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Post-Milan: We Could Get Used to This

March 18th, 2018

Arsenal seem to be timidly introducing us to this thing called winning as they extend their streak of Europa League victories to two. We'll pick apart their latest win at home over AC Milan, look ahead to the ever-shortening road to a final, talk Italian profligacy and discuss double standards over dives...


Post-Watford Live Show: Baby Steps

March 12th, 2018

European victories on the road, Premiership victories in general...where has that been for the last two months? We'll discuss The Mkhi Offense, a day of many firsts for Petr Cech, European momentum and more on the live show...


Post-Brighton: You Do It To Yourself

March 4th, 2018

Arsenal go from bad to ugly as they round out the last seven days with a three-fer: consecutive losses to City, City again, and then Brighton away from home (of course). We'll discuss the authenticity of dressing room leaks, what it takes to make a grown man cry and what this latest bit of media mud says about the current state of Arsenal's season. Game analysis? Just see "Post-Carabao Cup Final: Rudderless."


Post-Carabao Cup Final: Rudderless

February 25th, 2018

Coherence, drive, and just basic defending continue to elude Arsenal, this time inexcusably so in a cup final that sees them fall 3-0 to Manchester City. We'll talk whether or not it's really helpful to question the "character" of Arsenal players anymore, starved strikers and some nuggets of consumer research just to show you mercy and talk about something not-Arsenal...


Post-Ostersund: Temporary Kings of (Some of) Europe

February 19th, 2018

Arsenal do all that's asked of them as they professionally see off their Swedish hosts and secure a 3-goal cushion for their upcoming Europa League 2nd leg. We'll talk Europa League vs League Cup pros and cons plus build up to Sunday's cup final showdown against Man City...


Post-Sp*rs: Just Not Good Enough

February 13th, 2018

Arsenal's Wembley cheer finally runs out as they amazingly only lose 1-nil against the scum, a result which begs some pressing questions that hopefully this short podcast can answer: why have we become so bad against Tottenham? Why have we become so bad on offense? Is our off-the-ball movement a contributing factor? And how many more questions can we ask in this show description?


Post-Everton: Like An Actual New Signing(s)

February 4th, 2018

Arsenal's (relatively) crazy transfer window pays immediate dividends as Wenger's new attacking lineup blitzes Everton 5 goals to 1 at the Emirates. Arsenal matchday commentator Dan Roebuck joins us to discuss the bloodlust of Nacho Monreal, the realistic chances of seeing Lacazette play with Aubameyang and the revitalized crowd at the Emirates after a busy January...


Post-Palace: No Alexis, (Currently) No Problem

January 22nd, 2018

Arsenal suggest that the future sans-Sanchez may be at least *slightly* better than originally feared as they skewer Crystal Palace at home to the tune of 4-1. We'll rate the club's damage limitation of the Alexis situation, gauge where the Chilean ranks in the unholy pantheon of want-away Arsenal stars and anticipate some circling of the wagons by the squad's remaining stars...


Post-Bournemouth: Plumbing New Depths

January 15th, 2018

Arsenal continue to dig deeper in their quest to play even more incoherent football as they turn in a stalemate against Chelsea in the League Cup and then get overtaken by Bournemouth in the Premiership. Helping us put all our eggs in the incoming transfers basket will be returning guest Sam Limbert of, plus we'll also talk about whether or not recent results are a fair reflection on the quality of this squad, whether or not Arsene Wenger's essentially already started his own managerial transitional period and more...


Post-Forest Live Show: It’s Raining Pens

January 8th, 2018

Arsenal opt for the Thrilling Draw yet again, followed by the thrilling 4-2 Loss to a Championship side as they bow out of the third round of the FA Cup for the first time ever under Arsene Wenger. We’ll discuss whether the last 5-6 years have actually made Wenger tarnish-proof, which teammates Big Per’s going to commit harakiri with and what a Patrick Vieira circa 2001 would say on Twitter about Arsenal’s recent run of performances…