A few words with Pedro at Le Grove: Wenger, defending, controversy and MC Hammer

I did intend interviews with my betters to be a weekly thing. Alas, I’ve discovered that the folks in question have more important things to do than cater to my badgering. Fortunately, I’ve asked some genuinely kind folks and they’ve found the time to contribute. This week, it’s the turn…

A draw will have to do, despicable Pulis and Theo fit for Euros.

FA Premiership, April 28th:  Stoke City 1-1 Arsenal Sunday morning, day of rest greetings, various peoples. I’ve got to be honest and say I’m a little disappointed today. I really wanted to get three delicious points at Stoke. Thankfully, Wigan’s recent impressive resurgence continued and they thumped Newcastle, so a meagre…

“3 cup finals”, Almunia gets lazy, Jack at the Olympics and everything you kneed.

Wednesday morning greetings, brave souls. Chelsea has defied the odds and made it to the Champions League. Even as I’m writing some 12 hours later, I’m still having trouble getting my head round such a gruesome fact. What I’m sure will be heralded in the press as a monumental defensive…

Identified: Arsenal’s top 3 transfer targets for the summer.

Tuesday morning greetings, fellow carbon life-units. A lot of sites will claim to have insider knowledge. We’ve all seen the tall tales floating about the interwebs of irrefutable claims from ‘a friend’ or ‘Nicklas Bendtner’s taxidermist’ pertaining to the latest acquisition heading to Arsenal. I claim to have none of…

A point isn’t bad, Theo’s out for the season and other news.

FA Premiership, April 21st: Arsenal 0-0 Chelsea Sunday morning, day-of-rest greetings to you, splendid perusers. Although we didn’t play at our highest level, and Chelsea showed all the willingness to make a game of it as I’d have expected from League One opposition, a draw isn’t catostrophic. The game itself…