listen to ‘Podcast EXTRA – Bale’s Bayern Rant’ on Audioboo Sam Limbert is joined by James Bale and Rob Starr to dissect the thrashing handed out by Real Madrid to Bayern Munich as it happened. Bale gets a harsh lesson in being a football fan. Subscribe to the podcast via iTunes!
listen to ‘Rob are you with us?’ on Audioboo Sam Limbert is joined by James Bale and Rob Starr to talk about Arsenal’s win over Newcastle, Abou Diaby and the thrashing handed out by Real Madrid to Bayern Munich as the podcast was recorded. Subscribe to the podcast via iTunes!
Tottenham Hotspur, it’s happened again. For 19 years in a row, Arsenal have finished above their local rivals. For cynics, it shouldn’t be something worth celebrating much, but what is football without a bit of rivalry? For all of the money that the team from White Hart Lane spent, and the number of times it … More St Totts arrives as Arsenal beat lifeless Newcastle
listen to ‘Podcast EXTRA – Easter’ on Audioboo Sam Limbert is joined by James Bale to try and make tenuous links to Easter and football. Subscribe to the podcast via iTunes!
listen to ‘Stupid, stupid technology’ on Audioboo After Arsenal’s win at Hull City, Sam Limbert is joined by James Bale to talk about the game, the FA Cup final between the two teams and David Moyes’ reported impending sacking at Manchester United. Subscribe to the podcast via iTunes!
It’s easy to blame injuries for Arsenal’s demise in the title race this season, and even easier to just blame the absence of one player for the major stumbles the Gunners have taken in the second half of the campaign. I don’t want to be so simplistic about what’s happened to Arsenal’s season, but on … More Returning Ramsey calms Arsenal worries
To say Arsenal’s recent form has been stuttering would be an understatement. Had Arsenal lost to Wigan on Saturday and gone out of the FA Cup, the season wouldn’t have just hit a stumbling block, it would have full-on fallen off a cliff and hit rock bottom. Instead, Arsenal somehow salvaged a draw before winning … More Arsenal begin to build momentum for the run-in