Arsenal Can’t Defend, No Progress With Wilshere, Another Bad Penalty Decision And More.

Morning, folks. Last night’s game had everything. It was a classic Premiership end-to-end encounter and was undoubtedly, for the non-invested supporter, a wonderful spectacle of flowing football and incident. For an Arsenal supporter is showcased some of our greatest strengths and our most glaring weaknesses. And it certainly didn’t do…

Brilliant Sanchez, Terrible Arsenal. 2-2 Against Hull City.

Afternoon again, folks. Ordinarily, posting a review once the game has finished is something I make a point of steering well clear of. When emotions run high and frustration has you within its grasp, opinion can veer wildly towards bitterness and fury. The decision to write this post isn’t because…

Wilshere and Alexis Impress, Arsenal Draw, Ozil Gets Abuse.

Morning, folks. That was a very good game of football we witnessed yesterday. It ebbed, it flowed, chances were created, goals were scored. Had I been watching from a neutral’s perspective, I would have enjoyed it immensely. Of course, I’m an Arsenal fan so I enjoyed certain moments of the…

Arsenal Out Of The Title Race; Cruel Misfortune Costs.

Morning, folks. When the match finished last night, I had a bath. Normally I’m strictly a shower kinda guy. That might sound like the most pointless and inane of admittance, but it is relevant in a way. Amongst other things, Arsenal can cause me to get wound up. When those…

Monreal, Ozil, The Flame and Arteta; Bitterness in the Face of a Crippling… Errr…. Draw.

Morning folks. Before I get into my review of the game, I feel it’s best to start by complimenting our opponents. Arsenal were undeniably poor last night, but that shouldn’t be used as a way of describing the result when Southampton acquitted themselves admirably. From the kick-off, they hassled and…

New kit deal with Puma means big money, and 2-2 sees things back in our hands.

Afternoon folks. The big financial news of yesterday popped up in the Daily Mirror; Arsenal have secured the most lucrative sponsorship deal in England with sports giants Puma, and will receive a whopping £30m-per-year. The new deal is alleged to begin in 2014, with Arsenal’s long association with Nike not…

Giroud, Walcott, Mannone, Cazorla, Vermaelen, and a bit of the good with a bit of the bad.

Morning folks. Had one of you politely offered a score draw away in Germany before the game started, I would have taken it. Given the game’s importance and the opposition’s quality, I would have eagerly snatched that point with no regard for the safety of your limbs. What seemed a…