Bore draw! Pedro for £7M. Walcott or Oxlade-Chamberlain for Cech….

Morning all. Sunderland needed just one point for Premier League survival and that’s exactly what they played for and got. They were always going to throw any part of their bodies in front of a shot or cross as they were desperate. And so typically, their goalkeeper had a night to remember for all the […]

Cech deal smoke and mirrors? Another ‘accident’ looming?

Morning all. Back in 1993 and on this very day, Arsenal beat Sheffield Wednesday 2-1 to win the FA Cup, thanks to Andy Linighan’s 119th minute header. All the back pages are filled with the ‘Cech in Arsenal talks’ story and as much as I hope this is true and we can get a deal done, […]

Double deal announcement expected soon. Koscielny doubt for tomorrow?

Morning all. Back in 1980 and on this very day, Liam Brady played his last game for Arsenal. £500,000 was enough to convince Arsenal to sell him to Juventus….. Third place is a step forward from where we finished last year, But we want to – and need to – be pushing on now and trying to […]

Will Arsene Wenger really sign Bale? A hard earned point, well, a point!

Morning all. Well that was all a bit weird wasn’t it. A strong Arsenal eleven up against what really was an average depleted Man Utd side. For the first hour, we were awful. We were second to the ball, being outfought and out thought all over the pitch and when we did get hold of the […]

Two reasons for optimism ahead of kick-off.. Bring back the Pizza days….

Morning all. Don’t you miss those days? The days when we we faced Utd and the rivalry was immense. So much so I’d say a fixture against that lot was equally if not more feisty than playing the neighbours. Fergie v Wenger, Paddy v Keane, Keown v van  Nistelrooy and Wrighty against Schmeichel and of […]

Arsene Wenger confirms transfer problems. Midfielder rejects Arsenal….

Morning all. Back in 1998 and on this very day, Arsenal beat Newcastle 2-0 at Wembley in the FA Cup Final to seal the ‘Double’ for the second time. Marc Overmars opened the scoring and Nicolas Anleka finished the Geordies off for the first time in a Cup Final having lost both previous encounters in 1932 and […]