FC Basel 1 – 4 Arsenal In 2005/06, the record-breaking run of clean sheets was unexpected. Welcome, but unexpected nonetheless. The same can
In 2010, after decades of searching, a short film turned up in Michigan. Made in 1914, it settled the debate once and for
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Short of Spurs losing and Chelsea drawing, that was as good as it gets football-wise. Sergio Aguero’s red card means he misses our
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West Ham United 1 – 5 Arsenal Well that went a lot better than expected. Five goals away from home? Nobody can argue
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Arsène threw the cat among the pigeons by dropping Carl Jenkinson for this afternoon’s short trip across London to the Olympic Stadium. Wenger
So, having hung around a little longer than normal, wondering whether Arsène had anything more to say on Santi’s situation and the answer
Arsenal 0 – 2 Southampton We’re sill on for the treble, right? Losing last night was no surprise. We knew the wholesale team
Odd Job Man The growth of statistical analysis in modern football has led to a surge in previously unheard of jobs. Sunderland are
Football is a sport short on loyalty but some city’s never forget a defining manager. Take Stoke for example. Most of us would
Arsenal 3 – 1 Bournemouth In the end, the result was right, the scoreline a little flattering. Not a great performance by any
I’m not sure if this is early or very late. Tough call and with me, I’m not sure we ever know but it’s
Arsenal 2 – 2 Paris St Germain So, Arsène, about this ‘big statement’ we had to make last night. Remind me, what was
Bullishness from a football manager is the surest sign that the evening is about to hold horribly wrong. I was, very early on,
If he’d had a mischievous side to him, he’d have changed the ringtone on his phone and every time Arsène was within earshot,
In the aftermath of Olivier Giroud’s late equaliser, Phil Jones told reporters that it felt like losing 6 – 0. It doesn’t Jonesy,
Manchester United 1 – 1 Arsenal At 4.30pm, it looked like we’d got away with it. And to some extent, no matter the
It’s the hope that keeps you going. It’s the hope that eats you from the inside. This year is going to be our
As London’s most successful club, Arsenal have enjoyed an allusive history. Sometimes, however, the results are as surprising as they are unpredictabl...
It’s D-Day, or S-Day, more aptly. Decision day for Arsène as far as Alexis Sanchez is concerned. Wenger told the press yesterday that
Say what you will about falling short of the ultimate goal, Arsenal’s run of 19 consecutive Champions League appearances is an amazing accomplishment.
So that’s it then. International football is safely ensconced in front of the log fire, hibernating for the winter. Arsenal’s players return to
The surgeons are stood down, Alexis left the pitch intact and Juan Antonio Pizzi was true to his word; he placed the emphasis
The words popped into my head in the voice of Peter O’Sullevan; we are, indeed, in the final straight of the international break.
It’s that time of year. The shops have taken down the Halloween costumes masks and are busy pulping pumpkins to make thousands of
England 3 Scotland 0. According to Clive Tyldsley, it’s a result which will reverberate around Europe. And he could be right but I
In one photo, it all became clear. Donald Trump, sitting hands pointed downwards, was caught in a moment of quiet reflection: “Hell, I
It’s been a while, you have to admit. The past few international breaks have been a breeze, players went and they came back
Mike Pence just said, “It’s hard for to express” and surprisingly he didn’t finish it with “how f*****g gullible you lot are”, but
There was no warning; it just arrived, uninvited. The international break is underway and the tumbleweed is already on the outskirts of town,
Arsenal 1 – 1 Tottenham Hotspur 3-4-3, the new tactic to stifle Arsenal. Theo Walcott admitted as much afterwards: “Middlesbrough did that against