listen to ‘He wore a knitted tie and still looked awesome’ on Audioboo Sam Limbert is joined by Ed Avern and (belatedly) James Bale to mull over Arsenal’s 6-3 defeat to Manchester City and look ahead to the game with Chelsea. The mood improves throughout as news of Tottenham’s game with Liverpool filters through… Subscribe … More He wore a knitted tie and still looked awesome
I’ve taken a bit of time to write this blog rather than just blurting something out because, to be honest, I wasn’t really sure how I felt after watching Arsenal be beaten 6-3 at Manchester City. There is obvious frustration because, despite the high score line, Arsenal really could have got a positive result in … More A good result for the doubters
When the draw was made for the group stage of the Champions League, most Arsenal fans would have gladly taken 12 points from the six matches if offered them before a ball was kicked. In most other seasons, that would have comfortably been enough to see Arsenal into the knock-out stages with a game to … More Group of death doesn’t quite kill Arsenal
It’s very hard to know how I feel about Arsenal’s 1-1 draw with Everton. On the one hand, the Toffees were impressive and were one of the best teams for take on the Gunners at the Emirates this season. On the other, considering that Chelsea and Manchester City dropped points on Sunday, it’s frustrating that … More A good point or a missed opportunity?
listen to ‘Podcast EXTRA – Flavour of the month / World Cup rant’ on Audioboo In this week’s podcast EXTRA, Sam Limbert is joined by James Bale and Rob Starr to talk about players that are momentarily good, before disappearing into obscurity. Also, Sam vents some World Cup-related frustrations. Subscribe to the podcast via iTunes!
listen to ‘Stickers are a social experiment’ on Audioboo In the latest Sam’s Match Reports podcast, Sam Limbert is once again joined by James Bale and Rob Starr to talk about Arsenal’s draw with Everton, what’s going wrong at Manchester United, the FA Cup draw and the problem with Sam’s sticker album. Subscribe to the … More Stickers are a social experiment
It was always going to have to happen at some point. Olivier Giroud needed a rest, and with crunch games with Everton, Napoli, Manchester City and Chelsea to come, a home match with Hull City in theory presented the best opportunity to bring in Nicklas Bendtner. Within two minutes of kick off at the Emirates … More Arsenal rotate but stay on track