Hello Fellow Singapore Gooners,
Well that was a disappointing result last night against Swansea City. I guess it was inevitable that our 11 game unbeaten run in all competitions, since 1 March, would come to an end sometime and of course Fabianski would have to have a great game against us. We just have to win the next 4 games against Man U, Sunderland, West Brom and of course Aston Villa!!
Due to the scousers draw against chelski, Arsenal are now guaranteed to be in the CL next season, for the 16th consecutive year. If you think that’s no big deal, just ask the scousers and the scum, they spend more than we do and still cannot regularly get into the CL, only the 3 clubs significantly richer than us have been able to do so and even then, manure failed last season.
Also happy to report that we celebrated St Totteringham’s Day again this season, for the 20th year in a row. #NorthLondonIsRed #ItsHappenedAgain #MindTheGap #ForeverInOurShadow
The Barclays Asia Trophy details have now been officially announced and many of you have already bought your tickets to that event in our exclusive members only sales period. If you have not yet done so, the FINAL day for buying tickets through us and sitting with us in the exclusive Arsenal Singapore Cat 3 section is this Sunday 17 May from 730pm to 1030pm, before our 11pm kickoff against Man U at Molly Roffey’s Bras Basah (MRBB). Again, each member will be allowed to buy 2 tickets. We will however be allowing new membership signups at the same time so get your friends and family members to sign up as well if you need more tickets.
It will be super packed at MRBB so do come down very early if you want a seat and Molly Roffey’s Dorsett will also be screening ManU v Arsenal at 11pm. Please note for either location if you are coming down with your friend who supports ManU, please tell them that these are NOT neutral venues, they cannot wear ManU kits and they should behave accordingly. Of course they can clap and cheer but no taunting and booing of Arsenal. Molly Roffey’s management reserves the right to ask them to leave.
As a buildup to the BAT event. Ian Wright is in Singapore and will be taking part in a Twitter Takeover tomorrow 13 May from 330pm to 5pm hosted by The New Paper. To take part,
1. Tweet your questions that you’ve always wanted to ask Ian to @TheNewPaper,
2. Include the hashtag #TNPBAT2015,
3. Follow @TheNewPaper and look out for his responses!
That’s it for this week,
Come On Arsenal!!