She Wore

  • All aboard the 8:54 to Cologne
    I feel sorry for those Eurocrats on the 8:54am train from St Pancras International to Brussels. There quiet journey into Brussels to collect their expenses pay cheque is to be ruined this morning by 100s of Arsenal fans invading their train. Or I would feel sorry for them if they ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-11-22By keenosafc
    11 hours ago
  • Wenger set for Arsenal summer exit
    Last season, we were promised a “big shake up” at Arsenal by Ivan Gazidis. There was talk of a Director of Football coming in and a host of back room changes. What materialised was Arsene Wenger signed a new two year deal and not much really changes bar a fitness ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-11-21By keenosafc
    2 days ago
  • Journalists make complaints against Arsenal due to a cup of tea
    For anyone who is not on Twitter, you missed a hilarious Sunday as a load of journalists got their knickers in a twist at Arsenal’s social media team: Arsenal's social media is usually very good, as it should be with so many people working on it, but that cheap tweet ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-11-20By keenosafc
    2 days ago
  • 10 reasons why Arsenal will beat Spurs + starting XI
    Tottenham are the most overrated, over hyped team in English football history With just 2 League Cups in 26 years, they have almost no recent success to shout about Which is probably why they celebrated progression and putting the pressure on like it actually means something Not only have they ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-11-18By keenosafc
    4 days ago
  • Do you “need to know what it means” when it comes to the North London Derby?
    Modern day players, they just do not know what it means to play for The Arsenal. They see the club as an employer, they do not love the club, they do not have passion for the club, they have no loyalty. It is just about a pay check. I completely ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-11-17By keenosafc
    5 days ago
  • Wenger facing selection headaches ahead of North London Derby
    Giroud v Lacazette The £50m man against the old trusty horse. A friend of mine message me on Wednesday; Lacazette scores two goals against Germany last night. Back on the bench on Saturday though I bet. I responded; Giroud scored against Wales last Thursday. Back on the bench on Saturday ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-11-17By keenosafc
    5 days ago
  • What was happening in the world the last time Spurs were successful?
    1961 – The last time Spurs won the League Prime Minister: Harold Macmillan President: John F. Kennedy In Music: The Beatles perform at the legendary Cavern Club in Liverpool for the first time In Sport: Mickey Mantle becomes the highest paid player in Major League Baseball by signing a contract ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-11-16By keenosafc
    6 days ago
  • Arsenal’s wage bill and how we can become contenders again
    Whilst factors such as spend (and net spend) are important, it is a flawed comparison as an indicator to success Net spend to success does not allow for someone like Lionel Messi, easily the best player in the world over the last 10 years, cost Barcelona nothing. Likewise someone like ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-11-15By keenosafc
    1 week ago
  • England, Serge Gnabry, Mike Dean, Nabil Fekir & Spurs
    England I went out to France to watch England v Wales in the Lille fan park with tens of thousands other Englishmen. The majority of people I spoke to did not particularly like the English national team. Boring, predictable, overpaid failures, was the general consensus. But we travelled out there ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-11-14By keenosafc
    1 week ago
  • Spurs coming up to 10 years without a trophy
    Tottenham finished above Arsenal last season. It was the first time since 1995 that they had finished above London’s most successful side. Arsenal won the FA Cup. That FA Cup was Arsenal 3rd major domestic honour in just 4 years. Meanwhile, Spurs have failed to win a trophy since 23/02/2008. ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-11-13By keenosafc
    1 week ago
  • Francis Coquelin demands number 14 jersey at Arsenal
    French central midfielder Francis Coquelin has claimed first dibs on Theo Walcott’s number 14 jersey next season if the Englishman leaves the club. Coquelin believes he is the heir apparent for the shirt number made famous by club legend Thierry Henry. ZZZZZZZZZ That is a load of rubbish, and the ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-11-10By keenosafc
    2 weeks ago
  • Review: 89, the film
      26th May 1989, is a date firmly etched in the memory of every Arsenal fan, despite what Sky would have you believe, it’s the greatest conclusion to a football season ever witnessed. So great a night and achievement that the book and later the film Fever Pitch were written ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-11-09By keenosafc
    2 weeks ago
  • 89 The Film – An interview with the stars
    We were given an opportunity to interview Lee Dixon, Amy Lawrence, Alan Smith and David O’Leary before the world premiere of 89, the film documenting Arsenal’s victory over Liverpool at Anfield in 1989. Andy, from our friends over at The Arsenal History went along, this is his blog. If you’re ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-11-09By keenosafc
    2 weeks ago
  • A Tale of 2 Spaniards
