Monday, October 27, 2014

Post-Sunderland: London's Offensive Feebleyurt

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Vito's in a generous mood, so today you get THREE download locations: iTunes, the raw RSS feed or our archive.

Winning ugly becomes Arsenal's modus operandi as they snatch victory from the jaws of defeat in Brussels and then continue Vito Minnone's Junior Gunner hazing by stinging Sunderland for two goals away from home. Joining us to talk over the increasingly heavy burden being placed on Alexis, one dimensional pressing and the season's first "top 4 chances" discussion will be returning guest Chris Jenkins of Arsenal America, followed by a couple of nominations for the podcast's "Minnow Club" update and a chance at Arsenal SWAG so easy even Owen Coyle couldn't screw it up (or relegate it twice)...

Monday, October 20, 2014

Post-Hull: We Don't Need No Motivation

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We may or may not have surpassed Arsenal's shot total from Saturday with 3 whole download locations: get the new podcast from iTunes, the raw RSS feed or our archive.

If drawing to Hull City at home wasn't what you had in mind for Arsenal's ideal return from international break, you're in good company: joining us on the pod to discuss makeshift defenses, largely untested third string goalkeepers and a squad in serious need of a 24 hour motivational speaker is returning guest Elliot Smith (Yankee Gunner), plus a little info on how you can pick out a new podcast segment, the Idiot's Guide to the One Thing You Should Know from the Annual General Meeting, the usual Arsenal SWAG and more…

Monday, October 6, 2014

Post-Chelski: Not Enough Flair

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Things go from offensively fruitful to fruitless for the Gunners as they run riot in midweek Champions League action against Galatasary before sputtering away to the oil barons at Stamford Bridge. Giving us a firsthand account of the flairs, the fouls and the big game tactics of the week is Arsenal commentator Dan Roebuck, followed by your wildest dreams featuring John Terry vs Diaby's foot…

Monday, September 29, 2014

Post-Sp*rs: Hero in a Half Shell, Oxlade Power

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Injuries and unpredictable lineups characterized Arsenal's stuttering performances throughout the week, first in a disappointing Capitol One Cup loss to Southampton and then in a slightly frustrating league draw with the Tiny Tots at home. Helping us sing Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain's praises, patch holes in the lineup for Arsenal's injury-prone midfield and (try to) predict the amount of pragmatism Arsene Wenger will employ against Chelsea will be 7amkickoff.com's Tim Bostelle, along with some rather depressing "Who's Scored Twice against Tottenham?" trivia and rather mean-spirited Chelsea build-up...