Arsenal 6 Ludogorets Razgrad 0


Arsenal goals Alexis [13] Theo [41] Alex [47] Mesut [57, 83, 87]

Class is permanent, form is temporary, when they have both in sync The Gunners are electric. It’s still too early in the season to get carried away with the brilliance that we saw from Arsenal this evening, but it’s a great shot across the bows for the critics and the doubters.

Next up is the visit of Middlesbrough on Saturday 22 October 2016 kick off at 15.00 which will be interesting as, based on what we’ve seen so far, Arsenal are getting into gear and taking opponents apart.

Win, lose or draw, we support Arsenal evermore.


Arsenal 3 Swansea 2


Our goals were scored by Theo [26 & 33] and Mesut [57]

This is getting good but then we always believed it would. The Gunners are an enigma, the teams ability to mesmerize and outpass any opponent on the planet is legendary, it’s just it’s a bit inconsistent. What Arsenal have added to their performances of late is ‘mettle’, that wonderful ability to fight for everything and chase lost causes right up to the final whistle.

And then there’s class, Arsenal have oodles of it, it’s just it’s not ever present they way we’d like it. Time is going to tell if (once again) this is our season and we are real title contenders as, after all, it is still only October but, based on what we’ve seen so far, we cannot fault the desire the current squad are displaying.

Next up is our next UEFA Champions League game at home against Ludogorets Razgrad on Wednesday 19 October 2016 kicking off at 19.45

Win, lose or draw, we support Arsenal evermore.


Burnley 0 Arsenal 1


Well, that’s it, the Premiership is ours this season. They always say that the mark of true title winning sides is the ability to never ever give up until the final whistle has blown and with this match Arsenal proved they have the qualities to win no matter what.

Laurent bundled the ball into the net in the 92+ minute in a game where the Gunners had been misfiring and looking out of sorts, but we don’t care because yet again it’s 3 points in the bag and winning ugly will do for us.

Now there’s a bit of a break with our next game being at home to Swansea City on Saturday 15 October 2016 kick-off at 15.00

Win, lose or draw, we support Arsenal evermore.