Tag: theo walcott

7 Reasons to be a Happy Gooner

It’s always a great feeling to finish the day on the right side of a hammering, so to mirror our drubbing of Blackburn here’s seven reasons to be a happy Gooner. 1. This is a little tongue in cheek but looking back at our dreadful start to this season it’s nice to know we’ve hit […]

Norwich 1-2 Arsenal: Our fab front ‘free

I know Robin van Persie scored his 456th goal in 432 games and it’s easy to label us a one-man team, particularly in an attacking sense, but Saturday’s come-from-behind victory showed once again that this clearly isn’t the case. We all know what the giant brain head man Gervinho is capable of and he had […]

AFCB’s 2010/2011 Season Review: The Forwards

This is the first part of AFCB’s 2010/2011 Season Review, focusing specifically on the players primarily used across the front three last season. Each player has been giving a report card-style rating (ranging from A+ to E-) as well as the justification for their rating based on their progress and overall performance over the course […]

Arsenal 1-0 Stoke: When winning is losing

When Jermaine Pennant lined up his last-minute free-kick last night I was extremely worried. The result seemed to hinge on the result of this moment, our good defending and another league sheet counting for nothing if the ex-Arsenal ex-con slipped his shot into the back of the net. At that moment our early domination seemed […]