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Good morning you happy lot. Arsenal progressed to the semi final of the FA Cup via Sheffield, where we have the dubious pleasure of being passed to death by Pep’s City. More on that nearer the time, let’s enjoy getting there first. A late late winner is always a thing of joy, somehow […]
Arsenal’s fourth game on the road in as many matches post-lockdown and after bit of a hiccup, they will hope to make it two straight wins when they take on Sheffield United at Bramall Lane this afternoon in a FA Cup last-eight tie. Good day one and all. Following back-to-back defeats at Man City and […]
Eddie Nketiah takes advantage of a Southampton bogey to score. Arsenal faced Southampton under a blazing hot sun but started the match cold. They were initially nervous on the ball and unable to maintain possession. Fortunately, this lasted only about 5 minutes. For virtually the entire match after, the players were comfortable passing the ball […]
Following back-to-back defeats Arsenal will be anxious to get on the board when they visit St Mary’s Stadium for a Premier League clash against Southampton. Whereas the hosts come into this match on the back of a morale-boosting 3-0 win away at Norwich. Good day one and all Mikel Arteta had a relatively good start […]
After post Covid-19 defeats to Manchester City and Brighton, Arteta and the Arsenal team are in big trouble and face a gloomy future. Tune-in to the latest podcast by Shotta and Backburn George aka the Arseblagger.
Arsenal will hope to put the defeat up north at Manchester City behind them with a trip down south to the Amex Stadium for a Premier League clash against Brighton & Hove Albion; a side still without a win this calendar year. Good day one an all. Mikel Arteta’s return to the familiar surroundings of […]
Good morning one and all. Well ok, when I say good morning, I mean what an crap morning this is, I have a stinking hangover from last nights game, and I didn’t even have a drink. Our honeymoon period with Arteta was brought to an abrupt halt by Covid 19 and by the looks of […]
After a three-month hiatus due to the coronavirus pandemic, English top-flight football returns and first up for Arsenal is a trip up north for their Premier League clash against Manchester City at the Etihad Stadium. Good day one and all. While he had to wait a bit longer than expected, this will be a special […]