Tag Archives: One Nil to the Arsenal

We’ll always have Madrid… Here’s looking at you, Professeur

All things come to an end. All that is solid melts into air. We know this. Yet, sometimes, the end is still shocking, sudden, and sad. My father died suddenly when I was 22. Arséne Wenger, when he leaves the … Continue reading

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East of Bull

When Ossie jetted over to stay with his sister in February of 2001, it was the first time in his life that he had travelled alone. Understandably, the teenager was excited but anxious at the prospect. He particularly looked forward … Continue reading

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My first football shirt

This post is inspired by the new product range at the excellent Casa Rebelde, a shop located in Templebar that sells ‘clothing for the discerning football fan and revolutionary’. It’s my favourite clothing retail outlet, their t-shirts are just deadly … Continue reading

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