clock menu more-arrow no yes

Filed under:

Arsenal link roundup for Monday, May 17

New, comments
(Photo by Phil Cole/Getty Images)
(Photo by Phil Cole/Getty Images)

Apologies for the lack of posts around these parts lately; hectic vacation activity afoot here.  Also, the postseason bummer is in full effect.  When does the World Cup start?  These transfer rumors are utterly boring, false as 98% of them are.  The paucity of activity around the Arsenal grounds is a drag.  Nonetheless, here are some links to a few things that are going on or have been written:

 

  • Craig Eastmond's play could set an example for other youth and academy players; Steve Bould acknowledges the effort that the young defensive midfielder/right back has put in this year.
  • Yogi's Warrior at A Cultured Left Foot takes a deeper look at the play of Samir Nasri and concludes that his omission from France's provisional World Cup squad is understandable.
  • Sol Campbell continues to play his role of team encourager-in-chief.  What's nice about this is that he truly believes it, and he does not seem like he will let anyone slack off for very long.
  • Over on twitter, Orbinho continues to provide great nuggets of information about Arsenal's performances throughout the year.
  • Walter Broeckx at Untold Arsenal has an article about referees, bad decisions, and rewards, from a referee's perspective.
  • This goal, um, yeah, was a good one.
Have a good rest of the day.