A big thank you to everyone who has read our blog in 2017.
This year was a record breaking one for us as we broke through 1,000,000 views for a year for the first time. I can not believe what I write has been read over 1 million times. A big thank you to every single person who has read, shared and contributed to our blog.
So far over the Christmas period, there has not been much to write about, so I thought I would share with your our top 10 blogs of 2017.
Read, enjoy, share, and thanks again!
Over the summer, we were privy to a little bit of information that Alexis Sanchez was about to agree a new contract with Arsenal. We jumped the gun, ended up being wrong, got rightly abused for it, and learnt our lesson.
When Alexis Sanchez was flirting with Manchester City, there was a stark warning in the Bacary Sagna switch that moving to City did not guarantee success. The Frenchman one a single League Cup in his time in Manchester.
Another time we were privy to a bit of information, and we ended up securing two of the 3. The 3rd deal dragged on all summer, was 50/50 for a lot of the time and ended up failing through on deadline day.
Certain big accounts on Twitter were revealing information that the Thomas Lemar deal was done. That they had been told the fee, and wages, and more. they were making it up for attention.
An early summer blog about what Arsenal should do if Alexis Sanchez was sold. the view was rather than spend a lot of money on a like for like, Arsenal should use the money to buy a forward and a Number 10. We got the forward, missed out on the Number 10.
One of our trademark summary blogs on 4 interesting topics.
This blog is now 3 and a half years old, and still get’s the hits. The history of why we sing She wore a yellow ribbon in the merry month of May.
Remember banner wars in the skies of West Bromwich? Moist fans found the incident embarrassing.
The date of this blog was April 1st.
We predicted 13 members of the first team would leave the club. In the end 9 left and a couple only stayed because no one else wanted them.