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Arseblog - the Arsecasts, Arsenal podcasts

Arseblog - the Arsecasts, Arsenal podcasts

arseblog.com

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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

The Arsenal Women Arsecast Episode 15 - Frauen Bundesliga, Frown WSL

On this bonus edition of the Arsenal Women Arsecast, Tim and Pippa talk about the recent decision to terminate the WSL season with the Guardian's women's football writer Suzy Wrack. Have the FA lacked ambition with the decision to terminate? Does it reflect badly on England and its commitment to women's football that it hasn't found a way to return? The panel discusses the decision in-depth. In Germany, the Frauen Bundesliga will return this weekend, however and to talk about Germany's approach to getting women's football back up and running, Tim is joined by Ellen Hanisch from the Frauen reden uber fussball [FURF] podcast. Tim and Ellen chat about the current situation in the Bundesliga table, how Germany was able to get the show back on the road for women's teams, the situation with USV Jena who are not allowed to train yet but will be asked to play and some of the games and players to look out for. You can follow Suzy on twitter @SuzyWrack and you can follow Ellen @ellen_hanisch See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

49 MIN3 d ago
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The Arsenal Women Arsecast Episode 15 - Frauen Bundesliga, Frown WSL

Episode 581 - Scouting

EOn this week's show I'm joined by Arsenal's former head of scouting for North America, Danny Karbassiyoon to chat about ... well ... scouting. What are the typical scouting set-ups at big clubs? How has the introduction and growing importance of data changed the job? How do clubs deploy their scouts in tandem with their recruitment needs? What exactly does a scout do when they're at games and watching their targets? All this and lots more with Danny. Follow him on Twitter @dkarbassiyoon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

61 MIN3 d ago
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Episode 581 - Scouting

The Arsenal Women Arsecast Episode 14 - The Queens & Vic

Between 1993 and 2013, Arsenal Ladies won 14 league titles, 12 FA Cups, 13 League Cups and the European Cup- the first and only British side to win the European Cup in the women's game. On this month's episode, Tim is joined by Rich Laverty to discuss Arsenal's domestic dominance under Vic Akers and some of the players that underpinned it. Rich recently wrote an article on Arsenal Ladies' success in the Arsenal special edition of These Football Times magazine. Tim is then joined by women's football journalist Catherine Etoe, who covered Arsenal extensively in the early 2000s. Tim and Catherine discuss the great Gunners sides of the early 21st century. Catherine covered both legs of the 2007 European Cup Final against Umea and she reminisces about Arsenal's achievement in that final. Also this month, we hear from Gunners left-back Katie McCabe on this month's edition of 'Teammates.' Who from the current squad would make the best Prime Minister? Who would be the best in a fight? Or a pub quiz? Find out by listening to this month's episode... See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

71 MIN6 d ago
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The Arsenal Women Arsecast Episode 14 - The Queens & Vic

Arsecast Extra Episode 350 - 25.05.2020

EThis week's show is Totally Crackers, as we discuss the players returning to training, some of the hairstyles on display, Lucas Torreira's impressive new physique, as well as the ticket refund scheme, and links with Philippe Coutinho. After that we answer listener questions about ideal kit design, whether KSE might feel the financial pinch and decide to cash in on Arsenal, Bukayo Saka's social media presence on official channels and whether that augurs well towards a new deal, 'controversial' opinions (not that controversial really) and LOTS more. The Torreira picture is here: https://twitter.com/Samuel_Gilbert_/status/1264843197764767745 See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

78 MIN1 w ago
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Arsecast Extra Episode 350 - 25.05.2020

Episode 580: Football, France, and Fun House

EIt's a bumper show this week as I chat with Tim Stillman about players returning to training, augmented reality and soundtracks for Premier League games, and the lack of ticket refund clarity from the club. Then I'm joined by Matt Spiro to talk about his new book 'Sacré Bleu Zidane to Mbappé – A football journey' – a look at the ups and downs of France and French football between 1998 and 2018. You can also win a copy of the book in an exclusive competition. You can buy the book from here: https://www.bitebackpublishing.com/books/sacre-bleu And finally, it's broadcasting legend Pat Sharp who talks about his career in radio, TV, from Top of the Pops to Capital Radio to Fun House and loads more. Follow Tim @Stillberto Follow Matt @MattSpiro Follow Pat @PatSharp See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

