Tag: Martin Samuel

Martin Samuel, Chief Sports Gammon at the Daily Mail

Serious or not? Martin Samuel suggests banana throwing could be ‘reclaiming racists acts’

Whether he was serious or not, Martin Samuel’s comments in Tuesday’s Daily Mail are beyond ridiculous, even for their Gammon-in-chief who has already been complaining that the Women’s Super League gets too much coverage.
BOREHAMWOOD, ENGLAND - NOVEMBER 25: Dominique Bloodwoth of Arsenal celebrates after scoring her team's second goal during the FA Super League match between Arsenal and Brighton and Hove Albion at Meadow Park on November 25, 2018 in Borehamwood, England. (Photo by Linnea Rheborg/Getty Images)

Arsenal win again but papers ignore it

Just one week ago Martin Samuel complained in the Daily Mail that women’s football just isn’t ‘super enough’ to warrant detailed coverage in national newspapers and this week he got his wish as most of them ignored this weekend's games altogether.
BOREHAMWOOD, ENGLAND - NOVEMBER 04: Jordan Nobbs of Arsenal celebrates after scoring her sides first goal during the WSL match between Arsenal Women and Birmingham Ladies at Meadow Park on November 4, 2018 in Borehamwood, England. (Photo by Jack Thomas/Getty Images)

‘Not Super’: Daily Mail football writer makes ridiculous women’s football claim

Martin Samuel in the Daily Mail football section complains the Women’s Super League just isn’t super enough to warrant coverage in a national newspaper.

Journalist asks very good question about Arsenal

I don’t often find myself agreeing with the Daily Mail’s Martin Samuel but in his editorial in Tuesday’s paper he hits the nail on the head – would any other top club allow their CEO to prevaricate for so long like Arsenal have with Ivan Gazidis?
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UK media attack Arsenal fans for awful Arsene Wenger send-off

The majority of the UK papers criticised the atmosphere at Ashburton Grove on Sunday as they continue to be clueless about what is really going on at Arsenal.

Football panel accuse Arsenal of having a backwards mentality

Arsenal are more concerned with making money than winning titles, according to the Sunday Supplement panel on Sky Sports.