Sunday, May 15, 2016

Post-Villa: Tradition, Tradition

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Just when Arsenal thought they had waisted the chance to catch Sp*rs, Mauricio Pochettino's men set the gold standard for choke jobs at St. James Park and allow Arsenal's 4-nil win over Villa to propel the Gunners into a 2nd place finish. Helping us make sense of all the craziness as it unfolded at the Emirates will be Sam Limbert of Sam'sMatchReports.com, plus a look back at the best, the worst, and the most valuable players of the 2015/16 season as dictated by listeners...

Sunday, May 8, 2016

Post-Man City: Honors Even

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Arsenal do just enough to keep Manchester City and a demotion to fourth place at bay with two equalizing strikes from Giroud and then Alexis at the Etihad. Helping us assess the squad's ability to handle to Sky Blues' press and look ahead wistfully to a summer of at least *three* new signings will be returning guest Chris Jenkins, plus a shout out for the 2015/2016 End of Season Survey/chance at SWAG...

Sunday, April 24, 2016

Post-Sunderland: Out of Ideas

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Arsenal cruise past a mediocre West Brom side at home before stuttering at the Stadium of Light in a nil-nil draw that leaves the door to the Top Four open for Manchester United. Returning guest Elliot Smith is on hand to help us distinguish between intentional and haphazard squad building and help identify the identity Wenger's side needs to achieve, plus Invincibles vs Norwich prize trivia...

Sunday, April 17, 2016

Post-Crystal Palace: Death By Microcosm

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The pressures of playing at home prove to be too much yet again for Arsenal as they again drop points from a winning position, this time to bottom of the table strugglers Crystal Palace. We'll discuss un-winning mentalities, overuse the word "microcosm" and debate whether or not Gooners can be sent to Hell for wishing for a Sp*rs Premiership title before turning our attention to the good old days of Arsenal's Invincibles, the shifting North American scouting network and how to get Arsene Wenger to write the foreword in your book with former Arsenal player and current Arsenal scout Danny Karbassiyoon, whose own account of highs and lows while playing for Arsenal are fleshed out in his new title The Arsenal Yankee, which comes out in early May.