We caused a bit of a fuss yesterday (Monday 16th) when we trailed the ‘Today of All Days’ feature with the above question. Not least… Read More »Did Arsenal bribe its way into the First Division?
This week the Football Supporters’ Association (FSA) released a statement calling on the Premier League (PL) to ‘reverse the broadcast lockout’ on televising football matches… Read More »We need to be able to watch football and it’s time the PL woke up and listened to fans
Arteta is focused on waking the sleeping Arsenal bear! AISA report on the May Arsenal Supporters’ Forum
At 6 tonight your intrepid AISA representative logged into Zoom to attend the latest Arsenal Supporters Forum. Usually these events take place at the Emirates… Read More »Arteta is focused on waking the sleeping Arsenal bear! AISA report on the May Arsenal Supporters’ Forum
Throughout this season AISA (as the Arsenal supporters group most concerned about the match day experience) has been asking for your thoughts on attending games… Read More »You said, we listened: so what happens next? Part One
As I watched the Arsenal/Brighton game on Thursday night from my seat in the North Bank Lower I noticed a small child being held aloft… Read More »Form is temporary, class is permanent, and Arsenal is for life.
Standing in my usual spot on the terraces, I’m watching the league champions score another great goal as they look to retain their title. No,… Read More »The Arsenal – where’s home? Our roaving AISA reporter at Meadow Park
If you want a single word to summarise Joe Montemurro then “impressive” is probably the word that would spring first to mind. If you want… Read More »Joe Montemurro, manager of the Arsenal Women’s team, meets with AISA members