arsecast_new
23 Nov 2012

Major deal set to be announced + Arsecast 256

Morning all, welcome to Friday, another week has flown by, we’ve got a busy few days of football ahead and two away games to contend with. Starting with Villa tomorrow, then there’s a trip to Merseyside to take on Everton in midweek. Arsene Wenger held his pre-Villa press conference yesterday

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Tim Stillman 2012-13
22 Nov 2012

With a nod to John McClane

Victory over Spurs. Qualification for the knockout round of the Champions League. A pair of two goal leads that have remained chaste. Without wishing to jinx anything, I think this week is proof positive that our problems are solved forever. I kid of course. The last four or five years

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jackwilshere_montpellier
22 Nov 2012

Arsenal 2-0 Montpellier: minimum fuss

Match Report – Player Ratings – By the numbers – Video What we were looking for post-Sp*rs was a solid, professional performance, a building block, and there’s no doubt we got that last night. There was just one change from the team that started last Saturday and that was Alex

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liveblog_201213
21 Nov 2012

Arsenal v Montpellier – live blog

Join us today for live blogging of Arsenal v Montpellier in the Champions League, kick off 7.45pm. Live blog is 100% free to follow on your computer or mobile device and gives you real time text commentary from the match. This season we’ve added a mobile specific theme which should

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giroud_montpellier
21 Nov 2012

Montpellier preview + thoughts on Henry’s possible return

Champions League action tonight as we face Montpellier and with the right result(s) we could secure qualification for the knock-out stages. If Arsenal win and Schalke win we go through, but in order to top the group we’d need a result in Greece against Olympiacos. If the Greeks get a

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walcott
20 Nov 2012

Whistling men in yellow vans

So here we are, between games, and although we don’t have much time to consider things before tomorrow night’s game with Montpellier, we should take stock a bit. The win over Sp*rs was fantastic, it was welcome and enjoyable, but now it’s time we make like Housemartins, and Build. The

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Arsenal tactics
19 Nov 2012

Tactics Column: Theo Walcott is Arsenal’s striker on the wing

Speed has always been the greatest virtue of Theo Walcott’s game but waiting for the rest of his game to catch up, has required a large dose of patience. During one training session for England, before the 2010 World Cup, coach Fabio Capello halted training every time Theo Walcott made

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pires_signing
19 Nov 2012

Competition: win a DVD signed by Robert Pires

Last week, Robert Pires was in the Armoury to sign copies of the new ‘Arsenal Greatest Premier League Games’ DVD. The DVD brings together the very best Arsenal action from the Premier League era, with more than 60 matches from the past 20 years featured across three discs, including the

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wilshere_cazorla
19 Nov 2012

Basking like a basking basker from Baskersville

Morning all. Still basking? If not, why not? It’s a Monday. Sure it’s grey and rainy (at least it is here) but the warm glow that accompanies a victory like that lasts a long time. Well, at least until midweek when we’ve got another game to contend with. In the

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giroud_spurs
18 Nov 2012

Arsenal 5-2 Sp*rs: that was fun

Match Report – By the numbers – Player ratings – Video Somewhere this morning, in a mock Tudor mansion, with monogrammed front door and gilt edged kitchen cabinets, there’s a man from Togo who doesn’t give a shit about what happened yesterday. This is because he is a footballer, and

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liveblog_201213
17 Nov 2012

Arsenal v Sp*rs – live blog

Join us today for live blogging of Arsenal v Sp*rs in the Premier League, kick off 3pm. Live blog is 100% free to follow on your computer or mobile device and gives you real time text commentary from the match. This season we’ve added a mobile specific theme which should

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brady_spurs
17 Nov 2012

Sp*rs preview: what Bobby Pires said

So after an interminable week of internationals and other dullery it all kicks off again with a bang this morning. The North London derby has thrown up some … er … interesting games in the recent past. Trying to predict what might happen today is as difficult as throwing a

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