With genuine news about Arsenal at a premium at the moment I thought I’d take the time to have a little bit of a spiel about the progress of the Arsenal FC Blog so far and point out some of the newest additions to the blog.
When I started the blog just over three months ago the purpose of the site was simple: to be the most interesting, unique and thorough source of fun for everything related to Arsenal. Too many blogs and sites out there provide biased insights into football opinions and I want to provide a forum for anyone to have their say on anything. Blogs like this should challenge your mind and give you the opportunity to share your insights and opinions about the things you love; and in this case I of course mean football.
For those who are new to the Arsenal FC Blog, there is now a little bit more to do than just read my regular posts. If you check out the navigation bar just under the picture of a hopeful-looking Emmanuel Adebayor you’ll see a number of newer additions to the blog. If you want to check out some of my feature articles, read a little bit about the current Arsenal squad or check out the history of the club just click on the relevant links. If you want to advertise on this site or read a litte bit about who I am and why I write this blog you can check out those sections as well. I also encourage you to check out some of the featured sites on my blogroll. OleOle and Goodplaya are particularly recommended and I also encourage you to visit the blog’s new forum partner Club Captain (see picture above).
If you want to subscribe to the RSS feed of the Arsenal FC Blog you can do so by clicking here. If you don’t know what RSS is or would rather subscribing via e-mail you can do so by filling out the form on the right-hand sidebar. As I’ve said before there is absolutely no spam, just daily updates delivered to your inbox.
I just want to finish off by giving a shout out to the likes of Samuel, Darragh, Knightman, GunnerShabz, Harlan, Shravan, Michael, Gooner4Ever, Indigunner, and of course Joshua Asante for helping make the Arsenal FC Blog – in my humble opinion – a great place to talk about anything to do with the Arsenal Football Club. I am hoping that as this blog inevitably grows it will remain the place where you guys and many other Arsenal fans can discuss football in a positive and friendly environment.
All the best,
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