February 25th, 2016
It seems like there aren't many Premier League stories this week. Which is odd, because the FA Cup happened this weekend. Maybe Manuel Pellegrini had more impact on that feeling that we'd like to think.
Arsenal started their routine of being knocked out of the Champions League with a 2-0 loss to Barcelona. Are they choking?
Chelsea destroyed a team of Manchester City kids. What does that mean for Gus Hiddink? What does it say about City under Pellegrini?
Speaking of being destroyed, Aston Villa were destroyed by their own u21 side over the weekend. How does that even happen? What does that say about the future for Villa?
Liverpool have a chance at a trophy this upcoming weekend against Man City. Will Pellegrini take this seriously or not?
The big game of the weekend has to be Arsenal at Manchester United. Just how many problems do United have to solve? Will Arsenal start their run for the title at Old Trafford?
Listen and weigh in. Tweet us @TrebleRadio
November 10th, 2015
The show starts this week with a nod to the nice guys. As Ronaldo emerged as the most "liked" footballer on Facebook following the release of his film, the boys pick out and discuss the game's real good eggs.
Next, Allcott revels in Chelsea's woes in roundup of the weekend, whilst Irwin hits back, defends Chelsea, and promises a backlash from the boys in blue.
Ever thought of something that would make the game better for you? "Footballing inventions" was next up on the show with a brainstorm of (now patented) gadgets that will revolutionise the game. A machine that holds your drink when you celebrate and decision making robots are coming soon to a stadium near you.
Craig's question talks about favourite types of goal, whilst offside touches on banned substances and something we never want to see in the game, mashed potato.
All this, Irwin ranting on pet hates, and much more on this week's GT4ABL. Follow us on Twitter for more content.
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November 3rd, 2015
We might have thought that this past weekend wasn't going to be very exciting, but we were wrong. Jose Mourinho made a mess and his Chelsea fell to Klopp's Liverpool after taking the early lead. Manchester United and Louis van Gaal might be suffering a mess as well with Wayne Rooney. Where exactly should he be played now?
Aston Villa have announced their new manager, but what impact will Remi (not Remy) Garde actually have? Is Villa a lost cause?
Leicester have continued being awesome. Are Tottenham really that great? And as always, we go over our predictions.
We get interactive with listener tweets as we record this week, and highly encourage more of this action.