    Santi Cazorla I have seen horrendous injuries before. Aaron Ramsey, Eduardo, and more, but the news last week about Santi Cazorla saddens me more. Even though it was an innocuous challenge at the time, one which did not cause too much stress, the photos that came out last week were ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-11-08By keenosafc
    2 weeks ago
  • Most honest view of the Arsenal situation
      City are really good After 11 games, Manchester City are already 8 points clear. 11 wins and 1 draw. With a goal difference already of +31 (Liverpool finished 4th last year with a GD of +36), they are an awesome outfit with threats all over the pitch, and off ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-11-07By keenosafc
    2 weeks ago
  • Worst away trip ever
    Win, lose or draw, you try and not let the football get in the way of a good day out at the football. Over the years following Arsenal over land and sea, I have seen some brilliant results and some horrendous results. The later often turning into a massive drinking ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-11-06By keenosafc
    2 weeks ago
  • When Arsenal’s anger turns to apathy
    The morning after the night before. Another morning after another night before. We’ve been here a few times in recent years but something is different. The anger is subsiding and the apathy is creeping in. I’ve noticed it all season, Liverpool was a great example. Another humiliating display of football ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-11-04By keenosafc
    3 weeks ago
  • Man City v Arsenal inforgaphics
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-11-04By keenosafc
    3 weeks ago
  • Boring Arsenal need a change in formation
    It is easy to go over the top with the performances of Arsenal’s second string this season.  Through (unbeaten) in the Europa League after just 4 games and into the quarter-final of the League Cup. On papers things are looking good. But scratch beneath the surface and victories have masked poor ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-11-03By keenosafc
    3 weeks ago
  • Arsenal’s European journey set to continue
    Tonight Arsenal could qualify for the Europa League knock out stages after just 4 games. Victory will ensure that a top 2 place is guaranteed. If BATE Borisov fail to beat FC Koln, top place is ensure with 2 games to go. Now I am not going to celebrate too ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-11-02By keenosafc
    3 weeks ago
  • Idiot Spurs fans get what they deserve
    I have blogged before about how fans are doing the Old Bill’s job by constantly videoing everything that happens on the concourse of stadiums and in pubs around ground. That fans are inadvertently grassing each other up by posting these videos on YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, etc, and that these videos ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-11-01By keenosafc
    3 weeks ago
  • Why are Arsenal away tickets selling out so quickly?
    When the Gay Gooners discriminated against older fans of Arsenal Football Club in their misguided tweet about the away scheme needing scrapping because every fan on it was old, didn’t go anymore, and was a tout, it glossed over what was a valid point. The valid point is not that ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-10-31By keenosafc
    3 weeks ago
  • 8 possible Sanchez / Ozil replacements
    Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil are gone. They are not going to sign a new deal. I think we have to all come to terms with them leaving the club on a free. And when I talk about all of us having to come to terms, I include the Arsenal ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-10-31By keenosafc
    3 weeks ago
  • Aaron Ramsey, David Dein, Sead Kolašinac & Alexis to Everton?
    Aaron Ramsey Against Swansea, Aaron Ramsey became the 50th Arsenal player to score 50 goals. A man who has divided opinion over the years, we should be forever grateful of 2 of those goals, which won us 2 of the 3 FA Cups in recent years. In years gone past, ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-10-30By keenosafc
    3 weeks ago
  • Arsenal show cojones to defeat Swansea
    Thanks Troy. Since your unprofessional comment over Arsenal lacking the cojones, we have won 4 on the bounce, 3 of which Arsenal have come from behind to take the victory. When Deeney made his comments, a few disgruntled fans said “a decent manager would print the comments and out use ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-10-29By keenosafc
    3 weeks ago
  • Spurs fail to sell 50% of tickets for match against London rivals
    Just over a month ago, I wrote a blog about how the League Cup highlighted that Spurs were still, and always will be, in Arsenal’s shadow. It was very basic stuff, about attendances. That Spurs basically did not have the high attendances to justify such a big stadium. That whilst ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-10-28By keenosafc
    4 weeks ago
  • “Older” Arsenal fans discriminated against by @GayGooners
    It is not unusual to read discriminative language on twitter. The social media network has been awash with abuse for years. I have been called an “overweight ginger midget” enough times to not let the abuse bother me. I was however disappointed to read this morning that Arsenal an Arsenal ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-10-27By keenosafc
    4 weeks ago
  • But who will replace us over The Arsenal?
