Six years ago lasagne ruined Spurs’ hope of cancelling St. Totteringham’s day and on Sunday our very own Le Sagna took centre stage with a thumping header to get us back in the game to help put North London superiority back in the balance for 2012.
After Kieran Gibbs’ latest setback ruled him out for a month Arsene Wenger has admitted that he may be forced into making an unplanned January signing. The problem for the manager is that he already has two players for each full back position so if he spends money on a quality deputy, he will inevitably be forced to let a player leave in the summer as opportunities will be restricted once our bizarre injury flare up has eased.
Aston Villa 1-2 Arsenal: Huge win sets up potentially bountiful ChristmasThu 22nd Dec 2011 19:46 We rarely lose at Villa Park but we have also endured two dour draws there in our most recent visits so a packed Arsenal section revelled in Yossi Benayoun’s 87th minute winner last night. It was a barely deserved victory but we should have had greater reward for our commendable efforts at Manchester City on Sunday.
Arsenal 1-0 Everton: Van Persie creates new memoriesMon 12th Dec 2011 19:16 Statue finding, brass band listening and hero applauding gave Arsenal fans an unusual and nostalgic pre match build up but there was a fear that the distractions and intimidation factor of a host of club legends applauding the team out could hinder a squad who are just beginning to find their own identity.