1. Arsenal 2010-11: 10 Reasons the Gunners Are Favorites to Reclaim the EPL

    Conventional wisdom going into last season was that Arsenal had given up too many players and not spent enough money on high profile replacements to remain in the Big Four, let alone to challenge for a title...

    Mycroft Holmes Written by Mycroft Holmes about 4 years ago 5,821 reads 21 comments

  2. Arsenal: Jack Wilshere, Aaron Ramsey & 2010-11 Midfield Balancing Act

    When Arsene Wenger challenged Jack Wilshere to raise his game this summer, perhaps only the manager himself could have predicted how completely the 18-year-old midfielder would exceed expectations...

    Mycroft Holmes Written by Mycroft Holmes about 4 years ago 5,349 reads 42 comments

  3. Arsenal Transfer News: 10 Players They're Gunning For This Summer

    ...Or: How I Learned to Start Worrying and Embrace the Rumor Mill. I know, I know. I recently called for an end to the never-ending parade of transfer chatter, but tactical previews ...

    Mycroft Holmes Written by Mycroft Holmes about 4 years ago 14,518 reads 77 comments

  4. Marouane Chamakh, Nicklas Bendtner & Arsenal's 2010-11 Striker Rotation

    The acquisition of Marouane Chamakh this summer figures to be (in its own quiet way) the most significant offseason move Arsenal have made or will make. That is not to overstate the individual talent of Chamakh himself...

    Mycroft Holmes Written by Mycroft Holmes about 4 years ago 10,239 reads 64 comments

  5. Arsenal Transfers: Özil, Cole, Melo, & Other Four-Letter Transfer Words

    It's the middle of July. Arsene Wenger is back in London. Le Prof has already returned to vintage media form, dishing out heaping slices of Thomas Paine pie to hapless journalists and gossip peddlers the world over...

    Mycroft Holmes Written by Mycroft Holmes about 4 years ago 7,447 reads 79 comments

  6. Arsenal 2010-11 Summer Transfer: Laurent Koscielny Scouting Report

    My first emotion when Arsenal confirmed that they had made an offer for Laurent Koscielny was quiet confidence...

    Mycroft Holmes Written by Mycroft Holmes about 4 years ago 6,571 reads 44 comments

  7. Arsenal in 2010-11: Wenger To Bolster Defense but Can't Buy Experience

    How many center-backs does it take to fill out the Arsenal roster? This isn't a rhetorical exercise or a light bulb installation joke—it's a serious question...

    Mycroft Holmes Written by Mycroft Holmes about 4 years ago 2,741 reads 18 comments

  8. Cameroon - Netherlands World Cup 2010 Live Blog: Results & Scores

    It's a tale of two tournaments this afternoon, as group favorites the Netherlands seek to continue their winning ways against surprise cellar-dwellers Cameroon. Don't let the two teams' standings at opposite ends of the Group E table fool you...

    Mycroft Holmes Written by Mycroft Holmes about 4 years ago 671 reads 3 comments

  9. Arsenal FC in 2010-11: Will Diaby and Denilson Make Good for the Gunners?

    Denilson Pereira Neves, and Vassiriki "Abou" Diaby are part of a crop of young, highly talented, foreign-born players Arsene Wenger signed between 2004 and 2006...

    Mycroft Holmes Written by Mycroft Holmes about 4 years ago 3,055 reads 74 comments

  10. Cameroon vs. Denmark World Cup 2010 Live Blog: Danes Down Cameroon, 2-1

    Welcome to the Bleacher Report Live Blog for this significant Group E clash between Cameroon and Denmark! Both sides lost their opening matches and have failed to tally a single goal between them to this point...

    Mycroft Holmes Written by Mycroft Holmes about 4 years ago 726 reads 11 comments

  11. Cameroon-Denmark World Cup Preview: Eto'o vs Bendtner in Must-Win Clash

    Cameroon vs. Denmark, Saturday, June 17 at 2:30 p.m. EST Loftus Versfeld Stadium, Pretoria. Follow the live blog of the game here at Bleacher Report! Cameroon captain Samuel ...

    Mycroft Holmes Written by Mycroft Holmes about 4 years ago 1,455 reads 1 comments

  12. FIFA World Cup 2010: No Goals Are No Problem as Early Favorites Emerge

    Every team has had its opening match, and the 2010 World Cup is well on its way to being the lowest scoring tournament of the modern era...by a long shot...

    Mycroft Holmes Written by Mycroft Holmes about 4 years ago 1,081 reads 3 comments

  13. World Cup Results: In Japan-Cameroon, Honda's Goal Tames Lackluster Lions

    Paul Le Guen's Cameroon squad have questions to answer about their motivation and teamwork after a disappointing first match that should all but end their hopes of advancement at the 2010 World Cup...

