Get Scorum Blog AppInstall and read again anytime!

Soccer / arsenal

svarogbgupdated
Importance of Newcastle victory over Arsenal
Newcastle won Arsenal 2:0 on Monday, but all what I can read and hear is moaning why Arsenal was not so good, why they didn't do this or that and very little credit to Newcastle players! Arsenal was not alone on the pitch, there was Newcastle there too you know. They proved they are big club and I will explain you why and importance of this winning. First off all they didn't just win, but literally batter Arsenal, they could score couple more goals. Remember C. Wilson unlucky long shot effort and 2 on 1 chance which didn't end up with goal. First I want to point out on Allan Saint-maximin. Arteta put Tomiyasu on right back rightfully scared that Cedric will be no match for Allan. However Allan terrorized Tomiyasu during much of first half making quick runs near him, causing panic, had one shot from around edge of box saved by Ramsdale. Japanese ended up injured near the end of first half. i guess Allan dribbles him to much. Cedric came in and that was game over for Gunners. Newcastle midfield was two steps above Arsenal, canceling most of attacks near center doing incredible job. Arsenal players who by the way have serious disciplinary issues allowed that helpless anger overtake them and one of them elbowed Newcastle player who fell unconscious on the ground and his team mate saved his life by ensuring that he doesn't swallow his tongue! Is that this 'beautiful game' Arteta talked about after match against Tottenham ? Did they plan to do the same to Son and referee corrupted their insane plans ? I still can't understand why that was not straight red card. Callum Wilson also lost tooth during this match, but gave legendary statement after saying: "I lost tooth, but I'd always accept to lose tooth for night like this." I live in country where if you ask me football league is rigged where it's usual that team who doesn't need points let other team win easy just like Chelsea did with Arsenal game compromising integrity of competition. I must say teams here make it less obvious than this what Chelsea did. They don't just pass to opponent in space to score goal, but make some less visible mistake like don't jump on cross or not track their player in attack. Newcastle thus literally returned faith in honesty in football. I must say I didn't doubt for a second players would like to be on top level, I was scared a bit because owners are from Saudi Arabia and thought they might like to see pro Jewish owned team Tottenham out of Champions League and just order players to let them win, but I was wrong. They are honest people, Amanda Stanley who look like Star War princess even came on pitch to congratulate to players giving them five, hugs and gave a kiss to scorer of the second goal! Mrs. Amanda Stanley and Saudi owners deserve credit for this honest game too! What to say about Callum Wilson ? To have long term injury and come back and in first game play like that ? That was insane! He told also he watched NLD few days ago noticed some things about Arsenal defense. I'm glad we helped him. He helped us with this extraordinary performance! That is how every team should play including Norwich against my club Tottenham on Sunday. I have no doubt they will also play like their lives depend on result just like Newcastle did! I don't want to go in Champions League because someone let me go, but because I am so good to win against them when they play the best with full effort! For Arsenal fans before you message Callum Wilson saying he will lose all tooth in next season on Emirates remember how already relegated Newcastle won Tottenham 5:1 few seasons ago. That is beauty of Premier League! You come not ready underestimate and you got battered easily. If Sky Sport, Talk Sport, BBC Sport won't say that I will say this instead of them: Well done Newcastle you returned faith in honesty in football! We - Tottenham also won Leicester 2:4 last season when it meant very little for us in terms of place on the table and send Leicester out of CL. That victory helped Chelsea to end 4th on the table. We don't like Chelsea to put it nicely, but we also play honestly! Honesty does pay!
