Monday, May 11, 2020

COVID Log 5-10-20



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Arsenal begin training and the Premiership keeps churning out crazy ideas as things begin lurching towards a resumption of footballing action. We'll talk the inherent wisdom of resuming the Premiership in the ways suggested, plus some (minor) Henrikh Mkhitaryan waffle and more COVID-related Arsenal shenanigans...

Monday, April 6, 2020

COVID Log 4-5-20


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In a place where the warmth of the sun has no value, and time has no meaning -- so basically, present-day earth -- we turn our attentions to more immediately critical things, like how the world safely resumes footballing activities, whether Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang will get so bored he'll decide that just staying and mucking about with Arsenal for a few more years is better than playing 20 season of FIFA in 3 days, and which canned "We're Monitoring the COVID Virus" company email is the absolute worst, all with the help of regular guest Sam Limbert...

Monday, March 23, 2020

COVID Log 3-23-20


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As the Coronapocalypse brings all football activity (and just all activity in general) to a halt, the podcast discusses Arteta's recovery and the surreal vacuum absolutely no sport creates on day-to-day life, postulates the ramifications of COVID-19 on professional football in the coming year, plus analyzes recruiting tactical changes and what effect they could have on Arsenal in the years to come.

Monday, March 2, 2020

Post-Portsmouth: Trading One Cup for Another

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Arsenal sandwich two wins — one in the Premiership over Everton and one in the FA Cup against Portsmouth — either side of a heartbreaking elimination at home in the Europa League to Olympiacos. We’ll debate whether or not being out of the Europa League could be a good thing (bear with us), the physical toll of Arteta’s preferred style of play, rare financial woes and the bolstered legacy of the Invincibles…