Swansea preview, Arsenal miss out on Jadson and Twitter

Morning, lovelies. Let’s begin with what’s important – Swansea away – before I digress into rambling and moaning. With Spurs dropping points at home to a resilient Wolves (kudos to Frimpong for blowing kisses to the Spuds’ braindead fanbase), tomorrow’s game gives a welcome opportunity to shorten the gap between…

Can Arsenal catch Spurs?

Morning, folks. At present Spurs sit 9 points ahead of us in the table and are mounting a title challenge. Even typing that sentence has made me nauseous and yearn to vomit that abhorrent notion from the darkest recesses of my disturbed mind. It’s a repulsive notion. Having the mouthy…

Ecstasy, euphoria, delirium, jubilation and unbridled joy: it’s all settling down, plus latest transfer news.

Welcome to my belated, gushy and sycophantic post. I’m sure that the previous few days have passed whilst accompanied with a huge, idiotic grin smeared across you face. I know mine have. It was one of those moments that reminds us why supporting and following a team can be so…

Demba? Ba Humbug and the ever-decreasing magic of the F.A Cup.

Morning all! FA Cup Sunday represents the end of my much-welcomed break from work after the Christmas bedlam. 2 glorious weeks of hedonism and perpetual consumption have left me with a shattered bank balance and a slightly protuberant midriff, and whilst enjoying the live football today, I know all of…

Have Arsenal bid for Matias Suarez (?), Henry’s return is official and other bits of stuff

Hello everyone. How are you today? Is the weather as blustery and unpleasant in your place of residence as it is in mine? Now that I’ve returned and we’re all back on speaking terms, I’ll plough straight ahead into the latest transfer speculation. Yesterday saw the emergence of one of…

Betting on Arsenal in the Transfer Market, on the pitch and anywhere you want.

The English Premier League is the primary football competition in the country. The FA Premier League was founded in February 1992 by the break away from the Football League of the top 20 clubs of the First Division. The underlying idea was to allow these clubs to negotiate their own…