Tag Archives: Andrei Arshavin

Fourth Place Is Not Enough For Arsenal

Posted on by Jack Flahavan
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In the 52nd minute at St. James’ Park, the inevitable happened. Arsenal scored. Not many would have banked on the rejuvenated Laurent Koscielny to break the deadlock in such a fine fashion, putting his team firmly in the driving seat … Continue reading

Arsenal Re-Ignite Their Title Challenge

Posted on by Paul Bestall
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Four weeks ago, Arsenal’s title challenge was over. The home defeat to Chelsea had seen everyone and their dog line up to kick Arsene Wenger’s team. While they were still licking their wounds, Manchester City snatched a win against the … Continue reading

Arshavin Goes Back to the Future to Stick It to Liverpool: Video

Posted on by Christopher Harris

There are plenty of spoof videos on the Internet, but most of them are cheaply done. However, I came across this one today that I think is one of the best ones I’ve ever seen that features Andrei Arshavin going … Continue reading

EPL Talk Meets Patrick Barclay

Posted on by Paul Bestall

Patrick Barclay is one of Britain’s best known and respected football journalists. With a career of over 30 years working for a variety of publications and numerous appearances on television talking about the game, Patrick is always worthy of attention.Currently … Continue reading

Russian Football Now Podcast: Spalletti, Pavlyuchenko, and WCQ Preview

Posted on by Chris Riordan

In partnership with Russian Football Now, EPL Talk presents the second episode of RNF’s podcast. An active week in papers sees former AS Roma manager Luciano Spalletti take an additional step toward the long-rumored more to Zenit. Meanwhile, Roman Pavlyuchenko … Continue reading

Andrei Arshavin: Arsenal’s Added Cutting Edge

Posted on by Rory Tevlin

Football fans are not the most patient of breeds and short memories  are part and parcel of the game. As Arsenal hit top form and sit comfortably within the coveted Champions League places, few Gunners will recall that spell between … Continue reading

Stoke City Benefit From The Chest of Johnson

Posted on by Johnathan Starling

For seventy minutes at the Britannia Stadium, Stoke City and Portsmouth football clubs were getting very close to contending for my ‘worst match ever watched’ title. The last twenty minutes redeemed it. When it’s all said and done we will … Continue reading

Another Manchester City Arrest, And Villa Puts The Arshavin Story To Rest

Posted on by Johnathan Starling

 Micah Richards wins the Christmas stupidity award. It took seven weeks, but we find out tonight that Micah Richards was arrested over a December 24th attack outside a Hale nightclub.  It is alleged that Richards attacked an eighteen year old … Continue reading

Can The Arshavin Talk Finally Stop And Sky Clean up on UK Rights

Posted on by Johnathan Starling

Well we know the Andrei Arshavin deal according to the Premier League is complete, but how much trouble was there in completing this deal? It seems that lawyers had to be called in to make sure everything was in order … Continue reading

Snow Wreaks Havoc on Transfer Deadline, and FA Cup

Posted on by Johnathan Starling

Don’t you just love the weather? Thanks to snow that has been unkind to transport within the UK, the five  pm transfer deadline got extended. Now obviously the catch to that was deals had to already been agreed and loose … Continue reading

Could Andrei Arshavin Be Arsenal’s Defensive Midfielder?

Posted on by tyduffy

Arsenal’s weaknesses have been prevalent in a season more perilous than any under the Wenger regime.  Arsenal have neither an experienced nor a competent holding midfielder.  Their central defense has been inconsistent.  Incompetent moments at the back have cost them … Continue reading

Rafa’s Ranting Is Doing Liverpool No Favors

Posted on by Johnathan Starling

The sooner Rafa Benitez keeps his mouth shut about how teams are playing against Liverpool, even in off handed ways, and focuses on getting your team back on the winning path; the better off you will be. The comments made … Continue reading

Is Robinho Worth the Headache?

Posted on by Johnathan Starling

I wonder if Manchester City are ready to cut their losses with Robinho at this time.  After the impromptu vacation he took last week, all Manchester City seem willing to do is fine him two weeks wages. To that I … Continue reading

No Excuse For Frozen Pitches While Rafa Fails With Words

Posted on by Johnathan Starling

How would you like to have been a Manchester City or Blackburn Rovers fan heading from the north of England to the south, only to do a turnabout and head home after finding out your upcoming fixture was canceled? I … Continue reading

Arshavin Moves Closer to Arsenal and is the Sell Off Beginning at West Ham United

Posted on by Johnathan Starling

So Andrei Arshavin is starting to make loud noises about his future, and it doesn’t look like playing in Russia is a part of it.  He’s telling Zenit St. Petersburg that if he has to, he’ll buy out his contract … Continue reading

Where Have All Of The Transfers Gone?

Posted on by Christopher Harris

During the past two weeks, I can’t count how many times I’ve seen a headline from a major British newspaper tout that a major transfer deal was going to be concluded within the next 48 hours. Unbelieveable. It’s now Thursday … Continue reading

Transfer Market Update: A Look At Tottenham, PSG, Ajax and More

Posted on by Lonnie Smetana

Though Paris St Germain were in a relegation battle last season, they did manage to win the French League Cup, which qualifies them for the UEFA Cup competition. In preparing for their season, PSG has made some bold moves in … Continue reading

England's Summer Transfer Market Begins And Ends At Tottenham

Posted on by Christopher Harris

It looks like the floodgates in the transfer window have opened. So far this summer, it seems that the majority of major transfer deals have started and ended at Tottenham’s White Hart Lane. The spark was Robbie Keane’s move from … Continue reading