Arsenal fall flat, Liverpool march on and Old Firm history – Football Weekly

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We take a look back at the weekend’s football, starting with Chelsea’s 2-1 win over Arsenal, the games at the top which make Liverpool’s title success a near-inevitability and the rest of the Premier League, which saw several goals ruled out for offside calls within the potential margin of error.

We get Ewan Murray on the blower to talk about Rangers’ first win at Celtic for almost a decade, before finishing with discussion about the best club to manage if you’re looking for a quick payout.

Back on Thursday.

PS: we’re heading down to Brighton, the Sallis Benney Theatre, 20 January. More information here.

PPS: if you’re on the other side of the Irish Sea, come and see us in Dublin! Max and Barry plus two more in January – first date sold out, but get your tickets for the second date, while stocks last, here.

PPPS: two more! Glasgow and Edinburgh, with Max, Barry and Lars and one more, TBC

Mikel Arteta witnessed his team lose to two late goals from Chelsea.

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