Arsenal live blog
29 Sep 2015

Arsenal v Olympiacos – live blog

Join us this evening for live blogging of the Champions League clash between Arsenal and Olympiacos, kick off at 19.45 Live blog is 100% free to follow on your computer or mobile device and gives you real time text commentary from the match. You can switch between the main theme

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29 Sep 2015

Olympiacos preview: Does Petr Cech have an injury problem?

Morning all, Champions League tonight as we look to bounce back from the disappointing opening day defeat to Dinamo Zagreb against Olympiacos.a The team news is that we’re without Mathieu Flamini and Mikel Arteta, leaving us a little short in central midfield. Aaron Ramsey could move back central but there

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28 Sep 2015

Tactics Column: Partnerships abound as Arsenal destroy Leicester City

While Theo Walcott and Olivier Giroud continue to battle for the centre-forward spot, it was Alexis Sanchez who stole the show. His hat-trick in the 5-2 win over Leicester City was book-ended by goals from Arsenal’s two other striking options – Walcott sliding the ball home to equalise early on

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Arsecast - the Arsenal podcast
28 Sep 2015

Arsecast Extra Episode 86 – 28.09.2015

Here’s this week’s Arsecast Extra with myself and James from @Gunnerblog. On this week’s show we look back on the 5-2 win over Leicester, goals from Alexis, Walcott and Giroud, an exciting game and a good performance overall. We also speculate as to why Kieran Gibbs looked so grumpy on

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28 Sep 2015

Mesut Ozil can give Arsenal the moon

Morning all. I’m guessing everyone’s exhausted after staying up really late to watch the Super Blood Moon. Not me though. As impressive a sight as it surely was, the easiest way to experience all the enjoyment of a big red moon is to get a photo of the moon and

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27 Sep 2015

Leicester 2-5 Arsenal: Gunners come five-alive against the Foxes

Match report – Player ratings – By the numbers – Video The story of Arsenal’s season thus far has been the making of, followed by the missing of, lots of chances. Yesterday we changed that by improving the taking of the chances considerably – and the end result was five

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Arsenal live blog
26 Sep 2015

Leicester v Arsenal – live blog

Join us this afternoon for live blogging of the Premier League clash between Leicester and Arsenal, kick off at 15.00 Live blog is 100% free to follow on your computer or mobile device and gives you real time text commentary from the match. You can switch between the main theme

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26 Sep 2015

Leicester preview :: Gabriel suspended :: Mourinho obsessed

A tough Premier League test today against an exciting looking Leicester side who have yet to lose a game so far this season. After they sacked Nigel Pearson, the appointment of Claudio Ranieri was met with giggles from some quarters – as if he was some kind of joke figure

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Arsenal Gentleman's Weekly Review
25 Sep 2015

Arsenal Gentleman’s Weekly Review

Back in the 40s, we decided here at Gentleman Towers to undertake some minor home improvements. When I say ‘we’ I mean Mrs. Gent decided to undertake some improvements; my only involvement was to sign the cheque. And when I say ‘minor’, I mean we built a new wing. The

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Arsecast - the Arsenal podcast
25 Sep 2015

Rotating the rotated + Arsecast 363

Morning all, welcome to another Friday. I did my back in playing football the other night and I’m walking around like something out of the Walking Shuffling Dead, that show about zombies who have hurt their backs playing football. It’s pretty niche, but I think you’d like it. Anyway, after

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24 Sep 2015

Spurs Away

I began attending live football in 1992, at the outset of football’s gradual chrysalis into gentrification. I only visited Highbury once before it became an all seater stadium and that brief sojourn was spent safely cocooned in the family enclosure. (A 1-1 draw with Leeds United in March 1992 since

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24 Sep 2015

Sp*rs 1-2 Arsenal: Someone call a Flambulance!

Match report – Player ratings – Video One of the worst things about football these days is Know-it-all-ism. That regardless of what occurs, there’s always some bloke who’ll say ‘I knew that would happen’, or ‘I told you that team couldn’t get a result’, or ‘I’ve always said that player

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