Winnie O'Blindt

Manchester, England, 28th August 2021. Kieran Tierney of Arsenal reacts during the Premier League match at the Etihad Stadium, Manchester. Picture credit: Darren Staples / Sportimage

How Injuries Affected Arsenal’s Start to the 21/22 Season

Arsenal’s 21/22 Premier League season has started badly because of a series of summer injuries and COVID cases in the squad. This surprised punters at online casinos and sportsbooks.
Raheem Sterling left and Riyad Mahrez pose with the trophy after the Premier League match at the Etihad Stadium, Manchester. Picture date: Sunday May 23, 2021.

Who will win the Premier League?

The start of another Premier League season is fast approaching, and clubs will be looking to do all their transfer business early to ensure that new additions have adequate time to bed in before the big kick-off.
Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta during the pre-season match at Easter Road, Edinburgh. Picture date: Tuesday July 13, 2021. Use subject to restrictions. Copyright: Ian Rutherford

Predicting Arsenal’s 2021-22 Season

It may feel like the previous season has just ended, and with the Euros having filled some time over the summer, the new Premier League season is just under a month away.
Bukayo Saka with his Star of the Match award after his performance for England at Euro 2020 (Photo via Saka on Twitter)

Following Euro 2020, How Could Arsenal Line Up to Get the Best from Bukayo...

He may have had his crucial penalty saved by Italy’s Donnarumma, but for anyone who watched Arsenal regularly last season, the positives of Bukayo...
England's Bukayo Saka plays darts with media following the press conference at St George s Park, Burton upon Trent. Copyright: Nick Potts

2 Arsenal players left to fight for continental glory in Europe and South America

Major continental tournaments in Europe and South America are drawing to their conclusion as we take a look at Arsenal players who made it...

We’re Gunner be lucky

Looking at some of the games Arsenal were fortunate to come out on top in
LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM: Arsenal's French forward Thierry Henry (R) celebrates as teammate Robert Pires (3rdL) is mobbed by Patrick Vieira (L), Ashley Cole (2ndL) Gilberto Silva (2ndR) and Dennis Bergkamp (3rdR) after scoring against Tottenham during their Premier League clash at White Hart Lane in north London, 25 April 2004. Arsenal leads 2-0 at half time. AFP PHOTO / ODD ANDERSEN

Arsenal’s Most Famous Former Players

Want to know more about Arsenal's most famous former players? Then you should check this list. These footballers have become iconic for the club.
Manchester City's Belgian midfielder Kevin De Bruyne gestures during the English Premier League football match between Everton and Manchester United at Goodison Park in Liverpool, north west England on February 17, 2021. (Photo by PETER POWELL/POOL/AFP via Getty Images)

Predictions for the 2021/22 Premier League

What are the predictions for the Premier League 2021/22 season looking like – will Pep’s team succeed once more?

Why Perez, Agnelli and the other greedy Super League owners only have themselves to...

From childhood obesity to children having poor eyesight, computer games get a lot of slack for children not being as active as they once were.
Facundo Campazzo R of the Nuggets passes the ball to teammate Nikola Jokic during the NBA, Basketball Herren, USA game between Los Angeles Lakers and Denver Nuggets, at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California, USA, 03 May 2021. Los Angeles Lakers vs. Denver Nuggets Copyright: Javier Rojas

Basketball: How to Become a Statistics Hero

While there are plenty of players with a deep arsenal of impressive flashy moves, it’s those players who perform the best based on the stat sheet that get the most playing time
LONDON - OCTOBER 13: Mart Poom of Estonia gestures during the Euro 2008 Group E qualifying match between England and Estonia at Wembley Stadium on October 13, 2007 in London, England. (Photo by Phil Cole/Getty Images)

Exotic imports: 4 players from underrepresented countries to have played for Arsenal

Football is acknowledged to be the most popular sport on the planet. In fact, it is probably the only sport that is popular in just about any country you can think of.

Arsenal Players That Play Poker

A notable number of professional footballers have tried their luck playing poker and a few of them have really excelled. For instance, Jan Molby,...

Reasons for FC Arsenal to Partner with GamStop

Premier League matches have been dominated by the great betting brands when it comes to sponsorship deals over the last few years. Recently, however, if...
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Potential Partners for FC Arsenal

Based in North London, FC Arsenal has consistently been among the most successful British football teams. The club has existed since October 1886 and has...
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Top FC Arsenal Partners

Arsenal FC is a professional club formed by a group of cannon makers in 1886 at the Woolwich Arsenal. It is popularly known as “the...

Arsenal and AC Milan Fighting for Isco?

Irrespective of the story behind the scenes, Arsene Wenger, seems to be fighting a losing battle in the transfer window.

From Gooner to Gonner: poor transfer window could determine Wenger’s fate

Simply put, Arsenal cannot afford to fail again next season.

Why Arsenal should sign Dortmund’s Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger came under intense scrutiny this summer after he failed to bring a world class striker to the Emirates Stadium. Although they...

Eating habits of football stars

by Winnie O'Blindt There’s not much longer to wait until the Premier League returns and the Arsenal squad’s pre-season campaign got underway earlier this month. They have...

Brighton 2 Arsenal 3 – An alternative match report

Winnie O'Blindt takes a look back at Arsenal's win over Brighton and, unlike most others, she's not too happy with what she saw.

Wenger’s lucky stumble against Manchester City

Sunday's match was pretty much a disaster for Arsenal. Mike Dean gifted us the result with a non-existent penalty and a farcical free-kick, but really...