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Written by James 'Raul' Stokes Saturday, 19 May 2012 08:46

Arsenal are headed into the off-season of 2012 facing a very similar situation. The future of our captain and star player remains very much up in the air., and a lengthy, drawn-out conclusion looms ominously on the horizon. Will he stay? I’ve got no idea. Whatever his choice may be, this time around we need to employ swift and decisive action. If he signs on the dotted line, then lets go out there and recruit some new faces. Podolski is an excellent start, and Yann M’Vila would be a brilliant acquisition - assuming the maelstrom of tales


Written by AV Team Thursday, 17 May 2012 11:40

if it’s a youngster breaking into the team then it has to be Oxlade-Chamberlain (which I’ve taken to pronouncing purely in a French accent: ox-lard sham-blon) and if it’s a first teamer developing it has to be Koz-chel-knee. I’m going to go with the former since I actually thought Kosasaurus was a beast last year and I want to award it to a younger player because I miss my childhood and deserve


Written by Mean Lean Sunday, 13 May 2012 18:41

The North London derby is the name of the football local derby between two North London based teams – Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur. Both Arsenal and Tottenham (often referred to by their nickname, Spurs) fans have recognized each other as rivals despite the fact that, until recently, they rarely competed in the same area on the table. Arsenal traditionally has been a top 4 team while Spurs had been competing for mid table. With Spurs' recent success, they have vaulted themselves to the top 6 and, in 2010, they qualified for the UEFA Champions League by placing within the top 4. Since, they have competed with Arsenal for Champions League places.

Written by James 'Raul' Stokes Wednesday, 09 May 2012 18:15

The Norwich game wasn’t pleasant viewing, was it? No.. It was bordering on farcical; almost pantomime-like defending and a bewildering lack of concentration when there was much at stake. Fortunately, the footballing gods saw fit to grant us yet another chance to end the season on a good note. Proceedings should really have been finished and secured a long time ago, but the concept is simple enough

Written by Omomo14 Monday, 07 May 2012 09:52

Truthfully, Song-Ramsey-Rosicky won't be my preferred choice largely because I don't see Song and Ramsey doing the simplest of things. My preferred midfield 3 for WBA would be Coquelin sitting deep, Song doing the box to box duty and Rosicky playing as our attacking midfielder. There we have good protection at the back in Coquelin and Song helping out when on the back foot and Rosicky pressing at the heels of the opposition players + when attacking Rosicky and Song adding fluidity and creativity in the final 3rd


Written by James 'Raul' Stokes Thursday, 03 May 2012 19:23

The final fixtures require a team effort. Everyone has a position and a job, and they’ll be needing to adopt a professional approach. Take things lightly, be blasé and there could be more reason for us to wish humiliating defeat on Chelsea when they play Bayern - if we needed any more. I don’t want to be watching the games and screaming at the television, ‘SONG!! WHERE ARE YOU GOING?? YOU’RE NOT MESSI!

Written by Mean Lean Monday, 30 April 2012 00:00

Lukas was only 21 when he transferred to Bayern. He was very young, and his attitude did not seem right to me. Also, he was often injured and had to face a strong competition with Miroslav Klose. Bayern Munich is a top club in Europe and the world. There is hardly a unique position for a single player. You have to prove yourself in every practice. In my opinion, the change to Munich was too early