Arsenal vs United

Ramsey back central and Ox on the right to unlock a slow United Defence

Morning, ladies and gentlemen. It’s United we have to deal with today and once again I find myself searching for imperative adjectives which will demonstrate how we need a win. However, this time we need a win mostly for psychological reasons. Sure, City thrashed Newcastle yesterday (with a little help from Sergio Aguero), but dropping […]

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The Red and White Roller Coaster ride of the Arsenal Fan, the Social Media Circus and some Perspective

Well, it’s been quite an eventful few weeks since I last wrote. Three wins, against Stoke, Spurs and Leicester, and three defeats, against Dinamo Zagreb, Mike Dean and most recently Olympiacos. If that doesn’t sum up the roller coaster ride that is being an Arsenal supporter then nothing will. Not much point going over old […]

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‘THEO’logy the new Arsenal Religion to have faith in? Directness, Movement and Positional Interchange

An Article about Theo and so much more…….Rotation, Arteta/Flamini and Meltdown! So, I haven’t written for quite a while, almost a month actually!  Since my last post, Arsenal beat Stoke comfortably, lost to Zagreb, lost to Chelsea, beat Spurs to qualify for the next round in the League Cup, thrashed the ‘till then undefeated Leicester, […]

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Arsenal trio visit amputee football session

Petr Cech, Theo Walcott and Aaron Ramsey paid a recent visit to an amputee football session at the Arsenal Hub – Home of Arsenal in the Community. The Gunners trio watched the Arsenal London Amps train, helped with some drills and talked with the group. One participant explained how he had lost his leg in […]

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