0.00
6
0

svarogbgupdated
Importance of Newcastle victory over Arsenal
Newcastle won Arsenal 2:0 on Monday, but all what I can read and hear is moaning why Arsenal was not so good, why they didn't do this or that and very little credit to Newcastle players! Arsenal was not alone on the pitch, there was Newcastle there too you know. They proved they are big club and I will explain you why and importance of this winning. First off all they didn't just win, but literally batter Arsenal, they could score couple more goals. Remember C. Wilson unlucky long shot effort and 2 on 1 chance which didn't end up with goal. First I want to point out on Allan Saint-maximin. Arteta put Tomiyasu on right back rightfully scared that Cedric will be no match for Allan. However Allan terrorized Tomiyasu during much of first half making quick runs near him, causing panic, had one shot from around edge of box saved by Ramsdale. Japanese ended up injured near the end of first half. i guess Allan dribbles him to much. Cedric came in and that was game over for Gunners. Newcastle midfield was two steps above Arsenal, canceling most of attacks near center doing incredible job. Arsenal players who by the way have serious disciplinary issues allowed that helpless anger overtake them and one of them elbowed Newcastle player who fell unconscious on the ground and his team mate saved his life by ensuring that he doesn't swallow his tongue! Is that this 'beautiful game' Arteta talked about after match against Tottenham ? Did they plan to do the same to Son and referee corrupted their insane plans ? I still can't understand why that was not straight red card. Callum Wilson also lost tooth during this match, but gave legendary statement after saying: "I lost tooth, but I'd always accept to lose tooth for night like this." I live in country where if you ask me football league is rigged where it's usual that team who doesn't need points let other team win easy just like Chelsea did with Arsenal game compromising integrity of competition. I must say teams here make it less obvious than this what Chelsea did. They don't just pass to opponent in space to score goal, but make some less visible mistake like don't jump on cross or not track their player in attack. Newcastle thus literally returned faith in honesty in football. I must say I didn't doubt for a second players would like to be on top level, I was scared a bit because owners are from Saudi Arabia and thought they might like to see pro Jewish owned team Tottenham out of Champions League and just order players to let them win, but I was wrong. They are honest people, Amanda Stanley who look like Star War princess even came on pitch to congratulate to players giving them five, hugs and gave a kiss to scorer of the second goal! Mrs. Amanda Stanley and Saudi owners deserve credit for this honest game too! What to say about Callum Wilson ? To have long term injury and come back and in first game play like that ? That was insane! He told also he watched NLD few days ago noticed some things about Arsenal defense. I'm glad we helped him. He helped us with this extraordinary performance! That is how every team should play including Norwich against my club Tottenham on Sunday. I have no doubt they will also play like their lives depend on result just like Newcastle did! I don't want to go in Champions League because someone let me go, but because I am so good to win against them when they play the best with full effort! For Arsenal fans before you message Callum Wilson saying he will lose all tooth in next season on Emirates remember how already relegated Newcastle won Tottenham 5:1 few seasons ago. That is beauty of Premier League! You come not ready underestimate and you got battered easily. If Sky Sport, Talk Sport, BBC Sport won't say that I will say this instead of them: Well done Newcastle you returned faith in honesty in football! We - Tottenham also won Leicester 2:4 last season when it meant very little for us in terms of place on the table and send Leicester out of CL. That victory helped Chelsea to end 4th on the table. We don't like Chelsea to put it nicely, but we also play honestly! Honesty does pay!
0.00
6
0

svarogbgupdated
Importance of Newcastle victory over Arsenal
Newcastle won Arsenal 2:0 on Monday, but all what I can read and hear is moaning why Arsenal was not so good, why they didn't do this or that and very little credit to Newcastle players! Arsenal was not alone on the pitch, there was Newcastle there too you know. They proved they are big club and I will explain you why and importance of this winning. First off all they didn't just win, but literally batter Arsenal, they could score couple more goals. Remember C. Wilson unlucky long shot effort and 2 on 1 chance which didn't end up with goal. First I want to point out on Allan Saint-maximin. Arteta put Tomiyasu on right back rightfully scared that Cedric will be no match for Allan. However Allan terrorized Tomiyasu during much of first half making quick runs near him, causing panic, had one shot from around edge of box saved by Ramsdale. Japanese ended up injured near the end of first half. i guess Allan dribbles him to much. Cedric came in