20th October 1990 Manchester United 0 – 1 Arsenal 0 – 1 Limpar (43) It had been coming, no-one could question that. Even the main protagonists weren’t even a surprise.Continue readingTales From 1990/91: Handbags And Hand Grabs At Old Trafford
Manchester United 1 – 1 Arsenal 1 – 0 Herrera (30) 1 – 1 Blackett o.g. (82) The most bewildering of performances ended with the most welcome of points. MixedContinue readingFrustrating Arsenal Finally Take The Point
As days go, Anfield has seen better. Crystal Palace’s win pooped on Stevie MBE’s party spectacularly to the extent that the goals scored being credited as controversial this morning toContinue readingUnited Preview: Three Points For Third
Manchester United 1 – 2 Arsenal 0 – 1 Monreal (25) 1 – 1 Rooney (29) 1 – 2 Welbeck (61) Sent off: Di Maria (76) A good night’s workContinue readingArsenal Dump Ham Actors Out Of FA Cup At Theatre Of Dreams
Matchday. When all the talk of the previous week is put its proper place and context; it’s just talk. Tonight is about delivering on those words. The FA Cup Quarter-FinalContinue readingUnited Preview & From The Vaults: 1906 – Arsenal’s Glorious FA Cup Victory
Arsenal 1 – 0 Manchester United 1 – 0 Ramsey (56) A reminder of what might have been as Arsenal won the match so long noted as a title decider.Continue readingArsenal Restore Pride & Maybe Some Self-Belief
Manchester United arrive at The Emirates for the match that will decide the outcome of the Premier League title. Victory for the hosts today followed by defeat for today’s visitorsContinue readingUnited We Stand Or Divided We Fall?
FA Cup Quarter Final Manchester United 2 – 0 Arsenal 1 – 0 Fabio (28) 2 – 0 Rooney (49) Arsenal’s quest for silverware is now down to one. FollowingContinue readingCup Distractions Over, Now Concentrate On The League
For the first time since 1906 Arsenal travel to Manchester United for an FA Cup Quarter Final tie, hoping to repeat their victory of 95 years ago. It is theContinue readingManchester United Preview: Arsenal Are Being Underestimated…
Manchester United 1 – 0 Arsenal 1 – 0 Park (41) A familiar feeling this morning. Arsenal travelled home from Old Trafford with nothing to show for their efforts, aContinue readingArsenal Fail To Deliver & Get Nothing As A Result
Carlo Ancelotti may have been singing “I’m a Lumberjack” having created a log-jam at the top of the Premier League but Roman Abramovich joining in with the chorus is merelyContinue readingA Good Signpost But Not A Title Decider
The title run-in we were told last week by Sir Alex Ferguson, favoured Arsenal. Their opponents were easier, had less to play for and were all emminently winnable games. HisContinue readingTitle Run-In: Hit Or Myth
When my children were younger, they loved the television programme ‘Engi Benji‘ I think it was called. Whenever disaster struck, as it invariably did with an alarming regularity, the phrase,Continue readingDucking And Diving Ahead Of Manchester United
Platini – Small Man, Even Smaller Mind No sooner had the UEFA President spoken than a lackey announced that the Croat would be charged. Ever the populist, Platini lacks theContinue readingHere’s The Tin Opener – Too Late, UEFA Open A Can Of Worms & Old Trafford Beckons
The reported £80m bid for Cristiano Ronaldo is probably the least surprising piece of transfer business this summer. Having been elected on a ticket that effectively signalled a return toContinue readingRonaldo Deal – Good Or Bad For Arsenal?
It’s all about pride really. Pride in the name of Arsenal, pride in themselves. Pride in their professional reputations. Reputations that have taken a battering amongst some of their ownContinue readingMan Utd Preview – Gatecrashers Or Invited Guests?
Champions League Semi-Final, 2nd Leg Arsenal 1 – 3 Manchester United Manchester United win 4 – 1 on aggregate 0 – 1 Park (8) 0 – 2 Ronaldo (11) 0Continue readingBeaten & Bloodied But Arsenal Are Not Broken By CL Defeat
Forget the Premier League and third place; that can wait until Sunday when nothing less than a win against Chelsea will do. Tonight, nothing less than a win will doContinue readingTime has come again – Arsenal v Manchester United Champions League Preview
UEFA Champions League Semi Final, First Leg Manchester United 1 – 0 Arsenal 1 – 0 O’Shea (17) Before the match Arsene would have told the players that they knewContinue readingFirst Blood To United: Where Was Arsenal’s Rambo
As Arsene celebrates the 4,595th day of his reign at the club, it is marked by one of the biggest games in the history of The Arsenal Football Club, aContinue readingEvery Little Counts – Manchester United (A) Preview