Sunday, May 21, 2017

Post-Everton: Too Little Too Late


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Impressive wins against Sunderland and then Everton on the final day of the season prove to be a day late and a dollar short as other results around the league leave Arsene Wenger's squad fifth in the table. We'll discuss the Frenchman's absence from the yearly lap of appreciation and this season's legacy in general, plus FA Cup Final lineup projections and why circumstances could work in this particular squad's favor heading into their showdown against Chelsea...
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Sunday, May 14, 2017

Post-Stoke Live Show: Shades of Arsenal




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Arsenal extend their end of season streak as they win big at the orc outpost, demolishing Stoke courtesy of Olivier Giroud, Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil goals. We'll discuss where it all started going right for the Gunners, why you should/shouldn't really care about the Champions League and what it must be like to be one of Stoke's serial underachievers...

Monday, May 8, 2017

Post-Man U Live Show: Mourinho Out




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Arsenal bounce back from their derby day demoralization with a win against the old foe, Jose Mourinho and Manchester United. In this one we'll discuss (the many) things that are longer than Jose's "unbeatable" run, offer up reasons why the 3-4-3 may still have life in Arsene Wenger's squad and debate whether or not a win over The Special One is a big enough occasion for Arsenal Football Club to make THE announcement...

Sunday, April 30, 2017

Post-Sp*rs: Derby Depression



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Arsenal exchange their encouraging FA Cup form for a narrow victory against Leicester in midweek and a demoralizing defeat at White Heart Lane on Sunday, leaving us to wonder if this feeling of cross-town inferiority is something we'll have to get used to. On hand to analyze the source of incoherence in Arsenal's setup on Sunday, compare and contrast the pedigree of the two North London clubs and predict the amount of saving grace an FA Cup trophy could bring to the club will Sam Limbert of The Big Diag...