Rosicky ignites Arsenal’s gunpowder

We find ourselves at the business end of the season. Teams with nothing to play for now start thinking of warm beaches, blue seas and elaborate cocktails delivered by a nubile waitress on a pittance whilst they laze for days upon end during the hellish period of the close season. For us it’s just plain […]

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You can put a player on the pitch, but you can’t make him play.

Before the game on Saturday I felt surprisingly positive – Arséne had put out a strong side filled with players of real ability. Players that would make the first 11 week in week out, with perhaps Coquelin being the only exception. Pre-match I struggled to find anyone who could knock the line-up. Relief was almost […]

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When coming second is OK

Whatever the draw brings, we cannot be frustrated with last nights game. Arsene made the brave and correct decision to take a heavily weakened side to Greece with the job of trying to nick a result, but in truth it was just an excuse to give game time to fringe players. There are positives to […]

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Pulis vs Wenger–another massive game for the Gunners

We take on the Potters tomorrow in what is conceivably a bigger game for us than Chelsea. We wanted a win against Chelsea, but a point is what we got and as Arsene says, 4 points against them is a good result over the season. What faces us up there in Stoke? Apart from a […]

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