It is Talksport’s weekly programming meeting & everyone is at a bit of a loss. Cundy pipes up, “Look guys, it’s the interlull, England don’t play until Thursday and I’m at a loss. What are we gonna discuss? We haven’t caused an outrage for weeks and frankly, it’s killing me.” Andy Gray, who is hanging […]
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I was very saddened on Monday this week driving along listening to the presenters on Talksport debating which team this season played the most exciting and attractive football. The conversation, unsurprisingly had arisen after Sunday’s thriller, and no I do not mean drab affair at the Vitality. Obviously and indisputably Liverpool and Man City play […]
I was born a year before our current manager joined the club, and began supporting Arsenal in the year 2001, after watching the intoxicating FA Cup final between the tough, physical but aesthetically pleasing Arsenal team and those guys from Merseyside led by that terrible analyst, Michael Owen. I was enthralled by the fast pace […]
Unpopular Arsenal opinions These are just random thoughts I have collated over time, and based on contrary views to common Gooner opinion. Nothing presented here will be offensive to any person, though there will be some unexpected praise and constructive criticism towards the people cited here. Views and comments against or for are very welcome: […]
It was the morning of June 15th in Minehead, Somerset. George was standing with his son Dan on the sunlit platform, waiting for the First Great Western to arrive. The train was bound for London. As was always the case in mid-June, George was planning to attend Arsenal’s kit launch. As years went by, the […]
Fox sports Australia, hopefully as a forerunner to #TheInvincibles, have just shown a doco on Robert Pires. They, as we all know, set our Bobby’s ability to turn a game on its head, the effect he had on #TheInvicibles, the fact he was one of the greatest players ever to pull on the Red/Maroon/Yellow/Blue…of The […]
Welcome to WTTGT’s new blog: The Wenger era. Over the course of these posts, we’ll take a look at the best players to have graced the red and white of Arsenal since the Professor arrived at Highbury back in September 1996. By the end of the blog, we’ll have formed the best Wenger XI as […]
After 19 years as a professional football player Sylvain Wiltord has decided to retire.
It would be hard for any team in the future, Arsenal or not, to ever emulate the ‘Invinvicbles.’ Manchester United flirted with the idea last season until Wolves stumped their effort. But, how to the current squad compare to that of 03/04? Tashan Deniran-Alleyne explores…
It wasn’t long ago that Arsenal fans were celebrating a season unbeaten, and recognition unrivaled through Premier League history. So where would the current players fit in if the two teams merged?