listen to ‘Podcast EXTRA – FootGolf’ on audioBoom After an epic attempt at playing the sport, Sam Limbert is joined by James Bale to talk about FootGolf; the inspirational combination of football and golf. Subscribe to the podcast via iTunes! Advertisements
listen to ‘Oh, Alexis, here’s the ball…’ on audioBoom After Arsenal’s win at Sunderland, Sam Limbert is joined by James Bale to talk about the game, and Arsenal’s entirely deserved, and not at all fortunate, win against Anderlecht in midweek. Click here to subscribe to the podcast via iTunes!
It was quite clear on Saturday afternoon at the Stadium of Light that both Sunderland and Arsenal were short of confidence. Despite a morale boosting late comeback in Brussels in midweek, Arsenal were still a team trying to find some form, while Sunderland were desperate to not be on the end of another pasting after … More Agent Vito helps Arsenal to three points
For 88 minutes in Belgium on Wednesday, Arsenal were dreadful. While for most part the Gunners had a degree of control on the game as Anderlecht rarely threatened, Arsene Wenger’s team struggled to make any impact going forward. Apart from Alexis Sanchez, the team looked laboured, and all the fluency problems that have blighted the … More Podolski powers Arsenal to an undeserved win
listen to ‘Podcast EXTRA – 4 goal hauls’ on audioBoom After Sergio Aguero’s four goals against Tottenham, Sam Limbert and James Bale remember occasions when Arsenal players have scored four goals in a game. Subscribe to the podcast via iTunes!
listen to ‘People’s bodies are cut in half’ on audioBoom Sam Limbert is joined by James Bale to talk about Arsenal’s draw with Hull City, the midfield conundrum, more technology in football and Sunderland’s capitulation. Subscribe to the podcast via iTunes!
Arsenal’s 2-2 draw at the Emirates against Hull City might have been understandable, or acceptable, in the opening couple of games of the season. It could have been explained by saying it was a team that was still ironing out a few issues with fluidity. With new players bedding in, things not quite clicking would … More Fed up of waiting for the midfield to click