Tag: thierry henry

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 […]

The simplest joy

That was amazing. The movement, the control, the finish. The exaggerated sulks, the slow-motion running, the memorable celebration. It was like he never left. If you’re going to use the 34-year-old’s goal as evidence that Chamakh/Arshavin/[insert attacker here] isn’t up to it, that it shows what this squad currently lack, I don’t begrudge you. But […]

The Return of Titi

Thierry Henry is back at Arsenal. The legend — and I don’t use that word lightly, even if I once jokingly referred to Emmanuel Eboue in the same way — has signed a short-term loan deal to help our squad cover their arses while Gervinho and Marouane Chamakh duck off to Africa. It’s unreal, isn’t […]