    ‘But, who will replace him’, probably the most overused question in our recent history. I think it would be easier to ask ‘who couldn’t replace him’, but that’s for another day. The ‘who will replace him’ is no longer a priority for me, ‘who will replace us’ is by far ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-10-27By keenosafc
    4 weeks ago
  • Theo Walcott’s time at Arsenal set to end
    I know I am in the minority, but for years I have been a fan of Theo Walcott. Injuries aside, he is one of the most underrated players, not only at Arsenal, but in the Premier League. His issue is that he is not a pretty player. There are no step ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-10-26By keenosafc
    4 weeks ago
  • 10 academy graduates see Arsenal through
    Well that was an interesting match wasn’t it… Somehow, despite every senior player on the pitch being atrocious, we got through, we won, we are in the hat for the next round of the Copacabana Cup after beating Norwich 2-1 in Extra Time. Hero of the night was Arsenal youngster ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-10-25By keenosafc
    4 weeks ago
  • Which Premier League sides lack the cojones?
    Last weekend, a big fuss was made over Arsenal losing to Watford. Convicted thug, Troy Deeney, went straight to the nearest television studio, in his best court suit, to declare that Arsenal simply did not have the cojones. 7 days on, and Watford let go a 1 goal lead to ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-10-24By keenosafc
    4 weeks ago
  • Arsenal’s square pegged midfield
    Arsenal have massive problems in the middle of the park. Even after beating Everton 5-2, the problems are clear to see for everyone – bar Arsene Wenger it seems. Our midfield is extremely unbalanced. This season, a lot of goals have been due to errors in the middle of the ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-10-24By keenosafc
    4 weeks ago
  • Arsenal – Be careful what you wish for
    Everton Be more like Everton, they said Moshri has made them a force, they said Koeman should replace Wenger, they said Spent big, they said Sold their best player, they did not say Signed a load of mid/lower league players, they did not say Bottom of their Europa League group, ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-10-23By keenosafc
    1 month ago
  • 10 Reasons why we will beat Belgrade + starting 11
    Jack is back, he should’ve came on 1st sub Vs Watford but he will start tonight and boy do we miss him. Jack expressed his thoughts on Deeney remarks “I don’t think the comments were justified. All we can do is perform.” on the BBC website. So expect him to ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-10-19By goonersx
    1 month ago
  • Why all the fuss over Arsenal on Christmas Eve?
    So it looks like Arsenal v Liverpool will be on Christmas Eve, likely to be a kick off between 12:30-1:30 live on Sky. And I have conflicted feelings on the matter. When I first heard that Sky were planning to play the fixture on Christmas Eve, my first thought was ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-10-17By keenosafc
    1 month ago
  • Idiot Arsenal fans celebrate losing to Watford
    Almost as disappointing as Saturday’s defeat to Watford was reading through various Facebook pages and Twitter timelines seeing some Arsenal fans happy that Arsenal had lost. There was some fans, it felt reading their comments, who were almost celebrating Arsenal losing. Celebrating as it suiting their agenda. Whether it be ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-10-16By keenosafc
    1 month ago
  • Did Troy Deeney show his “cojones” when he kicked defenceless student in the head?
    “I have to watch what I say, but it’s [having] a bit of cojones, is what I’ll say. Whenever I play against Arsenal, I’ll go up and think ‘let me whack the first one and see who wants it.’ I wonder if this is what Troy Deeney, then 23, kicked ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-10-15By keenosafc
    1 month ago
  • Where did it all go wrong for The Arsenal?
