Arsenal survive despite Giroud’s moment of madness

I’m a big fan of Olivier Giroud. Too often he gets criticised for being too slow or making bad decisions, but it’s been no coincidence that Arsenal have looked more dangerous going forward since his return from injury. His link-up play is good and his finishing is improving. Yet what he did on Boxing Day … More Arsenal survive despite Giroud’s moment of madness

I used to watch the footballs

listen to ‘I used to watch the footballs’ on audioBoom Following another random Arsenal performance, Sam Limbert is joined by James Bale to look over the draw with Liverpool, preview the upcoming Christmas games and talk about Thierry Henry after his retirement. Subscribe to the podcast via iTunes!

Patchy performance epitomises Arsenal’s inconsistency

It was a strange 2-2 draw at Anfield on Sunday as Arsenal weren’t great, but ultimately were left disappointed to not leave with three points. The stats show that Arsenal were dominated for most of the game, struggled to keep the ball and didn’t test the Liverpool goalkeeper enough, yet going into injury time, with … More Patchy performance epitomises Arsenal’s inconsistency

Patched-up Gunners clinically dispatch Newcastle

After the midweek win against Galatasaray, I wrote that the healing process for this Arsenal team will take a long time following the Stoke debacle. Because of the points that Arsenal have dropped this season for varying stupid reasons, that is still the case, but the excellent response to the despair at the Britannia continued … More Patched-up Gunners clinically dispatch Newcastle