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Tag Archives: Arsenal

Open Letter to Arsène Wenger

Posted on by Jesse Chula

Dear Monsieur Wenger, I wanted to take the time to congratulate you on your team’s recent successes in the Premier League and more specifically the UEFA Champions League. You’ve fought back and are in the heat of a title race … Continue reading

The Hypocrisy of the British Press about Shawcross is Mind-Boggling

Posted on by Eric Altshule

In a well-known game in England, one footballer slid into another late.  The challenge was poor, two-footed, and probably deserved a card, but there was no malice associated with it.  Unfortunately, the defender missed the ball and caught the other player’s … Continue reading

Have Arsenal Really 'Turned The Corner'?

Posted on by Michael Scallon

That’s it then. Arsenal have officially turned the corner. In the same way that Eduardo’s injury, Stuart Parnaby’s dive and William Gallas’s teary outburst reflected the collapse of their 2007-08 title challenge, so Ramsey’s injury, Danny Pugh’s waving arms and … Continue reading

Premier League Footballer of the Week, Gameweek 28

Posted on by Jesse Chula

Beer Cup Final & Another Big 4 Beaten by a Door Knocker. Landon, You”ll Never Get One Easier Than That Congratulations to Manchester United for picking up the first piece of silverware on offer this season as they came out … Continue reading

Aaron Ramsey and Arsenal Victimized by “Getting Stuck In”

Posted on by Eric Altshule

Ryan Shawcross had no intention of turning Aaron Ramsey‘s leg into putty when he went into his tackle yesterday.  Martin Taylor had no interest in seeing Eduardo’s leg shattered in two when he went studs up against him two years … Continue reading

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The Day When Arsene Wenger's Boys Became Men

Posted on by Jordan Acker

In the Jewish faith, the act of becoming a man at thirteen is a huge step. Standing before your family, friends, and the community as a whole, you are recognized as a full member of the community. For me as … Continue reading

Aaron Ramsey Horrific Injury Against Stoke City: Video

Posted on by Christopher Harris

**Video removed per the request of Premier League** Anyone watching the Stoke City against Arsenal game on Saturday would have been absolutely sickened to see the horrific injury against Arsenal forward Aaron Ramsey. The horror show tackle could easily end … Continue reading

The Importance Of A Defensive Midfielder

Posted on by Daniel Craggs

When watching Manchester City’s fantastic 4-2 Victory away to league leaders Chelsea, one thing was paramount in that game and it wasn’t Wayne Bridge V John Terry,  Two red cards, Manchester City’s flowing football, Shay Given’s commanding goal keeping or Roberto Mancini’s … Continue reading

New Arsenal Home Shirt for the 2010-2011 Season

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Arsenal will sport a new home shirt for the 2010/2011 season which will be a throwback to the shirt design worn by the 1971 double-winning team, according to the Arsenal Insider blog. According to the blog, the shirt commemorates players … Continue reading

Chelsea Are Fast Becoming An Off Field Joke That Could Ruin England's Summer

Posted on by Paul Bestall

The Marquis De Sade was never short of a quote or two, but one that currently could be applied to certain members of Chelsea’s first team squad at the current time sprang to mind after today’s latest off field crisis … Continue reading

When A Soccer Match Feels Like A Nil Nil

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Watching the Manchester City against Liverpool game on Sunday, it felt like I was watching a tedious chess game. There was little fluidity to the game and mistakes were plentiful. Just as one team made a move, the opposition would … Continue reading

ESPN2 Will Televise Man United v Chelsea in April

Posted on by Christopher Harris

ESPN2 received some good news Friday when the Premier League announced the list of games that have had their kickoff times moved to be shown during key television times. During April, ESPN2 will televise what many believe will be the … Continue reading

The Life Of An Arsenal Supporter Down Under: Video

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Three: An Arsenal Web Documentary (Part One) from Andrew Weber on Vimeo. Earlier this week, we shared with you a video that showed you the experience of going to the Emirates to see a match. But what is the experience … Continue reading

Who is to Blame for Foolish Arsenal Goal?

Posted on by Eric Altshule

Porto’s second goal against Arsenal in today’s Champion’s League game is destined to live forever on any number of football blooper DVDs.   It was a comedy of errors that resulted in a goal that any 7 year old could score. … Continue reading

Why I'll Be Cheering For Man United, Arsenal and Liverpool This Week

Posted on by John Nicholson

Watching European football has always had an exotic element for us in Britain. In the 60s and 70s, abroad was a long way away. The world seemed much bigger and the visit of a team from Italy, Germany or Albania … Continue reading

A Night At The Emirates: A Fan's Perspective (Video)

Posted on by Christopher Harris

If you’re ever wondered what the fan experience is like going to a Premier League soccer match, or what it’s like going to the Emirates Stadium, film director Rohan Blair-Mangat has put together a five-minute video that beautifully captures the … Continue reading

The Top Three Premier League Clubs Return to the UEFA Champions League

Posted on by Jesse Chula

They’re all back, the world’s best club cup competition, Anelka, Van der Sar, photographers and tasty green bottle. It was a mas o menos weekend as Premier League action gave way to FA Cup fifth round ties. There are a … Continue reading