    So whose fault was yesterdays embarrassment ? — 🎗 ShE WoRe 🎗 (@SheWore) October 15, 2017 The moment Mesut Ozil replaced the struggling Danny Welbeck, everything seemed to just go wrong for Arsenal. At the time we were 1-0 up, not overly on top, but also not in much danger. ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-10-15By keenosafc
    1 month ago
  • 10 reasons why Arsenal will beat Watford + Starting XI
    Arsenal are on a 7 game unbeaten run In the time they have won 6, drawn 1, keeping 5 clean sheets Meanwhile Watford have won just 2 games all season None of which have been at home And have conceded 9 goals in their last 3 games The bookies have ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-10-14By keenosafc
    1 month ago
  • 7 OUT for Arsenal’s trip to Watford
    Arsenal could be without seven first team players for their trip to Watford in the Premier League this weekend following the international break Prior to the final round of World Cup qualifiers, Arsenal were already without Laurent Koscielny, who had been sidelined for the Gunners over the past few weeks. ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-10-14By keenosafc
    1 month ago
  • Mesut Ozil vs The World
    Further to this mornings article about Mesut Ozil, I thought I would run some figures. A lot of people moan that Ozil does not do enough, and it got me thinking. In terms of goals and assists, how does Mesut Ozil compare to other Premier League number 10’s. So I ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-10-13By keenosafc
    1 month ago
  • Mesut Ozil – “A waste of money and talent”
    Waste of money and talent was one comment when a friend of mine stuck up Karma is a bitch eh Mesut… in a Whatasapp group, The discussion was about Mesut Ozil being set to face a humiliating Arsenal climb down having failed to attract any offers for his services elsewhere. ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-10-13By keenosafc
    1 month ago
  • Mesut Ozil, Alexis Sanchez, Jack Wilshere, Arsenal’s Defensive Crisis & More
    So a week or so without blogging has done me well. I feel refreshed, I have learnt some new words, and I have actually got some proper work done. But I am back, and I thought a good way to start off would be a recap of stuff that I ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-10-12By keenosafc
    1 month ago
  • The Good, The Bad & The Ugly of Arsenal’s International Break
    The Good Mohamed Elneny Egypt 2-1 Congo Mohamed Elneny played the full 90 minutes of Egypt’s World Cup qualifying win over Congo which saw his country to qualify for a World Cup for the first time since 1990. Egypt to win the World Cup: 150/1 Alex Iwobi Nigeria 1-0 Zambia ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-10-11By keenosafc
    1 month ago
  • Brighton, Moaning, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and the International Break
    Brighton The victory over Brighton took us to 7 games unbeaten in all competitions. Winning 6 of the 7 and drawing away to Chelsea. 4 clean sheets, 15 goals scored. Admittedly, bar Chelsea we have played no one of note, but you can only beat what’s in front of you, ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-10-02By keenosafc
    2 months ago
  • Robin van Persie V Olivier Giroud
    I always find debates about which player is better interesting, as the majority of the time the view point is subjective. It is always hard to compare players from different eras, playing in different teams, and maybe even with different roles. Is it fair to compare Pele to Lionel Messi, ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-09-30By keenosafc
    2 months ago
  • Arsenal unveil new sensory room
    Arsenal have launched a new sensory room, which will give fans with profound special needs and their families and carers the opportunity to go to matches live at Emirates Stadium – in some cases for the first time. The space, which contains a range of sensory tools and games, follows ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-09-29By keenosafc
    2 months ago
  • BATE victory, Olivier Giroud and Jack Wilshere
    BATE Borisov result Like the wins against Cologne and Doncaster, not much can be read into them. Another run out for Jack Wilshere (more latter) and Reiss Nelson looked good (let’s not overhype – Jermaine Jenas compared him to Neymar). The important things is we win. And our Europa League ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-09-29By keenosafc
    2 months ago
  • Arsenal set for weakened XI against BATE Borisov
    Before the lesser games, the Europa League and Copacabana League Cup, I have written short blogs about how I expect to see us line up. For the game against Doncaster, I nailed my prediction. 100% right. Even correctly predicting that Alexis Sanchez would start. I have no inside knowledge. I ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-09-28By keenosafc
    2 months ago
  • No excuses as Arsenal face 3 games in a week
    Arsenal set for fixture congestion as they face 3 games in a week was an elongated headline I read before Monday’s game against WBA. Whilst 3 games in a week is tough, it is not an excuse for any lack of performance. The hit grabbing media – who will write ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-09-27By keenosafc
