Adam Kemp – Will Arsenal finally prove me wrong this time?

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Will I have egg on my face at the end of the season? by Adam Kemp Arsenal is finally beginning to show some ambition by winning games in an efficient yet stylish manner. Success on the football pitch is the only way to silence the critics and Arsene Wenger is beginning to demonstrate his competence [.

Wenger still needs to win a trophy to keep Arsenal fans on board

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A lot has changed for Arsenal this season, most notably the fact that the Gunners are in pole position in both the Premier League table and the hardest of all the groups in the Champions League. And it is all good, which has given the Arsenal fans something to cheer about after some seriously lean [.

An open letter from an unhappy fan to Arsenal Football Club

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Dear Arsenal Football Club by Big Gun

Attention: Stanley Kroenke, Ivan Gazidis and Arsene Wenger.
As a customer, I would like to complain about several issues that need to be addressed and I trust it will be taken sincerely and with utmost concern.

These issues at hand are generally the flippant and apathetic attitude taken towards fans of late.

Adam Kemp – Arsenal fans celebrate mediocrity yet again

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Arsenal fans celebrate mediocrity yet again whilst silverware goes begging by Adam Kemp

Arsenal fans will be glad to see the back of a season that has proved the most difficult during Wengers reign. I was embarrassed to see the players celebrating like they won the title as they should have been reserved with a fourth placed finish.

GIF It: Barcelona’s ex-Arsenal star Alex Song thinks he’s going to lift the league trophy. He’s not

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You can't fail to laugh at this. In the sort of cringe-laughter way that made you enjoy The Office so much. Former Arsenal midfielder Alex Song thought that his scintillating performances for Barcelona this season had been noted by his colleagues and that he was to be given the honour of being the first to [.

Ramsey – Arsenal can beat Munich AND win the Champions League

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The Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey still believes that Arsene Wenger's team is not only good enough to beat Bayern Munich, but can still win the trophy. Before the Gunner's (weakened) team lost to Blackburn this weekend they had gone five games without a loss, including four wins, and Ramsey thinks this shows that they can beat anyone.

Arsenal MUST take their chances in the FA cup!

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Will Arsenal end eight-year trophy drought this season? by MG

Arsenal have two chances to win silverware this season, with Wednesday's FA Cup replay against Swansea taking on massive importance

On Saturday 21 May 2005, around 30,000 Arsenal supporters celebrated at Wembley after the Gunners won the FA Cup on penalties, although the fans couldn't have predicted this would be the last time that they won any silverware leading into 2013.

Arsenal could edge closer to silverware tomorrow

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Arsene Wenger stated clearly that the Capital One cup was bottom of his list of priorities for Arsenal, just above the colour scheme for the toilets. If the Frenchman was to have a quick look at some of the comments on this site, however, he would be in no doubt whatsoever that some silverware is right at the top of most Gooners' priority list.

Adam Kemp – Arsenal fans are taken for mugs once again!

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Arsenal will certainly struggle to challenge for any silverware this season! by Adam Kemp In February Arsenal's end of year report stated ‘Arsenal holdings is now operating free of short term debt' unaudited net debt stands at £137.05M whilst its cash reserves have risen to £115.2M. Arsenal was in a very strong position financially [.

Five Arsenal myths revisited

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Arsene Wenger is principled:

"We do not want to sell our players - so all the players who have contracts will stay here unless we decide otherwise. We want to keep our best players. We have answered that in nearly 80% of our press conferences and at some stage it has to stop, because the past has shown that this question is useless.

Can Santi bring Arsenal the presents they crave?

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Latest sport news networks have quoted Santi Cazorla as believing he can help his new club Arsenal finally win some silverware again after becoming the club's latest high-profile summer signing.

The Spaniard is certainly the calibre of player Arsene Wenger needed to add to his squad but does he now have enough quality and strength in depth to challenge the Manchester clubs and Chelsea for the Premier League title in 2012-13?

Wenger: Arsenal are contenders

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Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has warned the club's title rivals to not take them lightly as he confidently attempts to lead the new-look Gunners back to the Premier League summit.

The last time Wenger celebrated winning the league was with 'The Invincibles' at the end of the 2003-04 campaign and despite winning the FA Cup the following season, the Frenchman has since suffered seven straight seasons without a trophy.

Cazorla signing brings a much-needed buzz

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When the club finally confirmed on Tuesday after weeks of rumours the signing of Malaga midfielder Santi Cazorla, it brought about an excitement in me, and seemingly Arsenal fans everywhere, that hasn't been felt for a long time.

Perhaps it is simply because he joins other exciting players, Podolski and Giroud, and because we have not yet sold a big player (emphasis on the 'yet'), in what has been a refreshingly enjoyable summer transfer window.

