Monthly Archive: October 2012

Koscielny, Giroud, Walcott, Chamakh, Arshavin, Martinez, and I’m at a loss for words.

Morning folks. Blimey. Where do I start? If someone had told me yesterday that Arsenal would concede 5, score 7, and Chamakh would score not one, but two really good goals, I’d have quickly labelled that person as bonkers, and…
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Starting XI for the game against Reading.

Morning folks. Call me a pessimist, if you will; I think this particular competition represents our best chance of some silverware. It may be brandished “Mickey Mouse” in many circles, and It may contains consistently weaker teams than you’d expect…
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An interview with Robin van Persie, Wilshere, and getting shot in the face.

Morning folks. As is customary, I’m writing last night for publication today. I ache. My god, do I ache. Paintball is fun, make no mistake; but it is a tiring pursuit, and one that I found, much to my chagrin,…
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Wilshere, Arteta, Cazorla, Giroud, Arshavin, and a much-needed three points.

Morning folks. It’s going to be a quick review today. In a few moments, I’m off to brave the chilly weather and break my paintball virginity. I’m slightly worried. Not becuase I fear getting shot. Nope. I worry simulated violence…
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The Tuesday Club, no transfer solutions, Arsenal apathy, and the wonder of a comfy dressing gown.

Morning folks. You may be wondering why a dressing gown takes it’s place in today’s title. It’s because, for the first time in my 30 years, I’ve bought myself one. It’s deliciously comfortable, warming and adorned with the type of…
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Gervinho, Santos, Gnabry, Arshavin, Wenger, and another cauldron of sh*t.

*Hmmphh* I ordinarily would great you with a chipper, “morning folks”. Not today. I hated the piece I wrote on Sunday after the Norwich defeat. Not because of how it was written, but due to what it contained; anger and…
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