96 MIN1 w ago
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Episode 580: Football, France, and Fun House

ARSECAST SPECIAL: GUNNERBLOG INTERVIEWS ARSEBLOG ABOUT ARSEBLOG

EI have spoken before about the creation of Arseblog, and a lot of stuff that has happened with the site down the years, but always on other platforms. We had some frequent requests to do something on Arseblog itself, and when it was suggested that James interview me, that sounded like a good way to do it. In this podcast, we trace the origins of arseblog.com, its very niche predecessor, the growth and expansion of the site, the creation of the podcast, the OleOle years, the post OleOle chasm and decision to build something bigger, Arseblog News, the addition of columnists like Tim Stillman, the birth of the Arsecast Extra and LOADS more. It's not quite Frost Nixon, but hopefully you'll enjoy it all the same. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

104 MIN1 w ago
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ARSECAST SPECIAL: GUNNERBLOG INTERVIEWS ARSEBLOG ABOUT ARSEBLOG

Arsecast Extra Episode 349 - 18.05.2020

EOn this week's show we find out if James is still 'from Gunnerblog' or does he need a different introduction. We then chat about dubious sound quality from supposedly professional broadcasters, the return of football in Germany and our experiences of watching the Bundesliga this weekend, and how the ability to use five substitutes might impact the game on a tactical level if that rule is left in place. Then there are questions about the Unai Emery interview, lockdown nostalgia, the future for young players and the advantage we might have, Lacazette's balloon antics and lots more. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

80 MIN1 w ago
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Arsecast Extra Episode 349 - 18.05.2020

Episode 579 - Groove is in the Arse

EFirst up on this week's show, Andrew Allen to discuss the framework of the return of Premier League football, the protocols for training, players signing consent forms and the impact on finances. We also chat a bit about the Bundesliga coming back this week, if there's a particular team we're going to follow, and what we might learn from what happens in Germany. Then I'm joined by Tom Findlay of Groove Armada to talk music, DJing, the Arsenal and lots more besides. Follow Andrew @aallensport and check out his podcast @leftfield_pod Follow Groove Armada @GrooveArmada and check out their brand new single here. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

78 MIN2 w ago
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Episode 579 - Groove is in the Arse

Arsecast Extra Episode 348 - 11.05.2020

EOn this week's show we find out if James is staying alert in the wake of new government advice which isn't at all confusing, and we talk about the Premier League meeting due to take place today. The return of football is highest on the agenda, but we wonder about the players willingness to take risks, if medical concerns will be addressed, potential rule changes involving subs, and the need for a mini pre-season before games can begin again. Then we answer questions about curry houses, next season's home shirt, sports documentaries, the changes we'd make the rules of football if we had the power and lots more. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

82 MIN3 w ago
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Arsecast Extra Episode 348 - 11.05.2020

Episode 578: Contracts + Dr Buckles

EOn this week's show we have two guests for you. First up, Jason Shardlow-Wrest, a dispute resolution/litigation lawyer at Linklaters to chat about the difficult issue of player contracts. Some of them expire on June 30th, but proposals from FIFA to extend them are just guidelines right now. We chat about the implications on clubs, players and agents, wonder about what might happen loan players like Dani Ceballos, as well as the transfer market and players whose contracts expire next year that Arsenal might have wanted to sell this summer. Then, for a lovely, long rambly-chat I'm joined by comedian, writer and podcaster Adam Buxton. We talk about his brand new audiobook which is out now, podcasting, being nervous when interviewing famous people like Marc Maron, my anxiety dream ahead of this interview, doing silly voices, plus lockdown TV viewing – some of it quite saucy – and loads more besides. LINKS Read Jason's blog on contracts here - and the Linklaters sports blog here. Adam's Audiobook is available from Audible –and you can find his podcast at acast.com/adambuxton or in all good podcast apps! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

