The Five: Manchester United 1-1 Arsenal – Anniversary, 4th Place and Many More

14/15: Manchester United 1-1 Arsenal - Theo Walcott

Theo Walcott forced Tyler Blackett to commit a late own goal as Arsenal grabbed a point at Manchester United after a fine second-half performance. The Gunners fell behind on the half-hour mark as Ander Herrera ghosted in to volley in at the far post.

Match Report – Wenger’s Comment – Players’ Rating

1. FA Cup Anniversary.

Arsenal marked their one year anniversary of winning the 2014 FA Cup by visiting the Red Devils in Manchester. By this time last year, there was joy in heaven that Arsenal had finally won a trophy after so many years in the wilderness of no trophy. I doubt any of the players remembered the FA Cup final but Ramsey put up a final-like display to pick out Walcott for the goal.

2. Olivier, Theo and Victor.

Thiery Henry seem to have cast a spell on his countryman Olivier Giroud. Since he proclaimed that Arsenal need more than Giroud to win the Premier League, the Frenchman have been in the wilderness searching for goals. he has been poor and hos touches have been awful. His magical flicks have turned to smoke flakes and his confidence is fast deserting him. How will Giroud get his scoring boots back?

On the other hand, Wenger introduced Jack Wilshere and Theo James Walcott. The latter was involved in the equalizing goal although after showing great signs of lost form and confused pace. To be fair on Blackett, that was intended for a cross but the ball felt, he could reward debutant Valdes with a weird goal. How long have Valdes sat on United’s bench. Before he could face a shot, he had already conceded a goal. With De Gea almost in the whites of Madrid, what will be fate of Victor Valdes?

3. Arsenal Crossed.

Arsenal have conceded just 8 goals since losing to Monaco in the UEFA Champions league. 13 games have been played since then and that is about 0.62 goals/game. But 7 of the 8 goals have been scored off crosses. Young’s cross to Herrera resulted to United’s opening goals. Can the gunners do better to prevent those crosses? can they defend those crosses? Gomis’ goal comes in mind.

4. The Fourth Placed Trophy.

Arsenal’s loss to Swansea at the Emirates added another twist to the final chase of the season. No one wants to finish 4th and 2nd won’t be a bad idea. Manchester City seem to have locked up 2nd place thanks to goals from Toure and Bony. A win for United may have given them hope of finishing 3rd but Arsene Wenger took a giant step in handing over the 4th placed trophy to LVG with that late equalizer. Sure, LVG will be so grateful to win a trophy in England in his first year. There are no 3rd placed trophies. Ask Wenger.

5. Others

Arsenal took zero shots in the first half. The last time they had zero shots in a league game was a 2-1 loss to Liverpool in 2004. The gunners took 5 shots in the second half, with 3 on target.

The Gunners need just 2 points from their next two games – two home games. First against Sunderland on Wednesday night.

Till then, enjoy this post from Goonerdaily on the Lord – Lord Bendtner to Feature at the Emirates Cup this Summer

Another Saturday Morning; Looking Back At The Week – Juventus, UCL and the Federation Cup

Saturday mornings are quite different from a morning on a working week day. It is morning of which you can afford to have an extra sleep, disable your alarm, have late breakfast and do the unusual.

Looking back at the week, Goal Line Technology assisted Swansea and Gomis as they came, set camp and grabbed all three points available at Ashburton Grove. Arsenal huffed and puffed but it was one of those days that the final product of a hard days work just refuses to produce the needed fruit. 2nd position for the North Londoners seems like a fairy tale now.

The second leg of the UEFA Champions League was the toast of the week with Bayern Munich crashing out despite beating Barcelona 3-2 in the Allianz Arena. The Bavarians were without key players like Robben and Ribbery, the Robbery gang. No one expected any magic from Pep Guardiola’s Machines as they tried to beat Barcelona to their own game in the first leg.

The game of potential and possible upset was in Madrid. The Italian army of Turin overcame the white aristocrats of Madrid and booked a place in a final that the Italian FA never expected. The final will be on the 6th of June but the Copa Italia Final is scheduled for 7th of June. O Ye of little faith.

