Guys. That was a bitter pill to swallow last night. Going to avoid blogging for a few days. Avoiding Twitter, blogging listening to podcasts, everything. Probably for a week or so. Life’s too short. I don’t need football making me this irritated. Hope you guys are good. Catch you a bit after the season has [...]
What was Thursday's objective has now been shifted to tonight, with it feeling like the season pretty much rests on what this young Arsenal team does tonight at St James' Park. With the Scum bundling their way over the line at home to Burnley with yet another penalty, it moves them two points clear of [...]
It's not even 48 hours since the NLD and, strangely, I think I'm getting over it a lot quicker than I thought I would. Don't get me wrong, it stung, badly. But I suspect the fact we still have it 'in our hands' for now, as well as the fact there is a game so [...]
If you were to not watch the game but ask an Arsenal fan what would constitute an absolutely horrendous night's work in the Toilet Bowl arena, they would probably include any of the following: Early goal conceded Silly unnecessary goal or penalty conceded Red card to an Arsenal player Big defeat that could have an [...]
Here we are folks. This has felt like a ridiculously long week for me, excruciatingly so, but we've arrived at the worst day of the football calendar in my opinion: North London Derby Day - away from home. At home it's a horrible feeling of nerves, but that is tempered somewhat by our record at [...]
As I tap away at my laptop this morning, hurtling at speed on the Met Line to a day in the office, my mind is essentially doing a 'countdown to midnight a la 'The Watchmen' as we rapidly approach the North London Derby. And today my time will be taken up - in between meetings - [...]
I've got to be completely frank with you, I absolutely cannot stand the North London Derby. There are people that say they look forward to it, that it is a great opportunity to do one over the old enemy and when it comes to the post match bliss after a win I can totally understand [...]
Eddie Nketiah’s brace was vital in Arsenal securing three points at home to Leeds.
Arsenal must start quickly with an intensity that Leeds cannot match if we are to win today’s tough game in the Premier League today.
Mikel Arteta signs a new deal and it is a good thing for the stability at Arsenal.