Watford v Arsenal - Premier League 2015
17 Oct 2015

Watford preview: Premier League the priority

Football returns with a trip to Watford this evening’s late kick-off. Team news is still a little sketchy because of the Interlull, but it does appear as if Alexis Sanchez has been passed fit to play. “How do you feel Alexis?” “Good. I play.” “But your groin is the size

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Arsecast - the Arsenal podcast
16 Oct 2015

AGM 2015, the £3m question debacle, + Arsecast 365

Morning all, there’s plenty to get through today so we might as well dive right in. As you’ll know the Arsenal AGM took place yesterday, and if you haven’t already read Tim Stillman’s epic report from it, you can get it right here – while Arsene Wenger’s typically excellent speech

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15 Oct 2015

Gabriel’s Dreams Coming True

This week, Arsenal media released a pair of videos profiling the life and career of Brazilian centre half Gabriel. What is so unusual about Gabriel is his complete lack of profile. His career has thus far taken on a very unique and swift trajectory. Consequently, he does not enjoy any

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15 Oct 2015

Injury news : Bayern protest : AGM today

Hello there, a bit to get through this morning so we’ll just crack on. Arsene Wenger has had texts from the players who were away on international duty and according to them they’re all ok. I did enjoy this line from the manager: We are still waiting for Campbell, Alexis

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14 Oct 2015

Goodbye Interlull as Gooners return with goals

Morning all, the Interlull is done. Officially. That’s it now … until next month … but it was quite the night for Arsenal related fun. Firstly, Alexis didn’t get the rest we all wanted him to get against Peru. Of course the Peruvians are managed by a certain P. Addington

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13 Oct 2015

All player t-shirts on sale

Interlulls, eh? Who’d have ’em? Anyway, if you’re looking for something to wear to the next game, whether that’s at the stadium, or your favourite Arsenal bar somewhere in the world, all our Arseblog t-shirts are on sale this week. Click the image below or follow this link to see

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13 Oct 2015

Chambers, the Ox, and sad spamming

Ok, I’m now officially bored of this Interlull. There are games today with some Arsenal involvement, but it feels like it’s been going on for ages. Even the spam I’m getting is boring. I mean, what’s the point of this one? Well, thanks for that John. Firstly, I don’t know

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Arsecast - the Arsenal podcast
12 Oct 2015

Arsecast Extra Episode 88 – 12.10.2015

Here’s this week’s Arsecast Extra with myself and James from @Gunnerblog. On this week’s show we cope with the Interlull by chatting about Arsenal players’ involvement with their national teams; goals for Olivier Giroud, Alexis, Theo Walcott and Santi Cazorla, and an assist for Mesut Ozil; a new contract for

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12 Oct 2015

Timing and circumstance see Walcott and Giroud dynamic change

Morning all, welcome to a brand new week, but still an Interlull week. There’s no automatic qualification for Ireland after they lost 2-1 to Poland last night. That Lewandowski fella thumping home the thumpiest of headers you’ll ever see to score the winner. That means a play-off place and I

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11 Oct 2015

Sunday round-up: Ramsey is happy, Robin is not (haha)

Morning all. Slight *boilk*, short blog. Wales have qualified for the European Championships despite losing 2-0 last night. That now makes Aaron Ramsey better than Ryan Giggs and he spoke to the press in Welsh afterwards to express his joy. He said: LLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL LLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL LLLLLLLLL Sentiments I think we can

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10 Oct 2015

Saturday round-up: Gooner goals, The Jeff, and Klopp

Morning all, a very quick one for you. I’m still trying to get on top of my computer related stuff. I have a tendency to forget things, which is why I use a calendar with notifications. So, even if it’s something obvious like an Arsenal game, I get an email

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Arsenal Gentleman's Weekly Review
09 Oct 2015

Arsenal Gentleman’s Weekly Review

As we plunge headlong into the stinking marshes of the Interlull, we at least are attired in the waterproofs of victory over Newton Heath this Sunday last. Typically overconfident, a hubris embodied by the hilarious predictions of the Manchester United Twitter following. They were, as followers of my twitter account

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