Blogs from 2011

Way back in March 2011, after finishing my NCTJ Course, I was inspired to start a Blog, it was supposed to be a short term thing to help pass the time, but gradually it became an addiction.

Arlombardi started out as a Football and F1 site, before I realized that I felt at home writing about the Mighty Spurs.

In and amongst the more general football comment are my occasional take on the world of football and even a bit of Redknapp bashing, something that would become a reoccurring theme.

The blogs are in chronological order starting from March 2011 at the top.

Captaincy Problems for Capello and Wenger
Is the Premier League the Premier Class?
Bad Weekend to be a Red
Tottenham’s Failings Are All Self-Inflicted
A Strange and Sunny Weekend
The Greatest Thing is to be Loved
The Weekends Top Stories
North London’s Two Magicians: Modric and Fabregas
The Bank Holiday Top Stories
Right Royal Stories
Weekend of Realisations for Wenger and Schumacher
Is Mancini the Right Man for Man City?
The Weekends top Stories
My Alternative Team of the Year
The Weekends Top Stories
My Champions League Best XI
Summer 2011: The Eleven Hottest Transfer Targets
Euro Under 21: 11 to Watch
Transfer Window Top Stories….So Far
When Transfers Go Wrong. Very Wrong
Summer 2011 Transfer Window Stories
Tottenham’s Transfer Window Tactics Coming to Fruition
Tottenham Need Players to Match their Aspirations

Tottenham’s Summer of Destiny Continues
Can Chelsea and Arsenal close the gap to Manchester?
Community Shield: Who Would you Back?
Five Things We Learnt This Weekend
Win, Lose or Draw. Tottenham’s Season Finally on Track
Realisations Come Home to Roost at Tottenham
Transfer Window Helps Tottenham to Mature
Tottenham Hotspur: Dancing with Wolves
Spurs Keep Hold of Prize Asset As The Carling Cup Slips Away
Do Spurs Finally Have The Edge On Arsenal?
England: Be Careful What You Wish For
Champions League Qualification: Far From Black and White
To Ensure its Future The Premier League Should Abolish Relegation
Football’s Best Feuds
Fulham v Tottenham: A Familiar Face Awaits Spurs
Three Lions Finally Reveal A Spanish Weakness
England: Time To Forget Terry
What’s In a Name: England’s Greatest Football Surnames
Tottenham Hotspur: To Dare Is To Believe
What Spurs Really Need This January
The Alternate Tottenham Hotspur Awards 2011

  1. March 9, 2013 at 4:00 pm

    Well, Man U did win. And even if Arsenal were to win against Spurs on Sunday. Spurs can still reiatn their one point advantage by winning all the remaining matches. Basically, Spurs is in the driver’s seat. They have their fate in their hands and they have the advantage.Lastly, I don’t care if any team wins the League as long as it is not Man U.

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