Captain Fabregas looks to guide Gunners to trophy

January 31, 2011 by  - Filed under Arsenal FC, FA Cup

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If there is one man who has symbolised Arsenal over the past five years, it is Cesc Fabregas. The Spaniard has enjoyed his fair share of highs as well as lows and will now look forward to ending the Gunner’s trophy-less run that extends back to 2005’s FA Cup win. Prior to the Carling Cup semi-final first leg against Ipswich the Spaniard warned against complacency and said that Ipswich would be a sterner test that most imagined. How right he was proved, not only in the first leg where a Tamas... 

Arsenal in dire need of defenders

January 28, 2011 by  - Filed under Arsenal FC

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Arsene Wenger is going to have to delve into the transfer market for a new defender if he wants to challenge Manchester United for the Premier League title. The Arsenal manager recently confirmed he would be looking for some cover at centre-half if it seems Thomas Vermaelen would not return from an achilles problem in the near future. The news has been bad for Wenger, as the Belgian defender has been ruled out for a further six weeks as he needs an operation to cure the injury that has seen him unable... 

Merry Christmas and Prosperous New Year

December 24, 2010 by  - Filed under Arsenal FC

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This one is going to be short and sweet. A very Merry Christmas to every Gooner in the blog sphere and beyond. Wishing you and your loved ones peace, health, happiness and prosperity in the coming New Year. Big, Massive, Huge game on Monday evening and we all know this a must win game, but for now let’s enjoy this festive season. Have a great one everybody  Read More →

Champions League, Barcelona here we come again!

December 17, 2010 by  - Filed under Arsenal FC, Champions League

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As most of you already know we have been drawn against Barcelona again in the last 16 of the Champions League, this certainly comes to me as no surprise to be honest with you. Deep down for some strange reason I knew we were going to get our Catalan friends and what better opportunity do we need to make amends on that disappointing defeat last season? This is what football is all about, it will be a great and exciting game and I reckon we have a much better chance of getting required result we all... 

Was it boys against men?

December 16, 2010 by  - Filed under Arsenal FC, Premier League

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On Monday, the Arsenal lost a close one to Manchester United 1-0. For some reason, we can’t seem to stop Park Ji-Sung from scoring on us. His header goal was the only point and this was the third game in a row against us that he scored. However, after the game Arsene Wenger was complaining about the pitch being bad and that being the reason the Arsenal won. He said, “On a very bad pitch, the technical quality of the game suffered and that’s why you have seen unusual technical mistakes.... 

We should be two points behind Chelski!

November 8, 2010 by  - Filed under Arsenal FC, Premier League

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Our loss against The Toon army is rather difficult to take as we should have been sitting two points behind Chelsea and level on points with Man U. Yet again this season we have lost at home in front of our own fans and there was zero effort, zero urgency and zero desire to win the game. Take away nothing from Newcastle they were very well organised at the back and made us look very poor at times especially in the midfield. I couldn’t watch the game from kick off I had to pick up my cousin...