Tag Archives: Podolski

0.38 goals per game, lethal as hell: Why did Wenger let him go?

It is a new year, and to us football fans that means it is transfer season. Uncharacteristically, we have started our business before everyone else albeit a departure. Podolski, who has endeared himself to all Gooners through his thumping goals … Continue reading

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Wenger and Ramsey Are Teaching Us a Lesson

Yesterday’s game against the team with five As in its name was very pleasing on the eye. It was obvious that Galatasaray did not care much about the match as they attacked without vigour and defended without much care. There … Continue reading

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Alexis, Chambers and Pod Show Wenger How Hard They Are.

Arsenal v Burnley: review and analysis. Before I went to the game this morning, I read Arsene’s views re the quality of European strikers versus South-American ones; the former being a lot softer than the streetwise and street-trained latter, apparently. … Continue reading

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Sanogo the difference, last game for Pod & other post FA cup thoughts

Post FA CUP Final observations by Gerry. Good morning all. And what a fine day it is to be free of the … ‘not having won a trophy in X number of years’tag. Such relief. Congrats to all the team, … Continue reading

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4-4-2 till the end the season? Arsenal – West Ham Afterthoughts

After the FA cup semi-final game against Wigan I was critical of both Cazorla and Podolski. I felt they did not do anywhere near enough to justify the trust Wenger put in them, their seniority in the team and the … Continue reading

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Gusty rotation, Ox and Fabianski (and Howard Webb) Help Put Anfield in the Rear View

Arsenal – Liverpool: 2-1   So many themes, so much riding on an FA cup match (sandwiched amidst even tougher or more important matches), and Arsenal get the needed result.  It wasn’t pretty and frailties in the team were on … Continue reading

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Ten games in: ToTL, and the best is yet to come!

First of all (of course) I’d like to begin by congratulating the team on an awesome performance against the other in form premier league team in the league. I’ll single out Arteta, Cazorla, Sagna and Ramsey for special praise for … Continue reading

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