Monthly Archive:: April 2008

Sharing The Pain – Reflection From Our Loss At Anfield

Tweet By RenoogamiIts now two days on, but like most gooners everywhere, the pain of the manner of our exit from the Champions League has hardly abated. Yesterday I couldn’t listen to the radio, watch TV and certainly couldn’t read any Arsenal blogs – let alone write one. But perhaps at last I am slowly

Move On, And Move Forward…Manchester United Preview

Tweet By Atishay AgarwalAfter all the pain and heartbreak of Tuesday night, the mind’s gone a bit numb and I hardly even felt anything when the Mancs beat Roma to go through last night. Sometimes, things just don’t go your way, and at other times, they just do. We fall into the former category, and

Arsenal Champions League Heartbreak – Match Analysis

Tweet By Tom Mac After the smoke is clear, the hangover has faded, the tears have dried and the swollen knuckles have healed, all that remains is the overwhelming sense of injustice from a night that promised so much, in a tie that was ultimately decided by inconsistent refereeing. The most exciting team in this

Liverpool vs Arsenal – Player Ratings

Tweet Well, there goes Europe’s biggest prize, and I’m not even going to start to say how frustrated I and every other Arsenal fan probably feels at the moment. Analysis, however, must be carried out. Here are my ratings for each player last night: Almunia – 6 – Wasn’t required to make any spectacular saves

Today Is A New Day – An Unhappy Morning To All – Reaction To Our Loss Against Liverpool

Tweet See todays games live from our LIVE VIDEO STREAMS PAGE. Follow the link and choose which match you would like to view. Open in internet explorer for live stream through the webpage. Download sopcast if you haven’t already.By Richard Popple So another disappointing night for Arsenal. At a time when we needed to be

Liverpool Preview – The Pain Before The Glory

Tweet By Tom Another one of our talented new writers; “Tom” provides an in depth analysis of tonight’s game against Liverpool. In 1995, under the Christmas tree I unwrapped a present from my uncle, an Arsenal video, “a football and music spectacular” entitled ‘The Pain and the Glory’. The title however, was misleading, as the

Flamini, Sagna, Clichy – Arsenal Views From Across The Channel

Tweet By Hugo Leenhardt Our third new writer, Hugo Leenhardt from France provides us with an analysis of France’s best at Arsenal in Clichy, Sagna and Flamini – their development this season and the French’s view on our team. Arsenal is without a doubt the most followed team here in France and most French people