Archive | December 2008

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Interview with Arsenal legend David Seaman

Arsenal SPOT will publish exciting interviews held by Eurosport recently with three Gunners’ legends. All men answered idle questions in 60 seconds since saying goodbye to Arsenal. And to kick things off, the first is with goalkeeping hero, David Seaman. (Seaman was talking to Tony Mabert while training for Soccer Aid, ITV’s benefit match in […]

New twist in Arshavin’s Arsenal link revealed by player’s agent

By Randy Osae Andrei Arshavin’s so-claimed potential transfer to Arsenal has had it’s likelihood increased by quotes from the player’s agent earlier today. Dennis Lachter says his client has always been fancied by Arsenal and Arsene Wenger himself, but only time will tell if a deal to lure the Russian hit-man to London will happen. […]

Brazilian forward is Arsenal’s first new year signing

By Randy Osae Arsene Wenger’s premier legitimate signing for the new year is believed to be in the form of Brazilian 15 year-old striker, Wellington Carlos Da Silva. The Fluminese youngster reportedly completed a 7-day trial (in which he scored four goals against Norwich City on under 16 level) with Arsenal recently and have impressed […]

Match Reaction: Arsenal 1-0 Portsmouth

By Karl M. Tinsley MY 3 STARS #1. WILLIAM GALLAS: aka Willy “G” came up big late in the match as he is known to do. Clutch, clutch goal from the central defender. I felt him losing the “C” would take alot of pressure off his shoulders and let him just focus on his game […]

Player Ratings & Analysis: Arsenal 1-0 Portsmouth

By Randy Osae (From this new year on, there will be ratings on majority of Arsenal’s matches from Randy, myself.) Manuel Almunia  = 6.5 All he had to do was come catch a few alerting balls and Crouch’s header did catch him unaware somehow. He was not under Friday’s pressure. So very quiet. Abou Diaby […]

Preview: Arsenal vs Portsmouth

By Randy Osae Arsenal can only shift one way now. 2008 has not been a year to forget by any means…for the better part, it was what might have been. Some amnesia is required for this erratic first half of the season, and the preceding share of the term appeals for real steadiness.

Wenger RULES OUT January transfer moves

By Randy Osae Arsene Wenger has heated up fumes of the Arsenal faithful by insisting spending in the transfer window – which has been eagerly demanded amid woeful team performances – is not currently at his consideration. After the traumatic stalemate with Aston Villa, the Arsenal boss was caught by both Sky Sports and BBC […]