Date: 18th April 2010 at 3:47pm
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I always said that no matter what happens for the rest of the season that I would be proud of these boys for what they’ve achieved in the face of adversity, and that is still the case, but at this moment in time I can feel nothing but anger and shame.

I think (thought) injuries could have cost us a genuine shot at the title, but that couldn’t be further from my mind right now. It’s probably not the best idea to pen my feelings at the minute, my opinions could be considered, knee-jerk, reactionary and clouded by anger, but football is about passion so why not let it all hang out?

The way in which we blew a 2-0 lead with ten minutes to go is unacceptable, injuries or not the squad players filling their position should be at least competent enough to know the basics of football. A team harbouring ambitions of winning the titles should not capitulate in such a horrifying fashion.

Losing to Spurs is one of the most painful things in an Arsenal supporter’s life, but in my 23 years as a Gooners I don’t think I ever felt this angry with a loss to the Spuds. The game on Wednesday night was, in my book, just one of those results, they happen from time to time, but this ……..

Maybe my anger will subside in time (don’t count on it though), but right now at this moment, I am furious, and I don’t suppose I’m on my own.