No watermarks, no snazzy filters, no bullshit. Most pictures are from the Bob Wilson collection, some are of unknown origin. The quality varies, but we managed to get high resolution versions for screens up to 2560×1440 (the resolution of a 27″ iMac). Also included 1280×800 and 1440×900 dimensions for 13″ and 15″ laptops. Enjoy!
Arsenal came out comfortably on top on Saturday night in a game that was billed the biggest of their season so far, against fellow ‘title contenders’, Liverpool. The Reds were let down by their surprisingly defensive first half tactics as they set up to counter-attack the home side but struggled to involve either Steven Gerrard [...]
With the £42.4m acquisition of Mesut Özil, Wenger not only boosted morale amongst supporters but also furthered a luxury problem for himself; with a team full of extremely talented central midfielders, who starts on the bench? Aaron Ramsey is currently the most in-form player in Europe, Jack Wilshere is touted to be the future England captain, Santi Cazorla was the third highest rated player in the Premier League last season, and Mesut Özil is considered to be the best #10 in the world.
Arsenal had to scrap a 2-0 away win against an inspired Crystal Palace side that tried to frustrate us by limiting space. Arsene Wenger elected not to rotate his line-up too much and played Aaron Ramsey wide right and Santi Cazorla wide left, leaving Jack Wilshere with nothing else to do but to play MiniWenger [...]
In 2008 Arsene Wenger and Alex Ferguson were having a silent battle off the pitch in trying to sign highly rated 17-year old Aaron Ramsey from Cardiff. Ramsey had been putting in some impressive performances to delight top scouts everywhere, and now London and Manchester was knocking on his door. It took some morally questionable transfer tactics, good contacts and a personal meeting with Wenger to seal the deal that left Old Trafford fuming.
Sports Interactive and their relentless PR captain Miles Jacobson are back with yet another instalment of Football Manager, aiming to frustrate users in a quest to exploit their unchallenged market dominance for as long as people still accept their shoddy work as a finished product. Again it’s 3D graphics more fitting for the late 90s and hundreds of fluff features to cover up the thousands of bugs that have plagued this series for more than a decade.