No, the site is not dead. It's just in a bit of a hiatus right now. See, a funny thing called
"life" caught up to us here at the Arsenal Offside. Darren, Brenton, and Martin have busy work
schedules. As for JG, I have a pretty packed school schedule that involves various extracurricular
activities that are sapping my available time and energy- yay for realistically applying to good
So here we are, nearly halfway through the 2011-12 season. Arsenal have play 17 league matches
with Wolves coming up next on Tuesday. It was originally scheduled for Monday on Boxing Day, but
due to the London Tub Strike, it has been rescheduled. The halfway mark of the season has QPR
coming to the Emirates and but this time we hope to have completed the mid-season review.
Hello, we're finally back to regular programming, as we liveblog what should be an exciting
match between newcomers Norwich City and our beloved Arsenal. Join Homey, Darren, Brenton, and the
regulars as we discuss this game. Check out Homey's preview if you haven't already, and try the red
velvet cheesecake we have at the corner.
* Yes, this is a shout-out to our recently departed midfield maestro, The Martin. (Check the
As you now know, a few of us will be taking over the Arsenal Offside page, so some introductions
are in order. I think Homey's prepping an intro post, but seeing as I just finished a contract and
have a few days free, I thought I'd come on and tell you all a little bit about myself while he
gets that sorted.
Article by Nate Sulat
It's called the Doug Flag because of the Douglas fir on its front, and it's become an almost
mandatory feature of any Cascadia Cup match. Fans in Portland, Seattle and Vancouver all fly its
blue, white and green stripes as a symbol of the Pacific Northwest.