Arsenal ...

    I.J. Yarison Written by I.J. Yarison about over 1 year ago 3,124 reads 41 comments

  24. So, Who Is Qualified to Be the Arsenal Manager Now?

    For Barney Ronay of The Guardian , in " It takes all sorts to be a football journalist – so now we're all at it ," ours now is a world overloaded with opinion, especially ...

    I.J. Yarison Written by I.J. Yarison about over 1 year ago 2,379 reads 45 comments

  25. Was Ian Wright Right in Criticizing Chelsea Fans in the United-Chelsea FA Match?

    As a rival fan, there's nothing I'd love more than to see Chelsea implode. I'd love to see their season become even worse than it is. I'd be glad to see them dumped out of the Champions League places...

    I.J. Yarison Written by I.J. Yarison about over 1 year ago 2,336 reads 18 comments