We recap the Napoli game (and his travel adventures) with @JamesOlley of the Evening Standard, and close the show with Elliot of @YankeeGunner and James of @GunnerBlog who stop by to chat Everton, Napoli, CL Draw and look ahead to Citeh. Enjoy.
Fantastic show. We open with James Olley (@JamesOlley) of the Evening Standard who talks Arshavin, other player disapointements, squad chemistry. And then a roundtable with Tim Stillman of @Arseblog and Tim B. of @7amKickoff where we discuss WBA, midfield, back-4, Arteta communication and captaincy and look ahead to Norwich. We close the show with first time guest, Miguel Delaney (@MiguelDelaney) of The Independent, Examiner and ESPN, who chats about how are 3rd and 4th trophy successes over the last couple years may be a result of our failures in the Cups. Hope you enjoy!
Three wonderful guests rejoin this week’s podcast. We open with @JamesOlley of the Evening Standard who chats about our little run that includes the same problems, our finances and BIG SUMMER. We close with @EastLower and @7amkickoff who discuss DB10’s statue, Villa, Nerves, Sp*rs and Finances. Good show. Hope you enjoy.
Fun, fun, fun times on the pitch. Where to begin… where to begin? We open the show with the return of @JamesOlley of the Evening Standard who witnessed the Bradford blushes. Talk about the game, the players’ attitudes and do we have the focus to take points at Reading. We close the show with a truly epic conversation with Elliot from @YankeeGunner about the club’s direction, management, leadership, players. A truly honest discussion about where he sees the Club and its failures. Thanks for listening.
The positivity continues this week after we gained a point on the road at Citeh. We open the show with the return of James Olley (@JamesOlley) of the London Evening Standard who stops by to talk Citeh, chemistry, Jenks, Theo and previews Chelsea. We close the show with some positivity from Peter Wood of LeGrove (@LeGrove) who chats about our run, the midfield and seriously, what’s up with the positive thinking? Hope you enjoy.
This week’s show brings it. We open the show with Andrew the @Arseblog from Dublin, where we discuss the roller-coaster of emotions this past weekend and the season finale against West Brom. Then talk with James Olley (@JamesOlley) about Pat Rice’s departure, the appointment of Steve Bould and the rumor mill going around Emirates. We close the show with first time guest Matt Lawton of the Daily Mail (@Matt_Lawton_DM). We chat about the transfer strategy of the club as well as RVP. Of course RVP, right? Thanks for listening.
I hate weeks like this, especially when you have to relive them over and over through the press and from supporters. BUT upward and onward. Anyway, we have James Olley (@JamesOlley) from the Evening Standard joining the show for the first time. Great discussion on the United game, the team’s effort, Arshavin’s as well and the January word of the month “transfers”. We close the podcast with good friend, Andrew Mangan; otherwise, known as THE Arseblog. We chat about the team’s, the supporters’ and media’s reaction to the result. The emotional reaction to the result if you will. We hope you enjoy. Keep the faith.