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Screw this! a.k.a We are Pissed

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Maddy's note: Long time reader Krishna gives us his views on how the Arsenal can possibly beat the Champions (vomits). These are needless to say, his views. Seems to me there are about a billion conflicting views out there. Sigh

It is time Arsenal had their revenge.

(Football, Bloody Hell) x 3

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The past three days have been quite football-y, as the rest of the non-football-following crowd on Twitter no doubt noticed. Yes, we're talking about Twitter again, and it's unforgivable especially when there's so much football to talk about. But it's just so all-pervasive.

Arsenal 3-1 Norwich: Ramsey, substitutions, and good fortune

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(Disclaimer: This is a post by Nicks, Just wanted to clear the air before you start wondering if I'm a reverse Van Persie or something .)

Hello chums. A thousand apologies for keeping this blog in such a long state of abeyance; I blame this on a debilitating mixture of interviews, university applications, the death of football blogging as Twitter rises like a 140-character whale from the blue depths, and my college internet servers blocking this website for being too awesome or something.

Arsenal fans call for Steve Bould’s dismissal

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London 04.03.2012

Faced with rumors of an oil-money-fueled takeover and severe accusations of hypocrisy from Chelsea and Manchester City fans, Arsenal fans have decided enough is enough after seeing their side comprehensively defeated by a team they liken to a pile of starch rich tubers.

Arsenal 1-3 Bayern Munich: I just don’t know anymore, maaan

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As the final whistle blew yesterday and an irascible Arsene Wenger trudged down the tunnel, I was strangely composed and clear-headed. A fusillade of questions fizzed through my head, but it was 3 am, so fuck that shit. However, wallowing in the sad sobriety of the afternoon after, I feel it's my duty as flaky sometime-blogger and armchair-nestler to try and set right this confluence of confusion stemming from my cranium.

Twitter killed the Blogger Star

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The dozen or so regular readers of this site may have noticed that we have been unnaturally silent for more than a month now. Not unnaturally in the sense that we are otherwise usually prolific or paragons of promptness (though we clearly seem to be good with our alliterations).

The Man United Holiday Games Wrap – Part II

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Continuing our review of Manchester United's holiday season games. You can find Part I here.

We are firmly back to the 4-4-2

It doesn't exactly pain me to say this, but it really was interesting being a United fan when we had the option of playing the diamond.

The Man United holiday games wrap – Part I

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I would've never thought that there is such a thing as too much football. But between being in a timezone where matchdays start at 6.45 AM, and being in a country where the festival period usually involves a lot of travel and generally being indisposed, there were times when I wished that United wouldn't play.

High Fives: Things we learned this Premier League weekend

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The measured ferocity of a sliding tackle, the prescient anticipation of a last-ditch block, the bloody-mindedness of a clearing header...and the shameless grin as all of the aforementioned bravery, organization, and defending are shepherded up in a gunny sack and sold at a New Year's garage sale.

Mid-season review: How has Brendan Rodgers fared so far?

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Nicks' Note: A behemoth Liverpool post coming your way. Arunkumar Sekhar, who has already penned something for BigFourZa before, is quite effusive with his pen here, as he writes about the first six months of the Rodgers regime. Take it away!

"Judge me after 10 games"

Those were Brendan Rodgers' famous quotes when he became the manager of Liverpool F.

High Fives: Things we learned this Premier League weekend

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Abhinav CJ's Note: The Cynical Jerk returns from another hiatus having rejected offers from the likes of Blidarzz, 95 Minutes (includes Fergie Time) and Four-Four-Three (includes refs) while he was out – much to the chagrin of the readers of this website and the relief of one particular fellow writer.

Prozone – The Rise of the Machines (in football)

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When it comes to football and technology, the furthest a lot of people see is the debate on goal line technology. However, while the authorities continue to debate that tiresome subject, behind the scenes clubs are already utilising technology of the most advanced order to give them that extra edge.

“Henry didn’t fit well into the overall narrative of French Football”: Q&A with Philippe Auclair-Part II

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Arseinho's Note: The much-awaited second part, following on from Part I of our interview with Philippe Aucliar on Wenger, Henry, French Football and THAT handball. Continuing on then...

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BFZ: Reading through the book, one of the first things that stuck was how you had taken the stance of not sticking to any particular name it would be 'Thierry' or 'Henry' or 'Thierry Henry'.

“Wenger’s time in Japan was a huge influence”: Q&A with Philippe Auclair-Part I

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Arseinho's Note: For sometime in the early to mid noughties a Thierry Henry goal for Arsenal was as much a certainty as death, taxes and never ending sequels of Final Destination films: they were relentless and just kept on coming. But the Frenchman's burning desire to add to his trophy haul saw him trade life in London for life in Barcelona, a move that was vindicated with successes in La Liga as well as the Champions League.

The Manchester Derby in pictures

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Hello all from the Berb. I think the last time I wrote when the Berb was still at United and that my friends was a long time ago. The Owen Hargreaves of BigFourZa is back (hopefully to challenge for a few fist team slots at BFZ.) .

We all saw the manic Manchester derby this weekend. Enough has been discussed with words in all forms by some characters using 140 characters or more.