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Out of nowhere we’re suddenly linked with a bloke called Fabio Vieira from Porto, and within an hour all the big category A sources are reporting the deal is as good as done. No ITK in sight had any idea, it’s wonderful. We don’t know much of him but can safely say he’s De Bruyne levels. Check out our latest pod where we discuss what we know about …
 
Xhaka and Partey were the clear first choice pairing in the middle of the park last season with Lokonga and Elneny taking turns to be Arteta’s favourite understudy. We discuss how the foursome faired and whether the unit stays as it is next season. Is there a chance Xhaka leaves? Can Lokonga play a bigger role? Will Partey’s injury struggles get wo…
 
With Aubameyang gone and both Nketiah and Lacazette out of contract this summer, there’s still a chance that the three main strikers we started the 20/21 season with all leave the club before the next season starts. With reports however that Eddie is on the brink of signing a new five year deal, we decided to spend some time reviewing the striker s…
 
A fun 5-1 victory to end the season but sadly Delia’s big yellow division hopping yo-yo couldn’t make themselves useful and beat Spurs, so Arsenal miss out on 4th on the last day. Regardless, The Emirates was full of positivity and support for the young team and manager that have given us much to cheer about this season. On our pod we act all grown…
 
A painful episode to record on the whistle. Arsenal limp out of the Top 4 race with a 2nd defeat in a row. No goals in two games and a fair few conceded in the process. No-one gave this young team a chance at finishing in the Top 4 and sadly in the end it looks as though barring a miracle at Carrow Road then 5th is where we’ll end up. An admirable …
 
Disaster. Out of all the scenarios that could’ve happened in the NLD, this was one of the worst. One centre back sent off within 30 mins, the other one injured at the end, and an absolute hammering in between. Arsenal head into the final two games of the season still in the box seat for 4th but with a defensive crisis to deal with and team confiden…
 
It’s the Arsenal we’re coming to know and love. Make an 11 man Leeds look like fodder but a 10 man Leeds look like Liverpool. Luckily the beatdown we gave Leeds prior to old boy Luke Ayling getting sent off was enough to seal three points and put Arsenal in a powerful position in the Top 4 race. A win on Thursday in the NLD and it’s sealed. A loss …
 
West Ham 1 Arsenal 2 The chant was “Yellows! Yellows! Yellows!” on Sunday which in hindsight probably made the ref think we just passionately wanted him to book everyone. That arguably could’ve made a very drab game more exciting but who cares about excitement when you grind out a scrappy win away at West Ham to keep the UCL aspirations alive. We r…
 
Arsenal 3 Manchester United 1 Xhaka Boom! What a week for Arsenal! How often do you get to beat both Chelsea and Man Utd in a four day period? It was another rollercoaster on Saturday with plenty of talking points and we discuss as many as we could. Why did we struggle to control the game even when 2-0 up early? Did the fans make the team nervous o…
 
Chelsea 2 - Arsenal 4 Stop it. We lose three in a row to Palace, Brighton then Southampton respectively and score a grand total of one deflected consolation goal in the process, and then we go away to the European and World Champions and score four!? With Elneny morphing into prime Deschamps and Nketiah going vintage Inzaghi? Wake us up from this d…
 
Arsenal 1 Brighton 2 How quickly the vibe can change in football? All of a sudden, two defeats on the bounce in parallel with two dominating victories by Spurs and our Top 4 aspirations seem like more of a pipe dream. We go through a detailed post-mortem of the Brighton game focusing on how Arteta chose to deal with the injuries to Tierney and Part…
 
Something a bit different on the pod this week whereby we welcome our first ever guest on the show. Kish, a lifelong Crystal Palace fan, joins Raj this week to discuss the what was a really disappointing night for Arsenal at Selhurst Park. We try and unpack how exactly Arsenal ended their away winning streak with such a heavy defeat plus spend a lo…
 
The big concern from Arsenal fans wasn’t whether we’d lose to Liverpool, it was whether if we lost to Liverpool would the wheels come off the train? The Arsenal boys reacted to the Liverpool defeat in elite manner though racking up a 5th away win on the bounce beating Villa 1-0 creating serious feel good vibes going into this international break. C…
 
Electrifying attacking play mixed with questionable defensive solidarity resulted in a 3-2 win at Watford… sounds like something out of the Wenger back catalogue right? Whatever the case, another win for Arteta’s boys who finish the weekend in 4th after Man Utd were demolished by Man City. Check out our latest pod where we review the game and go ov…
 
Absolute limbs at The Emirates on Thursday! Karma came to bite Jose Sa in the butt after his (and his teammates’) passionate time wasting throughout the game ultimately culminated in him scoring an own goal in the 95th minute to give Arsenal a huge win in the context of the top 4 race. The Arsenal get their 3rd win on the bounce and now sit 2 point…
 
Any win away at Wolves these days is impressive but Arsenal even managed to do it with 10 men for a sizeable period of the game. Is it really that impressive though given the amount of practice we get with 10 men these days? We reflect on a hugely important victory underpinned by the now characteristic defensive organisation and desire. All major t…
 
