Arsenal Off To Wembley, Mahrez, Aubameyang And More…

Arsenal 2-1 Chelsea Evening, folks. My precious blogging time seems to be in short supply at the moment. This glorious review of last night’s semi-final victory was originally intended to be served early this morning. Alas, my hectic schedule of work, wedding planning, eating, rabbits and general foolishness prevented such…

Wengergeddon, Another Terrible Defeat, Alexis to United, Aubameyang and More…

Morning, folks. It’s going to be another depressing post today. A dark, misery of a post. Think of it as similar to the Upside Down in Stranger Things. There have been plenty of moments during my tenure as an Arsenal fan in which I’ve felt gutted, frustrated or dejected. Others…

Alexis, Xhaka, Pushy Wenger, Late Goals, Penalties And A Good 3 Points

Morning, folks. The weekend has been been kind to us. As far as the Premiership results go, that is. The weekend itself wasn’t altogether kind to those of us working long hours (cue violins) in a kitchen and having to miss practically all of the football. Mercifully, the internet is…

Ozil, Ospina, Ramsey, Coquelin And A Terrible 3 Points.

Morning, folks. Yesterday when reviewing the game I said I’d be happy with 3 points no matter how we obtained them. Perhaps that was a touch exaggerated. Winning the match against Leicester was, obviously, of paramount importance. Dropping points at home to the side bottom of the table would have…

North London Derby: The Better Team Won.

Morning, folks. Meh. There certainly aren’t many feelings I can describe worse than the one that envelops me at present. Dejection, temper tantrums and a generally unpleasant demeanour are all side effects of having witnessed Arsenal not only lose the North London derby, but do so without really putting up…

Fabianski, Ozil, Sanogo and The Ox Shine as Arsenal Progress.

Morning, folks. When I saw the team sheet for yesterday’s fixture, I wasn’t entirely sure how I felt about it. I knew the rotation was coming, with Bayern coming to town on Wednesday a few changes was inevitable. Call me a soppy old romantic, if you will, but the FA…

Cazorla, Giroud, Monreal, Walcott, Diaby, Arsene and welcome calm waters after a maelstrom of sh*t.

Morning, folks. Ahhhhhhh, and relax. There’s nothing quite like Arsenal’s ability to turn the relatively simplistic into an afternoon of fingernail-gnawing terror. Villa, to their credit, did come and at least attempt to make a game of it, but a narrow 2-1 victory should really have been achieved with little…