Monthly Archives: August 2012

Thoughts on UCL draws, Liverpool game and the transfer window

Goodmorning, and TGIF just took on many meanings; it is the last workday of the week, and it is the day before the resumption of footie in the EPL. The news being chewed on in the public domain of course is the Uefa champions league draws that were made yesterday with Arsenal being in Group […]


THE UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE IS BACK THE UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE GROUPS. Group A – FC Port0 (POR), Dynamo Kiev (UKR), PSG (FRA), Dinamo Zagreb (CRO) Group B – Arsenal (ENG), Schalke 04 (GER), Olympiakos (GRE), Montpellier (FRA) Group C – AC Milan (ITA), Zenith (RUS) , Anderlecht (BEL), Malaga (ESP) Group D – Real Madrid (ESP) , Manchester City […]

There is room for improvement but We should not despise the little we have.

We live in a football world where people judge a team by the result it earns. Let me rephrase that, where people judge a team by the number of goals it scores. That leaves little to wonder why Goalkeepers and defenders, defensive midfielders included, rarely get chosen for the best player in the world award. […]

A Good Start or A Positive Start?

Morning folks. Today’s post is here behind schedule. Partly human inadequacies. Partly human adequacy. We apologise. Well, saw our match yesterday. And its outcome left that question ringing in my ears. The line-up was pretty-much the same as the one that faced Sunderland, except for the absence of Woj and Theo dropping to the bench. […]

Nuri gone, the Ox in, the Wil on his way

Goodmorning. It is saturday again and that signals another dose of footie from the English Premier League; though the Arsenal would not be involved until tomorrow(at 13:30 for those not in the know)with a visit to the Britannia,the home ground of the Stokeses. A match I intend giving my tot and thoughts on later. It […]

The Battle At The Britannia – Which Arsenal Would Show Up

Arsenal In Nigeria Supporting the Pride of North London Before writing my article, i would like to say something about our game against Sunderland and it’s all about Santi Cazorla. Monsieur Wenger is changing his philosophy of winning with the kids to winning with a balanced team and he needed someone to orchestrate the team […]

Andre Santos feeds the media once again

Good morning Goons, it feels quite good to be writing once again. It is just a pity that Nuri Sahin has not signed by the time of writing this but it is all good as it just looks as if we have agreed on the basics and all that is left to be wrapped up […]