chumpions_league
19 Mar 2015

On English teams crapping out of Europe

A woeful Champions League season for English clubs ended last night as Man City were hammered 1-0 by a Messi inspired Barcelona. Only for Bob Dandruff in nets the score could have hit double figures, and hopefully that’s him using up all his saves in one night so they let

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cazorla_monaco
18 Mar 2015

Monaco 0-2 Arsenal: Gunners all right on the night, but 1st leg proves costly

Match report –  By the numbers – Player ratings – Video As I said during the week I’d already made my peace with our European exit after the first leg, but when you’re winning 2-0 with 13 minutes plus injury time to go you can’t not hope and/or believe just

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arseblog_live_new
17 Mar 2015

Monaco v Arsenal – live blog

Join us this evening for live blogging of the Champions League game between Monaco and Arsenal, kick off at 19.45GMT. 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

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monaco_preview
17 Mar 2015

Monaco preview: Players sound rallying cry, but reality bites

Champions League action tonight as we look to pull off what would be a minor miracle in Monaco after losing the first leg 3-1 at home. We all know the stats, how rarely a two-goal deficit is overturned in the knock-out stages, and the fact is we have to go

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tactics_new
16 Mar 2015

Tactics Column: Walcott on the periphery, Ramsey, Giroud on top form

It wasn’t long ago that Theo Walcott was considered Arsenal’s most dangerous weapon, his breathtaking speed offering The Gunners a straight line alternative to their triangle passing. Part of this potency was that there was an almost otherworldly quality about his presence on the football pitch; like an Olympic sprinter

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Arsecast - the Arsenal podcast
16 Mar 2015

Arsecast Extra Episode 59 – 16.03.2015

Here’s this week’s Arsecast Extra with myself and James from @Gunnerblog. On this week’s show we look back at the 3-0 win over West Ham at the weekend, the performances of Giroud and Ramsey, and our thoughts on Theo Walcott after his difficult day – as well as his ‘situation’

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ozil_cl
16 Mar 2015

Believe in the unbelievable belief and that

Morning all, welcome to a brand new week. It’s a strange one here because St Patrick’s Day is tomorrow and that’s the one day of the year when Irish people refuse to take a sup of drink. When you consider the task at hand tomorrow evening that’s unfortunate because it

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giroud_westham
15 Mar 2015

Arsenal 3-0 West Ham: Olivier’s army

Match report – By the numbers – Player ratings – Video So, a fifth consecutive Premier League win puts us within a point of second place after Man City lost to Burnley (hahaha). Just felt like starting with a laugh. In retrospect, it probably should have been a bit easier

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arseblog_live_new
14 Mar 2015

Arsenal v West Ham – live blog

Join us this afternoon for live blogging of the Premier League game between Arsenal and West Ham, kick off at 15.00GMT. 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

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westham_preview
14 Mar 2015

West Ham preview + Walcott’s situation takes a turn

West Ham today in the Premier League and a chance to make it 5 league wins in a row. On form you’d have to think we’re the favourites for this one. The Hammers haven’t won a league game since January 18th when they beat Hull 3-0, but it’s never easy

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Arsenal Gentleman's Weekly Review
13 Mar 2015

Arsenal Gentleman’s Weekly Review

Do you have something of an extra spring in your step this week? A little joie de vivre? Specifically a wiggle in the walk and a giggle in the talk? Are you full of spunk? I certainly am. The downstairs staff are a touch more relaxed since last Monday evening.

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Arsecast - the Arsenal podcast
13 Mar 2015

Ox ham, Bellerin’s new deal + Arsecast 344

Happy Friday to you. Or, as we say in Irish, Rith mé ar nós na gaoithe. Which means ‘I ran like the wind’. This was one of the only phrases I could ever remember in Irish so I’d put it in all the essays I ever wrote. Until one day

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