and that was game over for Gunners. Newcastle midfield was two steps above Arsenal, canceling most of attacks near center doing incredible job. Arsenal players who by the way have serious disciplinary issues allowed that helpless anger overtake them and one of them elbowed Newcastle player who fell unconscious on the ground and his team mate saved his life by ensuring that he doesn't swallow his tongue! Is that this 'beautiful game' Arteta talked about after match against Tottenham ? Did they plan to do the same to Son and referee corrupted their insane plans ? I still can't understand why that was not straight red card. Callum Wilson also lost tooth during this match, but gave legendary statement after saying: "I lost tooth, but I'd always accept to lose tooth for night like this." I live in country where if you ask me football league is rigged where it's usual that team who doesn't need points let other team win easy just like Chelsea did with Arsenal game compromising integrity of competition. I must say teams here make it less obvious than this what Chelsea did. They don't just pass to opponent in space to score goal, but make some less visible mistake like don't jump on cross or not track their player in attack. Newcastle thus literally returned faith in honesty in football. I must say I didn't doubt for a second players would like to be on top level, I was scared a bit because owners are from Saudi Arabia and thought they might like to see pro Jewish owned team Tottenham out of Champions League and just order players to let them win, but I was wrong. They are honest people, Amanda Stanley who look like Star War princess even came on pitch to congratulate to players giving them five, hugs and gave a kiss to scorer of the second goal! Mrs. Amanda Stanley and Saudi owners deserve credit for this honest game too! What to say about Callum Wilson ? To have long term injury and come back and in first game play like that ? That was insane! He told also he watched NLD few days ago noticed some things about Arsenal defense. I'm glad we helped him. He helped us with this extraordinary performance! That is how every team should play including Norwich against my club Tottenham on Sunday. I have no doubt they will also play like their lives depend on result just like Newcastle did! I don't want to go in Champions League because someone let me go, but because I am so good to win against them when they play the best with full effort! For Arsenal fans before you message Callum Wilson saying he will lose all tooth in next season on Emirates remember how already relegated Newcastle won Tottenham 5:1 few seasons ago. That is beauty of Premier League! You come not ready underestimate and you got battered easily. If Sky Sport, Talk Sport, BBC Sport won't say that I will say this instead of them: Well done Newcastle you returned faith in honesty in football! We - Tottenham also won Leicester 2:4 last season when it meant very little for us in terms of place on the table and send Leicester out of CL. That victory helped Chelsea to end 4th on the table. We don't like Chelsea to put it nicely, but we also play honestly! Honesty does pay!
0.00
6
0
ogeewitty
A SAD NIGHT FOR THE ARSENAL FAN BASE
Why play so close to the sea when you don't want to wet? Why did you give us so much hope and suddenly elope into thin air, dashing our hearts to pieces? These are the kind of thoughts that would be running through the minds of the fans of my dear club. It happened just last night, with the knowledge that last night Tottenham had beaten Burnley one nil. Tottenham is named here because they occupied the fourth position(with Arsenal having a game in hand) before last night's event. Tottenham has 68 points with a +24 goals difference, whilst Arsenal had 66 points with a +4 goals difference. So the event last night was Arsenal's meeting with Newcastle United, a team sitting in 14th position with 43 points, the kind of position and points total that in football we say they have nothing to really play for, at this time of the season. Alas that "nothing to play for" mantra seemed to emboldened Newcastle that they played fearlessly,consistently and very organised. The Arsenal fan sitting by my side to watch the match told me with a confident mien as the match started that Newcastle has not scored a single goal in the last ten matches. To his utter amazement Newcastle were playing like a team who is so used to scoring and Arsenal playing the opposite way. What was going on he wondered? He concluded by half-time that his team was too tensed up because of the importance of the match, that he expects them to come out in the second half more relaxed and playing their usual game. It was nil all at half-time. The second half came calling and there was no marked improvement by Arsenal, Newcastle continued what they were doing in the first-half– press Arsenal's defence-line heavily and just incase the beat the press,never allow them time on the ball,using robust tackles. Arsenal should have known that's the way Newcastle will play because that's how they play big clubs. Arteta inexplicably couldn't find a way around Newcastle's style,his midfield collapsed because of this, with