I sat in and listened to the podcast that Matt and Johnny recorded last night as a fan because I had builders over. I was trying to pinpoint what was so depressing about the Crystal Palace draw when listening to them. I think it’s that Arsenal almost never create joy in bad moments. The Arteta… Read more »
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Well, here we are, the chance to go into 9th position in the league with a win against Crystal Palace. This is the sort of high pressure / low expectations game we’ve usually not done well in under Arteta. This was the sort of game we lost last season at this stage. That needs to… Read more »
Sorry for being offline! Did you miss me? Of course you did. I spent the weekend in New York hanging with Matt from the podcast. A good time was had. But now, it’s time for focus. More daily content. More podcasts. So how does that land lay? It was a fairly decent weekend for Arsenal…. Read more »
The Arsenal Presser went live. ‘Isn’t it funny that in football, you can have a bad month and everything is bad, then you have a good month and everything is good’ To the world of journalists, no, this is not funny. It is not an oddity. It is football and it’s a wasted question. What… Read more »
Bit of a drab England game against Hungary. Jack Grealish getting dropped for Bukayo The Great was amusing. Would have been nicer if he’d been able to rescue the game. What I think we’re all loving is the decline of Harry Kane. The highest level in football requires the physical and mental working in tandem…. Read more »
Thank you to all the folk that dropped nice comments and messages after the mental health post yesterday. I implemented the Bad Day rule for my team today, I hope you did too! Onto Arsenal news… We’re being linked with: Chambo.
It’s World Mental Health Day. A moment to talk about one of the most important self-care items going: What goes on in your head. A moment to talk to an audience that is the most likely to be affected by it and not say anything (you, my friend). Men are pretty shit at this. Mostly,… Read more »