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The difference between Premier League sides is decreasing. Anyone can beat anyone. A win against a smaller team means as much as a win against a big team because that big team may well lose against that smaller team the next time they play. You cannot take any game for granted but at the same time you should be extra proud of any victory. And - in the same vein - a loss is a loss against any team. The Sp*rs game was a game like any other and only more important in terms of pride

The article I read this morning was on Le Grove and on it put forward the view that the Djourou/Vermaelen ‘could be the real deal’, and that Djourou might well be ‘that big fu-k off centre back we’ve been crying out for’. That in particular caught my eye in relation to sentiments expressed not a million miles from here (okay, 0.0 miles from here, on this very blog) that Koscielny’s performances have been worthy of the nickname ‘The Cobra’ and that perhaps it should be him+1 rather than Vermaelen+1 who starts every game!

honest, god-fearing, English Arsenal fans, who want him to succeed more than anything) there is something very understandable about this perception and for proof of this we really only need to look back in time at the memorable moments from his football career since joining us in January 2006

almunia_1I have seen that we had appraoched for Mark Schwarzer which is good in a way because he's better than the ones we have now and it means Wenger also thinks we need a keeper, however I would like someone a little younger and perhaps a little better than him. On the other hand

flamini_1Strikers: the second part of operation "replace Cesc Fabregas" is one of either Sergio Aguero or Alexander Pato either would cost £40m and play in a front 3 with Van Persie and Chamakh (scary frontline)

  • 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