Theo Walcott has confirmed he wants to stay at ‘special’ Arsenal and sign a new contract.

 Not quite what we expected… but still…

‘I’m sure it won’t be long. This squad, for me, is one of the best I’ve been involved in. I want to be part of that.’

By far the greatest team

Welcome To London – Arsenal Set To Sign WORLD CLASS Striker In €57M Deal – Not Benzema

After Arsene Wenger supposedly ruled out the prospect of Arsenal making a move for Napoli’s Argentine forward Gonzalo Higuain, the Express have reported that Arsenal are transferring their attentions to Karim Benzema.
You might like to consider the word “supposedly” and wonder what that is supposed to mean.  Are they saying that it is all a lie?   A spoof web site calling Wenger a fibber?

Higuain has long been a target for Arsene Wenger as he came close to signing him when he left Real Madrid in 2013

I think we can leave matters at that point.  The story of what really happened in 2013 is to be found on Untold.

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Arsenal To ANNOUNCE Four Years Deal Is Done, Player To Earn £100,000-A-Week

Back-to-back FA Cup winners, Arsenal have opened contract talks with English forward Theo Walcott…

That actually is posted as a current bit of news – and one wonders given that they tell us that Arsenal are the Cup holders, what audience they are writing for.  My sources suggest one in Tierra del Fuego.


CONFIRMED: Wenger Says Sensational Striker Will Play For Arsenal This Season

Akpom, who has been at Arsenal since the age of six, displays all the flair and brashness that has come to be associated with attacking players of Wenger’s reign.



GREAT NEWS: Arsenal Cleared To Sign Their Secret Weapon In Coming Days

Another Goonersden special which tells us

According to report making the rounds, popular Spanish journalist Kike Marin said Arsenal are looking at a ‘secret’ back-up option which he thinks its Bayern Munich’s Lewandowski.

So there we have it, these guys are not letting up.  But the fact that they are all supported by two betting companies and all have exactly the same format recycling the same stories, might it be that they are in fact actually paid for and owned and written by the betting companies?
I wonder….
Anniversaries of the day (with, as always, all today’s anniversaries on the home page at
  • 24 July 1910: Woolwich Arsenal FC formally taken over by Henry Norris and William Hall.  They promised to use their money to keep Arsenal in Plumstead for one year, but eventually paid for the club to stay at the Manor Ground for three seasons.

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