The Long Good Friday Apr03

The Long Good Friday

  With it being Good Friday, and with Liverpool coming to town tomorrow, I can’t help but reminisce about possibly my favorite ever Arsenal match – a game that our entire season depended upon and one of the few occasions when the North Bank was literally rocking! Good Friday,...

This Arsenal Need To...

  There are many trendy Arsenal frustrations at the moment and for most it is our reluctance to strengthen the squad during the current transfer window. The silence from our American owner, perceived as him not giving a shit about the fans and rinsing the club for a return on his...

View From The North ...

The thing about drawing your first two matches is that the next result is often pivotal. Win your next game and it’s three unbeaten and a solid foundation on which to build. Lose that third game and it’s a winless start to the season. Yesterday’s win at Anfield has allowed us to reflect...

View From The North ...

Just over a week ago there was a justifiable mood of despondency after defeats in Milan and Sunderland. The prospect of a pivotal derby followed by a trip to Anfield made even the most optimistic fans nervous. How quickly Football can change. We now sit firmly in the top four having seen off...

View From The North ...

At the moment, anything that can go wrong will go wrong for Arsenal. Suspensions, injuries, bad refereeing decisions… And Uefa seemingly victimising Le Boss. I’m not one for excuses, but this is ridiculous! Two games into the fledgling season and we’ve had them all. In the grown up...