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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 and and frequently guest on various podcasts and radio shows.


Why You Need To Treat Comments About “Another Premier League Collapse By Arsenal” With Skepticism

Written by on March 4, 2014 | 2 Comments »
Posted in Arsenal

The loss to Stoke was a dreadful blow to Arsenal’s hopes of challenging for the Premier League title. With very tough fixtures against Spurs, Everton, Chelsea and Manchester City coming soon dropping three points against Stoke was something Arsenal could ill-afford.

Within 24 hours there were blogs and articles commenting on the loss and pundits chiming in on radio and TV. The common view was essentially that “Arsenal was heading for another late season Premier League collapse.”

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2 responses to “Why You Need To Treat Comments About “Another Premier League Collapse By Arsenal” With Skepticism”

  1. Smiley says:

    I don’t think the loss to Stoke triggered fan panic and the pundits citing Arsenal’s collapse. The majority of top pundits, ex Arsenal players and fans kept stating that the penny pincher wouldn’t win the title due to lack of striker depth and leadership on the field even when Arsenal were top of table for most of the season.

  2. Smiley says:

    Bobby – Any thoughts or speculation on why the “failure specialist” 🙂 has yet to sign a new contract. You know my speculation on this matter.

    * Sorry for the consecutive posts.

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