Well, we thought a little mid-summer podast was in order given all the banter on Twitter and reports from UK Papers regarding Arsenal’s transfers and non-transfers. The show welcomes two great guests from last season, Elliot of @YankeeGunner and Tim from @Arse2Mouse. We talk transfer ins, outs, maybes and discuss defensive play, talent and coaching. So, sit back and enjoy the pod. An no, it’s not the summer of 2011. Starting to smell like it…
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.
We kick-off today’s show with a roundtable that includes the World Famous John Cross (@JohnCrossMirror) of the Daily Mirror and Tim Payton (@TimPayton) of Arsenal Supporter’s Trust. We discuss the current run of play given our lack of depth, transfer strategy, speculation, and of course talk about that little game on Sunday against United – which FOX will air LIVE here in the States. We end the show with a return appearance by Kelvin from Black Scarf (@BlackScarfAFC). Entertaining as always. We chat about the mindset of the team going into Sunday’s game and end with some great Sp*rs banter. Seriously, there was no better way to end the show.
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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.