listen to ‘Why can’t all our players be Iwobi?’ on audioBoom Basking an actual win in the Premier League, Sam Limbert is joined by James Bale to talk about Arsenal’s win over Everton. Subscribe to the podcast via iTunes!
After losing to Watford and Barcelona, a short turnaround to face Everton at Goodison Park probably wasn’t high on the list of things Arsenal wanted to do at the end of a challenging week. Despite the Toffees’ struggles at home this season, they went into the game off the back of a stirring performance in … More Welbeck and Iwobi get Arsenal back to winning ways
As much as there was a small part of me that did think the improbable was possible, Arsenal were realistically never going to overturn the 2-0 deficit going to the Nou Camp to face Barcelona. All that could be gained was some confidence and some momentum to take into the league after a wretched run … More Clinical Barcelona punish Arsenal’s profligacy
One of the only things keeping me, and I suspect many others fans, going during this slightly turbulent time for Arsenal was the prospect of challenging for a third successive FA Cup. While it isn’t the Premier League or the Champions League, it would have been an unprecedented achievement in the modern era, plus I’ve … More Watford take away Arsenal’s FA Cup safety net
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While the FA Cup fifth round replay at the KC Stadium could have been a massive inconvenience for Arsenal, it could also serve as a springboard to injecting some much-needed confidence into a fragile team. The Gunners did suffer unwanted injuries that will stretch the squad in the coming weeks, but hopefully those will be … More Arsenal get goals, confidence and a quarter-final place
listen to ‘Hashtag what a Coq’ on audioBoom Sam Limbert is joined by James Bale to talk about the North London derby, praise the team except Francis Coquelin and try to predict the unknown coming week. Subscribe to the podcast via iTunes!
In terms of the title race, a draw at White Hart Lane was far from ideal for Arsenal against Tottenham on Saturday, with the Gunners now eight points off the top with nine games to go. But in terms of the team showing some spirit, heart and commitment, the draw was a deserved reward for … More Arsenal salvage a point despite second half Coq up
After the agony and maddening frustrations of the defeat to Manchester United on Sunday, I found it hard to muster the energy to be angry following another calamitous night watching the Arsenal. The Swansea defeat merely reinforced the deficiencies in the Arsenal team at the moment with the team lacking cohesion and concentration that is … More I’m just really sad
I’m an Arsenal fan who always likes to look for the positives in any performance, no matter the result. The 3-2 defeat to Manchester United contained no positives whatsoever. This was the worst Manchester United team in living memory and Arsenal made them look alright with a scared and embarrassing performance that was, frankly, a … More The same sinking feeling as scared Arsenal sabotage their title chances