28 Apr 2016

Bring me the head of Diego Simeone (and the rest of him too please)

Morning all. I watched Champions League last night. Atletico Madrid against Bayern Munich, and I had envy. I’ll be honest and admit I think Diego Simeone is a bit unpleasant in some ways. His upcoming three game ban for arch-gamesmanship when he probably instructed a ballboy to throw a ball

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27 Apr 2016

Power to the people

Morning. The only place to start this morning is a protest planned for this weekend before, during and after the Norwich game. It’s the brainchild of The Gooner, REDaction and the Black Scarf Movement, with approval from the Arsenal Supporters Trust. You can read about it here. They’re asking fans

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Walcott miss Giroud miss
26 Apr 2016

Game of Groans as Ozil’s creativity is wasted

Well, I didn’t bother turning on Monday night football last night because I figured a Sp*rs side that were actually playing well against West Brom side that, on Thursday night against us looked like they couldn’t care less, would only end one way. I was not inclined to watch such

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Arsecast - the Arsenal podcast
25 Apr 2016

Arsecast Extra Episode 116 – 25.04.2016

Welcome to another Arsecast Extra with myself and James from @Gunnerblog. On this week’s show we dissect another disappointing showing, this time the 0-0 draw with Sunderland. Why did Olivier Giroud start? What has Joel Campbell done to be so ignored? What the hell was that from Theo Walcott? We

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25 Apr 2016

Sunderland 0-0 Arsenal: Make it stop

Match report – Player ratings – By the numbers – Video Arsene Wenger speaking before the Sunderland game and the fact we had just played on Thursday: “It’s no problem. In fact, there’s a very interesting study that has come out from Uefa that shows that the points taken by

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Arsenal live blog
24 Apr 2016

Sunderland v Arsenal – live blog

Join us this afternoon for live blog coverage of the Premier League clash between Sunderland and Arsenal, kick off at 14.05. 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

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24 Apr 2016

Sunderland preview + Wenger on Walcott’s future

We have Premier League action today as we travel to the Stadium of Light to face Sunderland. As ever when you face a Sam Allardyce side at home you know you’re going to face a physical test, and that will be especially true today as they look for points to

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23 Apr 2016

Former players urge Wenger to spend well in the summer

Good morning to you, let’s have a quick Saturday round-up. Our game isn’t until tomorrow, so we can wait until then to preview it. With the European Championships taking place this summer, as well as a Copa America, Arsene Wenger wants to ensure his team avoids a Champions League qualifier

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Arsenal Gentleman's Weekly Review
22 Apr 2016

Arsenal Gentleman’s Weekly Review

An Ode to the Manager He needs to go So do not tell me He knows what he’s doing We need to see him for what he really is He’s a chancer He’s a blagger Do not tell me The Franco-Guadaloupian, the Senegalese and the Catalan were all flukes Wiltord

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Arsecast - the Arsenal podcast
22 Apr 2016

Arsenal 2-0 West Brom: This win solves all our problems* + Arsecast 388

Match report – Player ratings – By the numbers – Video Last night’s win makes it our second longest sequence of games without defeat this season. Back in November and December we had a six game run of 5 wins and 1 draw. This time it’s 3 wins and 2

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Arsenal live blog
21 Apr 2016

Arsenal v West Brom – live blog

Join us this evening for live blog coverage of the Premier League clash between Arsenal and West Brom, 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

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Arsenal v West Brom 2016
21 Apr 2016

West Brom still important, just not as much as it should have been

Good morning. We can get away from all this incessant football chat with … well … actual football. It’s unusual to play a Premier League game on a Thursday night. Clearly when Sky were dicking around with the schedule they figured this might be a game of greater importance than

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