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The original Arsenal podcast - coming to you twice a week (Mondays and Fridays) with news, interviews, analysis, special guests, jokes and occasionally some really terrible songs.

Latest Episodes

Episode 552 - Peaceful Interlull Ramble

EOn this week's show I try and avoid all the heavy stuff about the team, the manager and all the rest. It's been done to death and nobody needs to hear it all again. So, for this episode I chat with the co-host of the Stadio Podcast, Ryan Hunn, about lots of stuff, including his show, podcasts in general including some recommendations, music, VAR and its use in the Premier League, former players as managers, Thierry Henry's appointment at Monreal Impact, Ian Wright's finishing and lots more. Follow Ryan @RyanHunn and @Stadio For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

69 MIN21 h ago
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Episode 552 - Peaceful Interlull Ramble

The Arsenal Women Arsecast Episode 9 - Going Dutch

In this month's edition of the Arsenal Women Arsecast, Tim and Pippa talk to Dutch women's football journalist Annemarie Postma about the Gunners Dutch contingent. Annemarie has been covering the Netherlands team for some years now and is the author of two books on Oranje Leeuwinnen. Tim and Pippa chat with Annemarie about her experiences of talking to Danielle van de Donk, Vivianne Miedema and Jill Roord, as well as the perception of them back home and their roles with the national team. The panel chat about departed Dutchies Dominique Bloodworth and Sari van Veenendaal too- both of whom left the club this summer. Tim chats to Vivianne Miedema and Jill Roord exclusively for this episode and also talks to Leah Williamson about Vivianne Miedema as a teammate. It's a jam packed episode, so pass the Dutchie to the left hand side and get it in your lugholes! Please note: There were some issues with the Vivianne Miedema audio, we've done our best to clean it up, but it's a bit wonky, sorry! For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

54 MIN1 d ago
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The Arsenal Women Arsecast Episode 9 - Going Dutch

Arsecast Extra Episode 317 - 11.11.2019

EArsenal's 2-0 defeat to Leicester was bad enough in its own right, but the tone of the club's briefing as they outlined their support for Unai Emery made things even worse. James and I look back briefly on a game we never really looked like winning, before discussing the David Ornstein piece in The Athletic, how it came across, what it says about the way the club think about fans, and how it has dented some of the trust and belief that had been built up by Raul Sanllehi this summer. What kind of response should we expect from him, Edu and the board? As well as that lots of questions about the head coach, changing managers, should we be put off because of what's happened at Man Utd, and lots more. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

100 MIN4 d ago
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Arsecast Extra Episode 317 - 11.11.2019

Episode 551 - The Goggles Do Nothing

EOn this week's show I'm joined by Andrew Allen for a good chunk of Arsenal chat, looking back at the Vitoria game, another disappointing performance, Unai Emery's football and his future, the importance of a win this weekend and more. Then it's Leicester fan Joe Brewin to take a look at Brendan Rodgers, Jamie Vardy, and the threat they pose to the Gunners this weekend. Finally, some light relief as I chat to the creator of the fantastic Simpsons Arsenal Twitter account, how it got started, some favourite bits and episodes, and more extremely cromulent Simpsons related content. Follow Andrew - @AAllenSport Follow Joe - @JoeBrewinFFT Follow SimpsonArsenal - @SimpsonsArsenal For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

72 MIN1 w ago
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Episode 551 - The Goggles Do Nothing

Arsecast Extra Episode 316 - 04.11.2019

EAnother weekend, another disappointing result. The 1-1 draw heaps even more pressure on Unai Emery, and leaves Arsenal 6 points off the top four. We discuss the game, the manager's odd changes – in particular the absence of Nicolas Pepe. As you'd expect, Emery's future is up for discussion, so there are questions about him, when rather than if a change might be made, potential replacements such as Mikel Arteta and Freddie Ljungberg, the stories involving Jose Mourinho, and lots more. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

95 MIN1 w ago
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Arsecast Extra Episode 316 - 04.11.2019

Arsecast Extra Episode 315 - 01.11.2019

EGiven that Granit Xhaka's statement came out last night, it wasn't covered in Episode 550 of the Arsecast. So here's a bonus Arsecast Extra episode in which James and I unpick what the Arsenal captain said. Why was it released through his own social media channel and not an official club one? Should we read anything into the lack of mention of the manager, or the captaincy? Was it really an apology? Can Xhaka stay on as captain? And what has the response of the club been like? That and more in this extra Arsecast Extra. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

34 MIN2 w ago
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Arsecast Extra Episode 315 - 01.11.2019

Episode 550 - The Returninator

EOn this week's show some reflections on what has been a difficult week on and off the pitch, and even among fans as we all get tarnished with an unfair brush after the Granit Xhaka incident and some other unsavoury behaviour. Then it's Liverpool 5-5 Arsenal, with Charles Watts, looking at the positives like Gabriel Martinelli, Joe Willock, Ainsley Maitland-Niles and, of course, the return of Mesut Ozil. Will his display be enough for Unai Emery to start him against Wolves? All that, lots of the usual waffle and some Holy God FM. NOTE: This podcast was recorded and uploaded before Granit Xhaka's statement which was released last night: https://arseblog.news/2019/10/xhaka-releases-statement-lets-get-back-to-a-place-of-mutual-respect/ For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

