By Matty Sadler & Boris Mellor
February 21 2017
Arsenal got through a mainly uneventful 5th round tie v Sutton, there were no great performances by Arsenal players, and MotM went to a Sutton player. Sutton played well, but sadly failed to score, which might have made the match more exciting than the routine affair it became.
The only memorable moment was the sight of Wayne Shaw (reserve Sutton keeper) eating a pie. Apparently the FA are now in... More >
Well I'm not really sure we can call that a "response" but...
Here are the player ratings...... More >
Nowhere near Chelsea, tactically, physically, or in the league.... More >
First half embarrassing. Yet again we were slow starting and had no answer for an energetic, hard-working team who pressed us high. We conceded too awful goals, were always open at... More >
I was worried when I saw we’d drawn Southampton and I was even more worried when I saw our starting XI, but I calmed down immensely once I’d seen Southampton’s st... More >
Arsenal passed and controlled the midfield well in the first half but were let down by our “front three”. We had a bloke upfront who wants crosses into the box and... More >
If only we started every game like we started that second half...... More >
Arsene Wenger has made it clear he wants to operate with a group of six senior central midfielders. Over the last few years we've gone from a group containing Mikel Arteta, Francis... More >
Downright unacceptable first half where we looked clueless defensively, sloppy in possession, slow in attack and completely unmotivated and unready to play a football game. Preston... More >
We took the lead in the first half after a spectacular finish from Giroud, and wrapped things up after a neat header from Iwobi in the second half. We could've really torn Palace a... More >