Back to the game, Morata cancelled a dubious penalty scored by Penaldo. There is no better story than knocking out your former club especially if they felt you were not to their standards. Madrid may go trophy-less despite spending so much this season. The fans took out of Spurs’ Bale and the Welshman will rue the chances that he missed that Wednesday night.

Juventus celebrate Álvaro Morata’s goal, which knocked Real Madrid out of the Champions League.

So it is Barcelona vs Juventus in the UEFA Champions League Final and Sevilla vs Dnipro in the UEFA Europa Cup Final? Who will be crowned champions. Will Pirlo get his perfect swansong?

The Nigeria Federation Cup round of 64 kicked off on Wednesday and ended on Thursday with a couple of top flight teams biting the dust of cup sets and being kicked out by lesser and relatively unknown oppositions – the joy of a cup game. Giwa FC, Sunshine Stars and Shooting Stars were the top flight teams that failed to progress to the next round of the 2015 Federation Cup. The full results can be gotten from

In other Nigeria round up, we have a new Nike kit – decent. Stephen Keshi has resumed his coaching duties after a long period of uncertainty. He has released a 26 man list to face Chad in the 2017 African Cup of Nations qualifiers in Kaduna on June 13. Mfon Udoh, the reigning goal king is on the list and finally Chigozie Agbim have been excused from national duties and replaced by Akpeyi.

Warri Wolves have also traveled  to Congo to face AC Leopard in the first leg of the CAF Confederation cup play-off. The only Nigerian team left in the continent will hope to make it to the group stage of the Confederation Cup. They will not partake in this weekend’s action in the increasingly exciting Glo Nigeria Premier League. Hoping for another batch of goals galore and away wins.

Back to London, Do you know that Arsenal have three world class goalies? Ask Wenger for more details. The Gunners will face Manchester United this weekend hoping to take all three points especially with the absence of Rooney, there Devilish nemesis.

The European season is rounding up but here in Nigeria, the heat is just beginning to be felt.

Have a nice footballing weekend.

Time to do some statistics and office work. jeezzz.

Arsenal 0-1 Swansea: The Gunners Qualified For The Semifinals of The Fourth Place Trophy

Arsenal have qualified for the semifinals of the annual fourth place trophy in England. The Gunners huffed and puffed against the white swans but had nothing to show for it but near misses and “arghss”.

Riding on an invisible horse of unbeaten run which included a goalless draw with the Champions, Chelsea, the gunners were thrown flat to the ground no thanks to Gomis’ late header clawed out of the net by Ospina. Goal line technology smiled on the big forward who was introduced late on in the game.

It was a Monday evening and it was an opportunity to continue to match to 2nd place but Arsenal git a call from the guy called “Fourth Place” and instead of hitting the red reject button, we went on to pick the call and behold the negotiations for the Fourth Place Trophy is back.

When City were stuffing QPR over the weekend with Aguero’s goals, it was clear that Arsenal may lose 2nd place on goal difference if they finished with same points as Manchester City. Few days later, 2nd place seems like climbing to the tip of Mount Everest.

A poor first half void of any shot on target beget a second half full of chances not converted. It took the Gunners 58 minutes to register a shot on target, after which they went on to get 9 on target, all of which were direct to Fabianski who didn’t break a sweat. The ball was romanced at will but Swansea had a big Marco Polo bus at Ashburton Groove. How Arsenal failed to break down this bus is a thing to worry about. Arsenal had chances but the last time I checked FIFA has not added a metrics for winning games by just chances alone.

A simple cross, a simple header and Bafetembi Gomis has scored a winner with his 3rd touch of the game. Could Bellerin have done better? Could the defenders have prevented Gomis from nodding? Could Ospina have done better?

Wilshere came in and added drive and vigour. But anytime i see Coquelin leaving the the pitch, i always feel we may be undone, and last night we were undone. Walcott came in and seemed overwhelmed by the game. Sanchez even missed a close range attempt. Can’t we have Giroud and Walcott play together? I am no football coach but i see no reason why we keep crossing the ball into the box with no point man there. Giroud’ seems to have been jinxed by Henry’s comment. No goals yet since Henry made him look like a second class citizen of the Emirates kingdom of Arsenal.