Arsenal’s new confidence has come from buying experienced winners

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Experience builds confidence by Chris Over the last 7 seasons, the problem with Arsenal not winning silverware, has, in my opinion been a ‘mental' issue, a question of belief. We have been SO close to Trophy success at times since 2005, it is hard to take, that we missed out each time. In 2007 – [.

Alex Song vs Andre Santos Arsenal penalty shoot-out

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When your club hasn't won a trophy for seven seasons, as a squad you could be excused for feeling the pressure going into the new campaign. But that certainly isn't the case at Arsenal despite the barren run of silverware, as Gunners defender Andre Santos and midfielder Alex Song enjoyed a relaxed game of penalties [.

Santi: Former Gunners influenced switch

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Arsenal's latest signing Santi Cazorla has partly attributed his decision to move to North London to glowing recommendations from former Gunners Robert Pires and Cesc Fabregas.

Cazorla played alongside Frenchman Pires during the duo's stint at Villarreal and the winger teamed up with Fabregas as recently as this summer's Euro 2012 triumph with Spain.

Cazorla targets next level with Arsenal

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New Arsenal signing Santi Cazorla feels that the forthcoming campaign will provide both him and the Gunners with an opportunity to take the long-awaited next step in their respective developments.

Cazorla, 27, has long been renowned in his native Spain but spent most of his career at Villarreal before moving to Malaga last summer.

How much do Arsenal want a trophy?

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I know that it sounds like a stupid question, but what I mean is, what would we be prepared to sacrifice in order to get our hands on some silverware? If we had won the Carling cup, would that have kept the wolves (not the team) at bay for a while? At the minute, nobody [...]

Chelsea’s Ashley Cole arrives on Twitter, slaps down Arsenal fans with immediate effect

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Chelsea left-back Ashley Cole followed in the footsteps of Rio Ferdinand, Wayne Rooney and co yesterday by joining the Twitter ranks and it is fair to say he received a fairly frosty reception from Arsenal fans, who still feel somewhat tetchy about the defender's acrimonious departure from the north London club.

Will Arsenal ever become a lean, mean, defending machine again?

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Over the last few weeks, we have had in-depth discussions about whether we need to strengthen our midfield this summer, as well as how we should fit in our freshly signed strikers, Giroud and Podolski. Clearly, these are areas we can all get very excited about, but the area we have not been talking about for a while is our 49 PL-goals leaking defence.


Manchester United new boy Marouane Fellaini: ‘I want to win trophies’

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Marouane Fellaini says he has joined Manchester United because he wants to win trophies. The Belgium international was aware that former club Everton were keen for him to stay. But after five years at Goodison Park the 25-year-old felt it was time to move on to pursue his ambitions of winning silverware and playing in [.

Photo: Spurs target Erik Lamela and his boyhood trophy haul

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Erik Lamela at 12 years old. With all his trophies. Addicted to Spurs (@AddictedtoSpurs) August 22, 2013 Erik Lamela is just about to pack up and move to London ahead of his transfer to Tottenham. The question is, how many of these trophies will he be bringing with him? This photo has surfaced, [.

Chelsea players get ‘short shrift’ over Europa League bonus enquiry

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Chelsea's players reportedly got a very prompt reply to their enquiries as to whether they would be in line for a bonus for winning the Europa League. The Champions League holders put out the feelers to see if they would be in-line for a bumper pay day if they won Uefa's second-tier silverware instead this [.

Futbolita Exclusive : Sergio Aguero Speaks To Us About Maradona, His Dream Start In The Premier League & More

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Two weeks ago, Futbolita covered Manchester City on tour and caught up with their star striker and possibly the worst football-singer in the world, Sergio "El Kun" Aguero.
It's true what we'd been speculating all along you could really ask Kun anything about Maradona, terrible hotel food, advise for kids and his feelings about being forced to learn English, and he'd either give you a brilliant answer or an equally humorous reaction.

[Starhub League Cup 2012] Let the show begin...

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Up for grab again.Here we go again as tomorrow will see the resuming of the League Cup competition with another chance for the clubs to complete for a silverware.

What has made it more interesting is that everyone will have their fair share of chances of grabbing one of the two pieces of silverware offered in this mid-season tournament now renamed as "Starhub League Cup" with the sponsorship that tied with the package announced earlier of the year.


Rafa Benitez uses Chelsea arrival to criticise former Liverpool owners

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Rafa Benitez is beloved by Liverpool fans. He can't help but tell them exactly what they want to hear, even when he's starting a new job at a completely different club. The Spaniard used his first round of interviews as Chelsea's interim manager to hit out at former Liverpool owners Tom Hicks and George Gillett.

Manchester City defender Kolo Toure gives Community Shield medal to fan

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Out-of-favour Manchester City defender Kolo Toure reportedly gave away his Community Shield medal in protest at being snubbed by manager Roberto Mancini. The 31-year-old was not picked for the victory over Chelsea and, as a consequence, was not overly appreciative of his silverware. The Ivorian centre-back exchanged angry words with Mancini after giving the medal [.

