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Arsene Wenger – He Doesn’t Do Tactics?

This season so far hasn’t been the greatest for many Arsenal fans according to the standards they’ve become accustomed to set by Arsene Wenger himself. To quote him, “”If you eat caviar every day it’s difficult to return to sausages.” However, if you look at the narrative doing the rounds lately, it is almost like people believe the […]

Pills And Soap

This time last week I was writing about the Arsenal first team playing yet again in the knock-out stage of the Uefa Champion’s league, then at the weekend I looked at our vital premiership away game with the league cup winners of Swansea. Exciting, nail biting encounters with much at stake, the very stuff we […]

The Ignorant vs The Arsenal

  Part 3 of a guest post series by Red Henry. Feel free to take a look at Part 1 and Part 2 as well.  Where do the outrageous demands arsenal fans have, come from? What is it in the Wenger set up that makes them remember the past with such fondness? I hear many […]

The @Bradyesque7 Weekly Round Up

Hello and welcome to this week’s round-up and what a week it has been. A fire has been reignited around Ashburton Grove and it’s largely being fuelled by deadwood. First up we’ll look at the furore that arose when our good friends in the media decided to create the team news ahead of the Bayern […]

The Ignorant vs Arsene Wenger

Part 2 of a guest post by Red Henry. Continues from Part 1. Following the logic of the ignorant can be a dangerous thing. It is psychologically proven that when the brain cannot comprehend what’s happening and you don’t understand what’s going on, you panic. Fear creeps in. What is this? How does it work? […]

@BlackburnGeorge’s Post-Swansea Positivity

Wonderful. Simply Marvellous. Till tomorrow. … … … … … Well Ok, But the rest will only be padding. I’m sure you don’t need me to analyse a game that everyone will have seen for themselves, but here are my thoughts. We won. And won well. Three points, the first three of the thirty we […]

Do Not Go Gentle

Abertawe.  I have many memories and associations but very few of them are football related. Dylan Thomas, Cwmdonkin Park, Twin Town, Mumbles Pier, The Gower peninsular, stopping for fish and chips at Monni’s on Brynymor Road on my way to visit the Boat House in Laugharne. All happy reflections on that ‘ugly, lovely town’ but […]