North London Is Red

  • Welbeck to down the Foxes again?
    Match Preview: Arsenal vs. Leicester – Premier League – 26.04.2017 There is a sense of optimism ahead of an Arsenal match for what feels like the first time this year. Arsenal’s extra time victory over Manchester City showed the sort of determination and concentration that Arsenal has lacked for the ... read more
    Source: North London Is RedPublished on 2017-04-26By Daniel Cowan
    16 hours ago
  • Maybe it’s time for Plan B
    Match Preview: Middlesbrough vs. Arsenal –  Premier League – 17.04.2017   In most seasons a 3-0 defeat to Crystal Palace would be greeted with furious uproar but this season it was barely acknowledged with a raised eyebrow. I said last week that Arsenal’s 2017 form had been of the relegation candidate variety prior to ... read more
    Source: North London Is RedPublished on 2017-04-17By Daniel Cowan
    1 week ago
  • Despite his form against Palace, tonight isn’t the night to start Giroud
    Match Preview: Crystal Palace vs. Arsenal –  Premier League – 10.04.2017     In most seasons a 3-0 win over West Ham would be considered pretty routine for Arsenal but given their horrendous form of late it was a much needed shot in the arm. The Gunners salvaged a draw against ... read more
    Source: North London Is RedPublished on 2017-04-10By Daniel Cowan
    2 weeks ago
  • Use free bets for matched betting to make money
    Free bet promotions on Arsenal and other televised games are great for giving another chance to win a few pounds but isn’t it mostly the case that your money still ends up in the bookmaker’s wallet? Ironically, there is a very popular way to make money online using matched betting ... read more
    Source: North London Is RedPublished on 2017-04-07By Miles Wickford
    3 weeks ago
  • Could one of these candidates replace Wenger at Arsenal?
    Arsène Wenger’s name has been synonymous with Arsenal for more than 20 years but it may well be that the club’s most successful manager’s reign is coming to an end. Having won three Premier League titles, been in charge of the unbeaten ‘Invincibles’ during the 2003-2004 season and guided Arsenal to ... read more
    Source: North London Is RedPublished on 2017-04-06By Matt Brown
    3 weeks ago
  • STATTLE: Özil vs. Sané. Proof Mesut is unfairly criticised?
    Going head to head in this week’s stat battle – or stattle – compiled by the good people at Oulala.com is Mesut Özil and Leroy Sané. Brother Mesut has not been his best self this season, in fact he is having his statistically poorest season in a Gunners shirt, yet his is still ... read more
    Source: North London Is RedPublished on 2017-04-02By Daniel Cowan
    4 weeks ago
  • Boom or bust for the Gunners now: Arsenal vs. Manchester City match preview
    Match Preview: Arsenal vs. Manchester City –  Premier League – 02.04.2017 The international break is something I rarely welcome. I feel little to no affinity for either of my parent’s national teams nor those of my ancestors despite their frequent successes. However, the most recent international break came at the ... read more
    Source: North London Is RedPublished on 2017-04-02By Daniel Cowan
    4 weeks ago
  • Wrong! 78% of Arsenal fans have NOT called for Wenger to be sacked
    It’s important to look beyond the headline. Modern journalism is suffering from a lack of interest and engagement from the public but more so from a lack of standards. The competition for attention, and thus advertising revenue, is so great that paid for journalism faces an existential threat – win ... read more
    Source: North London Is RedPublished on 2017-03-31By Daniel Cowan
    4 weeks ago
  • Angry Walcott could Punish the Baggies
    Match Preview: West Brom vs. Arsenal –  Premier League – 18.03.2017   West Brom away is not the sort of game you relish at the best of times, let alone when in desperate need of points. Tony Pulis has guided the Baggies to safety with ease this season and despite ... read more
    Source: North London Is RedPublished on 2017-03-17By Daniel Cowan
    1 month ago
  • Walcott; Arsenal’s most dangerous and reliable attacker?
