the Good, the Bad and the Ugly

Post Match: Crystal Palace 2-3 Arsenal

December 29, 2017 Martin Hawkins 0

The penultimate fixture of 2017 ended in our favor, but only by the smallest of margins. Just like last time out, a neutral fan would have probably been very upset to hear the final whistle, as the action was almost relentless. However, just like the last game, Gooners will feel [Read More]

Preview

Midweek Musings December 26: Palace Preview

December 26, 2017 Martin Hawkins 0

This year’s holiday season has been a bit strange in the Premier League, especially for the Gunners. Unlike normal, the team is not playing on Boxing Day, instead will have to wait all the way until Thursday for their next match. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not complaining about the [Read More]

Arsenal

Arsenal Transfer Rumor Roundup

December 21, 2017 Martin Hawkins 0

Tomorrow the team tackles Liverpool, but for today we must content ourselves with one of the great joys of sports; transfer rumors. The days are ticking away as we count down to the start of the January window, so here are the biggest Arsenal stories at the moment. Arsenal Transfer [Read More]

Carabao Cup

Midweek Musings; Clean Sheets & Injury

December 20, 2017 Martin Hawkins 0

On Tuesday, Arsenal qualified for the semifinals of the Carabao Cup by edging by West Ham 1-0 at the Emirates. It was a very boring game. Next up is match-day 19 in the Premier League, the halfway mark between the season’s start and finish, and the Gunners will host Liverpool [Read More]

Carabao Cup Quarterfinal

Carabao Cup Quarterfinal

December 18, 2017 Martin Hawkins 0

Over the weekend our boys picked up their first Premier League win for three games by overcoming Rafa Benitez and Newcastle United by a slim 1-0 margin. Next up is the second match against West Ham in less than a week, this time in the Carabao Cup Quarterfinal (League Cup). [Read More]

familiar feeling win

Arsenal 1-0 Newcastle A Familiar Feeling Win

December 16, 2017 Martin Hawkins 0

The game just wrapped up and the Gunners got their first win in over a week, holding on to the 1-0 lead that Mesut Ozil’s wonder strike earned them. Overall, the performance was good again, but this time the team actually got the result they wanted. Unlike against both West [Read More]

Bad Away From Home

Bad Away From Home: Midweek Musings

December 14, 2017 Martin Hawkins 0

The team has been bad away from home this year. Really bad. I know I don’t need to tell you, but it’s true. Just like on Sunday at St. Mary’s, on Wednesday at the London Stadium Arsenal were unable to take a win from a bottom-half opponent. This time, the [Read More]

BATE Mastery

Stateside Summary Dec 8: BATE Mastery, Saints Preview

December 8, 2017 Martin Hawkins 0

Who else enjoyed watching the team score all those goals yesterday? I’m guessing everyone. Well, next up is a much more difficult match, at least if past problems are an indication. Southampton have a habit of giving Arsenal problems, especially at St. Mary’s. However, despite a few hiccups last weekend [Read More]

New Contract For Mesut Ozil

New Contract For Mesut Ozil?

December 7, 2017 Martin Hawkins 0

I’m sure you already know, but just in case, our two biggest stars are entering the final months of their contracts here at Arsenal. Alexis Sanchez is out of contract in the summer, and wants a move away. Likewise, Mesut Ozil may leave the Emirates soon. Now, however, there is [Read More]

Arsenal Loan Watch December 2017

Arsenal Loan Watch December 2017

December 5, 2017 Martin Hawkins 0

We are in the final month of 2017, and I hope it has been a great year for you, even if things aren’t going great for Arsenal. Let’s take a look at the players spending their season away from the Emirates, and how they are faring at their new, temporary [Read More]

a strange defeat

Monday Mourning Dec 4: A Strange Defeat

December 4, 2017 Martin Hawkins 0

The team lost again on Saturday, so join me in a day of remembrance of what could have been. Leading into the clash with Manchester United on Saturday, Arsenal had a right to be confident. After a dismal August, the season had shaped up nicely, other than a few bad [Read More]