Tag: Nicklas Bendtner

  • Arsenal FC – Theo Walcott Can Cover for Olivier Giroud

    Even with so many injuries, Arsene Wenger had enough quality in his attack and midfield to start Theo Walcott, Mikel Arteta, Jack Wilshere and Santi Cazorla for Arsenal, while Nicklas Bendtner showed once again that he might not be the best in the world, but there’s certainly uses for him when a team is missing their starting striker.

  • Arsenal FC – Olivier Giroud Needed to Stay on The Pitch

    Arsenal FC – Olivier Giroud Needed to Stay on The Pitch

    With Arsenal down by two goals, Arsene Wenger decided he’ll take off his best striker, Olivier Giroud. Why? Hard to explain, although it was quite easy prediction that his team was just going to suffer for that decision.

  • Arsenal FC – Mesut Ozil Coming Back to Life

    Arsenal FC – Mesut Ozil Coming Back to Life

    If there was ever an opportunity to give Olivier Giroud some much needed rest, Arsene Wenger finally found it, while getting something out of Nicklas Bendtner to the surprise of everyone. But focusing on more important players for Arsenal down the road, the fantastic job Aaron Ramsey this season in every match resulted in Mesut Ozil getting on the scoresheet, and looking better than he has in over a month.

  • Arsenal FC – Arsene Wenger Needs to Be Worried

    Arsenal FC – Arsene Wenger Needs to Be Worried

    Even though Arsenal didn’t use the best lineup available to them in the League Cup, they still played with Aaron Ramsey, Jack Wilshere, Santi Cazorla and Laurent Koscielny. Having Olivier Giroud and Mesut Ozil coming off the bench didn’t really help them either, suggesting the next couple of weeks might be a bit too much for this team despite the impressive start.

  • Arsenal FC – There’s Still Hope For Nicklas Bendtner

    Arsenal FC – There’s Still Hope For Nicklas Bendtner

    Out of shape and without a match for a very long time, Nicklas Bendtner shouldn’t have looked so comfortable on the pitch, looking dominant in the air like nothing has changed. In a match that was mostly about giving very young players a chance to shine, there’s still hope for the Danish striker, who is a lot more important to Arsene Wenger than he should be.

  • Euro 2012 – Day 6 Summary (Denmark vs Portugal, Netherlands vs Germany)

    Probably the best night of football so far in Euro 2012, as the group of death finally gave us the level of football and competition many expected from it. Portugal came away with a dramatic win over Denmark through Silvestre Varela, while Germany all but secured their qualification with an impressive 2-1 win over the troubled Netherlands.

  • Champions League Best Photo – That’s Not the Ball

    Nicklas Bendtner and Tomas Hubschman having an intimate moment.

  • 2010 World Cup Diary – Day 9

    No referee mistakes – only goalkeepers. The Netherlands used it for a win (1-0 over Japan) while Australia could only draw with Ghana, taking advantage there. Denmark finished Cameroon’s chances with a 2-1 win. Plus – All the goals, best pics and hottest fans from Today’s action.

  • World Cup 2010 – Group E Preview

    On to Group E, where the Dutch are hoping Arjen Robben’s injury isn’t so bad, keeping their trophy dream alive, while Denmark, Cameroon and even the Japanese are full of self belief they can be the team to join The Netherlands into the last 16.

  • Arsenal Beat Standard Liege 3-2 After a 2-0 Hole

    Arsenal complete a 3-2 come from behind victory against Standard Liege in Belgium.