Archive | September 2012
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And in my opinion, that is it. Two set pieces, two defensive howlers and two goals….! Koscielny, in for Mertesacker, played a part in both and the way he performed yesterday made me wonder if he had been skipping training!! That was not the kind of kind of performance we are used to seeing from […]
Morning Gooners, Chelsea take a short trip across London to face the meanest defence in the league today, a record equalled only by themselves so far this season. Old Lille club-mates, Gervinho and Hazard will be up against each other rather than in the same team and after the final whistle, who will come out on […]
Morning Gooners, We seem to be posed with questions about some of our players who are not entirely happy with ‘their lot’ and some who may be feeling the strain of being pressured. We are in an enviable position at the moment, the squad are responding to what looks like the Bould experiment and we seem […]
Finally we can beat Barcelona! Chamakh looked sharp, Giroud off the mark and a tricky next round fixture….
Morning Gooners, No doubt you have all seen the goals from last nights 6-1 victory over Coventry, so there is no need for me to describe them. Coventry put up a decent resistance in the first half, keeping the score respectable and credit to them for not parking the bus. They came to The Emirates and […]
Morning Gooners, Coventry City roll into town today, for a 3rd Round tie in the much maligned creation of the late Alan Hardaker O.B.E. Hardaker was the Secretary of The Football League back in the days of Division’s One to Four, and during the 1960’s, was the main architect of The Football League Cup. His remit […]
Morning Gooners, Five games into the Premier League season and we have conceded two goals, this time last year we had conceded fourteen! Yes, fourteen and we went on to conceded another thirty-four before the season ended, something which most Gooners said needed to be rectified this season. Well Sunday we faced the Premier League’s […]
The starting line up was a little bit different then usual due to TV05 having flu, while Ramsey played instead of Giroud. The team was: Mannone, Jenkinson, Koscielny, Mertesacker, Gibbs, Ramsey, Diaby, Arteta (Captain), Cazorla, Gervinho, Podolski. Subs: Martinez, Andre Santos, Giroud, Walcott, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Djourou, Coquelin. We kicked off the game equal on points with […]