    It’s strange to think that Theo Walcott, our longest serving player, is just 28 years old. Although it does mean we are just 2 years away from the Three-o Walcott headlines. Jez: I’ve always got the Three 0h Walcott millions. Mark: Jeremy’s planning to sell the headline “Three Oh Walcott” ... read more
    Source: North London Is RedPublished on 2017-03-16By Daniel Cowan
    1 month ago
  • Arsenal desperately need a big win; it’s time to trust Lucas
    Match Preview: Arsenal vs. Lincoln – FA Cup – 11.03.2017 What has happened to Arsenal? By and large they used to be a team you could trust to get a result in most matches. Anyone used to betting on the pools or reading up on Cheltenham 2017 tips would tell ... read more
    Source: North London Is RedPublished on 2017-03-11By Matt Brown
    2 months ago
  • Sutton United Midfielder Nicky Bailey has ‘never eaten a vegetable’ and will have nine Chicken McNuggets before Arsenal match
    Nick Bailey, the midfielder who plays for Sutton, believes that he has a secret up his sleeve to help him perform to the best of his abilities. You may be thinking that anabolic steroids in big sport is what we’re talking about here, but it’s something very unusual instead. It’s ... read more
    Source: North London Is RedPublished on 2017-03-04By Edward V
    2 months ago
  • Liverpool’s defence is weak; it’s time to recall Giroud
    Match Preview: Liverpool vs. Arsenal – Premier League – 04.03.2017 Arsenal head to Liverpool for tomorrow’s late match at Anfield looking to secure a much needed victory for under fire Arsène Wenger. The whole team is under pressure to perform and whilst the title shouldn’t even be featuring in the players’ ... read more
    Source: North London Is RedPublished on 2017-03-03By Daniel Cowan
    2 months ago
  • On this day in 2002 Bergkamp scored Arsenal’s most iconic goal
    The Premier League has witnessed some spectacular goals since its inception in 1992. Arsenal have scored their fair share: Henry’s volleyed lob over Barthez, any number of Henry’s solo goals, Bergkamp’s finish against Leicester, Wilshere’s Norwich goal, Van Persie’s rocket at Charlton, Ramsey’s volley against Liverpool to name just a ... read more
    Source: North London Is RedPublished on 2017-03-02By Daniel Cowan
    2 months ago
  • Should Arsenal be making preparations to replace Cech?
    Petr Cech is one of the top goalkeepers to have played in the Premier League. He’s been an outstanding performer in the league for the past 13 years both for Arsenal and Chelsea. His move from Stamford Bridge to the Emirates was met with jubilation on most parts at Arsenal ... read more
    Source: North London Is RedPublished on 2017-03-02By Daniel Cowan
    2 months ago
  • Arsenal’s Season Drifting Aimlessly Along
    Every supporter tells you their season is a roller coaster; ride out the lows and enjoy the highs. Your definition of high may be set lower than mine, and almost certainly, your low is higher than mine. I’m down so low that I’ve seen species which would terrify Mulder and ... read more
    Source: North London Is RedPublished on 2017-03-02By Matt Brown
    2 months ago
  • Arsenal can beat Bayern and Walcott will get his hundredth goal
    Match Preview: Bayern Munich vs. Arsenal – Champions League – 15.02.2017 Having been knocked out of the Champions League as second-in-the-group qualifiers for five seasons it was paramount that Arsenal topped their group. They did what was required of them and Arsenal looked to have an easier path to the ... read more
    Source: North London Is RedPublished on 2017-02-15By Daniel Cowan
    2 months ago
  • It’s not over yet for Arsenal; let’s focus on beating Hull
    Match Preview: Arsenal vs. Hull – Premier League – 11.02.2017 Twelve points behind with fourteen games to go. It doesn’t look like it’s going to be Arsenal’s year but now is not the time to dissect our season. It has become a somewhat ridiculous trope but the postmortem of our season ... read more
    Source: North London Is RedPublished on 2017-02-10By Daniel Cowan
    3 months ago
  • Watford are easy pickings… but can Arsenal do easy?
    Match Preview: Arsenal vs. Watford – Premier League – 31.01.2017 Arsenal sailed emphatically into the next round of the FA Cup with a crushing 5-0 win over Southampton at the weekend. Their next opponents in the world’s oldest cup competition is minnows Sutton United. The Arsenal manager will be thankful ... read more
    Source: North London Is RedPublished on 2017-01-31By Daniel Cowan
    3 months ago
  • Arsenal don’t miss Santi Cazorla…
    Frequent visitors to this site, rare as my articles have been in recent months, or regular listeners to the Goonersphere Podcast, rarer still as our new episodes are, will know I believe Arsenal are not the same team when Santi Cazorla isn’t playing and his absences in the past few ... read more
    Source: North London Is RedPublished on 2017-01-24By Daniel Cowan
    3 months ago
  • Burnley win showed bottle
    When Burnley equalised in injury time at the weekend I had an overwhelming, and familiar, sense of dissappointment. The majority of our rivals had dropped points and we had just spurned our chance to eke ahead of them to become the most serious challengers to Chelsea for the title. There ... read more
    Source: North London Is RedPublished on 2017-01-24By Daniel Cowan
    3 months ago
  • Giroud’s reinstatement will help see Burnley off with ease
    Match Preview: Arsenal vs. Burnley – Premier League – 22.01.2017 Gaining some momentum is of vital importance to the Gunners with the Chelsea match looming in early February. A solid win away to Swansea will have blown away a few cobwebs and now Arsenal will like themselves at home to ... read more
    Source: North London Is RedPublished on 2017-01-20By Daniel Cowan
    3 months ago
  • How do you replace Wenger?