    Mycroft Holmes Written by Mycroft Holmes about 4 years ago 353 reads 12 comments

  14. Cameroon-Japan Preview: Indomitable Lions Look To Maul Samurai Blue

    Well-known faces will be riding the bench for both sides when the Indomitable Lions of Cameroon face off against the Samurai Blue of Japan in Bloemfontein on Monday...

    Mycroft Holmes Written by Mycroft Holmes about 4 years ago 925 reads 10 comments

  15. Group E Lineup Shocker: Cameroon Manager Nixes Top Midfielder and Goalkeeper

    In his press conference today in Durban, Cameroon manager Paul Le Guen shocked the world by revealing that long-time first team goalkeeper Carlos Kameni and Arsenal midfield standout ...

    Mycroft Holmes Written by Mycroft Holmes about 4 years ago 1,553 reads 1 comments

  16. 2010 FIFA World Cup: Five Things Cameroon Must Do to Win Group E

    Despite losing their last two pre-tournament friendlies while testing highly experimental lineups, Cameroon look like a team that is finding itself at just the right time...

    Mycroft Holmes Written by Mycroft Holmes about 4 years ago 692 reads 0 comments

  17. World Cup Group E Preview: Samuel Eto'o's Surprise Partner and Cameroon's Form

    With Cameroon on the plane to South Africa yesterday, much has transpired in the last week that may bear on the Indomitable Lions' form and morale in the World Cup...

    Mycroft Holmes Written by Mycroft Holmes about 4 years ago 615 reads 1 comments

  18. Arsenal in 2010-11: Aaron Ramsey's Role in Arsene Wenger's New Squad

    With apologies to Cesc Fabregas, Joe Cole, Mark Schwarzer, Guy Assulin, Gael Clichy, Laurent Koscielny, Yaya Toure, Carlos Vela, Nick Powell, Papa Diakhite, Simon Kjaer, Mikel Arteta, ...

    Mycroft Holmes Written by Mycroft Holmes about 4 years ago 7,801 reads 32 comments

  19. 2010 FIFA World Cup: Samuel Eto'o Suspension and Cameroon Squad Numbers

    Ahead of this afternoon's final World Cup tune-up in Belgrade, word was handed down to the Cameroon Football Federation that Samuel Eto'o is suspended for the match against surprise World Cup qualifiers Serbia...

    Mycroft Holmes Written by Mycroft Holmes about 4 years ago 1,743 reads 5 comments

  20. 2010 FIFA World Cup: Volatile Samuel Eto'o Booted From Portugal Match

    Just four days after threatening to skip the World Cup, Cameroon's superstar striker and captain, Samuel Eto'o, was booked twice in barely a minute and expelled from the Indomitable Lions World Cup tune-up against Portugal...

    Mycroft Holmes Written by Mycroft Holmes about 4 years ago 1,042 reads 8 comments

  21. 2010 FIFA World Cup Preview: Cameroon's Strengths and Weaknesses

    The major question mark about this team, the dominant theme that will repeat itself however far Cameroon advance in South Africa, will be consistency...

    Mycroft Holmes Written by Mycroft Holmes about 4 years ago 883 reads 0 comments

  22. 2010 FIFA World Cup Group E Preview: Why Cameroon Will Advance

    Cameroon has a history of participating in intriguing first round groups. In 1982 and 1994, they twice found themselves matched up with a strong semifinalist, and the eventual champions ...

    Mycroft Holmes Written by Mycroft Holmes about 4 years ago 943 reads 0 comments

  23. 2010 FIFA World Cup: Cameroon Captain Samuel Eto'o Threatens No-Show

    The 1-1 draw the Indomitable Lions played out with Slovakia this afternoon was overshadowed by a very public spat between arguably the two greatest players in the history of the Cameroon national team...

    Mycroft Holmes Written by Mycroft Holmes about over 4 years ago 1,124 reads 10 comments

  24. Cameroon at the World Cup: Offensive Question Marks Remain After Tune-Up

    The greatest question mark buzzing around Cameroon's World Cup squad is their ability to score goals and the uninspired performance they turned in against overmatched Georgia on Tuesday did little to answer supporters' and media-members' concerns...

    Mycroft Holmes Written by Mycroft Holmes about over 4 years ago 382 reads 6 comments

  25. Cameroon at the World Cup: The 10 Greatest Indomitable Lions of All Time

    The history of Indomitable Lions football is best understood as a succession of generations, each with its own memorable records and significant accomplishments...

    Mycroft Holmes Written by Mycroft Holmes about over 4 years ago 7,098 reads 2 comments