Sunday, February 7, 2016

Post-Bournemouth: Points Are Good

It's slightly more sustained than Arsenal's two-minute attacking threat, so hopefully you can handle it: get the new pod from iTunesthe raw RSS feed or our archive.

Arsenal appear to get their mojo back with some long-awaited three points in the league as they blitz Bournemouth in the space of two minutes away from home. Helping us peer ahead into a future where Arsenal might just gain some momentum will be returning guest Elliot Smith, plus we'll discuss goal sources, playing Aaron Ramsey in his least favorite position and top of the table six-pointers before unveiling our anti-Big Four prize trivia...

Sunday, January 31, 2016

Post-Burnley: Going to the FA Cup Well

You shouldn't need to #AskFlamini how to get the new podcast from iTunesthe raw RSS feed or our archive...I mean, just click on the links, they're right there.

Arsenal try to spark their overall form back to life with a hard-fought fourth round FA Cup victory over a feisty Burnley, a win that was notable for a lineup that included one new face along with several returning ones. Helping us grade Elneny's debut, discuss remedies for an ever-shaky defense and decide whether this win will indeed be the team's catalyst for change will be returning guest Jon Shay of Woolwich 1886, plus there's some easy (we think?) Arsenal-Bournemouth prize trivia...

Sunday, January 24, 2016

Post-Chelski: Been There, Lost That

We lost to Chelsea. Download the podcast where we talk about that: iTunesthe raw RSS feed or our archive is where you can find it.

We can't shake the feeling of déjà vu as Arsenal get burnt on the counter attack yet again in another loss to Chelsea, this time in front of our own home support. Giving us the eye-witness perspective on the whole unsavory ordeal will be match day commentator Dan Roebuck, plus the Giroud-for-Gabriel debate revisited, potential midfield reshuffling for Elneny and why Per and Ollie don't leave six inches for Jesus all topics of discussion on this one...

Sunday, January 17, 2016

Post-Stoke: Damage Control

Download links so easy even a Stoke supporter could get the new podcast! Who are we kidding, logistically this one's exclusively for Gooners via iTunesthe raw RSS feed or our archive.

Arsenal survive two potentially disastrous away fixtures to hang on to top spot in the Premiership by first matching Liverpool goal for goal at Anfield and then shutting the defensive door on Stoke at the Britannia. Helping us decide whether these results are truly worth getting excited over will be returning guest Kevin Mooney of, plus Chelsea buildup, a quick prorating of Giroud's rising stock and a brand new, easy-peasy Chelsea themed prize contest...