Posts Tagged arsenal


West Ham 1 Liverpool 2 – The Reds Edge Closer

Many pundits often say that to be a successful team you have to acquire the acumen or the nous to win ugly. In other words, to be able to win a match even though you are not playing particularly well. The sign of true champions is to be able to grind out a result when […]

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Arsenal 2, Liverpool 1 – Oh What A Webb You Weave Howard!!

Unlike last week after Liverpool’s 5-1 demolition of Arsenal, quality of football and goals wasn’t the main talking point after the game. Yet again, the talking point was Howard Webb, the incredibly inefficient referee who somehow has booked himself a flight to Brazil for this summers World Cup. The game itself was full of incident […]

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Liverpool 5, Arsenal 1

Take a good look at that scoreline because they don’t get much better than that. In fact, as good as that scoreline is, 5-1 actually flattered the absolutely outclassed Gunners. Four goals, two other chances and Suarez hitting the woodwork all in the first 19 minutes put all Liverpool fans into dreamland and all Arsenal […]

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Why Is Brendan Rodgers Talking About Andy Carroll?

Did I imagine it but did we not hear Brendan Rodgers saying yesterday that he wouldn’t discuss Andy Carroll until the end of the season? If so, what is all this about in the article below. Already in his fledgling Liverpool career Rodgers has said a bit too much at the wrong time on more […]

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8th May 1971

Charlie George scores the winner as Division One champions, Arsenal, come from behind to clinch a domestic League and Cup Double by beating Liverpool 2-1. Steve Heighway opened the scoring for Liverpool in the first minute of the extra-time period after the first 90 minutes finished 0-0. Eddie Kelly equalised ten minutes later before George’s […]

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