Monthly Archives: March 2009

Quick Thoughts

After a long day and little sleep, this blogger is feeling the effects of international breakIt’s depressing when the only Arsenal news you scour the interweb for is injury related. No videos of great goals. No build-up to the big … Continue reading

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Ivorians play an international despite tragedy

Toure and Eboue feature against Malawi but the story is another football tragedyThe headlines say it all; 22 dead, scores injured in stadium wall collapse ahead of Ivory Coast qualifier against Malawi. And yet the game was played. Perhaps is … Continue reading

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Saturday’s International Round-up

A quick report on Arsenal’s international participantsI am leaving at 5am for a business trip. It is currently midnight. As such, I must be brief. You might suggest that there is no business more important than writing a blog about … Continue reading

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Who Is This Man Masquerading As Arsene Wenger

Wenger shows unusual charity of spirit regarding AdebayorThere’s actually quite a bit to discuss today but let’s start with Arsene’s press conference. If there’s one thing you can count on in this world, it’s that Arsene Wenger will complain vociferously … Continue reading

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Cultural divide, Idiots Run Amok

Blatter inspires thoughts on what football is really all about, while Agents and Brown prove that stupidity is alive and thriving in football This is an Arsenal blog. The point of this blog is for Arsenal supporters to have yet … Continue reading

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Top Arsenal Players Making News

Clichy and Adebayor goings and comings, Almunia will be England ‘KeeperInternational break offers journalists a chance to get creative. With little happening on the pitch, stories start popping up regarding issue off of it. As always, key players leaving a … Continue reading

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Newcastle Redux, Adebayor’s Future, League Form

Short dull blog entry in the midst of a long dull weekAs I wandered aimlessly through my house, bemoaning the lack of Arsenal football, I decided to indulge in a re-broadcast of the Arsenal v. Newcastle match with the help … Continue reading

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