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Report: Arsenal 4-1 Stoke

2008/09 has now come and gone. It was put to an end in resounding fashion today courtesy of a virtuoso season sign-off from top scorer Robin van Persie. The Dutchman had a hand in every single Arsenal as Stoke City studied revenge lesson when they came back to town. Arsene Wenger’s flirtation with Real Madrid, […]

Report: Manchester Utd. 0-0 Arsenal

By Randy Osae Arsenal managed to match the Premier League champions today through a compelling 0-0 draw which was nothing but a mutual conclusion for either side at Old Trafford. Manchester United had yet again scaled new heights while Arsene Wenger’s men retained their dignity which may promise a more competitive tilt next season for […]

Report: Arsenal 1-4 Chelsea

By Randy Osae For the second time in a week, Arsenal were humiliated on home patch as a result of been outgunned rather than outplayed. Ludicrous defending and profligate attacking scripted the story as Chelsea eased to a demoralizing 1-4 thumping – ending a sequence of a 21-game unbeaten league run by Arsenal. Again, Wenger […]

Report: Arsenal 1-3 Manchester Utd.

By Randy Osae Arsenal surrendered Rome dreams and a long, proud unbeaten home record in Europe at the hands of a very poised Manchester United tonight. Intentions of resurgence were undone within the initial 11 minutes of this second-leg courtesy of Park’s fluke and Ronaldo’s stunners. It was none more than a bitter reward to […]

Report: Portsmouth 0-3 Arsenal

A much altered Arsenal side continued their imperious Premier League form with another walk in the park at Fratton Park. Arsene Wenger had sprung eight changes to Wednesday’s toilers but even with his eleven resembling a Carling Cup set-up, Portsmouth could hardly handle the class of the youth – justified by a splendid brace and […]

Report: Man. United 1-0 Arsenal

By Randy Osae Arsenal will have to come back crawling for a berth in Rome after been thoroughly subdued by the champions in first attempt of this semi-final. Tonight’s succumbing drew similarities to their last visit to that so-called ‘theater of dreams’ – a 4-0 FA Cup mauling – but thanks to Almunia’s almost impervious […]