Tag: Marouane Chamakh

AFCB’s 2010/2011 Season Review: The Forwards

This is the first part of AFCB’s 2010/2011 Season Review, focusing specifically on the players primarily used across the front three last season. Each player has been giving a report card-style rating (ranging from A+ to E-) as well as the justification for their rating based on their progress and overall performance over the course […]

Chamakh or Bendtner is manager’s only dilemma

The talking point going into tonight’s game with Stoke are injuries to Robin “157 goals in 5 games” van Persie and Laurent “I win every tackle I attempt” Koscielny. Their exclusion leaves Arsene Wenger with a couple of interesting changes to make. Sebastien Squillaci will undoubtedly continue alongside the returning Johan Djourou, while one of […]

Why I love… Marouane Chamakh

It’s only been a couple of months but already Marouane Chamakh has forced his way into the “Why I love…” series. Find out how I’ve fallen for him so quickly… Marouane Chamakh joined Arsenal on 21 May 2010 after nine seasons at French club Bordeaux. The son of Moroccan parents, Chamakh was born and raised […]