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…

Monday, February 17, 2020

Post-Newcastle: Whoooops (We Won)

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Arsenal put their past myriad draws behind them with a confident second half performance and an even more resounding scoreline as they fell Newcastle at home. We’ll talk timely redemptions for Ozil and Lacazette, plus Pepe promise, Champions League hope, Europa League lineup shuffles and the need to get our midfield linkup play up to league standard…