This week Tim Vickery and Dotun Adebayo are joined by stand-up comedian, broadcaster and self-confessed Gooner Ian Stone to discuss the February 5th 2011 Arsenal v Newcastle Premier League match, as well as the music and culture on that day. Newcastle managed to claw their way to a draw despite Arsenal having secured a 4 point lead by the second half and their fight-back is acknowledged as one of the most impressive in Premier League history.
They chat about Cameron's first policies as PM, the implications of black players in football and Ian explains why the tribalism associated with football fans is so important him. And Dotun performs a rendition of Bruno Mars' 'Grenade' for good measure.
Do you think football tribalism can be damaging?
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