The lost last night was bitter to swallow especially seeing that we travel to Manchester on Sunday. A defeat will spell doom for Arsenal. It will be the battle of the Fourth Place Trophy.

The game at the Jolly Ndame stadium was even more exciting than the near-misses at the Emirates. I also enjoyed the Ausburg victory in Munich, Madrid’s draw with Valencia.

Hopefully, Arsenal picks up the pieces of last night and hand over the Fourth Place Trophy to Van Pierse and the Red Devils.

The Tamed Tigers, The Wild Zebras and The Fall of Man

It is another Saturday people, another weekend, another period of footballing action. It is a day to carry out major cleanings in the house and set your mind ready for the soccer activities this afternoon from Lagos to London, Beijing to Barcelona, Aba to Accra, Paris to Port Harcourt.

Goonerdaily has previewed today’s Premier League actions and you must look forward to the relegation battles there of. Who will survive? Who will go down? Aston Villa, Newcastle, Leicester City, Hull City, Sunderland, QPR and Burnley are candidates of the drop with 3 games to go. I have no preference for any of the 7 but i am looking forward to seeing Bournemouth in the Premier League. I have used them on FIFA15 and they have been good for me beating a fellow gooner using Arsenal.

So how was the last 5 days? 5 games took my attention. From Hull to Turin to Ibadan to Barcelona and finally in Port Harcourt. Football is a lovely sport but it can be cruel to others.

In Hull, Alexis Sanchez took his Chilean magic to the KC stadium and tamed Steve Bruce’s Tiger. They had grabbed a rare double clean sheet against Liverpool and  Crystal Palace with all maximum points. They had savoured a nice meal of the Gunners but before the end of the first half, the game was ended with a brace from Sanchez and a goal from Ramsey. Arsenal rose above the 0-0 draw with Chelsea and will be looking forward to Swansea’s visit on Monday. Hull are in the relegation waters and they are still distracted by the fantasy of being called Hull Tigers. Will the Tigers survive?

The Tiger Tamer


Champions League football offered us two good matched: Juventus vs Real Madrid and Barcelona vs Bayern Munich. Before the draws were made, everyone wanted the Old Lady. Their legendary white and black stripes made them look like zebras among the three lions of Madrid, Bayern and Barcelona. There was joy in Madrid when they were chosen to face Juventus, the Zebra.

Ronaldo and his pride came to Turin. They were stunned by a Tevez-inspired Morata goal before the lions could understand the forests of Italy. Ronaldo grabbed an equalizer but Tevez had the last laugh with a second half penalty taking a 2-1 lead to Madrid next week. How the Zebras held off the Lions from Spain is an art and they will hope to do same in Madrid. Afterall, Real Madrid haev found scoring difficult in the Champions League. They needed a red card before Chicharito could grab a winner in the previous round.

The other Champions League game had two tiki-taka-ish team sweat it out at the Nou Camp. The game had many highlights but “The Fall of Man” still stands out. How Boateng fell under the anointing of Messi is still yet to be understood in the metaphysical world. A world cup winning defender was turned and laid to bed as the demi-god of football lifted Barcelona over Bayern Munich. For those of you still wondering if Messi is better than Ronaldo, more grease to your elbows. You can watch the fall here. Messi has to be sued to court. This is inhumane. More trolls can be found here

Suarez had missed a couple of chances but a 3-0 first leg lead is a very comfortable result. Is this a revenge of the 7-0 semi final aggregate win two seasons ago? Are there lessons from the game at the Nou Camp? ThatEnyimbaFan sure picks some out for the Nigeria Premier League.

Two other games rounded up my week. In Ibadan, newly promoted Shooting Stars shoot Current Champions, Kano Pillars in a rescheduled week 3 game of the Nigeria Premier League. The game ended 1-0 in favour of hosts, Shooting Stars. The Ibadan warlords are beginning to get into the groove but the Northern Groundnut kings have been found wanting on the road this season. 4 defeats in 7 games for the current champions? The other game in the Nigeria Premier League was a drab goalless draw in Port Harcourt. The Port Harcourt stadium have been lacking fans in recent times. Warri Wolves, the only Nigerian team in the continent, came and kept a clean sheet before heading back to Warri.