    2 months ago
  • Gareth Barry re-writes history – ignoring 104 years of football
    It will always annoy me. Frustrate me. Piss me off. The re-writing of football history as if it begun in 1992. As if there was no football before the Premier League and Sky TV. Premier League record this, Premier League greatest season that, all supported by Sky who own rights ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-09-26By keenosafc
    2 months ago
  • Alexandre Lacazette, Mohamed Elneny, Nacho Monreal, Craig David & Tony Pullis
    Alexandre Lacazette Been a few years since we have had a player who is so lively in the box. Such quick feet, alert, always moving forward, always looking to score a goal. We have had some brilliant striker sin recent years, all with their own unique abilities, Olivier Giroud – ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-09-26By keenosafc
    2 months ago
  • 10 reasons why Arsenal will beat WBA & Starting XI
    Arsenal are on a 6 game winning run at home against WBA. This stretches back to September 2010 That defeat in 2010 was the only time WBA had beaten Arsenal in North London since 1983 Arsenal are on a 4 game unbeaten run Meanwhile WBA have not won in 4 ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-09-25By keenosafc
    2 months ago
  • Too early to judge Premier League table
    You can not win the league in the first 10 games, but you can certainly lose it. Over the years, too much has been read into sides poor starts. Likewise sides have had lightening starts and been crowned champions before the first international break. Experience shows us that you should ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-09-23By keenosafc
    2 months ago
  • Stop getting easily offended at the football
    Football is a release for many. We all have a hard working week. Whether it be in the office, on site or down the mines, but we live for the weekend, for Saturday 3pm (or whatever time the kick off is). We work hard, and the majority of what we ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-09-22By keenosafc
    2 months ago
  • Why Wenger deserves more respect
    Arsene Wenger has received a lot of criticism over the last 12 months, perhaps more than ever before. In that time, Arsenal have averaged 1.9 points per game in the Premier League and won the FA Cup thanks to a final victory against champions Chelsea. Given that the club are ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-09-21By keenosafc
    2 months ago
  • 5 good and 5 bad of Arsenals victory over Doncaster
    5 GOOD We won and are into the next round, where we host Norwich City 90 minutes for Alexis Sanchez. He should now be fit to start against WBA 90 minutes for Jack Wilshere as he continues his rehabilitation Ainsley Maitland-Niles has the pace and strength to be a Premier ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-09-21By keenosafc
    2 months ago
  • League Cup highlights Spurs are still in Arsenal’s shadow
    I remember a few years ago writing a blog about attendances at Arsenal and Spurs. It was basically questioning why Spurs are building such a big stadium. The blog was about Spurs struggling to fill White Hart Lane for certain games: The point I was making in the blog was ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-09-21By keenosafc
    2 months ago
  • How bad is Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain?
    £40,000,000 ….. and worth every penny…. pic.twitter.com/IGiXj60Hkq — 🎗 ShE WoRe 🎗 (@SheWore) September 19, 2017 Keenos The latest items on my little shop…https://t.co/UU8goaMVBO pic.twitter.com/ksGlUPix9J — 🎗 ShE WoRe 🎗 (@SheWore) September 18, 2017   ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-09-20By keenosafc
    2 months ago
  • Who will start for Arsenal against Doncaster?
    Tonight Arsenal host Doncaster in the Copacabana Cup, or something like that. I think it is title sponsor of the Football League Cup. Which in turn is the re-brand of the League Cup. As always, Arsenal will use the League Cup as a chance to give youngster a chance, as ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-09-20By keenosafc
    2 months ago
  • Spurs, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Crystal Palace & More
    Spurs WLLLLLLWDLLDWD P 14 W 3 L 8 D 3 Good record at Wembley guys! And now we have their manager saying that they are too big to win the League Cup or the FA Cup. 1 League Cup in 18 years is what they have won. No FA Cup ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-09-19By keenosafc
    2 months ago
  • Great result for The Arsenal? Or another away day failure?
    Having sobered up from what was a decent local away day out to West London, I am in reflective mood this morning. My sunrise yoga session really cleared my mind and forced me to consider yesterdays result. Was it a great result for The Arsenal? Or was it another away ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-09-18By keenosafc
    2 months ago
  • Arsenal have a new cult hero?
