Monthly Archives: May 2009

B’Arselona

 Written by Rasputin Are we in the same league as Barcelona? Barca comprehensively outplayed Manchester United in the Champions League final. The old adage “football was the winner” seems appropriate. The pundits have been variously analysing and dissecting the game … Continue reading

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Heres to the future…..Come on you reds!!!!!

Good morning gooners. We have our last game today and I’m looking forward to a real party. I might have mentioned this before but I love going to football. Theres nothing to play for today for either team so I’m … Continue reading

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Optimism rules – of course he’ll stay!!

Its good being an optimist, I rarely expect any thing terrible to happen in my life – to me, to the people I love, to the world around me. I wake up each morning hoping the sky will be blue … Continue reading

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How did that feel chaps?

I’m gutted. All of my Arsenal pals are gutted. Some pride was certainly regained yesterday in the 0-0 draw  at Old Trafford but there is always more than one side to a story. The mancs only needed a draw to win their … Continue reading

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Who wins the league at Old Trafford 2009?

  For most of this season I’ve hoped that the game at Old Trafford was not going to be in the least bit important for either us or them. At Xmas, even with Cesc and Theo out injured I still … Continue reading

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Can one man make a difference?

By our Russian correspondent With any luck our talismanic new signing Andrey Arshavin will be over his virus and fit to turn out against  Manchester United at Old Trafford on Saturday  Having just lost to United by 3 goals to … Continue reading

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Young players, experienced players and Defenders.

I have often wondered why Arsene Wenger chooses young players over experience. The common thinking is that it all comes down to money.  That the building of the new stadium has led to such financial restraints that Arsenal are now … Continue reading

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