Arunan and Raj reflect on the close of a transfer window which for Arsenal fans was dominated by our ostracised former club captain Aubameyang sealing a dramatic free transfer move to Barcelona. Overall there was such a ruthless number of outgoings from Arsenal relative to a completely underwhelming number of incomings. What was the plan? Was there…
 
Playing with 10 men for around 65 minutes, a depleted Arsenal fought out of their skins to achieve a hugely impressive 0-0 draw at Anfield in the first leg of our Carabao Cup Semi Final. We discuss all the key talking points including Xhaka’s accidental kung-fu kick on Jota, the change in shape after going to 10 men, the magnificent defensive perfo…
 
It was like one of those feel-good Disney movies where the underdog, although valiantly defeated by the all-powerful baddy, still scores the moral victory. Like at the end of Cool Runnings where even the Jamaicans’ biggest detractors gave them a standing ovation as they walked off the track. It was amazing to be there, but still so tough to come aw…
 
Before we say hello to 2022, we reflected on the first half of the season which has been full of some quite beautiful positives and some undisputed negatives. The recording mood was overall buoyant given Arsenal go into the New Year sitting in the top 4 for the first time in too long, spurred on by a recent run of dominant and free-scoring wins. We…
 
It’s becoming a bit Jekyll and Hyde with regards to our home form vs away form. The boys cantered to a thumping 3-0 win despite a new instalment of Auba-turning-up-late-for-things drama adding a bit of a distraction prior to kick off. Check out our latest pod where we reflect on a beauty of a first goal, 3rd goal in a row for Odegaard and yet anoth…
 
We recorded on the whistle with a raw discussion on a night to forget. Not so long ago we were wondering about whether we were a half-decent team again. Was it just another false dawn? Arsenal lose after taking the lead (again) against a team that hadn’t won in eight and who are so bad their fans were planning to walkout in the middle of the game. …
 
Disappointing result to mark our 50th episode, but an eventful game to reflect on. Solskjaer’s United never scored a goal against Arteta’s Arsenal, and now he’s gone they go and score three in one game. This game had a bit of everything from freak goals, great goals, penalties given, penalties not given… but ultimately it culminated in a defeat for…
 
If spirit animals are a thing, then Nuno Tavares’ is without a doubt the Tasmanian Devil. Our still very raw Portuguese firecracker of a wingback inspired a second half Arsenal performance blessed with energy and real quality to get us back to winning ways and to now joint 4th on points. We reflect on the win, take stock of this Arsenal team after …
 
Blurb for #48 At what point can we conclude that we’re actually a half decent team again? Or that Aaron Ramsdale aka The Brexit Ederson is the perfect Buffon-De Bruyne hybrid? The Arsenal boys overcame what on paper was a tricky test at the King Power Stadium with two early goals in an exemplary first 30 mins proving to be the difference. We cover …
 
After underwhelming against Palace, Arsenal react with their most complete performance of the season in a totally dominant victory over Villa. Only a consolation wonder goal prevented a 5th clean sheet in 6 games. Has it finally clicked? How much of a difference did Lacazette make? Is Carragher right to call ESR the best dribbler in the league? Che…
 
A few technical challenges mean we’re releasing an audio-only off the cuff episode to reflect on a painful 2-2 draw against The Eagles at home. Aside from a bright first 20 minutes and a high octane final period, Arsenal were totally dysfunctional in possession. Palace looked like a team with a plan, Arsenal not so much. Would it have been differen…
 
It wasn’t the fourth win in a row that we wanted but it’s 10 points from a possible 12 and another clean sheet. The Back 5 have well and truly deserved their wages in this period but how long can we rely on them without scoring more goals? Only Norwich have scored fewer in the Premier League! Will we see more attacking performances like we did in t…
 
One of the greatest first half performances the Emirates has ever seen. A complete blitz of a Spurs side who looked void of belief and quality was an event anyone in the stadium will never ever forget. Our new look back 5 had their biggest test and barely broke a sweat whilst the Hale End boys ran riot at the other end. We discuss the day on a whol…
 
A Wednesday night Carabao Cup game against League One opponents drew a surprisingly large and vibrant crowd, who in turn were treated to a comfortable 3-0 win. A nice little run out to prep for the big one on Sunday, the famous North London Derby! On the pod, we reflect on the AFC Wimbledon game and discuss all the big talking points for the NLD. W…
 
Mikel put out an attacking 433 at Turf Moor which didn’t quite click but thankfully a banging free kick from Odegaard and a rear-guard performance full of grit, resilience and genuine quality got us our 2nd win on the bounce. Mikel’s happy, the players are happy, the fans are happy… harmony for now at least! Check out our new pod where we review Bu…
 
First game post transfer window closing and Arteta wasted no time in giving us a sense of his target future state. A new look back 5 was just one feature of a range of interesting choices made throughout the game which resulted in a desperately needed win. 30 shots on goal indicated the 1-0 win was thoroughly deserved even though the only goal was …
 
Let’s just pretend the season didn’t start against Brentford. Let’s pretend that actually we did something naughty, got docked 9 points, and the season starts this Saturday against Norwich. Key players are back from injuries, we have a new right back, we’re playing a newly promoted team at home, we have to win right? Check out our latest pod where …
 