    Typical Wenger signing. An unknown on a free transfer. #WengerOut was what I saw a lot of people tweeting when we had confirmed the signing of left back Sead Kolasinac on a Bosman from Schalke. How wrong they are. The signing of Kolasinac is a perfect example why it is ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-09-16By keenosafc
    2 months ago
  • Questions to Answer after Chaotic Koln
    I’m trying not to be a complete hypocrite here and I’m sure I’m not the only one whose ever been in wrong end/wrong seat/bought off a tout/jibbed etc, so half of me is thinking well done Koln fans…but tonight was a shitstorm which could’ve ended much worse than just an ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-09-15By keenosafc
    2 months ago
  • FC Koln fans – bunch of dull twats
    So apprantley there are 20,000 FC Koln fans march through London. Waving their flags and half and half scarves. Having a sing song and jumping up and down.  In an hour they will be in the Emirates. Because that is what German fans do. Get to the ground ridiculously early.  ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-09-14By keenosafc
    2 months ago
  • Which elite managers actually win trophies? – 6 Wenger replacements
    So I recently wrote a blog about potential Arsene Wenger replacements. Men who previously have been put forward as good options and how their careers have ended up dwindling. The likes of Jurgen Klopp, David Moyes, Frank de Boer and Roberto Martinez. One thing that came out of it, to ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-09-14By keenosafc
    2 months ago
  • We’re all going on a Europa League tour
    So tomorrow our Europa League journey begins at home against Cologne (or Koln, or Koeln, or whatever it is called). I for one am a little bit excited about playing in the Europa League this season, for a few reasons: It is a competition Arsenal can win New trips to ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-09-13By keenosafc
    2 months ago
  • 4 failed Wenger replacements: Klopp, Moyes, Martinez & de Boer
    I have to start this mornings blog with some chat about Frank de Boer, sacked as manager of Crystal Palace after just 77 days. Roll the clock back to 2013 and de Boer was top of many fans list as next Arsenal manager, alongside the likes of Jurgen Klopp, David ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-09-12By keenosafc
    2 months ago
  • Bournemouth, Booing Sanchez, Title Rivals and Everton
    Bournemouth We won, expected us to win, we did what was expected. A bit like I expected us to lose at Stoke and Liverpool, Saturday was a routine win. Not much to get excited over. Good post-game drink up though. Booing Sanchez Boo'ing Alexis… — 🎗 ShE WoRe 🎗 (@SheWore) ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-09-11By keenosafc
    2 months ago
  • The unacceptable abuse of Tony Adams
    I am conflicted over the Tony Adams situation. He is an Arsenal legend. Mr Arsenal. My first footballing hero (soon dropped for David Seaman – I had a pony tail as a kid). He, like any other ex-player, fan or pundit, has a right to an opinion. But like any ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-09-08By keenosafc
    3 months ago
  • Arsene Wenger granted transfer window wish
    Arsene Wenger has long been an advocate of closing the window before competitive action begins, and that stance is likely to have hardened after Arsenal were engaged in several last-minute deals over recent transfer windows. The Arsenal manager was recently quoted as saying “That’s why I believe it’s important that ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-09-07By keenosafc
    3 months ago
  • 2018 set to be a worse summer than 2017 for Arsenal fans
    The transfer window shut a week ago today and I am already looking towards 2018 with dread. If you thought the summer 2017 was a disaster, things will be worse in a years time. The clubs lack of action this summer, and policy over contracts is gong to come back ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-09-07By keenosafc
    3 months ago
  • Arsenal International’s and Congratulations Ivan
    Well that was another dull international break wasn’t it? With Theo Walcott mysteriously left out of the England squad once again by Gareth Southgate for inferior players, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain now at Liverpool, and Jack Wilshere not selected due to lack of games over the last 6 months, there was nothing ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-09-06By keenosafc
    3 months ago
  • Cheap Arsenal tickets and Cologne still not sold out
    Numerous times in the past I have blogged about my dislike for Champions League football. A mixture between having the same old opponents, the same predictable performances from Arsenal, my dislike for UEFA and their money making machine, and my total dislike for mid week football. Whilst I understood the ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-09-05By keenosafc
    3 months ago
  • What has happened to Arsenal’s British core?
