By Sir Hardly Anyone
Sincere apologies for the lack of posts through some of today. We suffered another attack, and it took a while to recover. This time it was different – the site was still visible and comments could be posted but we were unable to put up new posts for a while. If you have been with us for a long time you’ll know what goes on, and as before we kept going with a little post on the Facebook page.
We’ll come back to life fully tomorrow morning and try and catch up but for now he’s a few odds and ends while we were away.
Arsenal fans react to links with Manchester United’s Marouane Fellaini
My feeling is that some bloggettas are doing this sort of thing on purpose – just like they did with their proposals that we were buying a new goalkeeper in the summer. No one really believes this sort of thing, but it just gets a few more people clicking on the site. Everyone does it; say something outrageous and get the clicks. Others reply, and get the clicks. So it goes.
ASTON VILLA MONITORING MARCUS TAVERNIER
Apparently so are Arsenal. Apparently he is 18. Apparently it must be important because his name is in capital letters.
No Wilshere but Mustafi is back
That’s the story buzzing around a few sites this evening (UK time, and its been a long one already trying to fix the site). And the forward line of Ozil, Lacazette and Alexis is ready to roll.
Alex Iwobi’s high praise for teammate and Jack Wilshere told to leave
Football London now has so many pop ups that I can’t actually get the story, but whoever it was who told Jack to leave is clearly bonkers.
MARK LAWRENSON MAKES SURPRISE CLAIM IN PREDICTION FOR TOTTENHAM CLASH V ARSENAL
Another one all in capitals so it must be IMPORTANT. And what, I hear you cry, might this prediction be? Well, it is that the match will be dour. That’s it. Nothing else. Thank you Football Insider 247.
What else have we got? OK Jack is off, but we knew that last week when he was going somewhere highly unlikely. Now it is Real Betis.
But we all know that Arsenal don’t get the best players because they don’t have the infrastructure. So is that over? Well maybe because “Arsenal are lining up Borussia Dortmund chief scout Sven Mislintat as their next head of recruitment, according to ESPN.
Why Arsenal aren’t underdogs against Tottenham.
This from the Daily Mail…
For all this talk of a ‘power shift’, all Spurs have to show for it, is last season’s league position.
Arsenal legend Martin Keown claims that despite Tottenham’s dominance on the pitch, they must win a trophy before claiming to be kings of north London.
And one more
Arsenal must win derby or Spurs will steal balance of power permanently
No such thing as permanent.
- WSL1 Arsenal v Sunderland Nov 12 2017 – The Untold Match Report
- Arsenal v Tottenham. Objectivity and perspective, not quite the same thing
- Arsenal v Tottenham: a little bit of perspective