Posts Categorized: News Review

GLORIOUS, GLORIOUS, EUROPA FÚTBOL

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EUROPA DA DAH DA DAHHHHH! (Or something like that) What a night in Europe’s third-best competition (Champions League > Eurovision > Europa League). So many bad things happened to teams we are in direct rivalry with. Let’s go through them.

WHY UNAI EMERY MIGHT THROW ARSENAL GAME

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They were dark days indeed, my friends. Unai Emery took the Arsenal job, and I was not happy about it from day one. I tried to hide my disdain for the hire (for 3 hours), but I knew that he’d not be the right fit over the long term. In the end, I was right…. Read more »

JESUS AND BOSSARD SAVE THE TIE

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Well that was a very weird evening. Arsenal heads into the second leg of the Bayern game with a 2-2 draw and a sharp reminder that top teams, with top players, do not roll over to the new kids on the block. Things started well, Bukayo Saka created a wild piece of individual brilliance when… Read more »

BOYS MUST BECOME MONSTERS

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The quarterfinals are finally upon us, Arsenal are back in the big time, and we’re playing one of the giants of European football. Bayern Munich, the club Ivan Gazidis held up as the model he wanted to adopt at Arsenal 10 years ago, are coming to town. They elicit Bavarian pride, they are competitive, and… Read more »

SPURS CUP FINAL

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Start of the week. What does this week contain? A quarter-final in the Champions League against the MIGHTY Bayern Munich. This is what football is all about, people. Being in the mixer for a massive competition, with the chance to avenge a very one-sided abusive relationship with a German institution. I’m excited. I spoke with… Read more »

TOTAL DOMINANCE FOOTBALL

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The Brighton away game was undoubtedly one of the toughest of our nine remaining fixtures. De Zerbi is a great manager, Brighton has speed and technical talent in abundance, and their home record amounted to just one loss since August. It didn’t matter, again. Our 2024 has been so impervious to pain that Arsenal fans… Read more »

SAKA WILL FLY

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Happy FRIYAY, everyone! How’s it going? I’ve been tinkering with ChatGPT to iron out those pesky grammar and spelling errors. AI is phenomenal, but let me tell you, its best feature is making things very mediocre. In short, you won’t be replacing me with a pocket tech pet anytime soon. The Arsenal news world is… Read more »