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  1. Consistently show the spirit of Reading

    Sam Limbert

    It might seem strange to think back to the Capital One Cup after the embarrassing week that Arsenal that have had (and if you weren't embarrassed by it, Arsene Wenger, the fans certainly were), but ahead of the game with Reading on Monday night, thou...

    Blog | December 15, 2012
  2. Are Arsenal an attractive transfer option?

    Sam Limbert

    The fall-out from the Capital One Cup exit against Bradford hasn't let up in the last couple of days, with thoughts turning to which players Arsenal could bring into the squad during January. It's difficult to talk about transfer targets a couple of ...

    Blog | December 13, 2012
  3. Arsenal pay price for complacency

    Sam Limbert

    On seeing the starting line-up for Tuesday's Capital One Cup quarter-final against Bradford City, it was both a surprise and a relief to see Arsene Wenger seemingly taking nothing to chance. The team he selected wouldn't have looked out of place in t...

    Blog | December 11, 2012
  4. The need for adventure

    Sam Limbert

    There will have been many fans who expected Arsenal to lose at Old Trafford. Before the match, a part of me feared that the team could be on the end of another embarrassing thumping. Optimism had been renewed slightly after the Capital One Cup comeba...

    Blog | November 04, 2012
  5. Can someone check my eyes?

    Sam Limbert

    I have a sore throat, probably a cold, most likely have some severe man-flu, but apparently my eyes are fine. I'm feeling many effects of being at the Madejski Stadium on Tuesday night, and am struggling to believe what I witnessed. 4-0 down, win ...

    Blog | October 30, 2012