An absolute mauling by Man City with a range of ill disciplined and lacklustre performances by a questionable line-up left Arsenal fans around the world with a lot of questions, some new and some old. Check out our latest pod where we ponder a few of them such as; Why aren’t the players delivering for the manager? Why are we persisting with players…
 
A highly anticipated return to a non-Covid restricted Emirates resulted in a comfortable Arsenal defeat by a Chelsea side who were better in every department. Injuries, illness and work permits removed the core of the Arsenal team but how much of an excuse was it? How badly did Lukaku bully our CBs? Was an assist and a goal from James at RB damning…
 
Can we start again? What a car crash. Arsenal capitulate to a 2-0 defeat to newly promoted Brentford on opening day, what a disaster. Where do Arsenal go from here? Big names absent at the 11th hour. Defensive frailty after spending £50m on a new CB. What positives are there? We discuss all the key talking points whilst one of the Arseholics joins …
 
Hard to imagine since our last premier league game against Brighton there’s been a Euros, an Olympics, and we’re now back to the Premier League. Time flies eh? To get you geared up for our opener against Brentford, check out our extended season preview (yes folks, Christmas has come early) where we discuss how our transfer window has gone, preview …
 
Our Starboy was dealt the cruellest of blows in the Euro 2020 Final and the country rallied around to show him the support and love he deserves. Sadly, Society’s cockroaches were predictably quick with their abhorrent and often racial abuse. We discuss Southgate’s decision to give Saka the 5th penalty plus the aforementioned aftermath. Speaking of …
 
We are back! After a post-season break (and a technical disaster in our attempt to do a squad review), here’s our first podcast of the summer where we check in on how Arsenal players in International tournaments are faring (big Saka lovefest incoming). We also discuss all of the more concrete transfer rumours doing the rounds and what some of the p…
 
o that’s a wrap on Season 20/21 of the hit UK sitcom “Arsenal”. Brighton’s impressive defensive record could’ve resulted in a frustrating return to the Emirates for the 10,000 Arsenal fans in attendance, but two excellent goals from man of the moment Pepe sealed a straightforward win. We discuss a range of topics on the podcast including our first …
 
(Published again due to technical issues - apologies)Sentimental officials seemed laser focused on letting Palace keep 11 men on the field to help Roy get a result on his leaving do. However, two quality injury time goals from our boys made it four league wins out of four. How was our overall performance? How good has Pepe been recently? Will we fi…
 
A winner from Arsenal’s #32 on our 32nd episode. Sprinkles of fortune and bags of determination allowed Arsenal to produce a true smash & grab to beat Chelsea again this season. Signs of life now at the tail end of the league campaign with the boys producing back to back wins in very different styles. We cover all the key talking points including t…
 
We review the WBA game where Arsenal did a number of things well that they’ve not done consistently across the season. Collective precision and outstanding individual quality for the goals. Where was this on Thursday lads? Was it the prize of being able to relegate Big Sam? Or was it just that West Brom aren’t very good? We discuss all the key talk…
 
A shameful attempt at trying to play a European semi-final from the players and coaching staff. The performance lacked everything we needed. No desire, conviction or quality which probably overall is a fair representation of our season. It was an embarrassing failure and this will now go down as Arsenal’s worst season in the Emirates era. We record…
 
A nice 2-0 win at Newcastle to warm us up for Thursday but it’ll be a very different challenge. Can we really plan for a narrow win to get us through? No. We need to go for a dominating victory and let’s be honest, it isn’t gonna happen with tactical innovations like a false 9, 10, 20 or whatever. It’s time to let the quality of our players shine t…
 
Somehow, we’re still in this. Potentially inspired by his old mentor and a lack of fit senior strikers, Arteta set the team up without a striker in our biggest game of the season. Big move, and it was a car crash. Poor attacking potency coupled with less than impressive defending, followed in the 2nd half by a Ceballos sending off had Arsenal all b…
 
Unai’s back seeking revenge as Villarreal look to stamp out the only light we have this season. What a great chance for Emery, Don of the Europa League, to deliver a body blow to the young pretender who replaced him. We preview the game as well as cover the other massive talking point over the last few days – Daniel Ek and his Invincible Horsemen l…
 
How many worse weeks have Arsenal had in their history? Where do you even start? What does it say about your club when the only positive for the week was a fan protest? Fulham was a debacle. ESL had five minutes of fame handing us potentially years of shame. The icing on the crap cake was a drab, weak performance from a team now all too familiar wi…
 
Arguably the most controversial 48 hours in football. Stan and the billionaire (old) boys club tried to set into motion a series of events that would change football forever but by the looks of things at time of this release, the good guys won. We recorded the pod whilst things started falling apart and tried to capture our thoughts so far. Is this…
 
Arsenal gave us throwbacks to prime Wengerball in recent games, but against Fulham they gave us a reminder of their more familiar representation this season; 'just not good enough'. We just about scraped a draw at home to a team we should comfortably be beating every day of the week. Why was it so drab? Was there any player who put in a good perfor…
 
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