January 02, 2013 by
Arsenal seemed to start well against newly-promoted Southampton yesterday but the longer the game went on the Saints looked more and more superior. Watching Arsene Wenger on the touchline you could see the dismay at his teams performance and often he just looked dejected.
After the game, he looked even more depressed as if the whole team had let him down personally and looked to be inches away from tears as he gave his unhappy after match report.
“It was a flat performance, overall,” he muttered. “We were disappointing going forward, we didn’t create enough, when you sum up the chances we created tonight it is very little. .......Read the full article here
September 02, 2012 by
Why can’t we just accept the truth? by Vinay
Has the disappointment settled in? Has the anger subsided? Has the ranting ended or are we still keeping some things in store waiting for upcoming results? Yes its pretty obvious to make out an Arsenal fan in a crowd, see anyone sulking and you have your man alright. How things have changed in the span of a few days.
I will be the first to admit i am hopping mad. It is not because we didn’t buy the so called “top top player” but more so because of the obvious frailties which weren’t covered. We cannot go to a season with just one actual striker, because apart from Giroud, Lukas is more a second striker (even considering his exploits at Cologne) and Chamakh – well forget him please as of now. .......Read the full article here