    In December 2012, Arsene Wenger thought he had cracked it. That he had found his answer to Fergie’s Class of 92. Or the Arsenal of the late 80s / 90s. The Frenchman thought he had found and developed the future of Arsenal, the future of England. They were known as ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-09-05By keenosafc
    3 months ago
  • Leaving Arsenal for trophies – It does not really happen
    They have left Arsenal because they want to win things is often what is trotted out when Arsenal’s megastars leave them. Whilst this might be true, that players want to win, or compete at the highest level, it does not mean that leaving Arsenal guarantees them success. Since 2019 – ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-09-04By keenosafc
    3 months ago
  • How bad was the transfer window for Arsenal?
    So I decided to let the dust settle for a bit before writing a bit of a summary on the transfer window, in the hope that the anger within subsides and I can perhaps look at it another way. See if there is any silver lining. Try and write it ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-09-03By keenosafc
    3 months ago
  • Liverpool and Spurs fans have no right to “banter” Arsenal
    The start of this season, Arsenal fans have taken it from all sides. The club is in a crisis. We seem not to know where we are going. The futures not bright. We get it. But I do have to laugh at fans of Spurs and Liverpool. They seem to ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-09-02By keenosafc
    3 months ago
  • How is Theo Walcott not in the England squad?
    England play tonight and I for one am baffled as to why Theo Walcott does not get into the squad. Now before you all jump on the comments and say “he is sh*t”, put your dummy back in and be sensible. Yes, he might not be everyone’s cup of tea, ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-09-01By keenosafc
    3 months ago
  • The Arsenal are a complete shaambles
    Well no shocks in this transfer window. What started off looking optimistic with two early signings, the transfer window slammed shut with plenty of ITK’s and gormless main stream journalists looking as foolish as Wenger’s die hard fans. It should never be a shock that we make a profit in ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-09-01By keenosafc
    3 months ago
  • Arsenal’s Trolley Dash Transfers
    August 2011. Arsenal had just lost 8-2 to Manchester United. Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain making his debut. It was a disastrous day. One of the most embarrassing defeats in recent memory – and there has been a few. The defeat led Arsenal to carry out a supermarket sweep on the final days ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-08-31By keenosafc
    3 months ago
  • 5 players Arsenal should AVOID signing today
    Riyad Mahrez – I do not see the former PFA Player of the Year as Arsenal quality. If we sign him, it will be as a short term fix before we target better players last year (players who we perhaps missed out on this year). Mahrez will cost a big ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-08-31By keenosafc
    3 months ago
  • Arsenal have over £100m to spend
    The latest narrative peddled out to the club to favoured journalists, bloggers and large twitter accounts is that Arsenal have no money to spend. It’s lies. All lies. The claim is that the signings of Alexandre Lacazette and Sead Kolasanic have taken up all our wage increase allocation. That there ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-08-31By keenosafc
    3 months ago
  • Why the Arsenal board are not to blame
    I am still not sure why the board are getting blamed for Sunday’s debacle. They did not sign or coach the players, they did not pick the team, the formation or the solitary tactic. In fact, they do not interfere in that at all, they back the manager 100%, give ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-08-30By keenosafc
    3 months ago
  • 5 steps to make Arsenal great again
    1. Sign Virgil van Dijk – Arsenal have missed a leader at the back for years. Per Mertesacker is a good organiser, but is now a liability. van Dijk will give the side a physical presence at the back. Strong, quick and tall, at the age of 26 he has ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-08-30By keenosafc
    3 months ago
  • Who would Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain start central midfield for?
    So Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has turned down a move to Chelsea. According to the BBC; Oxlade-Chamberlain believes the Blues planned to use him at wing-back, and his primary reason for wanting to leave Arsenal is to play in central midfield. This backs up the thinking that I have had all along ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-08-30By keenosafc
    3 months ago
  • Ignore FAKE Kieran Gibbs News
    So there is a voice it’s doing the rounds of someone pretending to be Kieran Gibbs’s brother Jaydon, who gives intimate knowledge of what is going on at Arsenal and what happened with his “brother” in the FA Cup Final. Ignore it. It is fake.  1. He continually calls His ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-08-29By keenosafc
    3 months ago
  • Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain & Shkodran Mustafi futures
    Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain Is Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain really all that? In his time at Arsenal, he has barely put 6 games together, let alone 6 good games together. He wants to leave because he wants to play central midfield, but would he get into the middle of the park for any top ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-08-29By keenosafc
    3 months ago
  • Has Arsene Wenger lost the dressing room?
