Archive | October 2014

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Arsenal Hold The High Ground – Wenger’s Legacy ?

A guest post from  @Georgakos     “It’s business as usual for Cellino at Leeds” wrote David Conn in the Guardian on 8th October. “His ownership of the club continues despite the ‘owners and directors test’, operated by the Premier and Football Leagues, stating that people cannot own or run a football club if they […]

Wenger Out – Again

The debate rages on. Seven games into the league season, having suffered one defeat away to the title favorites. Is it time for Arsene to go? It’s a fair question, asked by people who love the club and just want what is best for them.  Sorry, I meant “best for the club”. The usual suspects, […]

Arsenal Management Miracles Required ?

Its easy. What we need is a manager than can overcome the financial disadvantage we are at compared to City, Chelsea and United buy buying the right players( you know the ones that cost less than theirs ) and getting them playing with a better spirit. Teams like Atlético Madrid, Borussia Dortmund and Montpellier have done it ! […]

Powerful Chelsea v Dainty ‘Ickle Arsenal

A guest post from @anicoll5   Good morning from a sunny and mild Norfolk morning. Very pleasant. A fixture we had all marked in our diary has finally arrived, and for that I am thankful. Reading the media this week, and dipping into the frantic noise that makes up the sporting social media, I was […]

Goodbye Paul Brickhill

So that’s it, we’ve lost him. The best of the best, ZimPaul has passed, aged just 56. I honestly don’t know what to say or how to say it. Paul was so great with words it seems to me that the least he deserve is someone better than me to pay tribute to him. He […]

Why Can’t Arsene Just Spend The Money?

How hard can it be? Come on Arsene, just spend the money! You’d think from the views of some that this should be the easiest thing in football.  But interesting recent remarks from ‘Swing’ in the PA comments section regarding Chelsea’s former defender David Luiz made me think further on the subject. Swing eloquently highlighted […]