There was a strange atmosphere at the Emirates on Tuesday. This was partly because Dinamo Zagreb are hardly exciting opponents to face, and partly because a win might not have been good enough to keep Arsenal in the Champions League. Despite the very real threat of dropping into the Europa League in the new year, … More Gunners have hope to take to Greece
listen to ‘We will take your money’ on audioBoom After a pretty dire day at the Hawthorns for Arsenal, Sam Limbert is joined by James Bale to talk about that game and look ahead to the must-win game with Dinamo Zagreb. Subscribe to the podcast via iTunes!
Hopefully, the 2-1 defeat to West Bromwich Albion can be written off as one of those days where everything that could go wrong, seemingly does. At face value, losing a game in which you missed a penalty, scored an own goal, initially took the lead before going behind and had two holding midfielders go off … More Injuries mount as Arsenal slip up
After losing 5-1 to Bayern Munich, a huge game like the North London derby wouldn’t have been high on the list of options if Arsene Wenger was able to choose the following match. With numerous players still out with injuries, Arsenal stuttered and struggled for fluency at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday, and at 1-0 … More Gibbs rescues recovering Gunners
listen to ‘I’ve been wrung out vigorously’ on audioBoom Recovering from the stress of the North London derby, Sam Limbert is joined by James Bale to discuss an eventful week for Arsenal. Subscribe to the podcast via iTunes!
There’s no two ways of looking at the events of Wednesday night; Arsenal were thrashed. It was as if Arsenal had poked a sleeping bear by beating the Germans 2-0 at the Emirates, and in Munich that bear woke up and quite literally ripped Arsenal’s face off. But for Petr Cech, the score line could … More Arsenal have to get Bayern battering out of their minds
listen to ‘I’m not actually doing a fake laugh, I’m actually crying’ on audioBoom Despite some adverse internet conditions, Sam Limbert is joined by James Bale to look back at the defeat to Sheffield Wednesday, the win against Swansea and have a weekly laugh at Jose Mourinho’s expense Subscribe to the podcast via iTunes!
On seeing the dreadful performance and result supplied by Arsenal in the Capital One Cup at Sheffield Wednesday on Tuesday, people could be forgiven for thinking that all isn’t well at the club. But the signs are that the League Cup disappointment was a blip. Arsene Wenger rested players for that game knowing he had … More Gunners grab three points to start a big week