The persistent and endless knocking of Arsenal and the lack of evidence. (The most recent articles are at the top of the list below)
- Arsenal’s biggest problem? All the negative journalists and bloggers. Here’s the evidence
- How the first 8 games predicts the outcome of the league across the last 6 years
- How negativists don’t just avoid stats, they misuse them too
- How even the Chinese football revolution became a chance to knock Arsenal
- A radical solution to the problem of football journalists
- How clubs are performing, against how they might be expected to perform
- How the criticism of Arsenal players rolls on and on until they are forced to leave
- It’s not Tottenham’s fault that things go wrong. It’s the reporting that’s bent.
- Arsenal up to third. What next?
- How a 14th monk described Arsenal’s failure to buy Moisés Caicedo and Mykhailo Mudryk
- The January transfer window moved few players around: but did any club benefit?
- Are Newcastle United really in financial difficulty? And what about Arsenal?
- Did Arsenal want Mudryk and Caicedo, and was it just luck that they didn’t sign them?
- Is the Premier League getting more exciting or simply ever more predictable?