15 responses

  1. terry white
    30/05/2017

    Walter

    I always compare your messages to those of the Piers Morgans and Tony Adams of this world.
    Thank the lord for the Walters.
    Some sane commentaries, thank you!
    I am p*ssed off with the negativity of people mentioned ( and their like)
    Wonderful to get some positive chat

  2. Pete
    30/05/2017

    Joy! Two more years (at least).

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/40073103

  3. Gooneress No1
    30/05/2017

    The establishment’s anger is the source of the negativity – how have I come to that conclusion? Three words – main stream media.

  4. Gooneress No1
    30/05/2017

    Couldn’t be happier – FA Cup and Arsene stays.

  5. Gord
    30/05/2017

    It’s nice to read that Carine is getting better.

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    Andrew, some people eat activated charcoal. 🙂

    A little toasting can’t be too bad.

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    As far as “news reports” goes, it isn’t news until it is at Arsenal.com. Too many lies from the medja.

    After all, ESPN (the worldwide leader in being ESPN) was reporting this yesterday.

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    Wire had an article (yesterday) about another tick related disease: Powassan.

    https://www.wired.com/2017/05/lyme-isnt-disease-ticks-spreading-summer/

    This disease is now starting to show up in the deer ticks that spread Lyme disease.

    > With no treatment available, half of all people who contract the virus suffer permanent brain damage; 10 percent die.

    So please, try to avoid getting bitten by deer ticks.

  6. Polo
    30/05/2017

    Woohoo, reports saying AW has verbally agree to extend for another 2 years. Great news, let’s just hope the Club back AW in the transfer window.

  7. bjtgooner
    30/05/2017

    Walter, very pleased to note your wife is improving, that’s the best news of all. I am delighted that you both had such a good day; the football was not too bad either!

    Hope you did not eat too much of Nicky’s extra mature English cheddar!!!

  8. Zee
    30/05/2017

    A touching and quite wonderful recanting of your pilgrimage to watch the Arsenal beat Chelsea in the FA Cup final, and to hear about your indomitable wife, Carine, and her determination to visit the Wembley shops under her own steam.

    I wish you both well for the future and that Carine continues her amazing recovery!

    Excellent Post.

  9. Pat
    30/05/2017

    Lovely report! Very good news about Carine!

  10. Menace
    30/05/2017

    Walter – happiness all round. Good health, wealth & happiness..The world is ours now with Wenger in charge for two more years. Arsenal will be blessed with trophies & beautiful football for many more years.

  11. Tai E. Obasi
    31/05/2017

    Walter,

    Excellent, particularly about Carine.

  12. Gord
    31/05/2017
  13. Brickfields Gunners
    31/05/2017

    Nice , Walter , glad that you had a great time and also glad that your Mrs is improving.
    Cheers !

  14. Damilare
    31/05/2017

    Thanks Walter for that excellent post, I guess I enjoyed reading it as much as you enjoyed experiencing it. I pray Carine continues getting better.

    Like I suggested earlier, getting a season ticket for you won’t be a bad idea at all seeing that your presence (and that of Carine of course) brings success to Arsenal.

    This is to a successful new AW era!

    COYG

  15. Rantetta
    31/05/2017

    Thank you Walter..
    I’ve copied and pasted my comment from yesterday, so I’m very glad to read about your trip:

    Rantetta
    30/05/2017 at 11:46 am
    I couldn’t be more pleased for you and your wife, Walter.

    A lovely report, as always. It is so fitting that you got to see this final. Your tireless work for Untold over all these years has been astonishing.

    In the previous article Andrew mentioned you & Carine going to the shops.
    As your wife came with you recently I truly hope her health is much, much better. Andrew referred to “walking”. (I remember reading that Carine had to use a wheelchair, so I pray any improvements continue).

    I hope your attendance at Arsenal games, including finals, increases.

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