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Arseblog - Thu Oct 5 4:00 PM
Minsk is a city I cannot imagine I would have ever visited were it not for the fact that Arsenal were drawn to play there in the Europa League. That’s the beauty of European competition, the chance to see a bit of the continent, the opportunity to become a tourist. The Europa League makes the … ...
Arseblog - Thu Oct 5 7:34 AM
Do you know one of those people, perhaps a close friend or a relative or a co-worker, around whom there is always a drama? When one drama finishes, another one begins. It’s like their life cannot exist without some measure of turmoil, even if it’s self-inflicted. There’s always a mountain made ou...
Arseblog - Wed Oct 4 6:23 AM
Further to our story last week about Stan Kroenke looking to purchase the shareholding of Alisher Usmanov, comes a bit more detail from Amy Lawrence in the Guardian. The offer is reportedly worth £28, 000 per share, some £525m in total, and as I explained in this post it would be a bad thing for...
Arseblog - Tue Oct 3 7:34 AM
Supporting a football club is serious business. Whether you’re the fan who goes home and away, travels far and wide and spends a fortune on tickets and travel; or someone who lives one side of the world or the other who gets up early to watch or stays up late to watch, there’s a commitment … Th...
Arseblog - Mon Oct 2 1:25 PM
Welcome to another Arsecast Extra, the Arsenal podcast, with myself and James from @gunnerblog. On this week’s show, after we deal with lawnmower problems, we discuss the 2-0 win over Brighton, goals for Nacho Monreal and Alex Iwobi, a sizzling assist from Alexis, another clean sheet, and a team...
Arseblog - Mon Oct 2 7:30 AM
Match report – Player ratings – By the numbers – Video A 2-0 win over Brighton yesterday made it six wins from our last seven games, the 0-0 at Chelsea the only ‘blip’ on our record since that defeat at Anfield. It was an odd kind of game, and I think the 12 noon kickoff … The post Arsenal 2-0...
Arseblog - Sun Oct 1 8:19 AM
It’s our third game in 6 days today, and it’s a very early kick-0ff for a Sunday. The visitors are newly promoted Brighton and Hove Albion, and if you want to find out a bit more about them, check out the last 20 minutes of this week’s Arsecast. Having rested so many players for the … The post...
Arseblog - Sat Sep 30 9:38 AM
My routine – such at it is – when it comes to this blog is to get up in the morning, sit down at my desk with some coffee, and write about whatever occurs to me. Sometimes it’s obvious, the morning after a match for example. Other times, not so much. It can be quiet, … The post Is Arsenal’s...
Arseblog - Fri Sep 29 2:21 PM
There are very few truly spirit-lifting sights in the world. For me this elite list of spectacles that count as the very best our planet has to offer would be the Highlands of Scotland, Chichén Itza in Mexico, The Colosseum in Rome, the Taj Mahal, Petra in Jordan, and Tony Pulis complaining abou...
Arseblog - Fri Sep 29 8:05 AM
Match report – Player ratings – Video Ok, maybe the Europa League is not where people want to be, but I have to say I’m enjoying it so far. Last night was fun. We won of course, and that always makes things enjoyable, but I think the fact that it’s just something different is part … The post BA...
Arseblog - Fri Sep 29 7:25 AM
On this week’s show we look back at the 4-2 win over BATE Borisov in the Europa League. Two goals for Theo Walcott, a first goal for Rob Holding, and Olivier Giroud becomes a centurion with his 100th Arsenal strike. There were some promising youngsters in the team, we look at their performances,...