About three times per season, the loathsome attention seeking presenter, Adrian Durham, undertakes his favourite past time. Baiting Arsenal supporters.
The Simon Cowell of sports radio, who looks like a slightly podgy version of the late Phillip Seymour Hoffman, has cut a niche as an outspoken journalist/commentator in his lifeless career,
Marc Overmars has been given hefty praise for his part in the emergence of Ajax and it’s group of talented youngsters. However, the one man who’s name is missing from this mountainous praise fest is Dennis Bergkamp, who was personally and directly involved with the youngsters transition to the first
According to the Daily Mirror, former player Robert Pires has announced that German midfielder is a ‘magician’
which is something that no one can dispute on a good day.
“He hasn’t started many games [recently] because he's been injured with a small back problem. But now, the most important thing is to
In a recent vote the BBC announced that Thierry Henry was the best overseas player to feature in the premier league. 250,000 votes were cast and Henry got 45% of those but I have to argue the fact and the outcome. From an Arsenal point of view, Henry is certainly
The time has come for the Gooners to find a new hobby other than the usual ‘Özil-bashing’ three times a year.
The World Cup winning German has skills most clubs would die for, yet he regularly gets pilloried for all sorts of things - languid posture, facial expressions, lack of intensity, lack
The 29 years old Mesut Ozil joined Arsenal 5 years ago, believes that he still has a lot to prove to the fans. Though Ozil is flattered on being compared with the living legend of Arsenal, Dennis Bergkamp, he doesn't want to be compared to anyone.
In a recent interview with Arsenal.com,
It’s been argued many times before, that Arsenal’s Mesut Ozil is in the same class as club legend, Dennis Bergkamp. Just how these comparisons come about is a bit of a mystery, but we live in world where labels are necessary and where someone is always the ‘new‘ this or
Twenty years ago, Croatians around the world were preparing to roar their heroes on, in what was to be the nation’s first World Cup as an independent state. On a worldwide scale, Croatia’s team did not register significantly, even though Davor Suker – soon to be a Gunner – had already
55,000 fans at the Marseille stadium witnessed Bergkamp’s perfection and touch on July 4th 1998.With scores tied at 1-1 and both the teams desperate need of a winner.
Frank de boer sent in a long ball to find Dennis .An extended first touch high on air before a sulimetouch with the