Listen to ‘Park the bass’ on audioboom After a much better week, Sam Limbert and James Bale talk about Arsenal’s Flamini-inspired win at White Hart Lane and the thumping 5-2 win at Leicester, and discuss how the Premier League is getting more competitive. Subscribe to the podcast via iTunes!
It had been a stuttering start to the season for Arsenal, so a trip to the King Power stadium to face the only unbeaten team in the could have been unwanted, with Arsenal needing to get back on track in the league following the defeat at Chelsea. The midweek cup win at White Hart Lane … More Leicester’s attack helps Arsenal click into gear
It does feel as if Arsenal have experienced a bit of the worst and a bit of best that sport has to offer over the last few games. I, like many other fans, got extremely angry and frustrated watching the defeats to Dinamo Zagreb and Chelsea, with my displeasure being directed at the team, the … More Spurs torched by the Flame
listen to ‘It just made me so angry…’ on audioBoom Following Arsenal’s 2-0 defeat to Chelsea and certain individuals doing extremely things during the game, Sam Limbert and James Bale attempt to make sense of it and not rant too much. Subscribe to the podcast via iTunes!
It’s very difficult to make a judgment on Arsenal following the 2-0 defeat to Chelsea. While the Gunners suffered from poor officiating in midweek in Zagreb, it was obviously a poor performance and I’m sure most fans, like myself, were frustrated at the efforts of the players that evening. But I can’t bring myself to … More Arsenal undone by Mike Dean and Diego Costa
This wasn’t meant to happen. This Arsenal squad was supposed to be much stronger, much deeper and have more quality in reserve, so if the manager made changes, the team would still be good enough to compete in any competition. Ordinarily, making six changes for the opening Champions League game is a pretty daft thing … More Rotation, rotation, rotation
listen to ‘That’s not even a euphemism’ on audioBoom Following Arsenal’s 2-0 win over Stoke City, Sam Limbert is joined by James Bale to talk about Arsenal’s finishing, Francis Coquelin and have a laugh at Chelsea. Subscribe to the podcast via iTunes!
After not seeing Arsenal score a goal in the first two games at the Emirates this season, I’d have happily taken another own goal just to open the Gunners’ account at home for the campaign. So to have both Theo Walcott and Olivier Giroud, Arsenal’s much talked-about strikers, both find the net, and Arsenal keep … More Strikers score and Arsenal win but questions will still be asked