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The original Arsenal podcast - coming to you twice a week (Mondays and Fridays) with news, interviews, analysis, special guests, jokes and occasionally some really terrible songs.

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    Episode 655 - Executive level

    Episode 655 - Executive level

    On this week's show I'm joined by Tim Stillman to talk about the interview with Arsenal's Director of Football Operations Richard Garlick, the correlation between a good executive team and a good football team, how things at that level have changed since Arsene Wenger's departure, as well as talk about recruitment and contract strategy. We also touch on more comments from Mikel Arteta about a potential Wenger return, and look ahead to Saturday's game against Newcastle.
    Then, to chat about the fan-led review into English football, governance, the idea of an independent regulator and lots more, it's Tim Payton of the Arsenal Supporters' Trust.
    Follow Tim Stillman @Stillberto : Follow Tim Payton @timpayton
    Thread on the fan review - https://twitter.com/AgainstLeague3/status/1463813120191836160
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    • 1 hr 13 min
    Arsenal Women Arsecast Episode 34: November mailbag

    Arsenal Women Arsecast Episode 34: November mailbag

    Tim Stillman and Alex Ibaceta get together to answer listener questions from Twitter, including, whether teams are getting a little wiser to Jonas Eidevall's Arsenal now, whether January reinforcements are needed, views on the left-sided combination of Catley and McCabe, whether the FA's target to have a 6k attendance average in the WSL by 2024 is achievable and whether it's time for segregated away ends in women's football to help build atmosphere at games. This and loads more in the November mailbag edition of the Arsenal Women Arsecast.
     
    You can follow Tim on Twitter @Stillberto : Alex @AlexIbaceta23
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    • 1 hr 11 min
    Arsecast Extra Episode 443 - 22.11.2021

    Arsecast Extra Episode 443 - 22.11.2021

    In this episode we look back on the 4-0 defeat to Liverpool at Anfield, discussing the team selection decisions Mikel Arteta made, the touchline spat between him and Jurgen Klopp, analysis of the goals we conceded and how the game got away from us, and how to view this game in the context of the recent run we've been on and our current league position. Then we have listener questions about goalscoring and our issues in that regard, the role of Nicolas Pepe, there's a big discussion about Thomas Partey and the expectations around his performance levels, what changes we might make to the team for the Newcastle game and loads more.
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    • 1 hr 28 min
    Episode 654 - Pocket of positivity

    Episode 654 - Pocket of positivity

    On this week's show I'm joined by Jim Campbell of the Football Ramble to shoot the Arsenal breeze. We talk about the positive moment we find ourselves in ahead of a trip to face Liverpool, wonder how Mikel Arteta might approach the game, and how the team might react to adversity if that's what we face after this one. We also chat about the new faces, which ones have impressed us most, and the growing influence of Emile Smith Rowe.
    Then for some opposition perspective, it's John Gibbons from The Anfield Wrap. On the agenda, some defensive shakiness, midfield instability (including the Ox), attacking potency and his thoughts on this Arsenal side as we could potentially go above them in the table this weekend.
    Follow Jim @JimCampbellTFR : Follow John @johngibbonsblog
    Get tickets to see Jim's comedy show here - https://thetopsecretcomedyclub.co.uk/events-listings/jim-campbell-the-state-of-it-work-in-progress-1-hour/
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    • 1 hr 1 min
    Arsecast Extra Episode 442 - 15.11.2021

    Arsecast Extra Episode 442 - 15.11.2021

    In this Interlull episode, James and I discuss the 442 formation and our own abilities to play all the various positions. There's also chat about the Arsene Wenger/David Dein event, Emile Smith Rowe making his England debut, and what's going to happen with Flo Balogun in January. Then we answer listener questions about Jack Wilshere and Aaron Ramsey as potential short-term signings to provide midfield cover, set-piece specialists, the Amazon documentary, Hector Bellerin, Calum Chambers, and lots more.
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    • 1 hr 26 min
    Episode 653 - CEO of Narrative

    Episode 653 - CEO of Narrative

    On this week's show I chat to Daniel Storey, Chief Football Writer for the iPaper, about football and social media, influence over fans, PR and brand management, a lack of authenticity, and the benefits/pitfalls for players being involved. We also discuss the Premier League season so far, good bits and bad bits, some managerial issues, a competitive campaign, and Arsenal being fun again.
    Then it's Philippe Auclair with some thoughts on the Arsene Wenger: Invincible movie which previewed in midweek, Mikel Arteta's comments on him returning to the club, why it hasn't happened yet, and the possibility of rebuilding a broken relationship.
    Follow Daniel @DanielStorey85 : Follow Philippe @philippeauclair
    Get Philippe (Louis Philippe) tickets here: https://www.wegottickets.com/event/509639
    Vote Arseblog as Best Fan Media in the FSA Awards here – https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/fsa-awards-2021
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    • 1 hr 9 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
419 Ratings

419 Ratings

Martinofgeorge ,

Easily the best

Not only the best Arsenal-related podcast, but one of the best sporting podcasts I’ve listened to… and I’ve listened to a lot. Genuinely funny, quality production and thoughtful.

Henry in Aus ,

A fixture of my life

Sounds dramatic but isn't. This is easily the best Arsenal podcast and the perfect way to stay up to date on the other side of the world. The standard of audio production is also ridiculously good.

CamiloZannoni ,

Much love

Thanks for keeping us going through the tough times. We will be back.

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