Liverpool travel to The Emirates on a three-game winning streak against Arsene Wenger’s side, having scored at least three goals in each of the last four league meetings.
Josh Sexton is joined by John Gibbons, Craig Hannan and Ian Ryan to react to Jürgen Klopp’s pre-match press conference and preview the game itself.
Also on the show, John Gibbons speaks to Jordan Jarrett Bryan, Arsenal fan and Channel Four reporter to get the opposition view, before re-joining Kev Sampson and John Mackin for the latest instalment of our “Away Days” feature.
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Craig, you “batten” down the hatches on a submarine, so you can make it watertight. Presumably just as you are about to dive. On that basis, it is a metaphor for being ready for action.
In one breath you want to pay 2 million to get ox early in another you want ticket prices to fall we should not be encouraging any of this. The demand for increasing ticketing and tv revenues is because of crazy transfer fees and wages. We need a solution.
one drives the other though. Revenues fall then fees and wages fall. The next Sky deal will not be a 70% increase like the past two so I’d expect transfer fees inflation to start to slow down.
Exactly so a higher transfer kitty drives the demand for higher ticket revenues
Nice of the Arsenal fella to say he doesn’t have a beef with Ox