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Post match chat and analysis after every Arsenal match or major event. Keeping you up to date with everything Arsenal while trying to make sense of it all.

Arsenal Vision Post Match Podcast Acast

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    • 4.6, 10 Ratings

Post match chat and analysis after every Arsenal match or major event. Keeping you up to date with everything Arsenal while trying to make sense of it all.

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
10 Ratings

10 Ratings

Stenrøjl ,

Great show!

Really enjoy this. Funny, insightful and Clive’s analysis is world class.

plenty_of_space_at_the_bottom ,

A podcast with 11 Clives could win the champions league

I don’t mean to be unfair, but the podcast should be made by someone who can contribute this season, and Elliott has been a struggling due to his limited talent for a while now.
I think the comparison of Elliots and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlins recent form is unfair, because Elliot has contributed with a steady 12-15 good podcasts per season in recent years. Still, with the amount of banter available as an Arsenal podcast host that is the minimum anyone can contribute. If he made less frequent appearances, or maybe only in the last 20 minutes of the podcasts I would enjoy him more. It's a matter of what style one prefers, but ask yourself, is he really someone you want hosting your favourite podcast?

– Sometimes I wonder what would happen if Paul ran his own performances through the Crapatron4000 (just pour a whole podcast episode into the thing and see what it spits out), I have a feeling he only sounds half-decent on the pod due to Elliot’s lacklustre performances of recent. Sometimes it is like the pod is standing still for the last 30 minutes. Podcasting used to be about more than just the money, do you guys even want to podcast about Arsenal anymore?

Clive is not getting enough credit; it is so hard to be a sensible analytical voice on the AV pod, and he has to be everyone’s favourite by now. And credit to Elliott for signing him, he was snuck in on a cheap winter transfer when the others had become too comfortable with their positions on the pod. People say he will need replacement soon due to his age, but tell you what, his performances are still improving every week and having started late at the top level of podcasting I’m sure he has some of his best years as a podcaster to come.

Tim is obviously a world class podcaster, but it is hard to built a podcast around him when he is constantly drifting in and out of the pod due to travels in North England and Eastern Europe. He seems to have his podding/blogging prioritites elsewhere, where he historically has been much more succesful (In all fairness he is a world champion in the blogosphere). Rumor has it he will run down his contract to go full time at a larger more succesful podcast. His style seem to work better in the written language where there is a more rigid structure to support him drifting in and out of the game, rather than Elliott’s unstructured offensive style and Paul’s static defense of players we should have sold years ago.

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