Arsenal Might Be Utter Toilet, But Here Are 5 Reasons To Be Cheerful.

Arsenal 0-3 Manchester City Afternoon, folks… Not having the opportunity to post either last night after the game or this morning has given me a little time to digest what happened in yesterday’s Carabao Cup final. After many arduous moments of sweaty deliberation and deep personal revelation, I’ve established that…

Forest 4-2 Arsenal: Utterly Awful Showing. Arsene Wenger Responsible. Change Needed.

Morning, folks. Okay, before I get into what will be a lot of moaning, it’s only right that I begin by congratulating our opponents. Nottingham Forest deserved to win, deserved to score 4 goals and we can have no illusion that they were by some distance the better team. They…

Arsene Wenger And The Madness Of Repeating The Same Actions…

Morning, folks. The yucky taste in my mouth from the defeat at City still lingers in my mouth. Like aniseed. Like liquorice. Like bad salsa. Like the reveal of Ben Kingsley’s character halfway through Iron Man 3. Like many bad tasting things. It’s actually not purely the defeat. Losses occur,…

Man City 6-3 Arsenal: Ermmm….. Okay then. Bad day at the office.

Afternoon/evening, folks. Hmmmm. Not entirely sure where to start today. I’m disappointed. Doubtless to say, I’m far from the only Arsenal fan feeling that way at present. Yesterday did not go as planned. Before matches, I’ve a habit of playing out scenarios in my head, kind of like a pre-match…

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 every position, and they richly deserved the spoils. Defeat may…

Gervinho, Podolski, Sczcsney, Arsene, the ‘Arsenal-cokey’, and another terrible performance.

¬†Morning folks. There’s been too much said that’s negative in recent weeks. As best I can, I try to look past the bad, and offer a little hope for some good. This morning, finding the optimistic side of my persona, and getting him to come to the forefront is practically…

Poor defending costs points, Jack out for the season and Euro 2012 and a bit of Ramsey bashing…

FA Premiership, April 16th: Arsenal 1-2 Wigan Morning, folks. Yesterday wasn’t a good day. In a season that’s defined ‘topsey-turvey’, a poor result that wasn’t expected turned up on the back of an excellent one. With some signs of consistency and good performances, Arsenal are never far away from showing…