    Arsene Wenger has lost the Arsenal dressing room. It is clear for all too see. There was talk earlier in the year that if Arsene Wenger signed a new contract, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain would be of. Now without getting into the ins and outs of the relationship, Oxlade-Chamberlain has not progressed ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-08-29By keenosafc
    3 months ago
  • “There is no crisis at Arsenal”
    It is set to be 27c today and yet I am inside, nursing a horrendous hangover, caused due to Arsenal’s inept performance yesterday. At least I have the cricket to watch. England are fighting back well. But as I have written this, Joe Root has just got out. Great. There ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-08-28By keenosafc
    3 months ago
  • Does Arsene Wenger have a transfer plan?
    The simple answer is NO. It seemed so obvious to everyone at the beginning of the summer what The Arsenal transfer plan was.  Get in a left back in Saed Kolasinac, sign Alexandre Lacazette. Secure a bit of magic in Thomas Lemar. And then either get in a new centre ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-08-27By keenosafc
    3 months ago
  • Where Have All the Irish Gone? The Sad Demise of Ireland’s Once Relevant Footballers
    As difficult as it might be for younger generations to imagine, there was a time when footballers from the Republic of Ireland were among the leading lights in English football’s biggest and most successful clubs. Whereas nowadays the Irish are more likely to ply their trade at clubs like Burnley, ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-08-26By keenosafc
    3 months ago
  • What is Arsenal’s “dream” and “nightmare” Europa League draw?
    The best and worse of Arsenal’s Europa League opponents Usually at this time of year, I write a blog about what is the best and worst that an Arsenal fan can hope for from the Champions League draw. I take this into account such as: Randomness of trip Places we ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-08-25By keenosafc
    3 months ago
  • Time for Arsenal to cash in on Average Oxlade-Chamberlain
    If Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain wants out, I will happily open the door the door and see him on his way. I will even get him a black cab to take him to Chelsea, although he can pay for it himself. You see, Ox is one of these players who has always ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-08-25By keenosafc
    3 months ago
  • Theo Walcott – Not simply the best, but maybe better than all the rest?
    So yesterday’s blog bought out a response from someone on the She Wore Facebook page with regards to Theo Walcott. And that comment has inspired this blog. The comment was a simple one. That of all of the players mentioned in yesterday’s blog, Walcott was the biggest freeloader. I responded ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-08-24By keenosafc
    3 months ago
  • 2 down, a load more to go for Arsenal
    So after failing to sell him, Arsenal yesterday made a deal to loan Carl Jenkinson to Birmingham for the season. Details of the deal, including loan fee and wage contribution, have not been made clear. With a year left on his reported £45,000 a week contract, it will leave Jenkinson ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-08-23By keenosafc
    3 months ago
  • Man City Offer £60m to Acquire Alexis Sanchez from Arsenal
    Arsenal FC might just get a big pay-check from Man City as the City tries to pursue Alexis Sanchez. Reports have it that the offer from the City is a skyrocketing £60million, and has been made as the continuity of Sanchez’s career with Arsenal is still uncertain. However, there are ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-08-22By keenosafc
    3 months ago
  • “Well in Jack” or “Grow up Jack”?
    So last night Jack Wilshere got sent off in an U23 game against Manchester City: Wilshere gets sent off. #AFCU23 pic.twitter.com/u7ixNfVYUX — Terje (@ArsenalTerje) August 21, 2017 He was on the end of a bad, late tackle from some nobody trying to make a name for himself, and respond by ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-08-22By keenosafc
    3 months ago
  • Arsenal need to dump Alexis Sanchez
    Why is Alexis Sanchez still at Arsenal? That is the question we all need to be asking. Whilst he is the best player in the side, an individual talent capable of winning any game, the reality is he does not want to be at Arsenal. Like many footballers, he is ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-08-21By keenosafc
    3 months ago
  • 5 Spurs Wembley Facts
    Arsenal last 9 games at Wembley: WWWWWWWWW Spurs last 9 games at Wembley: LDWLLLLLL Wins at Wembley since 2014: Anthony Joshua – 2 Tottenham Hotspur – 1 Spurs now hold the record for the most fans to see their side lose a domestic game at Wembley Teams to have won ... read more
    Source: She WorePublished on 2017-08-20By keenosafc
    3 months ago