Grinding a win was the primary objective for Arsenal

The aim of yesterday was to get a win, by hook or by crook, so with that firmly front and centre within my own thoughts this morning you have to say that the team achieved its primary objective. Secon... [Read More]

Life isn’t linear, but history will look kindly on Giroud, I think

Life is rarely linear. Very rarely do you get a scenario whereby ‘a’ plus ‘b’ does in fact equal ‘c’. There is no pathway in which success is well trodden by everyo... [Read More]

Frustration with the fates, but Arsenal need to overcome the psychological battle, too

This fixture has become the one in which more frustration exists than ever before and it’s been like that over the last ten years or so because it doesn’t matter in what position the two t... [Read More]

Fans for a day, Vieira no love Wenger and trolling gets its comeuppance 

With another day to go before we line up against Chelski, today is all about looking at others and praying for results to go our way. Most of my family on my Dad’s side are West Ham fans, so is ... [Read More]

A decade of different Theo’s

Celebrating Nacho’s contract renewal this week was clearly not enough for the Arsenal fraternity, because we’ve got another ‘congratulations’ that took place yesterday, as Theo... [Read More]

Thierry needs trials before Arsenal come calling a third time

Thierry has been interviewed for The Arsenal magazine this month and yesterday the official site out some snippets of what he said online. He is my favourite player of all time at Arsenal, which ... [Read More]

Technical quality is there to see in this Arsenal team, but belief to win the league?

Well, I learned something about my own ability to predict football results yesterday, which was that I really shouldn’t bother. After yesterday’s blog I had made some assumptions and whils... [Read More]

Renaming Gillespie Road: Arsenal Tube Station

If you’ve ever taken the Piccadilly Line down to Highbury or Ashburton Grove you might have noticed the old tiles on the platform walls proclaiming the station to be Gillespie Road. Indeed, when... [Read More]

Recalling Rémi: Garde joins Arsenal, 1996

Today Arsène Wenger and Rémi Garde will face each other as managerial opponents for the first time when Arsenal meet Rémi’s new club, Aston Villa. This marks a significant point in the story of ... [Read More]

5 Players Arsenal Sold Too Soon

Arsene Wenger is regarded as a very astute judge of a player’s career trajectory. The Arsenal boss is renowned for his ability to tell when a player is past their peak, and thus should be allowe... [Read More]
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