In a post published last week, I called on Nigerian bloggers to drop their blog URLs with a brief description via the comment form so I can be showcasing them on my blog for FREE every week.
Well, this week, I've decided to showcase : Arsenal Newspaper Blog.
Arsenal Newspaper is a blog run by Ameh Joseph , an English and Literature student of the University of Benin. As a die-hard supporter of Arsenal, he closely follows happenings at the football club and in turn writes updates to keep fellow fans informed.
The blog rocks a simple design and I like it for the fact that it is targeted i.e Strictly Arsenal.
From the various sections on Arsenalnewspaper.com, readers are able to easily navigate to get latest news that will make them aware of proceedings at Arsenal.
There are six categories which include Arsenal News, Injury News, Transfer News, Picture Gallery, Blog and Opinion.
The 'Arsenal News' category lets you know what pundits, players and every other football lover are saying about Arsenal. It is under this section that players' lifestyle and interviews are also placed.
Under the 'Transfer News' section, players' recruitment and sales are reported. Whether they are transfer rumours or officially confirmed deals, you'll find them all there.
To know which players are currently sidelined, the nature of their fitness issues and their expected return dates, the 'Injury News' section is the right place to go. All updates you find there are according to excerpts from Arsene Wenger's press conferences, so they are highly reliable.
As the name implies 'Picture Gallery' showcases images from memorable moments at Arsenal. Pictures from training, matches, press conferences, social hangouts and so on are placed under this section.
The 'Blog' category discusses topics affecting Arsenal as a football merchandise while 'Opinion' allows fans give their views on particular topics.
Follow on Twitter via @ArsenalNewsP.
You can add Ameh Joseph as Friend on Facebook here.
Other call-to-action buttons to keep you connected are available on the website.
What's your take on this?