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Wenger guns down Greg Dyke and his silly plans

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Harry Kane, the saviour of English football delivered last night when he became the saviour. What's going on? Wake me? Is this a dream? Amazing. He's doing so well. Fair play to him as well. Can't arg... [Read More]
 

We're building a squad. Stop the talk of selling players

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Content is going to be hard to come by over the next few years, so we're just going to have to wing it... So, top story this morning is that Theo has denied we're in talks about a new contract with hi... [Read More]
 

How's that Arsenal British core looking a few years on?

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Do you ever wake up and all you want to do is unnecessarily swear? I do. Really badly. Not sure I've been in the new environment to fully express myself in that way yet... which makes it all the more ... [Read More]
 

Arsene probably thinks Arsenal can catch Chelsea. Do you?

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Hump day? Get the f*ck out of my face with hump day. You're an embarrassment. Go and sit in the kitchen and think about how you just greeted the office. I tell you what though, international week give... [Read More]
 

Party boy Ozil needs to go... | Our sorry, sorry self interested FA trying to kill the league

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Greg Dyke talking about foreigners Welcome to Tuesday. First up on the agenda, the horrendous news coming in from Berlin that Ozil firstly flew to Germany with a cold. I take great offense to this sor... [Read More]
 

Top 4 fight looking like United and Arsenal?

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Well happy good morning to ya'll! Lots of talking points from yesterday. We had the great keeping crash of 2015. Three of the worlds best keepers dropped major changers in big games. Courtois duffed a... [Read More]
 

Arsenal. WINNING ALL THE GAMES but underlying issues still present

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Good morning kids – James here with a match report for your enjoyment and entertainment. As a diligent and conscientious person, I have of course agonised over this blog and spent hours perfecting it;... [Read More]
 

Arsene Wenger is terrible, terrible loser

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Away goal ruling Yes, he is. He hates losing. When he loses he bitches and moans. He complains about a lot. So? He's a professional sports manager. Shouldn't he be a sore loser? He's no worse than the... [Read More]
 

You don't know football, bro | Wenger demands Spursday Night Football

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Ahhhhhhh GOOD MORNING TO YA ALLLLLLLL! That's how children write blog intros. So what have we over here? I read that the guys over at Arsenal Fan TV nailed 50m views. A quite incredible achievement. T... [Read More]
 

Glorious ArsenalFirst day at a new job today (Big up McDonalds Walthamstow!). So this is going to be quicker than a Phil Bardsley living room knock out blow. Last night. What can you say other than a predictable taste of glorious Failure. 'I'm proud of the lads. Proud of the club' 'So close. It was the third goal. Maybe next year' 'Reckon we're one player short from winning the lot' Look, here are the cold hard facts. In 18 attempts, we've failed to creep past the last sixteen a huge 9 times which is 50% of the time (yeah, maths baby!). We've made one final. Appeared in two semi finals. Qualification 19 times is great but never winning it and rarely qualifying past the dross round tells you all you need to know about Arsene and elite level football. He doesn't cut it. Tactically, we weren't naive, we were arrogant. Jardim said as much post game when he claimed Arsenal lacked respect for an 'easy' Monaco side. We've managed to shift the mindset in big games tactically, but we still believe expression and trust will pull us through games against weaker teams. Last night, Wenger nailed the line up, he nailed his subs, his players had the right mindset and we delivered a very good result. Where was that focus in the first leg? What were the players thinking when Chambo gave us late hope? Where were the captains? Where was the collective experience of a squad with a median age of 26? We need to be smarter. The manager needs to invest the same energy into every game. There needs to be an intensity of thought that runs through every preparation session leading up to a game big or small. The Champions League doesn't allow you to be lax. There's too much money involved. Too many good players. Too many smart up and coming managers. You can't get away with arrogance. If you do, you'll get killed. Arsenal have progressed as a team this season. Players like Giroud, Coq and Monreal have moved up a level. Ozil, Cazorla and Sanchez have given us an exciting world class edge we've lacked. Our major fall down is preparation, an area we've improved on, but an area we've yet to see a full transition in. Now this is the bit that gets you and keeps you hanging on for next seasons episode. Have we seen enough change this year maybe suggest times really are changing? Did arsenal show enough last money to show that with the right focus, we can mix it with the best? Has Arsene's slow but clever squad rebuilding process convinced you things could be on the precipice of greatness? ... and that's it. It's the hope that kills you. The love that keeps you coming back. The excitement dreaming that makes you a supporter of Arsenal. I've bought into the glorious failure. I'm proud of last night. I loved every minute. That's because I'm a football lover at heart. If I put my performance review hat on, I'd say that the only way we'll progress to where we want to be is when we make a painful change to a manager of this time. Glorious failure is a tag that has a danger of sticking if we don't start learning from our consistent failings. The only way we lose it is if we fail harder or the manager undertakes some serious soul searching.First day at a new job today (Big up McDonalds Walthamstow!). So this is going to be quicker than a Phil Bardsley living room knock out blow. Last night. What can you say other than a predictable taste of glorious Failure. 'I'm proud of the lads. Proud of the club' 'So close. It was the third goal. Maybe next year' 'Reckon we're one player short from winning the lot' Look, here are the cold hard facts. In 18 attempts, we've failed to creep past the last sixteen a huge 9 times which is 50% of the time (yeah, maths baby!). We've made one final. Appeared in two semi finals. Qualification 19 times is great but never winning it and rarely qualifying past the dross round tells you all you need to know about Arsene and elite level football. He doesn't cut it. Tactically, we weren't naive, we were arrogant. Jardim said as much post game when he claimed Arsenal lacked respect for an 'easy' Monaco side. We've managed to shift the mindset in big games tactically, but we still believe expression and trust will pull us through games against weaker teams. Last night, Wenger nailed the line up, he nailed his subs, his players had the right mindset and we delivered a very good result. Where was that focus in the first leg? What were the players thinking when Chambo gave us late hope? Where were the captains? Where was the collective experience of a squad with a median age of 26? We need to be smarter. The manager needs to invest the same energy into every game. There needs to be an intensity of thought that runs through every preparation session leading up to a game big or small. The Champions League doesn't allow you to be lax. There's too much money involved. Too many good players. Too many smart up and coming managers. You can't get away with arrogance. If you do, you'll get killed. Arsenal have progressed as a team this season. Players like Giroud, Coq and Monreal have moved up a level. Ozil, Cazorla and Sanchez have given us an exciting world class edge we've lacked. Our major fall down is preparation, an area we've improved on, but an area we've yet to see a full transition in. Now this is the bit that gets you and keeps you hanging on for next seasons episode. Have we seen enough change this year maybe suggest times really are changing? Did arsenal show enough last money to show that with the right focus, we can mix it with the best? Has Arsene's slow but clever squad rebuilding process convinced you things could be on the precipice of greatness? ... and that's it. It's the hope that kills you. The love that keeps you coming back. The excitement dreaming that makes you a supporter of Arsenal. I've bought into the glorious failure. I'm proud of last night. I loved every minute. That's because I'm a football lover at heart. If I put my performance review hat on, I'd say that the only way we'll progress to where we want to be is when we make a painful change to a manager of this time. Glorious failure is a tag that has a danger of sticking if we don't start learning from our consistent failings. The only way we lose it is if we fail harder or the manager undertakes some serious soul searching. failure. Is it acceptable this time?

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First day at a new job today (Big up McDonalds Walthamstow!). So this is going to be quicker than a Phil Bardsley living room knock out blow. It's been penned on a mobile. Last night. What can you say... [Read More]
 
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