Tag Archive: Gervinho

Arsenal to let winger leave, Podcast duties and other bits.

Morning, folks. As I mentioned yesterday, I recently was presented with the opportunity to appear on the Bergkamp Wonderland podcast. Once mocking my mellifluous Bristolian accent was out of the way, the broadcast turned out to be really enjoyable, and…
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Gervinho stays, QPR stopper a possibility, and a potential starting XI for next season.

Morning folks, I’m going to have to make this brief as I’ve one of those days ahead of me. I work most Saturday’s in a kitchen as my profession doesn’t afford me the luxury of weekends off, and today presents…
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Gervinho, Angha, Rosicky, Szczsney, Fabianski, and blahdey blah blah…

Morning folks. Today is one of those painfully slow Thursday’s. There’s no pre-match conference, no real team news ahead of the weekend’s fixture. I could talk to you about last night’s Champions League games, but, to be frank, I don’t…
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Theo, Sagna, Ramsey, Gervinho, January investment, and a woeful performance.

Afternoon folks. Everything was plodding along nicely. Talk of ineptitude and crisis had taken a welcome hiatus, and 4 wins from 4 saw Arsenal rise up the table. The team had taken the shame of a loss to Bradford and…
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Cazorla diving, Arteta scoring, Wilshere bossing, and the welcome relief of three delicious points.

Morning folks. Shall we get the controversy out of the way first? Santi Cazorla dived. There’s no denying it, no trying to justify it, and no point attempting to label it as anything other than appalling becuase he’s an Arsenal…
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Arsenal’s starting XI for the game against Montpellier.

Afternoon folks. With all the hullabaloo and outrage surrounding Chelsea’s, quite frankly, absurd sacking of Roberto Di Matteo today, most of the footballing world is focussed in the direction of that. As the media circus goes into overdrive, us Gooners…
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Gervinho, Santos, Gnabry, Arshavin, Wenger, and another cauldron of sh*t.

*Hmmphh* I ordinarily would great you with a chipper, “morning folks”. Not today. I hated the piece I wrote on Sunday after the Norwich defeat. Not because of how it was written, but due to what it contained; anger and…
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