59 MIN2 w ago
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Episode 550 - The Returninator

Arsecast Extra Episode 314 - 28.10.2019

EArsenal's 2-2 draw with Crystal Palace was disappointing, but the big story is the substitution of Granit Xhaka, the fan reaction to him and his reaction to the fans. Can we separate the footballer from the human being? What do we make of him having a pop back, even if his behaviour was wrong was it understandable that his emotion got the better of him? What next for him, in relation to playing and the captaincy, and is this just a symptom of a wider malaise? That, plus underwhelming football, more dropped points, increased pressure on Unai Emery, VAR costing Arsenal three points, as well as questions about social media likes, managerial candidates, unity and togetherness, season expectations and lots more. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

97 MIN2 w ago
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Arsecast Extra Episode 314 - 28.10.2019

Arsecast Extra Episode 313 - 25.10.2019

On this post Europa League show, James and I discuss the 3-2 win over Vitoria, and in particular substitute Nicolas Pepe whose two sensational free kicks salvaged a win from the jaws of defeat. We chat about how this might impact him and boost his confidence, especially ahead of the weekend game against Crystal Palace. Other positives include Gabriel Martinelli, fitness boosts for some of our important players, and more, before a long discussion about Mesut Ozil, Unai Emery and what now appears to be a personal PR war between the two. What can the club do about this situation which has been festering for over a year? Then we have questions about the young players, Lucas Torreira's role, Bellerin and Tierney, how fans are feeling about our football and the manager, and one horrendous potential candidate to take over from Emery. All this and lots more. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

99 MIN3 w ago
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Arsecast Extra Episode 313 - 25.10.2019

Arsecast Extra Episode 312 - 22.10.2019

EOn this week's show it's another dismal away day and a 1-0 defeat to Sheffield United. We chat about the game, the indifferent Arsenal performance, an inability to create chances despite having lots of possession, and how this is just the continuation of a run of form that goes back to last season too. Then the second half of the show is basically questions about Unai Emery and the work he's doing: boiling down to the big one, is he the right man for the club, and is it time to make a change? It's long, not particularly cheery, but I think we've covered all the angles. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

99 MIN3 w ago
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Arsecast Extra Episode 312 - 22.10.2019

Latest Episodes

Episode 552 - Peaceful Interlull Ramble

EOn this week's show I try and avoid all the heavy stuff about the team, the manager and all the rest. It's been done to death and nobody needs to hear it all again. So, for this episode I chat with the co-host of the Stadio Podcast, Ryan Hunn, about lots of stuff, including his show, podcasts in general including some recommendations, music, VAR and its use in the Premier League, former players as managers, Thierry Henry's appointment at Monreal Impact, Ian Wright's finishing and lots more. Follow Ryan @RyanHunn and @Stadio For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

69 MIN21 h ago
Comments
Episode 552 - Peaceful Interlull Ramble

The Arsenal Women Arsecast Episode 9 - Going Dutch

In this month's edition of the Arsenal Women Arsecast, Tim and Pippa talk to Dutch women's football journalist Annemarie Postma about the Gunners Dutch contingent. Annemarie has been covering the Netherlands team for some years now and is the author of two books on Oranje Leeuwinnen. Tim and Pippa chat with Annemarie about her experiences of talking to Danielle van de Donk, Vivianne Miedema and Jill Roord, as well as the perception of them back home and their roles with the national team. The panel chat about departed Dutchies Dominique Bloodworth and Sari van Veenendaal too- both of whom left the club this summer. Tim chats to Vivianne Miedema and Jill Roord exclusively for this episode and also talks to Leah Williamson about Vivianne Miedema as a teammate. It's a jam packed episode, so pass the Dutchie to the left hand side and get it in your lugholes! Please note: There were some issues with the Vivianne Miedema audio, we've done our best to clean it up, but it's a bit wonky, sorry! For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

54 MIN1 d ago
Comments
The Arsenal Women Arsecast Episode 9 - Going Dutch

Arsecast Extra Episode 317 - 11.11.2019

EArsenal's 2-0 defeat to Leicester was bad enough in its own right, but the tone of the club's briefing as they outlined their support for Unai Emery made things even worse. James and I look back briefly on a game we never really looked like winning, before discussing the David Ornstein piece in The Athletic, how it came across, what it says about the way the club think about fans, and how it has dented some of the trust and belief that had been built up by Raul Sanllehi this summer. What kind of response should we expect from him, Edu and the board? As well as that lots of questions about the head coach, changing managers, should we be put off because of what's happened at Man Utd, and lots more. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

