Monthly Archive:: August 2008

Why Silvestre Signing Makes Sense / Xabi Alonso…Yes Please / Squad Options Explored

Tweet This has got to be one of the weirdest signings we have ever made in recent times but in typical Wenger fashion. We have signed Silvestre from Manchester United for a reported £750,000. He is 31 years old and he has signed a two year deal which breaks Wenger’s policy of only giving over

Emirates Has No Atmosphere but is Fantastic Business Model / Suits To Football Matches? / Time For a Change

Tweet By Bilal Zaidi Anyone at the match on Saturday? It was beautiful for me to start off this season with seats in perfect view. I was blessed with 90 minutes of viewing pleasure from the middle tier, third row from the front and central right position of the half way line. Just like my

Arsenal v W.B.A – Player Ratings

Tweet By Atishay Agarwal It was like watching last season all over again. We took the lead against a lesser side, dominated possession and passed the ball around with ease all day, but failed to kill them off. In fact, we wasted so many dangerous positions and some glorious chances, and on occasions our attackers

Expectations Waver but Wenger Stays Loyal – Believe In Our Manager & Board

Tweet By Richard PoppleThere has been plenty of doom-mongering amongst journalists, pundits and opposition fans about Arsenal during previous pre-seasons. Seemingly every summer predictions are made about Arsenal’s lack of depth and the battle we face to beat Tottenham to fourth place and this year has been no different. Football really has become very swallow

Sad To See Primary School Boy Justin Hoyte Leave As Bid Is Accepted

Tweet By Bilal Zaidi Good day all. The news that Justin Hoyte may well be moving to Middlesbrough is a sad sight but one that was inevitable. He is a rare breed of Arsenal player, coming through the ranks of our academy from a young age. Both Justin and younger brother Gavin went to my

Here We Go Again – Injuries A Problem For Arsenal?

Tweet By Renoogami Standing as we are, on the starting line of the new season, as at this same stage last season, I don’t know whether to be optimistic or pessimistic. One thing I do know is that if we want to win silverware this season, there’s something that must happen. It’s very simple, and