That is that for the week but i must commend Enyimba FC on their new and lovely Logo. I Love it.

New Logo and Some Meetings.

Enjoy your footballing weekend.

Wednesday Soccer Yarns: The Emirates Draw and Many more

After a wet Tuesday night in the city of Lagos, the sun has risen to its utmost casting its shadows over the islands of Lagos and the metropolitan city thereof. It is a Wednesday afternoon a meeting point between the start of the week and the end of the week. This is the top of the mid-week and by night fall the wind of the weekend will begin to gather and in the footballing world, the weekend games will begin to gather momentum.

Last weekend at the Emirates, I had looked forward to couple of battles; I looked forward to Wenger’s quest to get a win over Mourinho in his 13th try. Unfortunately for the french professor, his lads were found wanting in the final third. Wenger had his game plan but the execution was not 100%. The introduction of Welbeck and Walcott may be questioned especially seeing that they added little or nothing to the final third.

The Back 4 held their lines but were caught wanting twice. Ospina had to send Oscar to the hospital after the Brazilian was sent through by returning Fabregas. Ospina had to deny Ramires a clear cut opportunity latter on.

It was a game of penalties not given and cards not shown. It was game where Fabregas went a diving yet expects to be in many good books. It was a game where the fans were divided over whether to applaud Fabregas for his previous services or to boo him for the way he left the club and even joined Chelsea after he swore never to. He was booed and applauded.

Sanchez failed to spark any fire, neither was Hazard able to get pass young Bellerin. Bellerin kept Hazard at bay and won the Man of the match award with a very good display. Would Debuchy have fared better? No. Sanchez although will need to take the easier routes for the good of the team. Sometimes he holds the ball too long and thus disrupts a certain turbulent flow.

This was a game of near misses and no direct danger to the Chelsea goalie. It was a game Coquelin enjoyed the tackle, had a yellow for his worries and was superb in the middle, snuffing off balls from Blue shirted rent boys and giving it to either of Cazorla or the pea-eyed Ozil. 

Mourinho came – just like before – for a draw and he got what he desired – a 0-0 draw – to send his rent boys to jubilation with the knowledge that they still have a 10 points lead over the gunners. They will face Leicester City today, aiming to increase the gap to 13 points. Wenger will have to wait for the Community Shield at the beginning of next season to have another chance to face Mourinho. An FA Cup trophy and a 2nd place league finish will just be fine.

Forget Henry, he must be riding on the love the fans have for him. Gunnerblog can tell you more but this summarizes it:
“Arsenal do need to make additions if they are to challenge Chelsea next year. However, Henry’s appraisal is otherwise unduly negative. Arsenal are closer than he thinks, and that much was evident in the match with Chelsea. Since the turn of the year, Wenger’s side has faced both Manchester clubs, Liverpool and Chelsea without suffering defeat. His words sound like those of a pundit looking to make his mark on the broadcast world. In his desire to appear objective, Henry has gone too far.” – GunnerBlog

The weekend wasn’t as sweet as I had wanted but i took solace in Everton’s 3-0 bashing of Manchester United. The gunners will face Hull city coming weekend and they will hope to break the defence that have two consecutive clean sheets which includes a 1-0 win over Liverpool. The Reds seem to love the Europa so much. Will they ever return to the Champions League. They just came for this season’s UCL like a 1 year national service. Brendan Rodgers will have a lot of explanation to make.

If English football was all i looked forward to then i doubt i will be complete. The Nigerian Premier League added its twists and turns to my weekend with wins for Enyimba and Kano Pillars. There were no away wins like the penultimate weekend but there were goals and Mfom Udoh seems to have caught his groove. He is already back to the top of the scorers chart. He needs to be the face of Enyimba’s advertisement and deals. 

