Things are starting to look scary on the striker front. No Nik for 3 weeks, no Theo for up to a month (massive loss) … maybe a Park Chu Young resurgence? It’s desperate times for Arsenal. Wenger has been quite open with his choices and misses. As we reported in the summer, he did inquire… Read more »
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There’s nothing more exciting than writing a match report so packed with smugness you can almost taste the stuff (like cinnamon). I probably won’t go into too much granular detail about the game as most of you saw it, I’ll just pick on key points in what was a very special afternoon.
Oh here we are… North London Derby day dressed up as an FA Cup encounter. Excellent. 9000 Spurs fans coming over to hang out in a fancy stadium. Could be carnage. Let’s hope it’s all about the game this evening. I’m excited about what’s on the cards.
Soooooooo much news to hit you with today! So Yaya Sanogo, famous for declaring he was going to become a postman before Wenger gambled on him dropped a Berbatov shaped social media gaff yesterday via Facebook. He has a management company looking after his profile, the same company that look after Dimitar, they added a… Read more »
Let’s just start by saying it was cold. It was wet. It was fiercely windy. Anyone bitching about the atmosphere from the comfort of Twitter should take their laptop outside in the garden when it next monsoons. The noise levels were fine considering the game on offer was bland, everyone was hungover and the conditions… Read more »
Happy 20TH14 people! See what I did there? I cleverly layered the our greatest strikers name and number into the number of the new year.
Arsene Wenger elected to rest one player yesterday. He’s taking this season seriously and he’s clearly very concerned about changing things to violently. Cazorla, the out of form Spaniard, felt his way back into the side at the cost of Rosicky. Theo retained his place in the forward line and the rest of the team… Read more »