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Arseblog - Tue Sep 12 7:45 AM
Last week it was reported that Arsenal’s chief transfer negotiator, Dick Law, would be leaving the club at the end of the month when his contract expires. From what I understand, this isn’t a case of him being pushed or let go as part of some kind of power-play, but simply because of his desire ...
Arseblog - Mon Sep 11 12:07 PM
Welcome to another Arsecast Extra, the Arsenal podcast, with myself and James from @Gunnerblog. Arsenal are back and so is James, and in this episode we discuss the 3-0 win over Bournemouth at the weekend. We look at Danny Welbeck’s performance, the Lacazette influence, the reception awarded to A...
Arseblog - Mon Sep 11 8:02 AM
Over the course of the summer people have probably called Alexis Sanchez many things. There are some fans disgruntled at his desire to leave and I bet they called him names, like Alexis Gonechez, or Twatlexis Spamchez, or something equally creative. But I bet none of them ever called him fat. Tha...
Arseblog - Sun Sep 10 9:54 AM
Match report – Player ratings – By the numbers – Video Well, that was much more pleasant. A good Arsenal performance against a surprisingly tepid Bournemouth side is a far nicer way to pass 90 weekend minutes than what we got last time around. Arsene Wenger stuck with three at the back, but playe...
Arseblog - Sat Sep 9 2:05 PM
Join us this afternoon for live blog coverage of the Premier League clash against Bournemouth, kick-off 15.00. Live blog is 100% free to follow on your computer or mobile device and gives you real time text commentary from the match. You can switch between the main theme and the mobile theme at t...
Arseblog - Sat Sep 9 9:14 AM
They’re on the blocks. The caller has announced the runners. The countdown has begun. Gentlemen, start your engines! Which is to say football is back and about to start again after an interminable two week Interlull which has, frankly, driven many of us crazy. Now the sport of kings, or ruffians...
Arseblog - Fri Sep 8 4:43 PM
You must excuse last week’s sad omission; when one reaches my advanced years parts start to drop off, and you then have to capture an increasing amount of peasants for essential bodyparts. This is excessive inconvenient and expensive but it does mean one can continue to drink Gin and Dubonnet for...
Arseblog - Fri Sep 8 7:59 AM
Happy Friday to you all, and football is back tomorrow. Hurrah. I am genuinely excited, as well as being a little bit trepidation, somewhat worried about our handbrake, yet persistently annoyed about why my glasses always need cleaning. What is going on with technology that someone can’t invent s...
Arseblog - Fri Sep 8 7:18 AM
With me on this week’s show, to look back at the transfer window in general, the culture of transfers and misinformation, the potential changes to it and lots more, is Daniel Storey from Football 365. We chat about the potential impact of the window closing before the season starts, how clubs wil...
Arseblog - Thu Sep 7 7:45 AM
Although things could be better at Arsenal right now, I’m looking forward to Saturday’s game against Bournemouth. Not because I’m especially confident, not because I think we’re going to blow them away and get back on track, not because I think the manager is going to show us some clarity of thin...
Arseblog - Wed Sep 6 6:00 PM
If you are over the age of 20, a loan spell usually forms the opening paragraph of your last chapter with Arsenal. Time and again in recent years since ‘Project Youth’ was closed off, players have been released on loan either to park problems (Podolski, Szczesny, Senderos, Perez, errr, Park) or b...
Arseblog - Wed Sep 6 7:49 AM
Morning all. That’s it, the Interlull is done and dusted, and we can get back to what’s important: figuring out how the hell to beat Bournemouth. More on that anon. It looks as if everyone who was away on international duty will be coming back unscathed, there are no reports of any injuries at th...