If the site of Arsenal wearing yellow at home was a strange one, it is increasingly becoming less bizarre to see Theo Walcott making major contributions to every aspect of Arsenal’s game. On Wednesday night as Basel were swept aside at the Emirates, the English winger was at the heart of the Gunners’ free-flowing attacking … More It’s all yellow for Arsenal as Walcott shines brightly again
This week Sam Limbert and James Bale talk about our excellent 3-0 win over Chelsea! We talk about how solid we are looking, and the fact that we just keep on scoring. Excellent. Click here to listen to the podcast via Audioboom Subscribe to the podcast via iTunes or Audioboom Follow The Big Diag on … More Costa’s toys have been thrown out of the pram. Wah wah wah wah wah!
So we were waiting for Arsenal to properly ‘click’ this season. There were glimpses against Hull and Watford, but everything came together in a thunderous and thrilling first half display at Emirates Stadium on Saturday. A win over Chelsea was long overdue, and when it arrived, it was comprehensive. 20 years after Arsene Wenger was … More Chelsea beautifully and savagely dismantled by free-flowing Gunners
Having made the trip to Sheffield last year for Arsenal’s embarrassing efforts at Hillsborough in the League Cup, I went into this year’s third round trip to Nottingham Forest in the rebadged EFL Cup weary that a much-changed Arsenal side could struggle again against a fired-up Championship team, especially with a few former Arsenal players … More Granit guides Gunners into the next round
This week The Big Diag is back to full strength with Sam Limbert, James Bale and Rob Starr guiding you through some Champions League and the 4-1 victory over Hull City. We also welcome Richard Blackburn back to join us for our musings! Starr of the week is back along with a four man top … More This is a classy podcast, what is this smut
There is still plenty for Arsenal to work on after the win over Hull City on Saturday, but it is impossible to not be pleased with a 4-1 win away from home, especially following a tough midweek away trip in the Champions League. The Gunners were aided by Hull going to down to ten men … More Hull eventually hammered as Arsenal begin to find form
Despite making three changes to starting XI for the Champions League trip to Paris Saint-Germain, Arsenal started even slower than they did against Southampton on Saturday and once again had to salvage something after going behind. The fluency wasn’t there and Arsenal conceded plenty of chances to the hosts, but came away with a credible … More Another patchy performance but another positive result