92 MIN3 w ago
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Episode 578: Contracts + Dr Buckles

Latest Episodes

The Arsenal Women Arsecast Episode 15 - Frauen Bundesliga, Frown WSL

On this bonus edition of the Arsenal Women Arsecast, Tim and Pippa talk about the recent decision to terminate the WSL season with the Guardian's women's football writer Suzy Wrack. Have the FA lacked ambition with the decision to terminate? Does it reflect badly on England and its commitment to women's football that it hasn't found a way to return? The panel discusses the decision in-depth. In Germany, the Frauen Bundesliga will return this weekend, however and to talk about Germany's approach to getting women's football back up and running, Tim is joined by Ellen Hanisch from the Frauen reden uber fussball [FURF] podcast. Tim and Ellen chat about the current situation in the Bundesliga table, how Germany was able to get the show back on the road for women's teams, the situation with USV Jena who are not allowed to train yet but will be asked to play and some of the games and players to look out for. You can follow Suzy on twitter @SuzyWrack and you can follow Ellen @ellen_hanisch See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

49 MIN3 d ago
Comments
The Arsenal Women Arsecast Episode 15 - Frauen Bundesliga, Frown WSL

Episode 581 - Scouting

EOn this week's show I'm joined by Arsenal's former head of scouting for North America, Danny Karbassiyoon to chat about ... well ... scouting. What are the typical scouting set-ups at big clubs? How has the introduction and growing importance of data changed the job? How do clubs deploy their scouts in tandem with their recruitment needs? What exactly does a scout do when they're at games and watching their targets? All this and lots more with Danny. Follow him on Twitter @dkarbassiyoon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

61 MIN3 d ago
Comments
Episode 581 - Scouting

The Arsenal Women Arsecast Episode 14 - The Queens & Vic

Between 1993 and 2013, Arsenal Ladies won 14 league titles, 12 FA Cups, 13 League Cups and the European Cup- the first and only British side to win the European Cup in the women's game. On this month's episode, Tim is joined by Rich Laverty to discuss Arsenal's domestic dominance under Vic Akers and some of the players that underpinned it. Rich recently wrote an article on Arsenal Ladies' success in the Arsenal special edition of These Football Times magazine. Tim is then joined by women's football journalist Catherine Etoe, who covered Arsenal extensively in the early 2000s. Tim and Catherine discuss the great Gunners sides of the early 21st century. Catherine covered both legs of the 2007 European Cup Final against Umea and she reminisces about Arsenal's achievement in that final. Also this month, we hear from Gunners left-back Katie McCabe on this month's edition of 'Teammates.' Who from the current squad would make the best Prime Minister? Who would be the best in a fight? Or a pub quiz? Find out by listening to this month's episode... See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

71 MIN6 d ago
Comments
The Arsenal Women Arsecast Episode 14 - The Queens & Vic

Arsecast Extra Episode 350 - 25.05.2020

EThis week's show is Totally Crackers, as we discuss the players returning to training, some of the hairstyles on display, Lucas Torreira's impressive new physique, as well as the ticket refund scheme, and links with Philippe Coutinho. After that we answer listener questions about ideal kit design, whether KSE might feel the financial pinch and decide to cash in on Arsenal, Bukayo Saka's social media presence on official channels and whether that augurs well towards a new deal, 'controversial' opinions (not that controversial really) and LOTS more. The Torreira picture is here: https://twitter.com/Samuel_Gilbert_/status/1264843197764767745 See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

78 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Arsecast Extra Episode 350 - 25.05.2020

Episode 580: Football, France, and Fun House

EIt's a bumper show this week as I chat with Tim Stillman about players returning to training, augmented reality and soundtracks for Premier League games, and the lack of ticket refund clarity from the club. Then I'm joined by Matt Spiro to talk about his new book 'Sacré Bleu Zidane to Mbappé – A football journey' – a look at the ups and downs of France and French football between 1998 and 2018. You can also win a copy of the book in an exclusive competition. You can buy the book from here: https://www.bitebackpublishing.com/books/sacre-bleu And finally, it's broadcasting legend Pat Sharp who talks about his career in radio, TV, from Top of the Pops to Capital Radio to Fun House and loads more. Follow Tim @Stillberto Follow Matt @MattSpiro Follow Pat @PatSharp See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

