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Arseblog - Wed Jan 10 7:00 PM
Join us this evening for live blog coverage of the Carabao Cup semi-final first leg against Chelsea, kick-off 20.00. We’ve got up the second live text commentary, updates, goal clips, observations and occasionally witty asides. Live blog chat is back too, but you must register an Arseblog Live ac...
Arseblog - Wed Jan 10 7:16 AM
We go from one cup to another with a Carabao Cup semi-final first leg against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge tonight. Having rotated considerably for the game against Nottingham Forest, the manager is likely to go stronger tonight, although injury problems will dictate his side to a large extent. At...
Arseblog - Tue Jan 9 7:38 AM
Almost exactly one year ago, Francis Coquelin signed a new contract with the club. Along with Olivier Giroud and Laurent Koscielny, he put pen to paper on a long-term deal which saw his wages rise considerably – somewhere in the £100, 000 a week bracket. It was the kind of deal which a manager gi...
Arseblog - Mon Jan 8 6:31 AM
Match report – Live blog – Player ratings – By the numbers – Video If there was anything that summed up Arsenal yesterday, it was the fact we allowed Armand Traore to slalom through our defence like he was some kind of reborn Thierry Henry, only for Mathieu Debuchy to bring him down in the … Th...
Arseblog - Mon Jan 8 5:39 AM
Welcome to another Arsecast Extra, the Arsenal podcast, with myself and James from @gunnerblog. On this week’s show I’m joined by guest host Elliot Smith @YankeeGunner, to discuss the 4-2 defeat to Nottingham Forest and the third round exit from the FA Cup. We chat about team selection, the manag...
Arseblog - Sun Jan 7 9:22 AM
The defence of the FA Cup we’ve won three times in the last four seasons begins today at the City Ground where we face managerless Nottingham Forest. With lots of players out injured and unlikely to be risked for a cup game, it’s probable we’ll see a fairly changed side from Arsene Wenger. From D...
Arseblog - Sat Jan 6 9:49 AM
Hello and good morning. I played 5-a-side for the first time in about two months last night, and this morning it’s fair to say I’m aching a bit. Don’t worry though, it’s just my limbs, torso, back, skin, and organs – everything else seems to be fine. Let’s start this morning with Arsene Wenger’s...
Arseblog - Fri Jan 5 4:53 PM
I hereby propose a change to the Rules of Football. It came to my attention during the match against the destroyers of football, the worst club in the history of the world, the fifteen-year-old pox that is Chelsea Football Club, that those scurrilous blaggards continued to play on despite the ver...
Arseblog - Fri Jan 5 7:54 AM
Arsenal are without Premier League football for a little while, but with two cup games in the next week, Arsene Wenger has some thinking to do about the teams he’ll select. Next Wednesday we face Chelsea in the Carabao Cup semi-finals, and my suspicion is he’ll go with a side not too far from the...
Arseblog - Fri Jan 5 7:04 AM
Welcome to another episode of the Arsecast – the Arsenal podcast. On this week’s show I chat with Dan Levy about the Chelsea game in midweek, our obvious defensive issues and the manager’s inability to solve them, what kind of impact the January transfer window might have, and how the Europa Leag...
Arseblog - Thu Jan 4 6:00 PM
When a team is plagued by inconsistency, as Arsenal is at the moment, it is natural that our minds turn to players that are not involved for answers. We can see them as a panacea. This psychology is present in the popularity of transfer rumours too, in the imagination of the fan base, the new … ...
Arseblog - Thu Jan 4 7:31 AM
Match report – Live blog – Player ratings – By the numbers – Video Another one of those games where it’s hard to know exactly where to start. A draw wasn’t ideal, but in the circumstances it was hard to argue against it being a fair result, and when you score a late, late equaliser … The post A...