Wonderful show this week where we really talk about it all. Kick-off the show with Craig Burley of ESPNFC who chats about our “run” and the contracts of Ozil and Sanchez; then the Podcast welcomes Adrian Clarke of Arsenal.com to review our changing formation, the need to for our big players to step it up in big games (nobody is safe). And close the show with Tim Payton of the AST who discusses the latest financials and the need to have two owners. Good times.
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.
This week’s ArseAmerica Podcast welcomes Craig Burley of ESPNFC to the show to discuss Arsenal’s recent style of play and Wenger’s 20. Close the show with Hayley Wright and EastLower who talk about our attacking front 3, Theo, midfield chemistry and more. Hope you enjoy.
Well, that didn’t go as planned, so why not relive it today with Craig Burley of ESPNFC and Jeremy Wilson of The Telegraph. We hit on Theo Walcott Day at the Emirates, the fragile midfield, our mentality and of course what this result really means to the team’s mental strength. BUT we have players returning. Hope you enjoy.
The show returns with Craig Burley of ESPNFC, who stops by to chat about our oh so familiar beginning to the season. Then close with Hayley Wright and Poznan In My Pants who talk season frustrations, what to do up top and look ahead to Newcastle. Hope you enjoy.
Craig Burley of ESPNFC returns to the show to talk about our run, Santi’s play, Wenger’s selection headache and our upcoming game against Spurs. Close out with an entertaining roundtable with Andrew Allen of Arseblog News and YankeeGunner. ENJOY!
Craig Burley of ESPN, @YankeeGunner and @PoznanInMyPants talk Wenger, Club direction & decisions, Sunderland, lackluster chemistry, amazing Sanchez and more. Enjoy.