I absolutely love this fixture and the Robin van Persie affair will only add further fuel to the fire.
Tag: Manchester United
I’m in a loopy mood after a crazy Sunday of football, so don’t be surprised if that comes across in the rest of the post. Just look at the headline, for goodness sakes. First things first, let’s talk about our game. A 3-1 win against Stoke, our sixth home win in a row and we’re […]
Sunday the 28th of August, 2011. The day when the Arsenal Football Club, our club, were handed their heaviest defeat in Premier League history, conceding eight goals and slumping to 17th on the table. It was painful. It was embarrassing. It was surreal. A six-goal loss to a team we aim to compete with each […]
I like to keep things fairly positive around here but I’m pretty frustrated today. Frustrated because the same team which performed so admirably to knock over the Champions-to-be last weekend were so terrible, so out-of-sorts against Stoke on Sunday that it was embarrassing. I would sound like a broken record if I said that our […]
Tomorrow Arsenal host Manchester United at The Emirates. Two weeks ago this looked a mouth-watering, potentially title-deciding contest. Yet while the latter holds true for the away team, the bad guys, the Red Devils — for our own boys it is a game that cannot really end well. A loss and we virtually hand the […]
Arsene Wenger speaking after yesterday’s game: “He has a dislocated shoulder. His season is over.” Spread the (little bit of) Arsenal love (that’s still around) by leaving a comment.
I get more excited about games against Manchester United than any other team. I hate, hate, hate them with a passion: a feeling stemming from the intense rivalry that existed between the two sides when I started following Arsenal in the 1990s, as well as their consistent tendency to surround the referee like a pack […]
Barcelona might be just around the corner (and if you’re willing to spend a few quid, you can still get tickets to that game via TixDaq) but before then we have a vital game against the conquerors of Manchester United, Wolves. Three points at home against a team sitting on the bottom of the table […]
Good News + Chelsea’s loss means whatever momentum they might have got from Fernando Torres’ signing has been quelled for the moment. Definitely good news for those fearing that the Blues might immediately surge back into the title race. + Upon reflection of our history-making collapse the fact is that we are one point closer […]