Since being enveloped in a Twitter addiction, I've discovered that - not only does every spare moment revolve around checking updates and tweets from people whose opinion I respect - but that my vocabulary has gleaned new words. It has grown. These words would be ill at ease in a conversation with your family over dinner. These new found words though - are commonplace when talking football.Add a comment
Match Review: Arsenal 2 Hull City 2 - Premier League 18.10.14
An international break after a loss can go one of two ways, it either gives your team the time to refresh as they mentally separate themselves from the club whilst on national duty or it can turn into an elongated hangover as the opportunity to set things right as soon as possible was interrupted. Sadly, for Arsenal it looks as though the latter is applicable this weekend.Add a comment
I’m not in a good mood and not for the reasons you might expect.
I’ll preface this by saying that I’m not a “true fan”. I don’t necessarily watch every Arsenal game; I haven’t seen a game at the Emirates despite living in London and I wouldn’t prioritise The Arsenal over a lot of things in my life, namely my education and commitments to both family and friends. If you cut me I would bleed red but more due to the iron in haemoglobin then my love of Arsenal. That being said, Arsenal is the team I chose to support when I was younger – partly due to my love for Freddie Ljungberg’s outrageous hairstyles and an admiration of Bergkamp (I shouldn’t have to explain this at all), but in honesty the main reason, the thing that convinced me that Arsenal was the team for me was because of Wenger’s philosophy.Add a comment