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It seems there is only one topic of conversation today. I am denying any responsibility despite having somewhat mischievously mooted the prospect of Luis Suarez as a potential target on the end of season Google hangout with Arseblogger, GS from Gunnerblog, and Andrew Allen. Generally forgotten, it seems, has been the second part of my […]

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In Other Words

In the absence of tangible news I have been out and about asking my musical influences what their take is on the Arsenal rumours of the day. Of course in reality they know no more than the rest of us, but they do have opinions that I respect. Some of them were clearly ahead of […]

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It’s an awkward time. I’m some distance from the place where the deal is likely to be concluded. I am having to wait to see what will happen as new arrivals are anticipated in July. That means I might not get my business completed by August. I have a budget which can be supplemented should […]

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He’s Gone

Now that it has happened it really is surprising that people find it so, erm, surprising. No more that grin, that cocky swagger. The way he body-swerved through the crowds time and again to deliver the goods. Visiting the Grove to see him consistently do what he was paid for became one of the highlights […]

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It’s been a sunny day. I have been quaffing large quantities of Chilean merlot in the garden. It could be any day this week as the wettest drought on record has turned into something even hotter than an Indian summer. Now that isn’t strictly true. This couldn’t be any day this week for it is […]

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Confirmation from the BBC of Harry Redknapp’s departure from White Hart Lane has sparked anger and dismay in North London. Supporters have been unable to contain their ire and bombarded social media sites, such as Twitter, expressing outrage at the decision. The self-confessed ‘big Arsenal fan‘ has won huge backing from half of North London […]

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Turning Bertie

Well, how was that for a Bank Holiday Sunday? If Carlsberg did them blah blah blah. I’m not sure the nerves will survive the tensest of finishes on Sunday, but the fact that a grip on third place is back in our soapy hands is an entirely unexpected bonus. I’m seeing lots of talk to […]

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I have decided that Everton’s progress in the FA Cup is something of a mixed blessing. Of course it is excellent news for the team, and in particular some of the walking wounded who have a nine day recovery period in between the last match and the next. It is probably good for us that […]

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I’m rather fond of the bits that are attached to me by various means. My eyes, ears, teeth, and all external attachments south of the border are treasured possessions. The draw for the fourth round of the FA Cup put those rather special attributes at risk. How do I explain we have three home games […]

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Interesting. Very interesting, in fact. The latest injury woe to hit the club, namely the loss of Jack Wilshere for 2-3 months, has me wondering about the shape the side will take as we get stuck into a full two matches a week schedule this weekend. The late swoop to grab Yossi Benayoun on loan, […]

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