Aditya M S

A huge Arsenal fan but love great football and basically am a huge football fan. The reason is because of their style of football that is so pleasing to see and so easy on the eye. Hate Chelsea, Manchester City because of their route to success.
Aditya M S has written 26 posts for The Cray Column

Arsenal Transfer Prospects: Ajax’s Jan Vertonghen Will Be the Perfect Buy


Strong teams are not built merely on flourishing attacks. They need a strong defense to rely upon and while the Gunners defense is not poor it is neither impeccable and is prone to making costly mistakes. While Arsenal’s defense has impressed, it has also been error prone at times and while the defense will be … Continue reading

Arsenal FC: The Foundation Has Been Laid to Achieve Success Next Season


Arsenal’s recent win against rivals, Manchester United might give us fans something to cheer about, but we are all still bitterly disappointed after the club fell short of winning the league once again. At one point, they had a fabulous chance of winning the league, but a mixture of a lacklustre offense, weak mentality, poor refereeing and … Continue reading

Arsenal FC Transfers: Should Arsene Wenger Sign Ex-Gunner Alexander Hleb?


In the 2007-08 season Arsenal made their best surge towards winning the league in recent times, as they led the table for large parts of the season. However, thanks to a late-season collapse triggered by the horrific injury to Eduardo, Arsenal ended up finishing third, four points behind champions Manchester United. Two extremely influential players … Continue reading

Arsene Wenger: Do Not Question His Commitment to Win Trophies with Arsenal


In 1996 an unknown heard of Frenchman took over the reins of one of England’s biggest clubs, Arsenal. His last tenure was with a Japanese club and when he first came many doubted if he would prove to be any good. You would all know that, that Frenchman is Arsene Wenger, arguably one of the greatest non-British … Continue reading

El Clasico: The Criticism of Jose Mourinho and His Tactics Are Uncalled for


El Clasico: Arguably the most intense football match in world football right now contested between two of the world’s best teams if not the two best. Jose Mourinho’s Real Madrid vs. Pep Guardiola’s Barcelona.  Real Madrid’s triumph in the Copa del Rey last week had even the scales and with a spot in the UEFA … Continue reading