Archive | December 2019

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The New Dawn

It’s still a few days till Christmas but with Mikel Arteta already unwrapped as Arsenal’s new boss, it sure feels like it came early with a genuine buzz of excitement amongst most Gooners. However, he’s not taking charge yet. Seasons greetings all. Arsenal are at Goodison Park this afternoon for their Premier League clash against […]

Football Is Coming Home

It’s official, Mikel Arteta is the new Arsenal head coach.  Since the departure of Unai Emery there have been endless discussions , articles, podcasts and twitter threads from people with various levels of insight and knowledge, about who should take over. As ever, just about everyone is positive that their choice is the right choice and […]

Arsenal Outclassed By City – Remember The Titanic

In this edition Shotta and Blackburn George, discuss Arsenal’s 3-0 defeat at home to Manchester City; how the gunners were outclassed particularly in midfield and explain why this is further evidence of a grim future for the club. Is the Titanic afloat or sinking? Should we take to the liferafts or stay on deck? Remember […]

Arteta Returns Today- With City.

Arsenal host the Premier League defending champions Manchester City at the Emirates Stadium this afternoon; with both sides having ropy league campaigns thus far. Good day all. The Gunners finally ended their winless run with a win at West Ham United, which they followed up by coming back from two-goals down for a draw at […]

Another Worrying Performance.

    Good morning campers Arsenal have qualified through the group stages in Europe for the 18th consecutive season, albeit the last two in the 2nd tier competition. Last night we managed it courtesy of the result in the other fixture and our own opponents being rather poor, although they were good enough to build […]

Standard Liège vs Arsenal

On the back of Freddie Ljungberg’s first win as interim boss, Arsenal travel across the English Channel to face Standard Liège at their Stade de Sclessin for our final Europa League Group F clash. Good day all. For the Gunners to advance to this season’s knockout stage the task is very simple, just avoid a […]

Are We Arsenal Supporters Or Glory Hunters?

I’ve been a Gooner for over 50 years, I really began supporting Arsenal off the back of losing two League Cup finals, 1968 & 1969, so you can see as a child I was not in it for the Glory, and to this day nothing has changed.  The Glory is a happy by product of […]