96 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Episode 580: Football, France, and Fun House

ARSECAST SPECIAL: GUNNERBLOG INTERVIEWS ARSEBLOG ABOUT ARSEBLOG

EI have spoken before about the creation of Arseblog, and a lot of stuff that has happened with the site down the years, but always on other platforms. We had some frequent requests to do something on Arseblog itself, and when it was suggested that James interview me, that sounded like a good way to do it. In this podcast, we trace the origins of arseblog.com, its very niche predecessor, the growth and expansion of the site, the creation of the podcast, the OleOle years, the post OleOle chasm and decision to build something bigger, Arseblog News, the addition of columnists like Tim Stillman, the birth of the Arsecast Extra and LOADS more. It's not quite Frost Nixon, but hopefully you'll enjoy it all the same. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

104 MIN1 w ago
Comments
ARSECAST SPECIAL: GUNNERBLOG INTERVIEWS ARSEBLOG ABOUT ARSEBLOG

Arsecast Extra Episode 349 - 18.05.2020

EOn this week's show we find out if James is still 'from Gunnerblog' or does he need a different introduction. We then chat about dubious sound quality from supposedly professional broadcasters, the return of football in Germany and our experiences of watching the Bundesliga this weekend, and how the ability to use five substitutes might impact the game on a tactical level if that rule is left in place. Then there are questions about the Unai Emery interview, lockdown nostalgia, the future for young players and the advantage we might have, Lacazette's balloon antics and lots more. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

80 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Arsecast Extra Episode 349 - 18.05.2020

Episode 579 - Groove is in the Arse

EFirst up on this week's show, Andrew Allen to discuss the framework of the return of Premier League football, the protocols for training, players signing consent forms and the impact on finances. We also chat a bit about the Bundesliga coming back this week, if there's a particular team we're going to follow, and what we might learn from what happens in Germany. Then I'm joined by Tom Findlay of Groove Armada to talk music, DJing, the Arsenal and lots more besides. Follow Andrew @aallensport and check out his podcast @leftfield_pod Follow Groove Armada @GrooveArmada and check out their brand new single here. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

78 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Episode 579 - Groove is in the Arse

Arsecast Extra Episode 348 - 11.05.2020

EOn this week's show we find out if James is staying alert in the wake of new government advice which isn't at all confusing, and we talk about the Premier League meeting due to take place today. The return of football is highest on the agenda, but we wonder about the players willingness to take risks, if medical concerns will be addressed, potential rule changes involving subs, and the need for a mini pre-season before games can begin again. Then we answer questions about curry houses, next season's home shirt, sports documentaries, the changes we'd make the rules of football if we had the power and lots more. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

82 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Arsecast Extra Episode 348 - 11.05.2020

Episode 578: Contracts + Dr Buckles

EOn this week's show we have two guests for you. First up, Jason Shardlow-Wrest, a dispute resolution/litigation lawyer at Linklaters to chat about the difficult issue of player contracts. Some of them expire on June 30th, but proposals from FIFA to extend them are just guidelines right now. We chat about the implications on clubs, players and agents, wonder about what might happen loan players like Dani Ceballos, as well as the transfer market and players whose contracts expire next year that Arsenal might have wanted to sell this summer. Then, for a lovely, long rambly-chat I'm joined by comedian, writer and podcaster Adam Buxton. We talk about his brand new audiobook which is out now, podcasting, being nervous when interviewing famous people like Marc Maron, my anxiety dream ahead of this interview, doing silly voices, plus lockdown TV viewing – some of it quite saucy – and loads more besides. LINKS Read Jason's blog on contracts here - and the Linklaters sports blog here. Adam's Audiobook is available from Audible –and you can find his podcast at acast.com/adambuxton or in all good podcast apps! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

92 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Episode 578: Contracts + Dr Buckles
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