Tag Archives | Sp*rs

Forever In Our Shadow

Double NLD Incoming! How does Arsenal Compare to Sp*rs Right Now?

Combined Arsenal-Tottenham XI The games upcoming between us and them will be key, no matter what.  It’s Tottenham. The scum – the enemy. The club near to us that haven’t won a title in nearly sixty years. I believe we can finish above them for top four – but facing them twice in succession has […]

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NLD Comedy Special with ‘Arry – The Fairy-tale of Middlesex

The Fairy-tale of Middlesex Based on a true parody, the names have been changed to protect the guilty!! Something to lighten mood before the serious business at 12.30 Saturday Afternoon or 11.30 Saturday night, depending on your view. A Day in the Life of ‘Arry the Spud Aged 33 1/3 Saturday 7.30am ‘Arry the Spud’s […]

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Afraid of Sp*rs? Hell No. Is This Gooner Mad?

Am I mad not to fear Tottenham??? This is kind of like a preview-preview, so to speak. It’s still a little while before we play that lot, but as a Gooner I detest that lot with a passion. So I’m relaying something I’ve been thinking of late. For now, I want to ask this. Am […]

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It ain’t over yet: this season is gonna get REAL crazy!

Leicester may have finally achieved the unimaginable, and clinched the Barclays Premier League Title for 2015/16 – but I have a sneaky suspicion that there is more craziness to come in this lunatic season. And – as usual – Arsenal has a huge role to play. The game against Manchester City at the Etihad this Sunday […]

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The Title is lost – time for Arsenal to set a new target.

Time to reset our horizons? Let’s face it, barring a miracle, if I was one of the luck punters with £100 on Leicester to win the title at 5000/1, I wouldn’t be cashing out early as all the bookies are praying they do. 5 points clear of the spuds (11 to Arsenal) 7 games to […]

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City despair

The League is a 6 Horse Race but surely Jose’s pony fell at the first fence?

Following the end of 2015’s series of International breaks, club football has once again taken centre stage, to pave way for four un-interrupted months of league action. By the time the next set of FIFA engagements takes place in February, we will be greeted with a less ambiguous picture of clubs’ aspirations, heading into the […]

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Cazorla, Ozil and Walcott all got on the score-sheet. It was Ox's mistake that cost Arsenal their goal...

Arsenal’s newfound fear factor; Sp*rs to share Emirates? No way!

Singapore select XI We expected to beat them and we did. It was also by a score that reflected the difference in the teams and the occasion. I said last week that I was looking forward to watching Akpom and he didn’t disappoint. Three goals is also a good way to get the managers attention. […]

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