Welcome to the first blog from ‘Le Grove’ named after our new stadium with a French accent, which timely coincides with our leader and illustrious French manager Arsene Wenger today signing a new contract, which finally and hopefully will shut all the prophets of doom up. Yeah right.
So for a club in crisis we have the most wanted manager in football on a new and extended contract, a new stadium that already generates more cash than any other club in the world and a young team that plays football the way it should be played and all on long term contracts, oh and we’re joint top of the premiership and in the group stages of the champions league, so let’s all go and top ourselves!
This site is one that fellow fans can comment on without fear of morons telling them they are a) Spurs fans. b) ask them if they went to the game. or c) castigate them if they happen to disagree with anything Arsene says. It’s your club and your opinion.
So If you’re one of them, don’t bother slagging, we’ll drop your response in the bin.
This will be a site where people can say what they feel, without being ripped by people that always know best and (claim) go to all the games home and away, they’re not welcome either, unless of course they really do go to all the games, home and away.
The first blog will talk about team selection and what we think will be the best starting 11 and the options that lay open for us for our visit to the dark side at Shite Hart lane next week.
Almunia in goal, he’s been patient and rock solid since he replaced Jens. Jens has been a great servant but has of late been a liability at corners and a worry at set pieces, time to go despite your bleating in the press.
Sagna at right back, already looks as if he’s been there for ever, and has the same tenacity as Lee Dixon, Hoyte as back up.
Toure and Gallas as first choice centre backs but bring Djourou back soon, big Phil makes us a little nervous. Clichy on the left with Traore as back up.
The midfield should be Cesc and Gilberto with Denilson and Diaby as back up and Diarra and Flamini as cover for them all.
Eduardo (left) and Robin as wide men with the option of Rosicky and Hleb when needed and Bendtner and Theo up front with Ade as cover, Eboue as further cover at right wing.
All the above could rotate during the game to give more options to the play, surprise the opposition and of course rest the players.
Please note that Song has not been mentioned.
And don’t forget they’ll be loads of injuries, suspensions and the Cup of African nations so we’ll never have the luxury of all the above players, but please note, still no room for Song.
That only leaves Mark Randall and we’ve only seen him once so have no real opinion, but still prefer him to Song.
Just to touch on that sorry FA pair of Pearce and Brooking and the red tops that continue to back their sorry views on foreign players.
Look in your own yard before throwing stones in ours you pair of whingers.
We have 2 players in the under 21’s Hoyte and Walcott, one of which put England through to the European championship this summer with his wonder strikes against Germany.
Those two represent the future of England and yet the England manager looks to Heskey and anyone who can fill in at right back as the future.
And then they bitch that Arsenal don’t bring on English players.
What about Upson (injury prone) Bentley (narcissic at best) and Pennant (drunk) and not to mention 3 kids currently in the under 17’s in Lansbury, (Gavin) Hoyte and Murphy!
Finally who employed Eriksson and kept him through all the scandals and who offered Scolari a job just before the world cup eh? It was the FA Brooking, and the last I heard, you worked for them.