Mertesacker, Gervinho, Giroud, Cazorla, Mannone, Ramsey and a cauldron of sh*t.

Afternoon folks. It’s difficult to know where to begin. I’ve spent today having to endure some pretty woeful attempts at humour from workmates – Delia Smith remarks, my splitting sides – and I’m still in something of a state of shock after yesterday’s fiasco. I didn’t see it coming; I…

Theo’s finishing, Giroud’s scoring, Cazorla’s brilliance and Collymore’s bawling.

Morning, crumpets – delicious, buttered crumpets, no less. I thought I’d start my review with a piece of advice. If, like I occasionally am, you’re stuck working when Arsenal are on, and your only means of keeping up with the game is to listen to TalkSport – don’t. Whilst many…

Gervinho, Ramsey, Podolski, Jenkinson, Vermaelen, and a slightly sloppy 3-1 win.

Morning, folks. We hoped for a delicious, invigorating win . We got one. Kind of… The history records will show what appears a simple victory. Those of us that watched the game will know it wasn’t quite as cut-and-shut as the scoreline suggests. The first half was slow, and rife…

Koscielny, Vermaelen, Mertesacker, Diaby, Giroud, Gervinho, and Arsenal taketh away.

Evening, folks. Apologies for the late review. I’ve had a bitch of a headache, and I’ve been feeling especially indolent today. You might say the heartbreak of defeat has brought about such lethargy. I didn’t get to see the game live yesterday as I was working, and I tuned into…

Walcott, Giroud, Arshavin, Miquel, The Ox, Gnarby, and a bit of a tw*ting.

Good morning, beautiful. As expected, we gave a bit of a hammering to a fairly hapless Coventry side last night. After a slow start, the wonderful sight of Olivier Giroud’s first goal for Arsenal – a delicate chipped finish, no less – broke the deadlock, evoked screams of “WOW!!” and…

Mertesacker, Jenkinson, Koscielny, Cazorla, Ramsey, Diaby and a very respectable point.

Morning, folks. I’m writing this just after the game has finished, and scheduling it for today. I’m fairly certain I suffered several heart attacks during the final 10 minutes of that game; one notably brought about by elated yelps, and one through the horror of nearly conceding to a Kompany…

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…