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Three things we learned from Arsenal’s historic FA Cup win over Chelsea.

In what was an enthralling end to end FA Cup tie, it was Arsenal who prevailed over Chelsea with a 2-1 win at Wembley. The emphatic win means Arsenal have won 13 FA Cups in their history, with 7 of them orchestrated from the hands of Arsène Wenger. Read More »

Three Arsenal players that must leave to save their careers

At every club, there are always those players who have the ability to do it all but for whatever reason, they’re not given the opportunities. At Arsenal, we have several players that possess all the ability & tools to succeed but the loser’s mentality of the manager is holds them back. Read More »

How Wales should line-up against Republic of Ireland

The Wales team celebrates

It’s a crunch match. From a Wales perspective, many fear it will be a case of “do or die”. A win would set the Welsh back on track, whilst a draw would continue their stuttering form, and a loss would be disastrous. Read More »

The best (or worst) unethical footballer haircuts

World journeyman and Ghanaian football legend, Asamoah Gyan has recently been found guilty of having “unethical hair” by the UAE FA. Whilst it’s unknown whether Gyan will be making a swift appointment at the barbers or not, there’s no better time to look at some of the best unethical hairstyles from footballers past and present. Read More »

Aaron Ramsey needs a move away from the Emirates

Aaron Ramsey is a player blessed with exceptional talent, but he losing in the race to fulfil his potential. Through no fault of his own, however. His move to the Emirates from Cardiff City for £5m appeared to be the perfect fit, and for a time it was – yet, his career at Arsenal has recently stagnated and he needs ... Read More »

The Welsh dragons fire on

Wales continue to defy the odds after a convincing 3-1 win over one of the pre-tournament favourites, Belgium. The Welsh who are in their first major tournament since 1950, just keeps on exceeding expectations. Read More »

Euro 2016: The story of Days 9-11

Euro 2016 is moving along at a brisk pace, we are drawing ever nearer to the start of the knockout stages, ultimately leading up to the finale on July 10th. Seven games were played in the competition between Saturday and Monday, with eight of the teams playing their final game of the group stages. Read More »

The three ways England can beat Wales.

In recent times, it has been only rugby in which Wales can challenge England. The proud neighbours have always been a few steps behind the English with their football team struggling to match their neighbours. Wales best showing at a tournament was when they reached the quarter-finals in the 1958 tournament in Sweden. This is in comparison to England winning ... Read More »

Welsh Stars Must Step Up To Stop The Rot

It’s Round and It’s White’s resident columnist Rob Latham delivers his first weekly column for the new-look site, by taking a look at the current state of Welsh football. Read More »

Match Report: Arsenal 0-0 Chelsea (Arsenal Fan’s Perspective)

Arsenal and Chelsea shared the spoils in a disappointing, far from entertaining stalemate at Emirates Stadium. Both sides cancelled each other out with their minds seemingly on other issues. The Gunners appeared still in shock at losing to Wigan on Monday night, while Chelsea – who made eight changes from their energy-sapping win over Barcelona – had one eye on ... Read More »

Match Report: Arsenal 1-0 Manchester City (Arsenal Fan’s Perspective)

Mikel Arteta’s late strike all but ended Manchester City’s title bid on a pulsating afternoon at Emirates Stadium. With Manchester United having won earlier in the day a win was essential for City, who have dropped like the proverbial stone in recent weeks. Arsenal were hardly going to roll over for them, with the Gunners chasing third place and automatic ... Read More »

Match Report: QPR 2-1 Arsenal (Arsenal Fan’s Perspective)

Maybe they were complacent, may be after seven consecutive victories they had overlooked certain things, but Arsenal’s impressive run came to a crashing end with a defeat at QPR. The Gunners’ away form has been mixed all season, ranging from hard fought wins at Everton and Liverpool to disappointing defeats at Swansea and Fulham. On Saturday afternoon at Loftus Road, ... Read More »

Match Report: Arsenal 3-0 Aston Villa (Arsenal Fan’s Perspective)

Arsenal strolled to a seventh successive league victory over a poor Aston Villa side on a glorious afternoon at Emirates Stadium. A professional performance was delivered as The Gunners took full advantage of Tottenham and Chelsea dropping points against each other to tighten their grip on 3rd place, and open up a clear gap between themselves and their London rivals. ... Read More »

Match Report: Arsenal 2-1 Newcastle (Arsenal Fan’s Perspective)

Arsenal left it late to claim a fifth successive league victory and move three points clear of Chelsea, and just one behind arch-rivals Tottenham on another remarkable night of football at Emirates Stadium. The Gunners came flying out of the blocks and should have taken an early lead. Theo Walcott darted down the right and delivered an exquisite cross that Robin ... Read More »

Seeing Red

There was an enormous debate over the Vincent Kompany red card, which was awarded in the FA Cup tie against Manchester United. There is always a flip-side to every decision awarded by the referee.  There will be a significant number either agreeing with the decision the man with the whistle has awarded, while the other half will be busy preparing ... Read More »

Do Referees Know The Rules On Two-Footed Challenges?

In the past two weeks there have been three occasions in English football where the rule over the two-footed tackle has been challenged to its core, losing any of the consistency that was there in the first place. From the terraces and by watching the sport on television at home, it’s clear to see that the game has almost become ... Read More »

Arsenal 1-0 Udinese: Analysis

In a nerve-wracking, close Champions League Qualifier, Arsenal narrowly beat Udinese 1-0, thanks to an early goal from Theo Walcott. While the result gives Arsenal the advantage in the tie, the narrow margin of victory leaves the London side with plenty of work to do in the second leg. After a bright start, Arsenal were certainly riding their luck in ... Read More »

Barton Is Just What Arsenal Needs

Am I the only Arsenal fan out there who wants us to sign Joey Barton? Obviously the guy has a reputation and a dodgy history, but I for one can look past that and see the superb footballer that lies beneath. He is EXACTLY what Arsenal needs, a tough tackling, no nonsense central midfielder to clean up in front of the back ... Read More »

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