An Arsenal fan has described what it was like to finally meet his 'hero' Arsene Wenger at London Colney recently and it seems the encounter couldn't have gone better.
Ah, the Europa League! Some hate it, some refuse to acknowledge it but I think most Arsenal fans have grown to love it over the past few group stage matches. Well, at least I have!
As any other Arsenal fan from abroad, visiting London and watching Arsenal play was on the top of my bucket list. This month, it finally happened.
Here is a story from a few seasons ago, when I had a small involvement in an international move.
Going to Paris on your own or with just a couple of you? Don’t fancy getting bevvied up with the away fans? Having just been to Paris a month or so ago, I thought of some things to check out that might not make it to a tour guide or on a fan’s itinerary.
For every fan that gets to go to every game, there are a hundred more that will never have that chance, so I thought I'd use this week's column to describe what a matchday in the life of Helen looks like, in an effort to share the experience.
Arsenal are going to win the league this season.
With all the transfer doom and gloom surrounding Arsenal at the moment, it's easy to lose sight of reasons that we should actually get pretty excited about the new Premier League season starting on Saturday (Sunday for us).
After we reported that Robin van Persie was being linked with a move back to Arsenal, we noticed that just about every Gooner commenting on the situation would rather stick wasps where the sun don't shine, which gave us an idea.
With the news breaking that Dutch manager, Ronald Koeman, has signed for Everton, we put it to you: did Arsenal have a lucky escape by not signing him?
Inevitably, in the absence of the potential Vardy transfer meeting deadlines guessed at by journalists, the vacuum of news has been gleefully filled by anyone with a desire to sell stories. Regardless of whether or not there is a story to sell.
Being a football supporter is rarely a rational thing, but for some it's more serious than for others. Is that you?
A summer without the Premier League doesn't have to be football-less doom and gloom. Unless that's what you want, that is.
Can you fall out of love with football?