star man, Odegaard, missing(eventhough he was on from start to finish) throughout the match. Newcastle eventually ran out with a well deserved two nil victory. Notable stars last night were Allan Saint-Maximin and Bruno Guimarães, even so it was a fine team performance by all and sundry. As for the Gunners, it was heart-break. The players were not in a hurry to leave the pitch,one at least sat on the pitch, it all looked like a loss in a cup final. You needed to see some Arsenal supporters sit back in the stands looking so sad, that's not even the Emirates, it was Newcastle's home, but the fans didn't care to rush home, they sat with that dejected kind of look in their faces. Well the players and fans are looking at the big picture and they know this lost match was their most realistic chance to get back into the big league – the Champions league– after several years of absence. If Even a victory for Arsenal against Everton,their next and final match of the season will hardly suffice, if Tottenham draws Norwich in their final match. If Tottenham gets a lone goal draw for example ,Arsenal needs to beat Everton with as much as 21 goals to sneak into the Champions league ahead of Tottenham, because of the massive goals difference disparity with Tottenham. It is the case that a few of us are supporters not fans. My own definition of a fan labels the fan a fanatic,whilst the supporter is more broad minded. Like I said, that's my own definition please. I already knew that the Arsenal board isn't insisting on a Champions League qualification for Arteta this season, so this loss isn't such a big deal to them. It is contained in my post, Arsenal,Arteta,Attrition. It's painful or intriguing but doesn't the choice of Arteta as coach, also elicit same emotions? The earlier fans understand these things,the better. The man, Arteta is here to stay, he only recently signed a contract extension because the board is satisfied with his work. Infact an Europa league qualification will more than please the board. We hail the Gunners. Cheers
0.00
8
0
ogeewitty
A SAD NIGHT FOR THE ARSENAL FAN BASE
Why play so close to the sea when you don't want to wet? Why did you give us so much hope and suddenly elope into thin air, dashing our hearts to pieces? These are the kind of thoughts that would be running through the minds of the fans of my dear club. It happened just last night, with the knowledge that last night Tottenham had beaten Burnley one nil. Tottenham is named here because they occupied the fourth position(with Arsenal having a game in hand) before last night's event. Tottenham has 68 points with a +24 goals difference, whilst Arsenal had 66 points with a +4 goals difference. So the event last night was Arsenal's meeting with Newcastle United, a team sitting in 14th position with 43 points, the kind of position and points total that in football we say they have nothing to really play for, at this time of the season. Alas that "nothing to play for" mantra seemed to emboldened Newcastle that they played fearlessly,consistently and very organised. The Arsenal fan sitting by my side to watch the match told me with a confident mien as the match started that Newcastle has not scored a single goal in the last ten matches. To his utter amazement Newcastle were playing like a team who is so used to scoring and Arsenal playing the opposite way. What was going on he wondered? He concluded by half-time that his team was too tensed up because of the importance of the match, that he expects them to come out in the second half more relaxed and playing their usual game. It was nil all at half-time. The second half came calling and there was no marked improvement by Arsenal, Newcastle continued what they were doing in the first-half– press Arsenal's defence-line heavily and just incase the beat the press,never allow them time on the ball,using robust tackles. Arsenal should have known that's the way Newcastle will play because that's how they play big clubs. Arteta inexplicably couldn't find a way around Newcastle's style,his midfield collapsed because of this, with star man, Odegaard, missing(eventhough he was on from start to finish) throughout the match. Newcastle eventually ran out with a well deserved two nil victory. Notable stars last night were Allan Saint-Maximin and Bruno Guimarães, even so it was a fine team performance by all and sundry. As for the Gunners, it was heart-break. The players were not in a hurry to leave the pitch,one at least sat on the pitch, it all looked like a loss in a cup final. You needed to see some Arsenal supporters sit back in the stands looking so sad, that's not even the Emirates, it was Newcastle's home, but the fans didn't care to rush home, they sat with that dejected kind of look in their faces. Well the players and fans are looking at the big picture and they know this lost match was their most realistic chance to get back into the big league – the Champions league– after several years of absence. If Even a victory for Arsenal against Everton,their next and final match of the season will hardly suffice, if Tottenham draws Norwich in their final match. If Tottenham gets a lone goal draw for example ,Arsenal needs