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Luis Suarez Biting Meme

Luis Suarez Meme Showing No One Will Ever Forget His Biting

Posted on 17 Sep, 2015, by in Soccer

Besides biting and diving, Luis Suarez is known for being a fantastic football player, one of the best in the world. But this meme of Wojciech Szczesny slapping/hitting him suggests it’s the former that everyone has on their mind when seeing the Barcelona striker. More

Per Mertesacker, Laruent Koscielny

Arsenal FC – Laurent Koscielny & Per Mertesacker Are the Keys to the Title

Posted on 4 Feb, 2014, by in Soccer

This season and generally under Arsene Wenger, Arsenal are known for their creative football and their attacking players taking center stage. However, like in previous seasons, how far this team goes and whether or not they win a championship depends on how well Laurent Koscielny and Per Mertesacker do at the center of this defense. More

Aaron Ramsey

Arsenal FC – Aaron Ramsey is The Next to Bore Us With the Non Celebration

Posted on 1 Dec, 2013, by in Soccer

Of all the tedious things footballers can do to kill the joy in a sport that’s not as spontaneous and fun as it used to be comes the non celebration after scoring against former clubs. Aaron Ramsey is playing as well as anyone in the Premier League right now, adding two more goals in the fantastic title run Arsenal are having, but he sullied a wonderful afternoon by choosing to do the “classy” thing instead of letting out his true emotions. More

Olivier Giroud

Arsenal FC – Olivier Giroud Thriving Under These Conditions

Posted on 27 Oct, 2013, by in Soccer

We’re at this point of the season in which Arsenal need to start proving they’re not only winners with style, but also a team that can pull three points out of rough matches with their teeth. Their most recent victory is one of those hard to obtain ones, as Olivier Giroud continues to show just how wise Arsene Wenger was to sign him last season. More

Van Persie Doubles Up at Anfield (Liverpool vs Arsenal)

Posted on 3 Mar, 2012, by in Soccer

Liverpool scored first, but failed to capitalize on their superiority all throughout the match. Arsenal didn’t attack much, but Robin Van Persie was there to do his usual fabulous finishing job, scoring twice, including a quality volley in injury time, to give Arsenal a 2-1 win over the Reds and be the first team to leave Anfield with 3 points. More