Tag Archive: Wigan

An “Awful, Shambolic, Woeful” Victory Is Still A Victory. Enjoy It, Folks.

Morning, folks. After such an enforced hiatus, it’s pleasing to return to your fair screens with something pleasant to discuss. Yesterday’s triumph certainly won’t go down in the annals of history as Arsenal’s crowning accomplishment, but given the manner in…
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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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Wigan (h): Team news, thoughts and predicted starting line-up

Morning fellow Gooners. It is with a little trepidation that I approach today’s fixture. Complacency can often be the worst enemy for the players that represent Arsenal. Too often in the past seemingly winnable games have turned into a litany…
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FA Cup magic. Rooney on the way? No love for Jovetic.

Good morning, wonderful people. Just look at that picture. Look at it. The sight of that potato-headed cretin in an Arsenal shirt isn’t right. Mercifully – for those, like me, against any potential transfer – the featured picture today is…
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“Walcott is not a striker…” – (late) match review, and thanks to the Blogosphere.

Evening fellow Gooners! I’ve braved the terrors of Christmas shopping today, and I feel all the stronger having done so. Navigating swarms of busy shoppers is ordinarily the kind of pursuit to fill me with apoplexy. Today, I put my…
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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…
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Starting XI against Wigan, team news and Szczesny says all the right things.

FA Premiership, April 16th: Arsenal Vs Wigan Morning, darlings. Wigan deserve enormous credit. In their recent games, whilst battling to avoid demotion, they’ve shown real fight and have come away with good results – they beat Liverpool, United and only…
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