Archive for August, 2009

What a load of Borucs, Eduardo charged by UEFA.

Friday, August 28th, 2009

Afternoon Gooners, apologies for the title, but when I’m making fun of the tabloids I enjoy mirroring their headline style for comic effect, or something.

A few things to talk about today, with Arsenal set to face off against Manchester Utd tomorrow, the Champions League group stage draw and all this palaver about Eduardo getting charged for diving by UEFA.


Eduardo goes down


Wenger says trophies are key as process of Arsenalisation begins

Wednesday, August 26th, 2009

As Arsenal enter their third season at the Emirates, the time for settling in is over and the club have now decided to start the Arsenalisation of the stadium.

The aim of the process is to turn the Emirates into an Arsenal stronghold through the installation of a whole range of new effects including a ‘Highbury shrine’ and a signing wall for some of the legends of the club.


Financial foundations to pave way for more Wenger success

Tuesday, August 18th, 2009

If you take a look at English football’s movers and shakers, almost all of them have one thing in common – masses of money to spend. It seems every club from Manchester United to Notts County is either in the hands of a rich foreign owner or in takeover talks with one. These people often bring short term success but very rarely concern themselves with long-term fortunes.


Celtic placed between Arsenal and a European pot of gold

Monday, August 17th, 2009

Arsenal are just a few days away from their biggest game of the season after drawing Celtic for a place in the Champions League group stage.

The Gunners will have been hoping for an easier play-off tie after being seeded for the draw but now face a ‘battle of Britain’ clash, just to make it past the qualifying stage.