Tag Archive: Chelsea

Arsenal 4-1 Wigan: One down, one to go. Champions League here we come (hopefully…).

Morning folks. It’s been a funny old week, hasn’t it. Managers have left on the back of a good run of success, players have revolted, relegated teams go down with an FA Cup victory, and 2013/2014 Premier League betting odds…
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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…
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What we can do if our rivals finish above Arsenal and goodbye, Sir Alex…

Afternoon boys and girls. Tonight represents a D-Day of sorts. Arsenal don’t travel or entertain this evening, but our future certainly hangs in the balance. Chelsea vs Spurs at Stamford Bridge is a crucial fixture for us. Like you guys,…
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Szczsney and AVB exchange heated words ahead of tonight’s London Derby

Arsenal goalkeeper Wojciech Szcz?sny questioned the quality of the Spurs team and their ability to finish in the Top 4 ahead of their vital showdown against Chelsea on Wednesday night. AVB??s Tottenham currently sit 2 points behind Arsenal, however a…
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The race for 4th and Arsene’s pleasure with a challenge.

Greetings blog perusers. Wednesday’s Chelsea-Spurs fixture has taken on a horrible connotation. Ordinarily, I’d view that fixture as something that requires avoiding, but I’m going to be glued to the screen come kick-off time. Worst of all, a Chelsea victory…
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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…
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M’Vila to discuss future today, Sunday’s transfer babble and the untimely death of football.

Commiserations, football fans. Against my better judgement, I sat through the Champions League final in its entirety last night. 120+ minutes elapsed, and in that time Bayern seemed to be as resigned to the inevitable as the rest of us….
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