to beat Everton with as much as 21 goals to sneak into the Champions league ahead of Tottenham, because of the massive goals difference disparity with Tottenham. It is the case that a few of us are supporters not fans. My own definition of a fan labels the fan a fanatic,whilst the supporter is more broad minded. Like I said, that's my own definition please. I already knew that the Arsenal board isn't insisting on a Champions League qualification for Arteta this season, so this loss isn't such a big deal to them. It is contained in my post, Arsenal,Arteta,Attrition. It's painful or intriguing but doesn't the choice of Arteta as coach, also elicit same emotions? The earlier fans understand these things,the better. The man, Arteta is here to stay, he only recently signed a contract extension because the board is satisfied with his work. Infact an Europa league qualification will more than please the board. We hail the Gunners. Cheers
0.00
8
0
ogeewitty
A SAD NIGHT FOR THE ARSENAL FAN BASE
Why play so close to the sea when you don't want to wet? Why did you give us so much hope and suddenly elope into thin air, dashing our hearts to pieces? These are the kind of thoughts that would be running through the minds of the fans of my dear club. It happened just last night, with the knowledge that last night Tottenham had beaten Burnley one nil. Tottenham is named here because they occupied the fourth position(with Arsenal having a game in hand) before last night's event. Tottenham has 68 points with a +24 goals difference, whilst Arsenal had 66 points with a +4 goals difference. So the event last night was Arsenal's meeting with Newcastle United, a team sitting in 14th position with 43 points, the kind of position and points total that in football we say they have nothing to really play for, at this time of the season. Alas that "nothing to play for" mantra seemed to emboldened Newcastle that they played fearlessly,consistently and very organised. The Arsenal fan sitting by my side to watch the match told me with a confident mien as the match started that Newcastle has not scored a single goal in the last ten matches. To his utter amazement Newcastle were playing like a team who is so used to scoring and Arsenal playing the opposite way. What was going on he wondered? He concluded by half-time that his team was too tensed up because of the importance of the match, that he expects them to come out in the second half more relaxed and playing their usual game. It was nil all at half-time. The second half came calling and there was no marked improvement by Arsenal, Newcastle continued what they were doing in the first-half– press Arsenal's defence-line heavily and just incase the beat the press,never allow them time on the ball,using robust tackles. Arsenal should have known that's the way Newcastle will play because that's how they play big clubs. Arteta inexplicably couldn't find a way around Newcastle's style,his midfield collapsed because of this, with star man, Odegaard, missing(eventhough he was on from start to finish) throughout the match. Newcastle eventually ran out with a well deserved two nil victory. Notable stars last night were Allan Saint-Maximin and Bruno Guimarães, even so it was a fine team performance by all and sundry. As for the Gunners, it was heart-break. The players were not in a hurry to leave the pitch,one at least sat on the pitch, it all looked like a loss in a cup final. You needed to see some Arsenal supporters sit back in the stands looking so sad, that's not even the Emirates, it was Newcastle's home, but the fans didn't care to rush home, they sat with that dejected kind of look in their faces. Well the players and fans are looking at the big picture and they know this lost match was their most realistic chance to get back into the big league – the Champions league– after several years of absence. If Even a victory for Arsenal against Everton,their next and final match of the season will hardly suffice, if Tottenham draws Norwich in their final match. If Tottenham gets a lone goal draw for example ,Arsenal needs to beat Everton with as much as 21 goals to sneak into the Champions league ahead of Tottenham, because of the massive goals difference disparity with Tottenham. It is the case that a few of us are supporters not fans. My own definition of a fan labels the fan a fanatic,whilst the supporter is more broad minded. Like I said, that's my own definition please. I already knew that the Arsenal board isn't insisting on a Champions League qualification for Arteta this season, so this loss isn't such a big deal to them. It is contained in my post, Arsenal,Arteta,Attrition. It's painful or intriguing but doesn't the choice of Arteta as coach, also elicit same emotions? The earlier fans understand these things,the better. The man, Arteta is here to stay, he only recently signed a contract extension because the board is satisfied with his work. Infact an Europa league qualification will more than please the board. We hail the Gunners. Cheers
0.00
8
0
0.00
6
1
0.00
6
1
0.00
6
1
0.00
8
0
0.00
8
0
0.00
8
0
0.00
8
0
0.00
8
0
0.00
8
0
0.00
6
0
0.00
6
0
0.00
6
0
0.00
8
0
0.00
8
0
0.00
8
0
0.00
7
0
0.00
7
0
0.00
7
0