It has been more than two weeks since my last post here so plenty of things have happened. The ones that mattered the most were losses to Bayern (unlucky) in Europe and Stoke (poor performance) domestically while the FA Cup win over Everton somewhat soothed piqued feelings among the Gunner faithful. 534 more words
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As Arsenal approach the final run-in of games, we take a look at the factors that can fire them towards their main objectives.
When I think back to this precise point last season, there was absolute anarchy in the media. 784 more words
How Manchester United need to take note of how Chelsea & City do business to make sure they don't become the next Arsenal
Some corners of the media claimed Jose Mourinho was despicable and vindictive when he declared Wenger was a specialist in failure; I prefer honest. He was responding to claims by Wenger himself that he was only denying Chelsea’s title credentials because he himself was afraid to fail. 976 more words
Wenger is a name I haven’t heard about much since I had one of their models some years ago. I do remember that it was actually a very good watch, though the range at that time seemed limited, in that each”Wenger” looked much the same as any other model. 379 more words
What the hell was that?! Like a self-fulfilling prophecy Arsenal slipped up away from home to Stoke. Before the game Mark Hughes spoke how there’s stronger title contenders than Arsenal, you’d think this would be enough motivation to put on a stellar performance and show the team means business. 347 more words