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 […]
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.
This week Freddie, Charles and Tom looked back at a massive week of London football and Rugby and discussed what lies ahead for the capital clubs in the coming days.
Freddie Stuart was joined in the studio this week by Managing Editor James Doherty to preview this week’s Champions League as well as this weekend’s Premier League fixtures around London!
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Arsenal are one of the most successful teams in the history of English football, boasting an impressive thirteen league titles, a dozen FA Cups and two League Cups, to name just a few. Arsenal have had the same manager since 1996 – Arsene Wenger – who is currently the longest serving manager in English football. […]
A new record was established in Cardiff last Saturday: England won their sixteenth game in a row for the first time in the 146 year history of the side. To say that was unexpected after 60 minutes of play would be understatement. Wales had looked far the better side. England under Eddie Jones have uncanny […]