Friendly Season

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It's that time of the MLS season when foreign clubs are in the US preparing for their seasons in Europe and play a few games against MLS and foreign competition. Kansas City joins in on that tomorrow when they take on French champions, Montpellier at Livestrong Sporting Park. Earlier today I posted a bit of a look at Montpellier HSC and some of their players ahead of the game.

Tottenham Hotspur

Projected Tottenham lineup against Norwich City in Capital One Cup

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Hugo Lloris of Tottenham Hotspur FC (Photo by Dimitri Messinis/EuroFootball/Getty Images)

Andre Villas-Boas will lead Tottenham into another round of the Capital One Cup tonight as he hopes to continue his quest for a first piece of English silverware. His club has looked equally as impressive as disappointing at times this season, but he will hope that the former is the case in tonight's Oct 31, 2012 tie with Norwich City.

VIEW FROM THE ENEMY: Spurs fan on signing Rooney, losing to United and AVB

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Nothing is certain but death and taxes... and not losing to Spurs. They may score from the half way line in the last minute, plain for all to see, but it won't be given. They may be 3-0 up at half-time, but we'll score five in the second half. They may believe they have a freekick after one of our players blatantly handballs it, but the ref will play advantage and we will score a goal regardless.

Walcott backs Wenger Leadership

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The wait continues for Arsenal to secure a piece of silverware but winger, Theo Walcott, believes there is the potential in the squad and the right man in charge to bring titles to the club.
Despite the fine football we constantly see coming out of the Emirates year after year, the Gunners are still looking to claim their first title since the FA Cup back in 2005.

Everton FC

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TweetYear after year Everton defy the odds with a team thin on the ground. But now they seem to have a side that is strong and settled. Can this be the year that David Moyes and the Toffees finally win the silverware they truly desire. Starting from the back and based on last year's record [...]

Great Football League Teams 38: Liverpool 1893-4

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Liverpool's first promotion into the top flight of English football came but a year after the founding of the club in 1892 and it's as well to remind ourselves of the circumstances preceding this first gathering of silverware. For the Liver Birds were actually founded as a splinter group from Everton following an internecine dispute that saw patron, brewer and Tory councillor (ouch) John Houlding and his fellow freemason John McKenna break away.

Champions League

Toronto v CD Aguila... or this is why you go to ALL the games, just incase something happens.

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Sorry, I did this from memory.
I think they rescued a princess once...
it's like the stars above a crest for winning tournaments.

I think I could really get excited about this tournament... except nobody else really does. Sure, the smaller Central American/Caribbean national champs probably look at this as "the big time" but I fear no one else does.

Make or break season for Arsene Wenger

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It seems to some Arsenal supporters that the club is stuck in some sort of time warp and the year is still 2005. Or perhaps it's more similar to the Hollywood film "Groundhog Day" where the same thing keeps happening day after day. But with the Gunners it's the same thing year after year. They fail to win any silverware, but consistently finish in the top four and make the Champions League, where they ultimately get knocked out at various stages of the tournament.

The Rest

Sporting KC strive for more silverware

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On Wednesday night, Sporting KC defeated the Seattle Sounders in a penalty shootout to win the US Open Cup. The championship was the first piece of silverware for the organization since last winning the USOC in 2004.

With the USOC behind them, the club now aspires to add an MLS Cup Championship and CONCACAF Champions League trophy to their collection.

Sounders at Sporting KC Open Cup Final - Three Questions

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Are you stuck on gameday trying to wrap your head around this thing called "Going for a historical championship?" Just think what's going through the heads of the players. Not the Seattle Sounders players, they are a bit use to this. Even though a third of the team was not in the last US Open Cup final, Sigi Schmid says they are ready.

Consistent Selection is Key to Euro Success - Fergie

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Manchester United manager, Sir Alex Ferguson, puts his team's poor performance in Europe, last year, down to a lack of consistency in selection.
"Last season we changed the team too much and it backfired," Ferguson said, following his team's exit from the Champions League in the group stages, and subsequent defeat in the Europa League at the hands of Athletic Bilbao.

Coming to America: Troph̩e des Champions РMontpellier vs. Lyon

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Tomorrow, Ligue 1 winner Montpellier will be facing Lyon in the Trophée des Champions, otherwise known as the French Supercup. Lyon have won this trophy seven times, more than any other team in the league. Also significant is that this is the fourth year in a row that this competition will be held on foreign soil.

England’s need: The Spanish technique

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In the aftermath of Spain's memorable Euro 2012 triumph earlier this month, there have been many comparisons between the current Spanish side and England's under-achieving Three Lions.

A little over four years ago, both teams were considered to be on par: extremely talented but unable to shine at the big stage.