Difficult week for The Arsenal and especially us supporters. Just when you think we have some hope, something to look forward to this team completely tears it from our hands and donkey punches us in the face. We still have a lot of games left, hopefully a lot of fight in the tank, hopefully goals and focus. And belief. So with all that said, Tim Stillman joins, fresh off the plane, and @7amkick hops on as well to talk about our run of results. Enjoy. If you can.
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.
Great podcast this week with Ian Darke of BT Sport, ESPN and @Orbinho from Opta. We talk with Ian about our Premiere League run, our midweek slump against Wednesday and look ahead to Swansea and Bayern. And close with the show talking analytics with @Orbinho from Opta. Hope you enjoy.
Andrew Mangan, the Arseblog, and of ESPNFC stops by this week to talk about Burnely, Anderlecht, chemistry, leadership, voice and I could go on and on. BUT it’s not the end of the world. Hope you enjoy it.
Great show talking about a not so great week for the Arsenal. We open the show with Andrew Mangan, The Arseblog, who stops by to chat about his new book coming out in May, Stoke result, FA Cup and contracts for Per and Tomas. Close the show with Jim from East Lower and first time guest Tayo Popoola of the Tuesday Club Podcast who talk Stoke, mental strength, fixture list and importance of the FA Cup match against Everton. Enjoy.
Another entertaining show with Jeremy Wilson of the Telegraph who chats transfers, contracts, defensive record and injuries. Close with Tim Stillman and East Lower talking about our Aston Villa result, Jack is back, defense, Fulham and the away support. Hope you enjoy.
Boom! Two massive results against teams that most would consider “tests”, where others would consider them against opponents who didn’t perform to their highest level. I wonder why? Anyway, we open the pod with Jeremy Wilson who reports on the Dortmund match and close with a roundtable of Hayley Wright and Tim Clark of Arse2Mouse. Fantastic show. Hope you enjoy.
Another insightful show this week. We open with Adrian Clarke (@adrianjclarke) of The Breakdown and Clock End Show which are both avail on Arsenal.com and Arsenal Player. He stops by to chat about the season, player performance, Norwich and Dortmund results. Close the show with Bobby McMahon (BobbySoccerRep) of Soccer Central and Forbes. He talks about his recent Forbes article on Ramsey, the club’s philosophy, ownership and ticketing in the PL.