Arsenal Football Club Granted Huge Opportunity Against Watford

Arsenal Football Club, currently fifth in the Premier League, will take on relegation-stricken Watford Sunday, March 6 as the Gunners jockey for a spot in the top four. While you might be getting ready to fill out your March Madness bracket, the Premier League’s race for Champions League qualification is growing increasingly intense. Arsenal is … Read more

Lacazette: Those who can imagine anything can create the impossible

Those who can imagine anything can create the impossible… Alexandre Lacazette. The sheer determination of that man with the ball Pepe gave him, I mean, in fact, I can’t begin to express the feelings I felt. My eyes welled up with tears when he scored, and that defiant goal celebration; dear me! It was then … Read more

The Goals: Arsenal v Fiorentina And Why I Beat Down Mustafi, Again

Billionaire me bought Arsenal and turned the club around. They say dreams come true, let’s see. [su_divider top=”no” divider_color=”#bc090b” link_color=”#d00607″ margin=”10″ class=” “] The game against Fiorentina saw Arsenal’s young prodigies shine yet again. The likes of Nketiah and Willock gave us hope about the future of the club, assuming we keep them. Both youngsters … Read more

Arsenal v Southampton: 5 Valuable Lessons

Arsenal v Southampton Lacazette goal

[su_dropcap style=”flat” size=”5″]T[/su_dropcap]wo goals in 11 minutes from Alexandre Lacazette and Henrikh Mkhitaryan saw Arsenal run out winners in their match against Southampton. Show-stopping saves from Bernd Leno also saved the Gunners blushes as Southampton on occasion posed a threat in the first and second halves. …. As we move on to the ‘next one’ … Read more

Mirror, Mirror On The Wall, Who In The Top Six Is Next To Fall?

This post will be quite short. It’s 10.30pm here and most of you in West Africa and Europe will be midway through your beauty sleep. My predictions – check yesterday’s article – came fifty per cent (50%) true. Chelsea lost to hardworking Bournemouth as we predicted and, sadly, by a much bigger margin than I … Read more