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Van Persie and Fabregas DID NOT have an Arsenal Heart 1

Posted on September 06, 2012 by admin

Heart & Soul by Ankeet

Hi guys,

Hope the Liverpool win thrilled you. Anyways, wanted to share a few thoughts with you all.

All right, I know that Fabregas, RvP and Song are all past history but can’t help think whether they were smart enough to understand why they were leaving. Yes, I know some of you will say money, trophies, childhood memories etc. but was that a good enough reason. I don’t think so and here’s why.

John Collard: Would Arsenal fans take Fabregas back? 41

Posted on September 05, 2012 by admin

Cesc Fabregas (a move forward or backward) by John Collard

‘There’s no such thing as a great substitute in the world of football – I couldn’t tell you what makes a great substitute,’ Fabregas told Marca.

‘I always wish my team-mates well and put a happy face on. If I have to take my unhappy face home then so be it, but I would never let my team-mates or manager see it.’

‘I’ve always said that I play for the best team in the world, but I came here to compete, to learn and enjoy, not to sit wracking my brains.’

Can van Persie be allowed to leave? by Michael 5

Posted on July 25, 2012 by admin

The arrival of Podolski and Giroud was the first positive step in showing the club’s intent to move up a level. Not only would it lessen the work load and reliance on Robin van Persie, but would send a signal that Arsenal would try to compete with the big spenders.

Regretfully, no sooner had it been announced that Giroud had become an Arsenal player, when RvP let it be known that he was not planning to renew his contract which ends at the end of the 2012-13 season. If you listened to the VIP betting tips you would have known that Giroud was always going to be a straight replacement for our captain.

Weslee: SIR Robin of Arsenal – Spearheading Arsene’s new regime at Arsenal 4

Posted on March 13, 2012 by Nitesh

It was with the greatest disappointment that I only ended up seeing the game after it was a goal apiece in the second half. I have to admit that my once I saw this score that my nerves went on edge. You see, I was at the garden center getting soil and fertilizer for my now dying gardenia plant. The poor plant desperately needs a repotting and it was suffering from non-performance by the owner, me. So I missed two thirds of the game. Funny is it not, that due to my negligence, my wonderful smelling gardenia flowers almost became a no show for this summer, sort of like the Arsenal team being neglected by its owner. But boy, was I surprised by the scoreline. I thought it would have been 3-0 Arsenal by this time period.

Kashmaster: Arsenal are still looking for a Fabregas replacement. Who? 15

Posted on March 09, 2012 by admin

Since the surprising signing of German international, Podolski yesterday, I thought it would be interesting to explore other players that Arsenal could be in the market for come summer. But first, lets look into the current options we have in the Arsenal midfield at the moment.

Our most prominent area that needs addressing aside from the striker role is actually the midfield, the ‘Fabregas’ role to be more specific. We haven’t replaced the massive void he’s left. I know people felt that our team was too centralised around him and hence suffered in other departments but this year we seem to be playing more like an actual team and I think we can reach the next level with a proper attacking midfielder.

Neill: I Think Fabregas Should Keep His Mouth Shut 22

Posted on September 15, 2011 by admin

Cesc Fabregas has been voicing his opinion yet again about why he chose to leave Arsenal for Barcelona. While I have always been a big fan of the midfielder and hold no ill feeling towards him since his departure, I think he should focus his thoughts on his new club rather than the Gunners.

He was quoted in the Guardian today, saying: “I want to be in a club that is able to win the big titles year after year and I don’t see that kind of future for Arsenal. I fear that they won’t be able to push the other big clubs in England away.”

Elton: We can begin afresh now… Arsenal FC to rise up yet again! [Part 1] 3

Posted on September 02, 2011 by Nitesh

So there we have it, probably the worst transfer window in living memory has shut and in my opinion …good riddance to it! In fact it was not just a transfer window but the Arsenal pot shot window. The only difference being that whilst the Transfer window will remain closed for the next four months the pot shots will just keep on coming.

1st let me just do one thing, this is to detract the anti Arsenal er.. supporters?.. from labelling me an AKB (stupid term).

Sam: Fabregas leaving could help Arsenal become a TEAM again 12

Posted on August 15, 2011 by admin

A ONE MAN TEAM OR A TEAM OF ONE????? (Zidane and Cesc – A striking parallel)

Well, it’s finally about to be done and dusted. In a matter of hours, Cesc Fabregas will officially become a Barca player (though unofficially, he already was one for some time). It’s not like this day wasn’t going to happen. Cesc returning to Barca was always on the cards. It’s just that it happened earlier than all Gooners would’ve expected and liked. From the moment he played his first game for us in 2003, it was obvious to all and sundry that this 15 year old (then) was going to be our main man. What the football world witnessed in the ensuing 8 years was the metamorphosis of this raw, uncut diamond into a stellar gem. Arsene Wenger and co. moulded him to step into the boots of Patrick Vieira, and how.

SVGunner: Players will come and go, but Arsenal WILL move on! 5

Posted on August 15, 2011 by Nitesh

Fabregas and Stuff……by SVGunner

No doubt many of you will have heard but today Arsenal announced OFFICIALLY that they have agreed a fee with Barca for El Capitan. Of course, it is a loss of our best player and is probably a precedent to the loss of our (arguably) second best midfielder. The strange thing is, however, that on Arsenal.com, Cesc’s news is the ‘most liked’ news article published recently. What does this say about the fans stance? Well, I have my opinion, let’s see if you agree.

Nitesh: Arsenal FC has come full circle; this will be the season… 15

Posted on August 14, 2011 by Nitesh

The 6-year trophy drought has been well documented in recent times, and it has given rise to other complaints such as the AKB and the faulty defense. Okay, the AKB is not exactly a complaint; I am very proud to consider myself one of this clan.

I won’t kid myself, the team at Newcastle were hilariously deficient in midfield. I nearly threw away my laptop while seeing the ball being stroked about without anyone taking a potshot at goal. Even van Persie looked helpless and frustrated standing beside the stopper, often having to drop back to do some of the dirty work, which was a very big part of the game with Joey Barton involved.

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