June 15th, 2016
This week, Treble Radio kicks off it's summer Premier League promotion previews as we talk to Chris Stuttard about Middlesbrough. Chris tells us all about Middlesbrough's season which saw them promoted back to the Premier League after an extended absence, gives us a preview of what we can expect to see from Aitor Karanka's side, tells us where Boro need to strengthen this summer, and gives his hopes for the upcoming season.
Then, we turn our attention to Copa America and EURO 2016. We hit on the big stories of Copa America, including the United States winning their group, Brazil getting eliminated, and Dunga getting sacked. Will England figure out who they are in time to do something at EURO? Do Italy have enough to make a run? What's wrong with Belgium? We answer all those questions and more in this week's Treble Radio.
March 9th, 2016
Arslan & Eric discussed the result of the North London Derby, the disappointment that Arsenal fans must be feeling and the missed opportunity for Spurs.
Further along, Everton seem to be conceding leads weekly, with former Norwich striker Chris Sutton calling Roberto Martinez "a joke". Are Everton a joke? Is Martinez destined to be sacked this summer?
The highlight of the night has to be Aslan's epic rant on Newcastle's loyal fans and what they have to put up with. Will the possible sacking of Steve McClaren fix anything?
All that and more at TrebleRadio. Tune in.
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
January 19th, 2016
It was a busy weekend in the Premier League. Leicester got back on top alone for a while before Arsenal joined them, continuing their good form.
Chelsea got away with robbery after a late offside goal, sharing a point with Everton.
Liverpool yet again lost points to Manchester United. Did they really deserve the full three points, though?
Further down the table, Swansea successfully battled Watford for a 1-0 result. What's going on at Watford? Will Swansea stay up with the help of their new manager?
January transfer business is in full swing and we take a look at some of the top headlines so far with Mignolet getting an extension at LFC and Charlie Austin coming back to the league with Southampton. And what is going on with Adebayor?
January 14th, 2016
This is the best week of soccer/football. FA Cup, midweek league games, and weekend league games. There's so much but of course we have to begin with Arsenal's draw with Liverpool. Which team really dropped points?
Leicester played Tottenham for the second time in three days. If that was any indication of how their FA Cup replay will be in six days, I'm calling in sick to work (maybe not).
Manchester United played attacking football! Will it continue?
We take a brief look at some of the January transfer business, there hasn't been much, look at some headlines and then head to predictions for the weekend.
This week we look ahead to Chelsea vs Everton, Liverpool vs United, and Swansea vs Watford.
December 17th, 2015
The Force is strong with this one. Sort of. Maybe?
Our predictions are getting back on track this week and points that have no meaning are handed out to our winners. Southampton lost to Palace, which only Arslan didn't see coming. West Ham and Stoke played a glorious nil-nil draw with the Hammers impressing without Payet. Leicester defeated Chelsea in a manner akin to Luke Skywalker's perfect shot to take down the Death Star.
Bournemouth continued their amazing run by taking down a lackluster Manchester United. Spurs lost. Tottenham have been defeated and not by an own goal, by Newcastle.
Last Word on Sports' Hugo Jennings joins us to discuss if Mourinho will strike back or be sacked, England at the Euros, and helps us preview the match up between Arsenal and Manchester City.
Our predictions continue to Everton and Leicester. Is Vardez (no, that's not a typo) strong enough to go against Everton's back line? Can Crystal Palace win on a cold night in Stoke? Have Newcastle actually turned things around? Have they found the balance in the Force? Villa surely haven't.
December 9th, 2015
It's our 1 year anniversary as a podcast! Happy Birthday to us!
It seems our predictions have no been exactly on point lately, but we're having enough fun without accurate numbers. This week we back a somehow forgot feature, the flop of the match.
West Ham and United played to a 0-0 draw, shocking. There are problems to fix with United, but what are they? What could help?
The Chelsea-Bournemouth game "slipped" from our radar last week, but it was so great we have to talk about it. Can Chelsea still make a top four bid?
Arsenal played Sunderland and ran circles around Yedlin. Giroud more than made up for a mistake. Will Arsenal be okay with their injuries?
Liverpool lost to Newcastle. What went wrong for LFC? Is this the win Newcastle needed?
Stoke thrashed Manchester City at home in a convincing display. How consistent are City? Can Stoke continue to win?
Aston Villa are gunning for a title. The title of worst premier league season. How has this happened? What is Remi Garde doing?
How great are Watford? Will their duo up top draw attention from buyers?
How long does Gary Monk have at Swansea? What needs to be done? We've seen the talent they have, but something is wrong there. Who would replace Monk if he were to be sacked?
All of this and more on a very special one year anniversary episode of Treble Radio.
November 26th, 2015
In this Premier League weekend preview episode, we start with the rumors surrounding MLS coach Peter Vermes. What could he accomplish in Europe?
Then we turn to Tottenham and Chelsea. Can Chelsea do anything against their press? Will Chelsea win two in a row?
Jamie Vardy's chance to set a record comes this weekend when Leicester play Manchester United. Will he do it? Can United actually score? Is Laura cheering for her club (United) or Vardy's?
We end with Manchester City and Southampton. Can the Saints put on a better show this week? Will City bounce back from their defeat last week?
So many questions!
November 24th, 2015
There was a lot of unexpected excitement and a lot of unexpected goals this weekend and we have some unexpected cat.
How did Liverpool dismantle Manchester City? Can City do anything against a press?
Leicester are at the top and each week, they continue to impress. How long will that last? Will Jamie Vardy stop scoring? How much does Laura love Leicester?
What happened to Arsenal? Is Joe Campbell really the answer? Arteta is out for a while but is that really a lose?
Stoke and Southampton were not as exciting as we'd hoped, but Spurs surprised. West Ham are really really missing Payet.
Chelsea actually got three points; is this finally the start of their "mission impossible" to reclaim the title? What is Diego Costa actually doing on the pitch? Anything?
November 18th, 2015
The international break is over which means the Premier League is back and so are we! Treble Radio opens with a new topic, as Eric and Laura vent their frustrations over the U.S drawing 0-0 at Trinidad & Tobago before we launch into our Premier League preview show.
With really only one big game this weekend, we do our best to make all the games sound interesting.
Liverpool visit Manchester City as the tough schedule continues for Klopp's new side. How bad will the absence of Mamadou Sakho hurt Liverpool, and is Dejan Lovren a capable replacement? On the Manchester City side, will Aguero be healthy enough to play, and if not, who plays striker?
A few years ago Southampton vs Stoke would've been a game of contrasting styles. Now though, Mark Hughes has Stoke playing actual football, with passing and dribbling and everything. What are the keys to this game, and who comes out ahead?
At White Hart Lane, can West Ham overcome the absencese of Dimitri Payet and Enner Valencia, or will Spurs run of good form continue? Dele Alli scored a goal for England, so obviously he's the greatest and West Ham don't stand a chance, right?
To cap it all off, this week's show includes a special guest appearance by Laura's cat.