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Going Arseblog on Your Arses

The more eagle eyed amongst you this morning will have perhaps seen my name pop up in new environs. It's been my great pleasure to appear thrice on the Arsecast over at arseblog. Well, having enjoyed my stint on the barstool, I am now to take up a weekly residence over at arseblog, having met with Mr. Arseblogger and his agent in a backstreet West London cafe, where my tab was picked up and I was bunged a few brown envelopes.

I'll be writing a general weekly column over at arseblog, which will be posted on Monday or Tuesday evenings and will take in a capsule review of the weekend's action, look ahead to what's on the horizon as well as any choice ranting at those people what annoy me. (Arseblogger will continue to blog every morning as usual). You can find my first installment here. Be warned, the language gets a little fruity!

Whether you consider the following to be good news or bad news depends entirely on your viewpoint, but the new column with arseblogger shan't affect my work at Vital Towers. I'll still cover all match reports, keep rolling out the history stuff and stand astride the pedestal when the mood takes me. Basically, I'll be the Jack White of Arsenal blogging. Hopefully, the partnership of sorts with Arseblogger will increase exposure of this fabulous network, for whom the quality of the contributions (both from the hired help and from those of you in the forum moshpit) are of a consistently high quality. Hope you enjoy the first column.LD.

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Writer:Tim Stillman
Date:Tuesday February 22 2011
Time: 1:59PM

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