Posts By: Pedro

NORTH LONDON DERBY DAY BLOG

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THE BIG DAY IS HERE. Arsenal go to war with Tottenham at The Emirates. The first MEGA game since fans have been allowed back in the ground. The first game of this season that truly, truly counts. This is a cup final, there is no doubt about it, the boys have to show up. On… Read more »

100% FIT

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That’s the big news. Arsenal are 100% fit for the NLD this weekend. What a game this is. Nuno started strong and has faded. Arteta started so badly it made eyes bleed, but now there’s a glimmer something good might be happening. Both fans are waiting to see if their season can get a massive… Read more »

ESR AND SAKA THE MEN THAT SHOWED THE BOYS

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Well, the first game in a while I haven’t been able to properly review because I didn’t see it. I can’t even get it on ESPN after the game. Really weird to not have any coverage. Still, at least the stadium saw 50,000 home fans for a game against a very small side. That’s fantastic…. Read more »

THE DEBUT WE WON’T SEE + DATA PROPAGANDA

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Well hello. Arsenal are playing in the League Cup. Patino might start. But who can see it? Just the season ticket holders at the ground. Weird move to not show the game this evening. Checkout my Patino song: (to the tune of the Vieira song) PATINOOOOOO OOHHHHH OHHH PATINOOOOOO OHHH OHHHH HE COMES FROM WATFORD… Read more »

BLIND FANS

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If I could, for a moment, take a sample of one, to make a grandiose point about Public Relations. The most-read article of the past year on Le Grove was the Mike McDonald post titled: What is Arteta doing? Does this mean I should retire? Possibly. Mike smashed me. Are my feelings hurt? Absolutely. But… Read more »

PER MERTESACKER DELIVERS THE MESSAGE STRAIGHT

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This is a huge week for the Arsenal project because there are two very different games that are both very, very important. Firstly, the kids have to put on a good show in the League Cup. There’s a huge reason for them to show up and make a show of it. This is the main… Read more »