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John: Blame Wenger but it’s the Arsenal Board that have to go! 4

Posted on December 22, 2012 by admin

Blame Wenger all you want But Gazidis and Kroenke must go. by John Collard

Hi guys I hope all is well.

Before I start I want to wish everyone of you a Happy Christmas and a wonderful New Year. Now moving on I just want to write a small blog and maybe get some feed back on your opinion of the Arsenal board we have at our wonderful club. Wenger has taken some serious criticism for many fans and papers over the last few days and at times very harsh indeed. But what I found very interesting was Usmanov jumping to the defence of our great leader. Usmanov has taken a huge swipe at the current board of the Yank and greedy Gazidis.

John Collard – Are Arsenal now a Laughing Stock? 10

Posted on December 12, 2012 by Bob

Hi gooners

I feel your pain and where do we start. Yesterday in my 32 years of being a Arsenal fan was without a shadow of a doubt one of the most embarrassing moments I’ve ever witnessed. Man Utd 8-2 is up there as just another one of the famous games that is great for the neutral fan but for us another dark day in the shadows.

Is Wenger better at finance than management at Arsenal? 11

Posted on December 07, 2012 by Bob

Hi Gooners. by John Collard

Today I would like to talk to you guys and ask for your opinions about what the hell is going on. Guys I would like to make this clear before you read on, that this is me asking for your views and opinions. I do not seek an argument and those that choose then I have no time at all for. In these times we need to stick together and any view is always welcome. Arsene Wenger is a great manager (Of course) No question. Arsene Wenger is also a phenomenal businessman (Without question), and without shadow of a doubt the worlds best.

John – Podolski should be Arsenal’s centre-forward from NOW! 17

Posted on November 30, 2012 by admin


Hello fellow gooners.

It’s been a while so I thought I’d write a small blog on a matter that’s been bugging me for a while now. WHY is Podolski being given the Arshavin treatment and being played out wide. Yes I’m sure there is a lot of you Theo fans that will have your say. But to me this is a wasted touch of class. Podolski has one of the best left foots in the game and the guy has now stated he is not the classic winger. I hate to question Wenger as I believe he without question is one of the greatest football managers of all time. But again like Arshavin why is Podolski being used in this way. He has been very ineffective at times out wide unless he starts to drift in like he did against Montpellier and Spurs. Any doubters on here trust me he is a classy little player. At times I get so angry because if I can see it, why cant others that know the game better than myself.

John Collard- Are Podolski and Arshavin wasted at Arsenal? 15

Posted on October 30, 2012 by Bob

Hello Gooners I hope all is well.

Today I have a question, I’m not trying to be clever or looking for an argument. All I want is your opinion or view on who I believe are two of are finest players at the club. (That’s right Arshavin as well.) Now lets be fair on my views because some of you rated Alex Song very highly and for me he was over rated but at times did a job.

John: Why Arsenal will destroy Norwich! 7

Posted on October 20, 2012 by admin

Arsenal to tear Norwich apart (Without question) by John Collard

Hi Gooners I hope all is well.

Just a quick blog on your opinions regarding today’s clash with the Canaries. After the shock draw last year – and the issue with Sagna – I believe our lads will not just beat this weaker Norwich team but in fact humiliate them. Strong words I’m sure and most would say don’t get too cocky. But looking at this Arsenal side that are stronger in depth and seeing a much weaker side in Norwich I say this without question will be a run in the park. I was at the game last year and the Norwich team, like Sagna said, went out to hurt the players (Point to prove). Well now its Arsenal’s time to prove a point – and they will!

John Collard- Arsenal action man Arteta 18

Posted on October 13, 2012 by Bob

Mikel Arteta ( He may look like a action man figure, but he is the most consistent player in the league.)

Hello Gooners I wish you all well.

Alexander Song (Who)? That’s right, he has moved on and so have we. In a strange way it seems we have a better team than last year and that’s without the unfaithful Dutchman. Mikel Arteta is a joy to watch, no airs and graces and just gets on with it. What really does impress me with the Spaniard is the way he has the ability and method to change his wonderful game.

John Collard- Carl Jenkinson (living the dream) at Arsenal 8

Posted on October 01, 2012 by Bob

Hello gooners I wish you all well.

Just a small blog about one of the greatest stories since Spurs got food poisoning from chief chef Mr Wenger. Carl Jenkinson, slated by many and at times I must admit looked so far out of his depth it was unreal. But one thing none of us can do is mock his effort (Pure heart). Carl Jenkinson is something that most or many of our ex players are not (A fan). Robin Van Persie can say all he wants but Carl is pure and simple a proper Arsenal fan, a season ticket holder with his father for many years and in my opinion that is without question the factor that is bringing the young lad to a higher level in his game. Lets all be honest most of us could see he tried hard but for most they don’t seem like they will make the grade but in Jenkinsons case myself and many others may have been very very wrong.

John Collard- Seaman or Buffon a top priority for Arsenal 20

Posted on September 25, 2012 by Bob

Hey Gooners

Today I would like to ask a question or seek your views on something that most must now surly see. I believe after the progressive start to the season from aour very much changed Arsenal team, the final piece is an ambassador between the posts. Now, don’t get me wrong fellow gooners, I rate Wojciech Szczesny and believe he could have a very good future and Vito Mannone has come on in abundance with his small stint at Hull. Fabianski, I believe, has no longer got a future at the club but I believe will go on and play first team for another club. What my strong point on this matter is the evidence of Steve Boulds progress with our defence (Older head works)

John Collard-Arsenal are not missing Song and RvP 18

Posted on September 22, 2012 by Bob

Its been a very strange start to the premiership season and in most peoples view a positive start from the Arsenal. Our new signings Podolski and Cazorla seem to be taking to the premiership like ducks to water (Early days). But all in all it would seem our wonderful club seems more of a solid outfit from start to end.

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