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Arsenal vs. Wigan Athletic Match Report, F.A Cup Semi-Final, Wembley Stadium, 12th April 2014

Arsenal booked their place in the F.A Cup Final Saturday evening on penalties after a 1-1 draw with holders Wigan Athletic.

Having knocked out Manchester City in the previous round, Wigan looked set to continue their fairytale when Jordi Gomez gave them the lead from the penalty spot after an hour. 779 more words

Championship

Post Match Thoughts - Pretty Shiny Paper

Arsenal reached the F.A. Cup Final this weekend and still many fans are left with a bad taste in their mouths.  It was something akin to discovering that your Mother has found love with someone else before remembering that a pre-requisite of finding love is that it means she must have had sex.   837 more words

Arsenal

Arsenal v. Wigan - Three reasons to be cheerful

Football teams can be judged in the same manner as women, in some cases the women local to the area.  If Arsenal was a woman, she would be pretty to look at, short, have expensive tastes, be loyal, promise great sex but ultimately deliver nothing.   669 more words

Arsenal

D-Day at Wembley

This weekend marks the most crucial game in Arsene Wenger’s reign for a long, long time.  Saturday’s F.A. Cup Semi Final could take Arsenal one step closer to lifting their first trophy in almost nine years.   565 more words

Arsenal

Sheffield United F.A Cup Semi-Final Tickets go on Sale

Tickets have gone on sale for Sheffield United’s F.A Cup semi-final cup tie against Hull City.

The game will take place at Wembley on April 13th, where the Blades will be expecting a sell-out of their 31,796 allocation.

Sheffield News

Lamar Neagle: Sounders Thierry Henry?

Hear me out…

Thierry is one of the most prolific goal scorers of our generation, and of all time. Now I am not comparing the quality of Thierry… 322 more words

Soccer

Tigers Truimph

Along with Buxton and Manchester United, Hull City also hold a place in my heart. Having spent 3 years studying marketing in the city, I have been to watch a couple of games and take a special interest in their results. 329 more words