LadyArse started in August 2008 as a single writer sharing their love of Arsenal. Since then it has grown to become a collection of writers who all do the same. The main writers can be contacted via their Twitter accounts which are available on the sidebar to the right.
The LadyArse Network expands the site even further to incorporate some of the best Arsenal bloggers and designers around today bringing you wallpapers, tshirts and, of course, blog posts about the Gunners.
If you wish to be considered for inclusion on the LadyArse Network, please get in touch through this email. Please be aware due to the volume of mail which is received there might be a delay in receiving a response. If you have not heard from us within 10 days of emailing, please feel free to get in touch again and shout at us for missing your email.
About the writers:
Lee Hurley has been a writer for over 15 years and established LadyArse.com in 2008. Based in Belfast, Lee travels to London as often as possible to watch Arsenal and has been an Arsenal supporter since 1987.
Stephen Bradley is a Gooner and below-average blogger [his words] who writes what he thinks, but sometimes doesn’t think as he writes. Very occasionally makes a sensible point though, so watch out for that. Can be found on Twitter rambling away under the username @bradley08.
Paul Williams is a 35 year old whose pursuit of the dream led him to… Bromley in 2008. Paul has been writing about Arsenal since 2004, and for LadyArse since 2011. He hopes, one day, to write a book- most likely about Arsenal.
Nyasha Sakutukwa (info coming soon)
Tom Pyman is a journalism student at the University of Sheffield and, more importantly, a passionate Arsenal fan. He used to regularly attend home games but living three hours away has now made getting to the Emirates every other week a bit tricky. Tom has been writing about The Arsenal for a number of years now and aims to one day do so for a living.
Joe Pridmore is an A Level student looking to study history at university next year and then move onto sports journalism and has supported Arsenal since he was 7.
Carl Lewis was born in London during the 80′s and has supported Arsenal for as long as he can remember. He’s an Arsenal season ticket holder and the first goal he ever saw live was by Andy Linighan.
Matthew Wade is a native Londoner and a professional actor, employment advisor and former project manager and has been supporting Arsenal since a 0-0 draw at Highbury against QPR on 2nd January 1988. He is fairly new to writing for public consumption, but has his own blog as well what he hopes will one day turn into a novel. His online handle in all spheres is Lomekian, which there is a long and complex story behind. He hopes to be living in Florence in 2013, but will still be doing some work in London.
Jake Cohen is a Arsenal fan all the way from Australia. His love for Arsenal started when he got an Arsenal jersey when he was seven years old, and has grown ever since. He was able to attend his first Arsenal game live in January 2012 when the team played Manchester United at the Emirates. He is our resident tactics expert.