Tag Archive | Arsenal

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 […]

Arsenal Sinking Like The Titanic

New Podcast: Arsenal is sinking like the Titanic, critically damaged but the band is still playing. No quick-fix available. Sinking into relegation danger. Freddie Ljunberg unlikely to survive. Key players have been lost because the Kroenkes refuse to spend big on wages. More likely to leave as there is no prospect of winning trophies or […]

Positive, Aggressive Football From Freddie

In his first match as Arsenal’s new head coach, a 2-2 draw with Norwich, there were positive signs from Freddie Ljunberg’s first match as coach of Arsenal but there is still a long way to go. The team showed aggressive, attacking intent but there remains a lack of quality in some positions according to yours […]

No Quick Fix By Freddie As Interim Coach

In this latest edition of the Uncensored podcast, yours truly and Blackburn George conclude that so much damage has been done to Arsenal over the past 18 months, on and off the field, that there is no quick fix by Freddie as interim head coach. We urge cautious enthusiasm. Here are some of the issues […]

Only When Arsenal Fans Boycott The Emirates

Raul Sanllehi will take no action to replace Unai Emery until fans begin to boycott the Emirates Stadium and refuse to purchase Arsenal merchandise. That is the considered view of Blackburn George (@arseblagger) and yours truly in this the November 24th edition of the Uncensored Arsenal Podcast. Almost every big twitter account, blogger and YouTuber […]

Arsenal Prediction – 10th In the League

In this edition of the Uncensored Arsenal podcast, yours truly and the Arseblagger, Blackburn George, predict what was previously unthinkable; that on current form, under manager Unai Emery, Arsenal is likely to come 10th in the Premier League. In analyzing the club’s poor performance versus Leicester as part of a 19 game trend, we see […]

The VAR Revolution; English Football and Arsenal

VAR at the 2018 World Cup is the 21st century Russian Revolution. It is the football equivalent of  “Seven Days That Shook The World” over 100 years ago.  As happened in Europe and the world, for decades thereafter, nothing in football refereeing will remain the same after the VAR revolution at the 2018 World Cup. […]