Merci Arsène

Merci Arsène

It seems somewhat appropriate that my first post in what feels like 22 years is about Arsene Wenger leaving Arsenal and whilst I am sure it is a topic that has already been done to death, I feel just as entitled to have a say as almost everyone else that has written about it. Despite being constantly reminded that I am not as young as I often like to think I am, Wenger is the only Arsenal manager I have…

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The Money in Football – A Fans Perspective

The Money in Football – A Fans Perspective

First and foremost, I am an Arsenal fan. I wasn’t born an Arsenal fan exactly, I don’t think I was really into football until I went to school and even then I didn’t initially support anyone. I thought football was something we played on the playground and then the next level up was the England team which I sometimes watched on the telly. But when I discovered there was more to football than kicking a ball around (ha!) I did…

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Music Friday – 7 July 2017

Music Friday – 7 July 2017

Ahead of the weekend, let’s change the pace up on the recent posts and instead I’ll talk about the music I’ve been listening to recently. The Menzingers – On The Impossible Past I sometimes wonder if there will be a week when I don’t listen to this album but if there, it wasn’t this week. Released in 2012, I was only properly introduced to The Menzingers last year and this album quickly became one of my all time favourites. Whilst…

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Review – Breath of the Wild – The Greatest Zelda Game Ever?

Review – Breath of the Wild – The Greatest Zelda Game Ever?

I realise this review is a little late in arriving but I was unable to get a Switch on release date and subsequently have had to wait a few months to get one and the game. Fortunately, I was able to get them at the start of a week of annual leave from the office job and so I have been able put plenty of hours in.