100 MIN4 d ago
Comments
Arsecast Extra Episode 317 - 11.11.2019

Episode 551 - The Goggles Do Nothing

EOn this week's show I'm joined by Andrew Allen for a good chunk of Arsenal chat, looking back at the Vitoria game, another disappointing performance, Unai Emery's football and his future, the importance of a win this weekend and more. Then it's Leicester fan Joe Brewin to take a look at Brendan Rodgers, Jamie Vardy, and the threat they pose to the Gunners this weekend. Finally, some light relief as I chat to the creator of the fantastic Simpsons Arsenal Twitter account, how it got started, some favourite bits and episodes, and more extremely cromulent Simpsons related content. Follow Andrew - @AAllenSport Follow Joe - @JoeBrewinFFT Follow SimpsonArsenal - @SimpsonsArsenal For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

72 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Episode 551 - The Goggles Do Nothing

Arsecast Extra Episode 316 - 04.11.2019

EAnother weekend, another disappointing result. The 1-1 draw heaps even more pressure on Unai Emery, and leaves Arsenal 6 points off the top four. We discuss the game, the manager's odd changes – in particular the absence of Nicolas Pepe. As you'd expect, Emery's future is up for discussion, so there are questions about him, when rather than if a change might be made, potential replacements such as Mikel Arteta and Freddie Ljungberg, the stories involving Jose Mourinho, and lots more. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

95 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Arsecast Extra Episode 316 - 04.11.2019

Arsecast Extra Episode 315 - 01.11.2019

EGiven that Granit Xhaka's statement came out last night, it wasn't covered in Episode 550 of the Arsecast. So here's a bonus Arsecast Extra episode in which James and I unpick what the Arsenal captain said. Why was it released through his own social media channel and not an official club one? Should we read anything into the lack of mention of the manager, or the captaincy? Was it really an apology? Can Xhaka stay on as captain? And what has the response of the club been like? That and more in this extra Arsecast Extra. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

34 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Arsecast Extra Episode 315 - 01.11.2019

Episode 550 - The Returninator

EOn this week's show some reflections on what has been a difficult week on and off the pitch, and even among fans as we all get tarnished with an unfair brush after the Granit Xhaka incident and some other unsavoury behaviour. Then it's Liverpool 5-5 Arsenal, with Charles Watts, looking at the positives like Gabriel Martinelli, Joe Willock, Ainsley Maitland-Niles and, of course, the return of Mesut Ozil. Will his display be enough for Unai Emery to start him against Wolves? All that, lots of the usual waffle and some Holy God FM. NOTE: This podcast was recorded and uploaded before Granit Xhaka's statement which was released last night: https://arseblog.news/2019/10/xhaka-releases-statement-lets-get-back-to-a-place-of-mutual-respect/ For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

59 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Episode 550 - The Returninator

Arsecast Extra Episode 314 - 28.10.2019

EArsenal's 2-2 draw with Crystal Palace was disappointing, but the big story is the substitution of Granit Xhaka, the fan reaction to him and his reaction to the fans. Can we separate the footballer from the human being? What do we make of him having a pop back, even if his behaviour was wrong was it understandable that his emotion got the better of him? What next for him, in relation to playing and the captaincy, and is this just a symptom of a wider malaise? That, plus underwhelming football, more dropped points, increased pressure on Unai Emery, VAR costing Arsenal three points, as well as questions about social media likes, managerial candidates, unity and togetherness, season expectations and lots more. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

97 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Arsecast Extra Episode 314 - 28.10.2019

Arsecast Extra Episode 313 - 25.10.2019

On this post Europa League show, James and I discuss the 3-2 win over Vitoria, and in particular substitute Nicolas Pepe whose two sensational free kicks salvaged a win from the jaws of defeat. We chat about how this might impact him and boost his confidence, especially ahead of the weekend game against Crystal Palace. Other positives include Gabriel Martinelli, fitness boosts for some of our important players, and more, before a long discussion about Mesut Ozil, Unai Emery and what now appears to be a personal PR war between the two. What can the club do about this situation which has been festering for over a year? Then we have questions about the young players, Lucas Torreira's role, Bellerin and Tierney, how fans are feeling about our football and the manager, and one horrendous potential candidate to take over from Emery. All this and lots more. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

99 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Arsecast Extra Episode 313 - 25.10.2019

Arsecast Extra Episode 312 - 22.10.2019

EOn this week's show it's another dismal away day and a 1-0 defeat to Sheffield United. We chat about the game, the indifferent Arsenal performance, an inability to create chances despite having lots of possession, and how this is just the continuation of a run of form that goes back to last season too. Then the second half of the show is basically questions about Unai Emery and the work he's doing: boiling down to the big one, is he the right man for the club, and is it time to make a change? It's long, not particularly cheery, but I think we've covered all the angles. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

99 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Arsecast Extra Episode 312 - 22.10.2019
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