Monthly Archive: December 2012

Arsenal’s starting XI for the game against Wigan (match preview and round-up).

Morning campers! Continuity has been notable by its absence with Arsenal throughout the season. No sooner does a brief glimmer of light appear on the horizon, is it quickly extinguished by an ability to do something breathtakingly inept. Good results…
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Theo won’t be sold until the summer, players will be coming in, and Bayern Munich.

Morning folks! Usually, I’d liken any contract saga with an Arsenal player to the third Lord of the Rings film – interminable, and with somewhere in the region of 37 apparent resolutions. The current carry-on with Theo is more like…
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Huntelaar signs contract, 5 “new signings”, and Boxing Day strikes.

Afternoon folks. The fixture scheduled for December the 26th with West Ham has been cancelled. The strike involving train drivers on the Underground will go ahead, and disruption to all the major services means we’ll have to wait until mid-January…
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Cazorla, Wilshere, Podolski, Walcott, and a very welcome break from misery.

Morning folks. Quick posts today, as I’ve a busy, busy day ahead of myself. Victory, sweet victory. Exactly what the doctor ordered. As you’d expect, no Arsenal performance is complete without a couple of glaring defensive blunders, but today those…
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Aaron Ramsey to get a new contract, Gervinho, and more apocalyptic fallout.

Morning folks. If there is one conglomeration of language I’d imagine capable of sending keyboard warriors into complete meltdown, those words would be, “Aaron Ramsey signs new 5-year contract at Arsenal”. In an exclusive posted on Arseblog News, it would…
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Gervinho, Ramsey, Chamakh, Wilshere, Podolski, and an abject failure in every respect.

Morning folks Before the snarly, disgruntled. how-the-fuck-did-that-happen post begins, I feel there is something all Arsenal fans should say; congratulations to Bradford City. They played their hearts out, showed the kind of hunger, spirit, and determination we lacked in almost…
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