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Bobby McMahon

Bobby McMahon

You can see me on Soccer Central most Mondays and Thursdays on Rogers Sportsnet in Canada. I write a regular column for Forbes.com and Soccerly.com and frequently guest on various podcasts and radio shows.


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The Stick Used To Beat Arsenal And Liverpool Also Applies To Others

Written by on November 1, 2013 | 3 Comments »
Posted in Arsenal, Liverpool

There is an old expression that “you can only beat what is in front of you” and that seems very apropos given the top of the Premier League table clash this weekend between Arsenal and Liverpool at Emirates Stadium in London.

Any extended schedule is going to throw up easier runs throughout various stages of a season and clearly Arsenal and Liverpool have both been… to read more please click on the link.


3 responses to “The Stick Used To Beat Arsenal And Liverpool Also Applies To Others”

  1. Smiley says:

    Great stuff Bobby… tell that to the delusional Arsenal fans begging Wenger to sign a new contract.

    * One major difference is Liverpool don’t have Europe… a la Roma.

  2. Alberta Gooner says:

    @Bobby

    On MOTD, Alan Shearer said he was impressed with Arsenal’s performance but still doesn’t make Arsenal title contenders until they play the “big three” who he sees competing for the title — United, City and Chelsea. Danny Murphy was even more definitive and said they won’t win the title, which is exactly what Alan Hansen said last weekend. I’ve heard a lot of supporters moan about anti-Arsenal bias but I’m not sure I agree. I do think most pundits see our squad as two players too light or, in Hansen’s case, we don’t defend well enough. And I’m not sure winning at Old Trafford will necessarily change their minds. Thoughts?

  3. I will try to cover off in another Forbes piece later today.

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