- Mon Oct 2 3:15 PM
Arsene Wenger challenges Alex Iwobi to reach double figures for the season after the Nigerian got off the mark vs. Brighton. While the future of Alexis Sanchez was a high profile story throughout the summer, and indeed one which continues to make headlines even after the transfer window has close...
- Sun Oct 1 5:36 PM
Arsene Wenger challenges Alex Iwobi to reach double figures for the season after the Nigerian got off the mark vs. Brighton.
- Sun Oct 1 4:06 PM
- Sun Oct 1 1:22 PM
Arsenal doubled their lead against Brighton on Sunday with a classy team move, but nothing beats this wonderful assist from Alexis Sanchez. Nacho Monreal had given the Gunners a lead in the first-half, but they came out in the second half with real purpose as they looked to make the result safe a...
- Sun Oct 1 8:23 AM
ARSENAL take on Brighton this afternoon and Express Sport is on hand to bring you all the build-up, plus the latest news and gossip coming out of the Emirates.
- Sun Oct 1 5:19 AM
PLUS: Gunners ready to offer Wilshere new deal and Iwobi hands boost ahead of Brighton clash
- Fri Sep 29 10:30 PM
EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW BY IAN LADYMAN: Anthony Knockaert sits in a room at Brighton’s training ground and folds his arms across his chest. They remain that way for the next 45 minutes.
|We were favourites and Clive Allen scored very early in the game,
Hughton said. At that stage most thought we would go on and win. Clive, Ossie Ardiles, Glenn Hoddle, Chris Waddle, Richard Gough, Gary Mabbutt, we had a lot of top international players. But we came up against a very...
It was a brilliant day for them, but a real difficult one for us,
said Brighton boss Hughton (right). We were big favourites going into the game.
Credit my goalkeeping coach Ben Roberts,
said Hughton. He's the one who went to see him, who watched hours and hours of video. He thought he was right for us and you have to have faith in your staff.
It was soft for a team who had defended so resolutely,
said Brighton manager Chris Hughton.