Tag Archive: Capital One Cup

Cup progression, and Bendtner: the rebirth of a fallen idol… kinda.

Morning, folks. Last night’s game, as far as spectacle and entertainment goes, was bloody awful. 90 minutes of tedium was bad enough, but when extra time loomed ominously on the horizon, I wasn’t particularly heartbroken when my stream for the…
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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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Arsenal’s staring XI for the game against Bradford City (match preview).

Morning folks. There used to be a time when I wouldn’t fear Arsenal playing anyone. The giants of Europe could be lining up in opposition, and I’d hardly bat an eyelid such was my confidence in the team. How times…
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Koscielny, Giroud, Walcott, Chamakh, Arshavin, Martinez, and I’m at a loss for words.

Morning folks. Blimey. Where do I start? If someone had told me yesterday that Arsenal would concede 5, score 7, and Chamakh would score not one, but two really good goals, I’d have quickly labelled that person as bonkers, and…
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Starting XI for the game against Reading.

Morning folks. Call me a pessimist, if you will; I think this particular competition represents our best chance of some silverware. It may be brandished “Mickey Mouse” in many circles, and It may contains consistently weaker teams than you’d expect…
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