listen to ‘If you want a shed-based analogy…’ on audioBoom Sam Limbert is joined by James Bale to talk about Arsenal’s 2-1 win over Burnley in the FA Cup, talk about tools and sheds, and get a little over-excited for the rest of the season. Subscribe to the podcast via iTunes!
With Burnley going well in the Championship, Arsenal had to be weary of their opponents in the FA Cup 4th round, and couldn’t afford to play a severely weakened team. With serious Premier League aspirations, the FA Cup might not be as important to the team this season as it has been in the previous … More Burnley beaten as key players return
Even if Jose Mourinho isn’t there, should we really be surprised that Chelsea still found a way to manoeuvre themselves a win against Arsenal and have the Gunners finish without a full number of players on the pitch? Absolutely not. Even against ten men, this Chelsea team still looked a bit shambolic, especially going forward, … More An unsurprising and inevitable defeat
listen to ‘The Rant-cast’ on audioBoom Following the defeat to Chelsea, Sam Limbert is joined by James Bale to have a bit of a rant about the game, that club and the decision to move Arsenal’s game with Leicester for TV broadcasting. Subscribe to the podcast via iTunes!
As expected, there was nothing pretty about a trip to Stoke. Arsenal came away with a 0-0 draw which, while frustrating, is a significant improvement on recent trips there when the Gunners have surrendered to a meek defeat. It’s impossible to say at this stage if the draw will be any sort of turning point … More Gunners gain a battling point at the Britannia
listen to ‘100th Podcast Special – What about the Coq?’ on audioBoom In a special podcast to celebrate the 100th edition, Sam Limbert is joined by James Bale and Richard Blackburn to talk about Arsenal’s draw with Stoke and look back at the history of podcast, mentioning everything from beards to the Coq. Subscribe … More 100th Podcast Special – What about the Coq?
When Arsenal were pegged back late on against Liverpool at Anfield last season, it was hard to feel hard done by as the Gunners had, generally, been dominated in that 2-2 draw. That game came at a time when Arsenal were struggling for a run of form and had stuttered through the season. But on … More Frustration following another late Anfield leveller