CescÂ FabregasÂ is currently theÂ victim of a media witch hunt, for accusations fired at him
from yet another sore loserÂ of a manager.. David MoyesÂ and his average Everton outfit, were yetÂ
another victim of the Arsenal machine that is steam rolling its way through theÂ EPLÂ this
season..Â For all Moyes' crying and moaningÂ about what he thought happened,Â FabregasÂ WAS NOTÂ
After our dismal second half performance against Spurs on Saturday, I thought to myself, how do
I explain that outcome? Well, I cannot know what either â€˜Arry or Arsene's role was in the
dramatic change of fortune but I can offer an opinion on the players' performances, but how can I
rate them meaningfully?
"I see no chance of your bright new tomorrow, so stand down Arsene".
That's how the lyrics of the song goes or something like that anyway.
Today someone called into the radio station I was listening to and said that their was 30% of all
Arsenal supporters that attend the games want Arsene out and after Saturdays debacle it is
I thought it was about time I awoke from my blog slumber and made an effort to put my hands on a
keyboard, to be honest I felt like doing it last Wednesday after we beat the Marsh Landers, but
although it was nice to beat the Spuds, the stopping of the gobbing off and text messages was more
akin to scraping something unpleasant off the bottom of my shoe, they are just an unnecessary
How can everything go this wrong in the space of a few days?
A few days ago we were celebrating making mashed potato out of the swamp donkeys in a cup
competition on their own patch. Tonight we sit with our head in our hands, knowing that with
Chelsea losing we had the perfect opportunity to catch up to them.
After spending a few relaxing weeks in the sun, I'm still struggling to get up to date with all
things Arsenal. Although it's stillÂ early days, the main two things that have caught my attentionÂ
are the failure to purchase a new goalkeeper this summer, as well as the recent re-emergence of
The new season is about to start and I think we would all agree that no matter what our take is
on the strength and depth of certain areas of our squad, we are all grateful and excited that kick
off is just around the corner..
We have a fantastic team with some world-class individuals and I for one can't wait to see the
lads run out onto the pitch on Sunday.
Even with the collective relief of the Arsenal community that 'Cescgate' is put to bed for
another transfer window, the nightmares ofÂ defensive performances of last season have not faded.
The need for quality defensive reinforcementsÂ shouldÂ still beÂ a priority for ArseneÂ Wenger.Â
The Arsenal manager has more scouts working for him than what Michael Jackson had lawyers.
Two days after returning to London, Cesc Fabregas issued an official statement in which he
committed his immediate future to Arsenal. He started off by apologizing to us Arsenal supporters
for not speaking out earlier, stating he had not decided what he really wanted to do until "this
Lets face it, no matter what our thoughts were about CescÂ throughout this whole saga-whether
they were good or bad, there's not one Arsenal fan I don't know who isn't relieved to hear Cesc is
He's one of the worlds best players, he's only just entering his prime years and he's our
I cannot confirm nor deny anything. In the last six months, this story has made our lives
difficult. At the moment, what is important is that when Cesc comes back, that he comes out. For
me, I have nothing more to add. The conversations with the players have to be private because I
cannot come out every time I speak with a player.
I have to admit I have had my doubts this summer over AW's transfer movements. The sheer lack of
numbers that have come in to the club being out weighed by the numbers leaving, as well as the
unproven quality of certain players Wenger has signed,Â left me scratching my head and wondering
if the great man was starting to lose it.