Action packed show today. Three great guests, three great discussions all things Arsenal. We open the show with @JohnCrossMirror who joins us from Stockholm who discusses our defensive run, our England Internationals, Wenger’s voice and the NLD. We then catch-up with Phil Wall of AST who chats about the FFP meeting they hosted this past Monday. And close the show with Kelvin of Black Scarf Movement who educates us on who they are, what they want and of course some discussion on the NLD. Thanks for listening.
What a show this week! Action packed with a great AGM meeting discussion as well a depression ridden roundtable with Tim Clark of @Arse2Mouse and Andrew Allen (@AAllenSport) of Arseblog News. We open the show with @TimPayton, fresh of the AGM meeting, where he chats with us about the AGM meeting temperature, answers and non-answers. Enjoyable as always. We close out the show with a roundtable discussion with Tim and Andrew. We talk about our emotional state. Like our emotional state. Not the players. We hit on the past two performances, why we’re in a such a terrible run and look ahead to QPR. Hope you enjoy it.
Fantastic show this week with two great guests returning to the pod for the first time this season. We welcome @TimPayton of AST and Julian Harris of @Gingers4Limpar to stop by and chat about the Chelsea game, the mid-week CL game against Olympiacos, preview of West Ham and close the show with some great discussion around the recent release of AFC’s financials. Hope you enjoy.
Good show today before I head-out to London! Yes, London. So, today we welcome back two great friends of the Podcast. We open the show with Tim Payton (@TimPayton) of AST. We discuss our amazing run, Arteta and Petit’s comments, RVP contract strategy from Club and Agent point-of-view and of course the QPR game. We close the show with Jim van Wijk (@JimvanWijkPA) of the Press Association. We talk about his article on Wenger’s call for focus, Santos’ thank you to the supporters, the Villa walk and his prediction about our run in. Surprised me. So, hope you enjoy the podcast this week!
Hello Gooners! Lovely way to end-the-week with another great show. We welcome Andrew Mangan, the @Arseblog, back to the show to talk about the game against the Spurs, as well this weekend’s game against LFC and our philosophy going into Milan. End the show with two new guests Phil Wall (@AngryofN5) and Akhil Vyas (@10Akhil) of AST who stop by to chat about the recent financial results, Phil’s blog on Usmanov and since they went to the Spurs game, why not talk about what they felt and saw as we ran riot on Spurs. Thanks for listening.
And please check-out Phil’s blog on Usmanov at http://angryofislington.com/2012/02/20/alisher-usmanov-and-his-30-arsenal-shareholding-take-2/
It’s our first podcast of the 2012 and it’s a good one. We welcome @MattLawExpress and @TimPayton of Arsenal Supporter’s Trust. Our roundtable discussion hits on our recent form, which is really frustrating to say the least, and we also chat about wage structure, transfers, Walcott, Leeds and of course King Henry’s impending (tapped up) move to The Arsenal. We hope you enjoy.
Great little Pod this week for you Gooners. Andrew Mangan, the Arseblog, returns to the show to talk about the maturity in the dressing room, the Captain and our back 4. Show wraps with another great discussion with Peter Wood of Le Grove. We chat about the Everton match, Citeh this weekend, Peter’s run in with Ivan at the AST Christmas party and the upcoming Champions League draw. And somehow we discussed his passion for cardboard boxes. Anyway, enjoy the show. Big show next week!
This week’s episode of The Arsenal America Podcast welcomes for the first time Mark Gonnella (@MarkGonnella), Director of Communication for Arsenal Football Club. We talk about his role at the Club, responsibilities, objectives and fan outreach. We close out our discussion with some history around Arsenal Football Club, and the 125th Anniversary events planned for Friday and Saturday’s fixture against Everton. The show ends with Tim Payton (@TimPayton) stopping by to discuss our recent results and more discussion on Arsenal’s 125th Anniversary events. So, sit back and enjoy another great show.
I have no hesitation in saying we have an amazing show for you today. Two of our good friends, @JohnCrossMirror and @TimPayton, return for a round table discussion about the AGM they both attended, RVP, our current run and of course this weekend’s match against Chelsea Football Club of Fulham. Sit back and enjoy the show. Great fun today!