A grim period in the modern history of Arsenal Football Club ended yesterday with the appointment of Mikel Arteta as head coach. The arrival of Arteta immediately injected energy intoContinue readingWelcome Home, Mikel & Everton Preview
Everton 1 – 0 Arsenal In amongst the faux outrage that Manchester City didn’t sellout their ticket allocation at Wembley or ’10 things we noticed about the Premier League thisContinue readingEverton Review: From Despair To Where?
Those worrying about the trip to Wolves following the midweek games get some respite from those concerns. This afternoon we travel to Everton to put our two wins in nineContinue readingEverton Preview: Scrap For Third Is On
Everton arrive at the Emirates for the afternoon’s late kick-off with Unai Emery hunting an elusive clean sheet and three points in the same match. There is a sense thatContinue readingEverton Preview: Two Become One And Lead To Three
Football interrupts the transfer business. The window might be closed and by general consensus, it was a good one for the club but there’s still a ‘but’ hanging in theContinue readingEverton Preview: Auba to Arrive With a Bang?
Everton 2 – 5 Arsenal That was as welcome as it was unexpected. Away form rediscovered in the Premier League and but for two goals sloppily conceded, a top fourContinue readingEverton Review: Five Go Mad On Merseyside
It’s that time of the year. A time when we remember the abysmal performances of last season, where three points were thrown away as the towel wafted in from theContinue readingEverton Preview: Coming Unstuck Again or The Pick of the Mix
Arsenal 3 – 1 Everton Today’s post on Arsenal Street is brought to you by the letters ‘Y’ and ‘O’. As in, Y-O-Y did we play so badly in theContinue readingArsenal Miss Champions League, Koscielny Misses Cup Final
So, the last Premier League game of the season is here. Do or die, as the willing hyperbole of English football tells us. Arsenal need, first and foremost, to winContinue readingEverton Preview: Win or Season Hits The Skids
Everton 2 – 1 Arsenal Arsenal stared the top of the Premier League in the face and looked away in horror, declaring it too vulgar for them. It’s so coarseContinue readingEverton Review: We Got What We Deserved
Get. A. Grip. It’s the Round of Sixteen, it couldn’t be Barcelona so it had to be Bayern Munich. Arsène Wenger didn’t watch the draw; the tension was all tooContinue readingEverton Preview, Old Foes & Arsène Wenger, Football Man
19th January 1991 Arsenal 1 – 0 Everton It’s one of the most played fixtures in the English footballing calendar. Everton and Arsenal have faced each other in all bar threeContinue readingTales From 1990/91: The Arsenal Machine Rumbles On
8th September 1990 Everton 1 – 1 Arsenal 0 – 1 Groves (58) 1 – 1 Newell (72) Arsenal travelled to Merseyside following the North London Derby, unbeaten but trailingContinue readingTales From 1990/91: Dour Draw For Arsenal
Arsenal 2 – 0 Everton 1 – 0 Giroud (39) 2 – 0 Rosicky (89) In the cold light of day, weekends don’t come much better than this. Second-placed ManchesterContinue readingThree Points We Needed, Three Points We Got
It’s the usual time of the season; March arrives as February’s debris is left scattered across the horizon. According to Arsène, this is a vital time of the campaign. ItContinue readingEverton Preview & From The Vaults: 1960 – Mel At The Double
It’s Saturday and for 2014/15, the kick-off time of 5.30pm is more familiar than its’ more traditional counterpart. In fact there is a little under a month before the tripContinue readingTransfer Gems, Everton Preview & Which World Champions Return?
Arsenal 2 – 1 Everton 0 – 1 Saha (24) 1 – 1 Arshavin (70) 2 – 1 Koscielny (76) Controversial officiating took centre stage on a night when ArsenalContinue readingArsenal Not In Mint Condition But Too Sharp For Everton
The transfer window closed with the media’s wet dreams all answered in one go; a ‘world superstar’ move, British transfer record, most money spent on an English player and proofContinue readingThe Sanity Of Everton Following Transfer Madness
Arsenal travel to Everton on the back of Wednesday’s win knowing that victory must be repeated with Chelsea’s contest with Sunderland, surely adding three more points to their total. TheContinue readingArsenal Need To Avoid Coming Unstuck Against The Toffees
Ahead of this afternoon’s potential clash with Everton, Arsene and Ivan Gazidis have been putting some firm opinions into the public arena regarding any additions or departures to the squad.Continue readingSpend, Spend, Spend And An Everton Preview. Maybe.