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Man Utd 2 – 0 Arsenal | Fergie has Wenger’s number

Fergie outfoxed Wenger for the umpteenth time as another chance of silverware disappeared on a frustrating evening at Old Trafford. Man Utd did what they always do against us, sitting back with two banks of four when we had the ball

Barcelona 3 – 1 Arsenal | Outplayed but not disgraced

The goal attempts stat is quite damning – Barcelona 19, Arsenal 0. And yet we might have actually won! For a team which had no shots at goal all evening, it’s quite amazing that we got a goal and had a

Arsenal 0 – 0 Sunderland | Our lack of depth is exposed once again

Arsenal failed to capitalise fully on Man Utd’s loss to Chelsea by only drawing with a Sunderland side which had lost their last four league matches. Robbed of five first choice players through injury (Vermaelen, Song, Fabregas, Walcott and van Persie)

Arsenal 5 – 0 Orient | The perfect gentle workout

Wenger may have been fuming when we drew our initial cup tie at Orient, but after Sunday’s calamity he was probably glad of the opportunity to get the Birmingham result out of our system with a simple home game. And that’s

Arsenal 1 – 2 Birmingham City | Mugged by McLeish

Actually, to say we were mugged isn’t really a correct analogy. More like Koscielny & Szczesny went over to Alex McLeish, tapped him on the shoulder and politely handed over our wallet. I don’t like to single out Koscielny or Szczesny

Arsenal 1 – 0 Stoke | One nil to the football team!

The ditty we like to sing after taking the lead was given a witty twist last night as we reminded that jumped up nobody Pulis just how pathetic his rugby football team are after Squillaci headed us into the lead on

Leyton Orient 1 – 1 Arsenal | Complacent Gooners let Orient off the hook

Another lacklustre performance against lower league opposition means yet another match is added to our already congested fixture list. For the fourth time this season we approached a game in the cup against inferior opponents with the arrogance and nonchalance of

Arsenal 2 – 1 Barcelona | I’ll see your Milan and raise you a Barcelona!

What a night! WHAT A NIGHT! You know it’s been special when nobody leaves before the end and the final whistle is greeted by a loud noise of relief and ecstasy. The buzz carried on for half an hour as my

Arsenal 2-1 Huddersfield | Heavy going at the Emirates

Arsenal made hard work of seeing off League One opponents Huddersfield in the FA Cup and have captain Cesc Fabregas to thank for getting them through a much harder than expected tie. Fabregas came off the bench on 70 minutes with