So much has happened since my last post. Barrack Obama is still the president of the United States of America, Nigeria’s president Dr. Goodluck Jonathan was unseated by now President Muhammadu Buhari. Bruce Jenner did what he/she did. Arsenal won the FA Cup for the 12th time.
The Gunners endured a torrid game against Dortmund in midweek and they had to put up a better performance against an Aston Villa side riding high in the league. Just like last season at Villa Park where the Gunners scored two goals in 66 seconds, it had a deja vu like feeling as the Gunners banged in three goals in three minutes. Gooner Daily rates the performances of the players on the day.
Wojciech Szczesny was relatively untroubled all game long but he made himself big to superbly stop header from Ciaran Clark to keep the hosts at bay. 7/10
Calum Chambers returned to the side following his bout with tonsillitis but he put up a sturdy performance in the back. He can also consider himself lucky not to get a red card for his innocuous challenge. 7/10
Kieran Gibbs marauded the left flank with freedom and he made…
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The Premier League weekend began with strugglers, Queens Park Rangers, battling hard to get a point against a Peter Crouch-inspired Stoke City. Despite his advancing years, the lanky forward still put up a virtuoso performance. However, Nico Kranjcar’s free kick was a thing of beauty. With several fixtures being played by 3.00pm, Arsenal fans watched as their team ran Aston Villa ragged with those three minutes of absolutely brilliant football that led to quick-fire goals before putting the home side at arms length till the ref blew his final whistle.
Mesut Ozil is one player that has been going through a lot lately with the German coming under heavy criticism for his lethargic style of play. It’s not as if he has been that horrible (compared to the likes of Aaron Ramsey that has been absolute shit this season) but when things aren’t going well at the club, there must…
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Nice work on the UI by the way. I also like the service that allows you to disable your hardware token (although I might never use that feature).
In addition to this, I would like to ask for one more update to your e-banking portal; Could you add a service to allow customers DISABLE STOLEN ATM CARDS?
Presently, it takes too long to reach out to the bank to complete a report of a stolen or lost ATM card.
We could do with a simple implementation of this using your e-banking portal.
And if it’s not too much work, you could create a simple API that allows people to disable their cards or freeze the…
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The power of words cannot be overemphasized in the world we live in. My Pastor always say that “words don’t die” and that “words are like seeds”, and I believe Him.
God had to exalt His words higher than Himself……..meaning that even God takes His words seriously…..and I believe we should start doing the same. Psalm 12:6 says “The words of the LORD are pure words: as silver tried in a furnace of earth, purified seven times”.
The bible talks about us being condemned or justified by the words we say. Psalm 141:3
“Set a watch, O LORD, before my mouth; keep the door of my lips”.
Some describe words as the currency of the spirit world while others believe that the battle of life is a war of words. Evil is perpetrated or averted via incantations or recited words…..same as blessings. The Bible talks about Abraham giving out all…
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Despite coming into the Etihad with arguably the best defensive record in the Premier League, Arsenal were bamboozled with a superior wave of attacking football that saw them concede a whooping six goals. Arsene Wenger made some changes from the side that performed so poorly against Napoli with Bacary Sagna, Nacho Monreal, Jack Wilshere and Theo Walcott returning to the side.
In the wake of the Gunners debacle against Manchester City, listed below are Gooner Daily’s ratings for Arsenal’s disappointing lot;
Wojciech Szczesny: Some would say that he was blameless for the hatful of goals he conceded but receiving six goals is a testament of how poorly Arsenal’s defending fared as he wasn’t offered any protection from his rearguard. 5/10
Bacary Sagna: The French defender did well to pass his fitness test to play the game but besides his assist for Per Mertesacker, Sagna had a bad day in…
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