You find me this week in a state of some psychological discombobulation. Regular readers will note that one often finds oneself in a state of advanced refreshment de booze. In recent months, in preparation for the onslaught of yuletide excess, I have pared back a little. With breakfast, only a
Match report – By the numbers – Player ratings – Video Oh Arsenal, if there’s a way to make something difficult, you will find it. If lost in the jungle you would ignore the brand new, well signposted suspension bridge and instead cross the gorge using the old rickety rope
Morning all, I’m still full. Hope you had a nice day yesterday, whatever you did, and now the challenge begins for the team as we go into a punishing schedule of fixtures. Arsene Wenger is aware of how this run of games could help mend things, or make things worse,
Whatever you’re doing today, I hope you do with friends and family, peace and love and possibly some of Kentucky’s finest. The head of Guillaume Warmuz would like you wish you all the best for the day that’s in it. Back tomorrow.
A Christmas letter from Arseblog to the man who brings presents at this time of year. There’s also some links to injury updates on Arteta, Ramsey, Koscielny and more, plus news of Yaya Sanogo’s potential loan move.
Transitions, the moments when defence turns into attack (or vice-versa), have, for a while now, been considered to be a crucial concept in the modern game. Managers no longer just trade in the major chord inspiration, instead they devote much of their planning on exploiting these momentary weaknesses – when
Morning all. Probably a very quick one today because there’s not much going on other than Mathieu Flamini stating the obvious. I’ve got no real issue with that, especially as he’s touching on the issue I feel is the biggest impediment to this club being successful: injuries. After the Liverpool
Here’s this week’s Arsecast Extra with myself and James from @Gunnerblog. On this week’s show we discuss the gut-wrenching 2-2 draw with Liverpool, our zonal marking system, whether or not we’re going to finish in the top four, and the abysmal injury situation. As well as that we answer listener
Match report – By the numbers – Player ratings – Video Aside from all the other words that are flying around my head this morning and which, frankly, are not exactly suitable for opening a blog with, the one that keeps repeating itself in my head is: ridiculous. Arsenal are
Join us this afternoon for live blogging of the Premier League tie between Liverpool and Arsenal, kick off at 16.00GMT. 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 specific
‘Tis the season to be jolly so last night I went out and was quite jolly but this morning the jolly has turned to *boilk* And yet the world keeps turning. We have ourselves a Premier League showdown with the nefarious Mugsmashers today, seeking some measure of revenge for the
Howdy, a very quick Saturday round-up for you as I’m feeling the effects of a vigorous game of 5-a-side last night. I have aches on my aches and as for my niggles, let’s not even go there. Speaking of injuries and all that, there’s nothing new to report on who