Did you enjoy Barca’s 6-0 demolition of Getafe? or you preferred Dortmund’s victory over Bayern? How on earth did Bayern miss 4 consecutive spot kicks? I will be looking forward to two more games before the weekend proper: A. Bielefied vs Wolfsburg and Heartland vs Kano Pillars.

For now, it is time to have an African delicacy for lunch.

Arsenal vs Chelsea: More Than A 90 Minutes Game

…Cazorla’s corner is lofted into the Chelsea box, mishandled by Courtois, the Belgian goalie. Terry scrambles it away but it ricochets off Sanchez to Fabregas’ path who tries to starts a lovely counter only to square the ball to Aaron Ramsey who wastes no time in putting Sanchez through for a sublime finish….goal…goal…goal… ”

The shout of goal woke my flat mate up and he rushed in to wake me up from my slumber. I had a smile on my face – a smile i hope Wenger will have after the 90 minutes encounter with Mourinho at the Emirates on Sunday. It was a dream but there is no Gunner that won’t have a dig at Chelsea if Mourinho loses on Sunday to Wenger especially for those who have added Cesc Fabregas to their black books for joining Chelsea.

I still remember how we lost 3-1 to FC Barcelona in a game that RvP saw red. Fabregas assisted Xavi et al in one of their goals and i would grin from east to west if he assists Sanchez or Ramsey to grab Arsenal’s winning goal. Virtually every player is a mercenary. Forget those quote of love for the club. Money answereth all things.

The game is almost all about Jose and Arsene. 12 times the two coaches have squared up against themselves, 12 times with the same club, 12 times Wenger have failed to win the Portuguese. This will be their 13th affair and Wenger will hope it doesn’t end up like the 12th, where he shoved Mourinho like a little brat in a 2-0 lose or his 1000th Arsenal game where he had 6 for dinner.

Arsene Wenger (left) and Mourinho have over a decade of history in the Premier League 

Arsene may down play the fact that it is about Mourinho and him but we all know deep down that he longs to grab Mourinho by the scruff of his neck and shove him off to a good defeat – maybe a 6-0 payback. Will Wenger get his first win over Mourinho?

The gunners are in form and this might be the best time to start a new record. The FA cup final looks a more certain path to Silverware with Aston Villa the last stumbling block but the Premier League is 10pts away. This 10pts can be reduced to 7pts if and only if Arsenal defeat Chelsea on Sunday.

Mathematically, if we win, it [the title] will be possible, but Chelsea have their future and the championship in their hands. What we can do is get closer to them, and we have an opportunity to that at home. We want to take it. – Wenger

Chelsea may go on to win the League but Arsenal must finish the new habit of winning against the top4 with those victories over the Manchester brothers and the Red half of Liverpool. 8 straight wins in the league is no ordinary feat, though Chelsea are unbeaten in their last 12 games. A victory on Sunday will move the Gunners away from Manchester City and Manchester United and most likely give them a better place in the UEFA champions League seeding following the new seeding system.

The race for the PFA player of the year is on and Hazard seems to be leading the race with Sanchez and Kane chasing vigorously. It will be a showdown for Hazard and Sanchez. One will need to outplay the other to make a case for that award. Chelsea’s regular 1-0 Hazard wins will be enough especially if it is aided by the opposition goalies gifting them a cheap goal. Sanchez will need to be on his bestest best and make Chelsea pay for their sins with nothing less than a brace. It will be fun to see Terry and Ivanovic turned around by the Chilean.

This game will also give us a good comparison between Matic and our new found detective Coquelin. Le Coq’s assignment will be to arrest Fabregas, obstruct Hazard and prepare the table for Cazorla and Ozil to confuse Matic. Coquelin has been on a meteoric rise and there is no better game to showcase your talent than against a bitter rival.

There will be no Costa Biscuit and Remy Martins but Gabriel and Koscienly must keep Didier Drogba in check. He seems to always have Arsenal’s control numbers. The gunners must be ready for any Chelsea counter attack because Mourinho’s game plan at the Emirates have always been defensive.

