2010-11 Season Review: Midfield May30

2010-11 Season Revie...

Here’s the fourth in wearethenorthbank’s mult-part review of those that wore the red and white of The Arsenal in 2010-11. Midfielders Alex Song The early season verdict on Alex Song seemed to be that he’s just a defensive midfielder and as such he should just stay at home. Of...

View From The Bank: ...

After a few tough weeks a 3-1 win at the seaside was just what Arsenal required. The performance was not without its nervy moments but most importantly we came through the test and are still in the hunt for the title. The big team news on Sunday lunchtime was the knee injury to Manuel Almunia...

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Frustration, disappointment and a lot of anger was felt as the full-time whistle blew, even a fair few boos; this was a disappointing result, and an even more disappointing performance. Firstly, I can understand the frustration, disappointment and also the anger, but booing the players off...

What Else Should Wenger Have Done? Mar14

What Else Should Wen...

Arsene Wenger can’t win at the moment. Literally. Having seen through the financing of one of the finest stadiums in football with no oligarch or sheikh in site, and continued his fine work with the Arsenal Academy to bring through the likes of Wilshere, Gibbs and Szczesny, no sooner...

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Our challenge in the Champions League is over for another year. On one hand we’ve been beaten by the best side in the world. On the other, an incompetent referee, unable to keep a level head in the Camp Nou cauldron, destroyed the game as a contest. I’m not arguing that the ref cost us...