I thought that waiting a few days might mean I was able to write about the FA Cup final in a more considered manner. In the euphoria of such a victory, it’s easy to work in hyperbole and over-exaggerate something as the greatest or the best. But four days after Arsenal’s epic 2-1 victory over … More Yes, it was that good
We only went and won the FA Cup! Sam Limbert & James Bale have a celebratory podcast with some extra guests in the shape of Richard Blackburn and Rob Starr. We have the usual mix of insightful opinion, banter and some top 10 challenges too. Listen to the podcast via Audioboom Subscribe to the podcast … More All hail Mertesacker!
This week, Sam Limbert and James Bale talk about our 3-1 win over Everton, Europa League and a look ahead to the FA Cup final. We have the usual mix of insightful opinion, banter and some top 10 challenges too. Listen to the podcast via Audioboom Subscribe to the podcast via iTunes or Audioboom Follow … More On a scale of one to dirty, that was filth
The chances still seem slim given Liverpool just have to beat a relegated Middlesbrough at home, and Manchester City only need to avoid a heavy defeat to Watford, but Arsenal go into the final day of the season knowing a win could yet sneak them back into the Champions League for another year. If results … More Top four fight goes to the final day
This week Sam Limbert and James Bale talk about not one, but two wins in the league! We may well still sneak into our favourite 4th place. We have the usual mix of insightful opinion, banter and some top 10 challenges too. Listen to the podcast via Audioboom Subscribe to the podcast via iTunes or … More Holding out for a hero
Even in bad seasons when title challenges have fallen away, Arsenal have generally ended campaigns well to consistently secure the place in the top four. This season has been particularly bad and most fans had resigned themselves to Thursday night football, but just maybe Arsenal are beginning to get on one their end-of-seasons runs to … More Southampton seen off as Arsenal show signs of life
Arsenal’s 2-0 win over Manchester United has been lamented by many for not being like the old days of crunching tackles, fights in the tunnel, pizza throwing and Martin Keown coming close to ripping off Ruud van Nistelrooy’s face, but in the circumstances of a terrible second half of the season, it was a most … More Welbeck boosts Arsenal against a lethargic United