Chelsea have been very, very efficient on counter-attacks, very efficient on set-pieces as well, so to nullify their strengths will be important

In 169 matches, Arsenal have won 66 compared to Chelsea’s 55 with the 6-0 defeat being Arsenal’s greatest loss to the West Londoners. Will the gunners make it their 67th win? 90 minutes will tell.

A win will surely have its positive in my new week. Come on You Gunners.

Enjoy and get ready.


The Five: Arsenal, FA Cup and Three Away Wins in the NPFL

Last weekend was eventful for me, check out my top five highlights

Arsenal Sanchez Through To The FA Cup Final

Arsenal squirmed, hopped, snicked, and Sanchezed through Reading to book a place in the FA Cup final. The Gunners opened scoring just before the 1st half break through Alexis Sanchez. The Royals came out of the break stronger and got an equalizer thanks to a lil’ deflection from Gibbs past Szczesny. The game went into extra time like Arsenal’s previous two games against lower league opposition and as expected the gunners came out tops with a goal from the Chilean Rottweiler. The ball squirmed through Frederici’s arms, through his legs and slowly across the line. It was excruciating for the goalie who had pulled out great saves all day, only to summarize with such error. It was like Szczesny-2011 reloaded. The ground refused to open for the poor goalie.

Adam Federici

Please Don’t Go…..


A win is a win, A semifinal win grants you a ticket to the final. Wembley again!!! Beerhugz again!!!!

Micheal Owen Should Be Taken Seriously

Liverpool were beaten by Aston Villa by same margin Arsenal defeated Reading. Liverpool looked so downtrodden. It was their only option to get close to a silverware especially with Legend Gerrard leaving in the summer. The defeat was icing to my Arsenal-winning cake because it validates the facts that Micheal Owen should be taken seriously, if you understand what i mean. Why so much hatred for Arsenal from a former bench warmer? He has always gotten it wrong predicting against Arsenal. He must have gone to the wrong VooDoo school to learn such horrendous skill. How does he sleep after such revelations.

Liverpool will win the FA Cup, Arsenal won’t make Premier League Top4, Sterling better than Ozil….


Sorry Liverpool, You may still get the Europa League if…..

Arsenal Remain 2nd Without Kicking a League Ball

Manchester United went to Stamford Bridge, did the playing and played into Mourinho’s tactical plan before given away all three points that may have seen them leapfrog Arsenal to 2nd place and give Chelsea one last chase. Unfortunately, LVG will have to leave the chasing to Arsenal, although near impossible. The defeat for the Red Devils means Arsenal can go 4 points clear if they win their outstanding game. This will be an improvement to last season’s 4th. Can we still chase Chelsea? I don’t see Chelsea losing anytime soon. Hopefully they fall at the Emirates with Wenger getting his first win over Jose Mourinho

Three Away Wins in The Nigeria Premier League.

Sometimes you look at the results of the Nigeria Premier League and you see a high percentage of home wins characterized by 1-0 wins or late late penalties. Last week was different with three clean away wins with even the home fans applauding the away team for being the better side unlike in previous times where it could have lead to an uproar from the home fans. The league is taking bold steps forward and it is heartwarming to note that the NFF have recently suspended two referees that had a poor day in the week.


Heartland….100% Efficiency


Has the away wins be spurred by the extra reward attached to away wins? See the full results of the week 4 fixtures.

Kano Pillars 1-0 Enyimba
Bayelsa Utd 1-0 FC Taraba
Kwara Utd 1-3 Heartland
Lobi Stars 2-2 Sharks
Akwa Utd 1-0 Gabros FC
Rangers 0-1 Giwa FC
Abia Warriors 1-2 Wikki Tourists
Nasarawa Utd 0-0 Shooting Stars
Sunshine Stars 2-1 Dolphins


The NFF are yet to sign a deal with Keshi. The political romance continues with shadows cast over the Super Eagles. How can we forge ahead with our eyes blindfolded? I hear Amokachi will not continue as Keshi’s assistant when he signs the deal.

The beach soccer team lost 4-3 to Senegal in the semi final of the Beach Soccer tournament in Seychelles. Winners Madagascar will represent Africa alongside Senegal in the world cup.

What a weekend. Mid week actions return in the Nigeria Premier League…


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