Welcome to another Arsecast Extra with myself and James from @Gunnerblog. This week’s episode was recorded the evening of the 2-1 defeat to Watford in the FA Cup. London had cider, Dublin had wine, and we tried to make some sense of the performance, the result and what it means
Match report – Player ratings – Video It’s hard to know what to say any more. Our hold on the FA Cup was relinquished yesterday. We blew the chance of an historic three in a row – a potential achievement that had become more and more like a life preserver
Join us this afternoon for live blog coverage of the FA Cup quarter-final between Arsenal and Watford, kick off at 13.30 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
Arsene Wenger always says that the next game is the most important one for Arsenal, and in the build-up to this one he said he wasn’t even thinking about the midweek jaunt to Spain. I wonder though, if the elimination of Chelsea yesterday might enter his thinking a bit today.
Morning. I had a lie-in. This is tremendous. It so rarely happens. It’s like being granted three wishes and the first wish is for a lie-in and the second wish is for a lie-in and the third wish is that the first two wishes come true. I don’t mind using
This extraordinary document came into my possession this week, which sheds some light on the mysterious players meeting held before the Spurs game. Minutes & Transcription of Arsenal Football Club First Team meeting Call to Order An extraordinary meeting of the Arsenal Football Club First Team was held on Saturday
Good morning and happy Friday to one and all. It’s an FA Cup quarter-final weekend, with a chance to make the semi-finals for the third successive year. However, the planning for this one has to take into account what’s going to be a fairly testing week in terms of our
If one were to parcel Arsenal’s season into neatly divided chapters, the November losses of Francis Coquelin, Santi Cazorla and Alexis Sanchez in quick succession would be the most prominent bookmark. A “turning point” in digestible punditry parlance. That’s not to say that the preceding chapters showed smooth, linear progress
Morning all, it might seem a bit quiet right now, but our schedule is about to get kinda hectic. We don’t play Watford in the FA Cup quarter-final until Sunday, after which we fly to Spain to face Barcelona. An early Thursday morning return will probably mean that’s a rest
Match report – Player ratings – Video What is this strange feeling? I don’t quite know how to process what it is. It’s like NOT frustration and resignation. It’s sort of like the opposite of when we don’t win, or something. I think I know what it is. I’m remembering.
Join us this evening for live blog coverage of the FA Cup reply between Hull City and Arsenal, kick off at 19.00 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
FA Cup action this evening, a 5th round replay against Hull City, kicking off at the unusual time of 7pm. This is because the clubs had to receive special dispensation from UEFA because there’s Champions League football tonight, and blah blah blah TV contracts exclusivity blah blah blah, but they’ve