Arsenal reacquaint themselves with the self-destruct button

While Arsenal have made mistakes in recent years in the round of 16 in the Champions League, the calibre of the opposition has offered some perspective and comfort to those exits from the tournament. This year, there is no comfort. The Gunners aren’t out yet, but the likelihood of turning around a 3-1 defecit away … More Arsenal reacquaint themselves with the self-destruct button

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We can’t podcast on a game on Sunday night that hasn’t happened

listen to ‘We can’t podcast on a game on Sunday night that hasn’t happened’ on audioBoom Reflecting on a good weekend for Arsenal, Sam Limbert is joined by James Bale to talk about the win over Crystal Palace, the moving of the Manchester United match to a Monday and more. Subscribe to the podcast via … More We can’t podcast on a game on Sunday night that hasn’t happened

Arsenal withstand Palace pressure to claim the points

I’ve always thought that the idea that 2-0 is a dangerous score in football is a slightly misleading one. While it does pose a tactical question about weather to keep attacking, the scoreline should be a clear indicator that you’ve got control of the game and don’t need to be nervous for the rest of … More Arsenal withstand Palace pressure to claim the points

We have the chicken

listen to ‘We have the chicken’ on audioBoom Sam Limbert is joined by James Bale to talk about Arsenal’s win over Middlesbrough in the FA Cup, and look forward to the impending FA People’s Cup. Subscribe to the podcast via iTunes!

Focused Gunners cruise into the quarter-finals

After seeing Middlesbrough dump Manchester City out of the FA Cup in the previous round, and the impressive run of form the Teesiders have been on in the Championship, I can’t have been the only Arsenal fan who approached the FA Cup fifth round match with a large amount of trepidation. When Arsenal’s pretty lackadaisical … More Focused Gunners cruise into the quarter-finals