Sunday, March 19, 2017

Post-West Brom: The Handbrake is Stuck



There's a new podcast: you can get it from iTunesour raw RSS feed or our archive.

West Brom add another insult to a growing list of Arsenal injuries as they muster up eight shots on target and three fairly avoidable goals to put Arsene Wenger's men to the sword 3-1 at the Hawthorns. Helping us run the weekly postmortem will be Arsenal.com match day commentator Dan Roebuck, plus discussion on the value of managerial clarity to players and fans, silver lining individual performances and of course the going rate for flying banners...

Sunday, March 12, 2017

Post-Lincoln City: Why the FA Cup is Great



We're not making any announcements about the future download locations for new podcast episodes until we're good and ready, so in the meantime you can feast on the usual tripe at iTunesour raw RSS feed or our archive.

Join us as we stay in denial over Arsenal's pitiful Champions League midweek performance against Bayern and instead discuss the virtues of the FA Cup with the help of Gavin aka SheWore. We'll also touch on the effect FA Cup success could have on the timing (and nature) of Arsene Wenger's announcement over his future plans, as well as the ingredients of memorable FA Cup experiences...

Sunday, March 5, 2017

Post-Liverpool: Just Running Scared



No this content was not recycled from 2015; it's fresh and depressing and you can get it from iTunesour raw RSS feed or our archive.


A gut-wrenchingly bad loss at Liverpool compounded by a bizarre decision to sit one of the league's most lethal attacking players: welcome to March, Gooners. To help us analyze where it all went wrong for Arsenal (after the team sheet came out, that is) will be Matt aka the GoonerinCali, plus we'll naturally discuss candidates to transition Arsenal to the future, whether Alexis's omission was a statement from the boss and how the squad goes about circling the wagons ahead of Tuesday's return leg against Bayern...

Monday, February 20, 2017

Post-Sutton: Comic Relief



That meat pie's not going to eat itself, but it certainly would go down a lot faster if you chased it with the new podcast episode from iTunesour raw RSS feed or our  archive.

The FA Cup proves a welcome distraction to Arsene Wenger and Arsenal as the Gunners do just enough to ease Sutton United to the side en route to yet another FA Cup quarter-final, this time with help from Theo Walcott and Lucas Perez goals. Joining us on the live show will be Jon Shay of Woolwich 1886 and Colin from the Krewe of Arsenal to talk Arsene Wenger's point of no return and whether or not superstars like Alexis Sanchez are now in fact the real power holders at the club, plus reliving the highlights from Gooner Gras 2017...