Thomas Eisfeld is a German professional footballer who plays for Arsenal F.C as an attacking midfielder. Eisfeld began his career at Borussia Dortmund youth academy. He previously played for SV Quitt Ankum and VfL Osnabrück before joining Borussia Dortmund. After his recovery, he scored six goals in twelve matches for the Dortmund U-19 team during the 2011–12 season. After leaving Dortmund, he was signed by Arsenal on 31 January 2012 for a reported fee of £475,000. He has been cited by many as the next Mario Götze due to his excellent play-making abilities and a good on-field presence of mind. Eisfeld was later selected for Arsenal's 24 man squad to tour of Asia during July 2012. In a match against a Malaysia XI, Eisfeld replaced Theo Walcott and scored Arsenal's first goal of the game which finished in a 2–1 victory, in Arsenal's favour. Eisfeld made his professional debut on 30 October in a League Cup game against Reading, coming on as a substitute. Arsenal won the game 7–5 in extra time, after going 4–0 down at one stage.
5 players who should leave EPL (on loan), including Arsenal and Chelsea stars
As some of the Premier League’s better young players are stifled at larger clubs, they should seek a temporary exit in January Kevin De Bruyne The Chelsea youngster is undoubtedly one of the Premier League’s best young players, but has found a place in the starting XI with competition like Juan Mata, Eden Hazard, Andre […]The post 5 Players Who Should Leave EPL (On Loan) Including Arsenal And Chelsea Stars appeared first on SoccerSouls.
Arsenal’s youth system has produced some great player’s over the years, including the likes of Tony Adams, Liam Brady, Ashley Cole and now both Jake Wilshere and Wojciech Szczesny as of recent. The Gunners are also amazing at bringing in young talent and turning them into world class superstars, take Cesc Fabregas for example. Here […]The post Top Five Arsenal Youth Prospects To Watch Out For appeared first on IntoTheTopCorner.
Mixed performance as Arsenal XI draw 4-4 against Leyton Orient
In what was a thrilling encounter, an Arsenal XI side fought from behind to secure a draw in the last minute against League One outfit Leyton Orient.There are both negatives and positives to be taken from this game. Let's start with the latter. Firstly...