The award goes his way after some excellent tracking of the Setanta Sports and Arsenal TV debacle, after the channel stumbled over a major botch up in Premier League television rights. Many Gooners are still reading up on the progress being made, given the subscriptions many of us pay.
Goonerholic also wrote a lovely article on one Billy McCullough, a former Arsenal left-back who plied his trade in the late fifties and early sixties. ‘holic’s ‘maturing age’ allows him an almost unparalleled reminiscing talent over many other blogs, and serves Arsenal’s history to fans as a real, living and breathing thing for us to enjoy.
Other blogs worthy of note from the past week have been Goodplaya, who wrote some excellent articles on Gael Clichy and Mathieu Flamini, as well as providing some photos from the stands which give a little different perspective of the players. Arseblog continues his fantastic work with the Arsecasts as usual, which given the quality of the production, draws fans and bloggers together in a rather sumptuous fashion.