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Written by James 'Raul' Stokes Wednesday, 04 April 2012 15:21

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


Written by James 'Raul' Stokes Thursday, 29 March 2012 08:14

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

Written by Muppet Gooner Friday, 23 March 2012 13:58

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

Written by James 'Raul' Stokes Tuesday, 20 March 2012 23:55

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.

Written by James 'Raul' Stokes Wednesday, 14 March 2012 15:35

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


Written by Omomo14 Wednesday, 14 March 2012 12:54

We went into the Liverpool game on the high, Liverpool on the other hand were coming into the game at the back of the Carling Cup success so the battle line was drawn out at Anfield. This was actually the game I felt we would drop points but the reverse was the case, we fell behind from a Koscielny's own goal, had our backs on the wall but still we dug deep, equalised and at the death pulled out a goal. The fighting spirit is there for all to see, we haven't shown this fantastic

Written by Mean Lean Tuesday, 13 March 2012 15:39

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