Introduction I don’t know how to break this to you gently – so I’m just going to come out and say it… If you have been clamouring for Arséne Wenger’s departure based on any reason other than you’re throwing an emotional hissy-fit of entitlement and frustration – then you are, at best, seriously misguided, and at worst, […]
May the spirit of Rocky forever burn in Gooner hearts.
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I have to work. And by ‘work’, I mean write beautiful, creative, inspiring music. On a deadline. Try doing that when there is a Mariana Trench of a frown that won’t wipe itself off your forehead. Try doing that when you still find yourself shaking your head when you remember that last night Arsenal played […]
Don’t get me wrong. Anything that Wenger does that isn’t sitting on the sideline, furrowed brow, all forlorn… …or impersonating a sleeping bag struggling to (un)zip itself… …is fine by moi. Getting in the face of the sh*t-lipped (why else would he be permanently sneering?) Mourinho… or venting his ire on inanimate objects… – these little […]
It’s been a while since I did a Tarot reading… it used to be a regular feature back when I first started blogging on Invinciblog. (My three regular readers will remember it well. Or not.) Anyway – I was sorting out my iPad apps and I came across my trusty Tarot HD app. Since I’m […]
It’s North London Derby time again – which can only mean one thing… Time to kick that lot back to Middlesex, where they belong. #NLD #COYG #FOYS *No chickens were harmed during the making of this artwork
Recently our skipper Laurent Koscielny did this against Southampton It brought something to mind that caused me to browse through my old Invinciblog site because in 2013 on the back of a great season he did this at St James Park. It was on the last game of the season which took us into Europe […]
You’d be hard-pressed to find a more divisive character in modern football than current Arsenal boss, Arséne Wenger. Despite being the club’s most successful manager, there are those that would rather see the back of him than endure another Top 4 finish and another year of Champions League football. Wenger seems to have turned the club motto […]
Gunners Town owner and author Dave Seager (Geordie Armstrong On The Wing) has spent the last 7 months interviewing a slew of celebrity Gooner comics for his new book Supporting Arsenal Is A Funny Old Game. In this interview, Dave’s GT partner Paul (@invinciblog) gets a bit of the backstory… Enjoy! What was the inspiration behind doing […]