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.
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.
Sunday Special Welcome to this week’s Sunday Special, a roundup of the best of this week’s sport and FCapital discussion. International Player Picks: Arjen Robben: The former Chelsea man whilst unable to put his team through to the World Cup made his international send more than memorable with a terrific goal against Sweden. Robben has […]
After thrashing Scotland on Saturday, for the third time in Six Nations history England go into the fifth and final week of the Championship needing to beat Ireland to achieve a coveted Grand Slam. If they do so they become the first team in history to win two Grand Slams in a row and the first team to have […]
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 […]
The Four Nations, and the rugby league season as a whole, came to a close yesterday afternoon with a thrilling tie between the two giants of the game: Australia and New Zealand. Having won every game they played in the competition so far, Australia were most definitely the favourites to win. Their form has been […]
Despite beating South Africa for the first time in 10 Years, there is no doubt that there is work for England to do if they want to be sure of beating Figi, Argentina and Australia this Autumn. One must remember that the South African XV who turned up at Twickenham on Saturday is a shell […]