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It hasn’t been a terribly good weekend for Arsenal. Beaten at home by Tottenham Hotspur for the first time in seventeen years yesterday lunchtime, their supporters had the rest of the day to take stock of their recent patchy home form, and the confirmation that they will probably be the first in the Premier League…
The Highland League side edge out their Junior opponents in the tie of the third round.
It’s a lunchtime kick-off for the North London derby, and there are still a few empty seats on display at The Emirates Stadium. A chance for that one last drink before kick-off. Supporters of both teams could well be forgiven for taking the opportunity to have that drink today. Arsenal will go top of the…
Perhaps this fixture has come a year too soon. Were FC United of Manchester to be playing Brighton & Hove Albion in the FA Cup next year at The American Express Community Stadium, segregation would be easy and FC United would have over 3,000 tickets available to sell to their supporters. As it is, they…
This week’s Picture That Dotmund Did concerns fashion, which is a typically hard-hitting subject for him to pick on. Goalkeepers everywhere should sit up and take notice nevertheless, because someone has spotted what you’re up to. Click for full-size
For all that supporters across the board may have breathed a sigh of relief, the suspicion remains that the media were less than thrilled by Stevenage’s penalty shoot-out win on Tuesday night. With the winning penalty kick went the story of the Second Round – the grudge match that had been talked of as if…
After last week’s shenanigans, Heart of Clachmaninshire are looking to gain some positive press with a good display on the field. This is not necessarily as easy as it sounds when your chairman has decided to try and segregate the playing staff based on lunch preferences. Dotmund made this. Click for full-size The real-life Egbert…