The variety of opinions we have at Arsenal is something I really admire, but at the season beginning it really annoyed me to see discussions going on between fan factions in which the goal seemed to be to shout down others into agreeing with your opinion.Add a comment
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Arsenal's record against top teams this season encouragingly juxtaposes the disastrous record of last year - with three wins and two draws from six big matches so far. With just the two wins from ten attempts last season against these same teams, Arsenal have seemingly learned the lessons of the past and that has been demonstrated with some superbly worked wins away at Manchester United in the FA Cup quarter final, away at Manchester City and at home against Liverpool in the Premier League.Add a comment
When Arsenal drew Monaco most fans were optimistic that for the first time in four years Arsenal could reach the quarter finals of the UEFA Champions League. No Bayern or Barcelona blocking our way this time. Arsenal had to play AS Monaco with the first leg at home. Our route to the quarter final looked straightforward but that's not how it worked out as Arsenal produced their worst performance of the season.Add a comment
Today on YouWrite we welcome Goonersphere.com reader Albrecht Schulz who tells us how he became a supporter of the greatest team the world has ever seen. Albrecht is a 24 year old German who until last year lived in Berlin.
How it all began.
When I was about 11 years old I started kicking the ball for a small football club in Berlin, 1.FC Karlshorst. I didn't stay there for long as I didn't have the passion for the game that I have today. For one and a half years I trained, played and had fun at Karlshort but I had no big motivation to strive to become a footballer nor even a become a fan of any club!Add a comment
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