    If this is to be Arsène’s final season at the helm, and if the continued rumours are to be believed, the Frenchman’s reign will come to an end this summer, then where does the club go next? Hand on heart, very few Gooners had ever heard of the Nagoya Grampus ... read more
    Source: North London Is RedPublished on 2017-01-16By Matt Brown
    3 months ago
  • Will Arsenal be too cautious to wound a weakened City?
    Match Preview: Manchester City vs. Arsenal – Premier League – 18.12.2016 by Kris Carpenter http://twitter.com/afcfreddie8  Tuesday’s defeat at the hands of Everton was Arsenal’s first since in the Premier League since the season opener at home to Liverpool, yet reading various social media channels you would have thought it was a ... read more
    Source: North London Is RedPublished on 2016-12-17By Daniel Cowan
    4 months ago
  • Ox, Theo and Alexis’ pace will be too much for Everton
    Match Preview: Everton vs. Arsenal – Premier League – 13.12.2016 There’s something different about this Arsenal team. The Gunners seem to be thriving on a diet of pressure and expectation which is a welcome change from previous seasons. Of course, there are more pressing times to come but nothing I’ve ... read more
    Source: North London Is RedPublished on 2016-12-13By Daniel Cowan
    4 months ago
  • Ramsey and Walcott could be key to another crushing win
    Match Preview: Arsenal vs Stoke – Premier League – 10.12.2016 Christmas is my favourite time of year for many reasons but right at the top of the tree is festive football. We’re about to hit a run of three games in eight days before the week long break ahead of ... read more
    Source: North London Is RedPublished on 2016-12-10By Daniel Cowan
    5 months ago
  • Will Arsenal be title challengers until the end?
    The first half of the season is drawing to an end and so far Gooners have precious little to be irked about.  Whilst it seemed like the football Gods (and the football odds) were against us at the start of the season we’ve overcome injury and uncertainty to be in a ... read more
    Source: North London Is RedPublished on 2016-12-10By Matt Brown
    5 months ago
  • Arsenal should rest their big guns against Basel
    Match Preview: Basel vs Arsenal – Champions League – 06.12.2016 Arsenal finish their group campaign in their 19th consecutive year in the Champions League with a trip to their visitors from the opening day, Basel. The Gunners will be riding high after their 1-5 victory over West Ham in the Premier League on Saturday, ... read more
    Source: North London Is RedPublished on 2016-12-06By Daniel Cowan
    5 months ago
  • Second-placed Arsenal set for more Champions League disappointment?
    Arsenal must finish top of their Champions League group this evening if they are to have any chance of winning the competition, according to new stats from Smartbets. With tougher opposition, and a tricky away tie in the second-leg, there is a distinct disadvantage to finishing second at this stage, ... read more
    Source: North London Is RedPublished on 2016-12-06By Edward V
    5 months ago
  • Theo will heap the misery onto the sorry Hammers
    Match Preview: West Ham vs Arsenal – Premier League – 04.12.2016 We’re getting to that time of year where the fixtures come so thick and fast you barely have time to process one result before you’re watching the next one unfold. Exiting the EFL Cup is hardly worth some of ... read more
    Source: North London Is RedPublished on 2016-12-03By Daniel Cowan
    5 months ago
  • I ignored #TheJeff, please forgive me
    Match Preview: Arsenal vs Southampton – League Cup – 30.11.2016 I was fortunate enough to attend Arsenal’s match against a different opponent from the south coast last weekend. Thanks to the lovely folks at Europcar I was sat in club level. At full-time I went to the Foundry for a ... read more
    Source: North London Is RedPublished on 2016-11-30By Daniel Cowan
    5 months ago
  • Özil will run the show against Bournemouth if Xhaka starts
    Match Preview: Arsenal vs Bournemouth – Premier League – 27.11.2016 My last preview didn’t pan out so well. I was utterly convinced we’d be a much more rounded attacking force against PSG with good width and a target man in the middle and largely we were but, as has been ... read more
    Source: North London Is RedPublished on 2016-11-25By Daniel Cowan
    5 months ago
  • Arsenal will win the group if Giroud starts
    Match Preview: Arsenal vs PSG – Champions League – 23.11.2016 As usual November is turning out to be a rather disappointing match for Arsenal with one win and two draws from three rather winnable games. Arsenal have faced better Sp*rs and United sides and won in the past so two ... read more
    Source: North London Is RedPublished on 2016-11-23By Daniel Cowan
    5 months ago