Defeat on the weekend in the North London Derby brought renewed feelings of despair for fans at the Emirates. With the signings of Aubameyang from Dortmund and Mkhitaryan from Manchester United, the long-awaited departure of Alexis Sanchez had been somewhat softened. The following 5-1 thrashing of Everton seemed to promise a new era, or at […]
It’s that time of year again! The Champions league knockout stages are back and the first round of fixtures did not leave any room for disappointment. Thumping wins for Manchester City in Basel and Liverpool in Porto left the English mark firmly on the continent, but it was Spurs’ fantastic comeback against last years beaten […]
Many people turned their noses up when the FA permanently appointed Gareth Southgate 12 months ago – widely seen as another “FA yes-man”, would anything really change from the dire Euro 2016 campaign under Roy Hodgson’s tenure? Critics were only semi-silenced as the Three Lions laboured to top spot in their qualifying group for Russia […]
Making his debut on the FCapitalSport podcast Nick Bornholt joins Freddie and Charles to look back at last weekends north London derby, the ATP tour finals, the latest international rugby and preview the coming Ashes series.
It seems like forever for cricket fans but after two long years of waiting, tonight is the night, The Ashes is back! (England take control in the 4th Test at Trent Bridge 2015) It seems a long while ago now for us fans since England regained the urn with a spectacular innings and 78 run […]
Grigor Dimitrov has finally won a major tournament. While his win at the ATP World Tour Finals saw him bypass matches against Rafa Nadal and Roger Federer, Dimitrov’s achievement cannot go unnoticed. This is an enormous victory for the 26 year old. Since his announcement as a player of exceptional talent in 2012, it has […]
Freddie, Tom and Charles sit down to discuss last week’s international football and rugby, as well as the ongoing ATP tennis finals in London.
Tom and Charles join Freddie to discuss West Ham’s appointment of David Moyes, the latest news and stories from football’s international break and the forthcoming Rugby internationals.
Slaven Bilic looks to have salvaged his career with the Hammers despite the disappointment of Wilfred Zaha’s late goal at Selhurst Park. Having been given two games to prove his worth, the West Ham board will have been impressed by their team’s remarkable comeback against Spurs having gone 2-0 down before half-time. Bilic will be […]
Marcus Smith, the next Johnny Wilkinson? An examinations of 10’s past, present and future. The Rugby Football Union has made a bold statement of intent by investing £443 Million into English rugby with hopes of firmly establishing the title of “world’s leading rugby nation.” The four-year plan includes World Cup victories in the Men’s 2019 […]