Sunday, April 23, 2017

Post-City: We're Going (Back) to Wembley



Grab the new pod if your team's going back to Wembley (not so fast Sp*rs supporters): get it from iTunesour raw RSS feed or our archive.

Arsene Wenger's men leave it all out on the pitch with an at times gutsy, at times scintillating performance that sees them edge Manchester City 2-1 in the FA Cup Semi-Final and secure yet another FA Cup Final berth. Helping us heap the plaudits on the 3-4-3, pick out the Gunners' exceptional performers and attempt to predict Wenger's next move will be returning guest Elliot Smith, plus FA Cup Semi-Final trivia (it never gets old) and Kyle's favorite piece of trash talk terminology...

Monday, April 17, 2017

Post-Middlesbrough Live Show: Sometimes We Can Win Things





Well WE'VE been rocking the back three since 2009: get the new pod from iTunesour raw RSS feed or our archive.

Arsenal defy their recent run of terrible away form by grinding out a much-needed win at the Riverside, beating Middlesbrough thanks to goals from Alexis and Ozil. We'll do our best to explain this anomaly and the audacious 3-4-3 formation that accompanied it, as well as discuss the perceived wisdom behind making Arsenal's best player filthy rich in an attempt to recapture the supporters' goodwill, why starting out as a coach at Arsenal might be frustrating and what the possible fallout from no St. Totteringham's Day could be...

Monday, April 10, 2017

Post-Crystal Palace Live Show: Hug It Out



We're not going to say whether or not there'll be podcast download location changes until we're good and ready, so in the meantime make-do with the same old tripe of iTunesour raw RSS feed or our archive.

Arsenal stay consistent on the road as they finally give Sam Allardyce the pleasure of beating Arsene Wenger, in this case to the tune of two goals and a dodgy penalty. Compounding the loss will be the fact that the Arsenal squad generally threw in the towel early on, something we'll discuss along with hypocrisy in Wenger's managerial ethos, Mourinho-syndrome and thorough diagrams of which part of a goalkeeper's arm shouldn't be able to commit a penalty...

Sunday, April 2, 2017

Post-Man City: A Pretty OK Response



You can nab this somewhat-great podcast episode from iTunesour raw RSS feed or our archive.

With nowhere to go but up, Arsenal improve their form slightly by taking a point off Pepe Guardiola's Manchester City at home thanks to goals from Theo Walcott and Shkodran Mustafi. We'll rate this performance on the patented "Arsenal Response to Loss" meter, plus discuss the at times overly aggressive, at times downright kamikaze streak that runs through the defensive side of the Arsenal squad as well as try to identify a suitable framework for next season in the current team's personnel...