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Archive | November 2011

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Credible in Defeat…

We know that many of our first team players are in the proverbial “red” and need a break. We also know that the Carling Cup is low on the list of priorities. Arsene made a point stressing the first aspect following our weekend 1-1 versus Fulham, so changes were certainly expected. Just how many changes […]

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Nasri is the exception, Podolski in talks & Vertonghen replacement lined up for January..

I don’t condone violence in the game we all love, however if we get into the last second of extra time tonight with the score at 1-0 and one of our fringe players can hoof him into row z, I’d be quite happy! As long as he takes the ball first of course! ;) I […]

International defender in? Chamakh on his way out? Striker ruled out for tomorrow….

Before anything else and I know we all talked about it yesterday but, the world of football truly lost a really nice guy in Gary Speed, may he find peace and may his family and friends find strength as they try to come to terms with such a loss. Ok, onto the post….. First up […]

Mental fatigue, tiredness and a hangover to blame……..

It isn’t the first let-down we have had following a big mid-week result, and it certainly won’t be the last. Having won our Champions League group and qualified for the knockout stages a few days ago, this match – at home against one of the lower-half sides – was an opportunity to rotate a few […]

Wenger hints at midfielder return! Best keeper up against best striker today….

We have all been wondering what to make of the absence of Andrey Arshavin, when was the last time he started a match? Over the last few weeks he hasn’t even made it onto the pitch from the bench either but today could see his return which suggests Wenger could rotate a little tonight. Talking […]

Ex Spurs man is definitely on his way to The Emirates……

Ok, it’s Friday and after our fantastic victory on Wednesday night, I thought just a bit of  fun today. Ex Spurs manager, Martin Jol brings his Fulham side to The Emirates tomorrow for another evening kick off. Jol has never managed a league victory against us I think in all  his time of managing our […]

First English Team into the Last Sixteen, could we be alone??

After what feels like an eternity, we were back into Champions League action, with our home tie versus Bundesliga title-holders Borussia Dortmund. We opened this group phase with a credible 1-1 on their ground back in mid-September, and going one better would send us into the knockout stages, with the possibility of winning the group […]

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