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Apologises all.

Arsenalvision updates have been slow this last week. I decided to change from Bulldog to Sky but what I didn't think about was the delay of changing to BT then to Sky and so on and so forth.

So basically I am now internetless, you don't quite realise what you have when you haven't got it.

Only another bloody 10 days or so to go!

Although the Spurs game is old news, it won't be right if I don't mention something about it.

I suppose we would have taken it before the game but I really can't remember a match feel like a loss when we gain a point away from home.

The second half was a case of men against boys. Tottenham could not get near the ball and Cesc's 39 minute introduction showed how valuable this kid is to our first team.

The first half was basically both teams trying to get on top of the game, it was end to end and quick as you would expect from a north London derby. Adebayor scored a perfectly good goal which was ruled out for offside when the reply clearly showed that he was level with the Tottenham defence. On the half hour mark Keane scored after a Berbatov knock down from a set piece. Once again the marking was not good enough and Gael Clichy did not see Robbie Keane running off him to side foot in past Mad Jens.

Eboue hit the post from a difficult angle just before Adebayor blazed over the bar from inside the box, he did have Tottenham defenders around him but surely he should have kept it down.

The second half begun and when came out flying. Its a shame we didn't begin the first half like that.

We controlled the game. Adebayor hit the bar, Rosicky had a stinging shot saved until Kolo Toure bundled the ball past Paul Robinson from a Fabregas free kick for 1-1, Game on.

We continued to keep them camped in their own half.

Another freekick, taken by Fabregas once again resulted in Adebayor planting a fantastic header reminiscent of Drogba past Robinson for 2-1, surely it was all over. Tottenham were being shat on, big style.

The clock counted down and 4 minutes of stoppage time was shown on the electronic board. 'Its alot, but we are battering them so its ok' I though until Jermaine Jenas played a 1-2, received the ball back and let fly from 35 yards out which skidding along the ground into the corner past Jens Lehmann. 2-2.

Jenas should have been closed down alot earlier, that should not have been allowed to happen. But its life I guess. At least they haven't beaten us this season.

Other stuff now:

Alot of rumours have been flying around lately. The whole illedged Kroenke takeover. Wenger's apparent departure after his contract. David Dein leaving the club after losing arm wrestling contests against the other board members. We have a couple of interesting articles about the whole thing so I will leave you to read them.

Current transfer rumours are Gallas and Wenger to Real Madrid. Eto'o to Arsenal or Liverpool. To be honest I think its a whole load of diarrhoea.

  • 15 Sep 2015
    So let me stop reminiscing of days gone by and let me focus on our Welsh wonder. Let me start off by saying that I think it is quite obvious that Aaron Ramsey is better in central midfield. His partnership with Mesut Özil, his running from deep and his underrated ball winning ability makes him a ...Read more