My point is; it’s physically impossible for everyone to be like that. Those that can’t attend everything, shouldn’t be chastised by others. The footballing world today is a global community. Arsenal have fans in all the corners of the world, made up by a plethora of varying ethnicities. I follow Arsenal because I love them, and because it’s something very
What marks the site to which I refer as my favourite is that the opinion is honest. It doesn't waver, it doesn’t crumble under mass scrutiny. It remains - even amidst a maelstrom of hatred. When I click on for my daily bit of digest, I know there’s a chance I’ll be howling wildly in bewildered disagreement or nodding my head as an opinion reflects my own. What I know I’ll never be is disinterested
Given that we have lost Arshavin and we were a little exposed at full back, we may be looking in those 2 positions in the summer. Vertonghen has been strongly linked, along with an attacking midfielder/winger type - like Junior Hollett. Obviously, every man and his dog has been linked to us, but my feeling is that if we do get Podolski, we will only need a couple more to really challenge next season
As the hours passed, something beautiful occurred before my eyes. Rivalries were put aside. Where petulant jibes and insults ordinarily reside, a sense of unity and goodwill had replaced them. The global football community came together as one cohesive entity to get behind a player who was fighting for his life. I was genuinely moved by some of the tributes and comments from all across the world.
Cast your mind back a few years to Henry's final season at the club, or Cesc Fabregas'. Both had an unmistakable resignation to their mannerisms; an almost sombre celebration would greet a goal. Whilst I'm not attempting to cast aspersions on the will-to-win or determination of either player, I did always get the sense that both individuals had made
I love Rosicky as a player, a selfless player who improves those around him. A player who will give you the ball at the right time and always show for it if you want to give it back. What I had almost forgot about was his drives forward. Poor Tiote was turned in knots as he attempted to get close to the Czech wizard but a shift of the hips and then a spin in the other
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