We open up the show with Adrian Clarke of Arsenal TV who chats about our display or lack thereof, our new formation and look ahead to the weekend against citeh. Close out the show with Tim Stillman and Tim Payton talking about the fever of the fans both home and away, and why is the Club so hesitant to make any noise around “the decision.” And we of course talk about our league position compared to that other club. Good times.
The show’s back with Jeremy Wilson of The Telegraph who chats about our change in confidence, our starting 11 and of course summer decisions for Wenger, Ozil and Sanchez. BUT before we get to Jeremy, we open with Hayley Wright who stops by again to talk about the City and West Ham results and the chemistry between players. Or lack thereof.
Can it get any worse? The show kicks-off with some musings from Hayley Wright on the current mood and protests. Then welcome back Gab Marcotti of ESPNFC and The Times who chats about the impact of AW’s uncertainty on the players, supporters and of course the results. The show closes with NorthBankLower and YankeeGunner who give their thoughts on our display on and off the pitch as only they can. AND to really top it all off it’s 20 years since OK Computer released its beauty to the masses. Enjoy the closeout music…
Where to begin? Like really where do we begin? The toxicity and turmoil at the club has all the makings of an anti-Trump rally, but we do have a trophy and pride still to play for. So why not support the Team, the Club, the manager until the end. Show starts with Paul Mariner of ESPNFC chatting about the lack of passion and focus by the team and close out with Tim Stillman of Arseblog News and @GingersforLimpar who discuss the pain of watching it all burn down.
Show returns with Julien Laurens of ESPNFC and Le Parisien who calls from the road to talk about our recent run, why we continue to make the same mistakes and Wenger’s future. And close out with Adrian Clarke talking Bayern, Sutton and look ahead to LFC, Bayern and Lincoln fixtures.
It’s one of those shows, those weeks that we’ve come to expect as an Arsenal fan. Not gonna hinder my love for the Club, but more questions are bubbling to the top. We kickoff the show with Andrew Mangan where we discuss the run, the mentality, the weakness that continues to pollute our players. And close out with Hayley Wright and Ryan Hunn (Illum Sphere) who chat about the same old, same old Arsenal. Yes, it’s dreary. And yes, we’re 4th.
Great show this week with James Olley of the London Evening Standard who discusses Wenger’s impending ban, the upcoming hearing and look ahead to our fixtures in the FA Cup, League and Champions League. Close out with @7amKickoff and @PoznanInMyPants where we chat shoving, cursing, our hole in the midfield and our riches up front. Thanks for listening.
The show welcomes first time guest Mark Ogden of ESPNFC to chat about new contracts for Giroud, KOS and Coq as well as speculate on what that means about Wenger’s future. And let’s not forget about those other two players contracts too. Close out with Andrew Allen of Arseblog News and @NorthbankLower who discuss what these contracts mean to the club, the foundation and leadership these player provide and why haven’t we kicked on. Hope you enjoy.
Open the New Year with Jeremy Wilson of The Telegraph, who discusses Ozil’s very public contract negotiation, possibility of Wenger’s new one or not, as well as what could The Arsenal do in the January window. Close out with EastLower and Orbinho of Opta who chat about our Holiday period performance, our defensive record, our limited MD pairings and of course the riches we now have upfront. Hope you enjoy.
Well it’s the last podcast of 2016. We open with Craig Burley of ESPNFC, who has been a champion of ours this term, but finds it hard to write us in the title race. Surprisingly not all negative. Really. Close out with Arse2Mouse and YankeeGunner who comment as they only can, but again there’s hope in this team. It’s also that same hope that will kill us. Yup, it’s been that type of week. Thanks for listening.