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A podcast/arsecast from www.arseblog.com about Arsenal football club

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A podcast/arsecast from www.arseblog.com about Arsenal football club

    Arsecast Extra Episode 359 - 06.07.2020

    Arsecast Extra Episode 359 - 06.07.2020

    On this show we look back on the very encouraging 2-0 win over Wolves on Saturday, and a performance full of effort from the Arsenal players. It looks like they're buying into the manager's methods, and we discuss the decisions Mikel Arteta made with his team, another set of very effective substitutions, containing a very strong Wolves side, and keeping a clean sheet in the process. There's also some chat about Matteo Guendouzi who is seeing the Good Ship Arteta sail off into the distance without him, before we answer questions about the back three and if it's here to stay, whether Shkodran Mustafi should get a new deal, similarly if new terms should be offered to Alex Lacazette, Sead Kolasinac in the back three, Santi Cazorla and lots more.
     
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    • 1 hr 31 min
    Arsecast Extra Episode 358 - 02.07.2020

    Arsecast Extra Episode 358 - 02.07.2020

    On this episode we have an enjoyable romp through Arsenal's 4-0 win over Norwich at the Emirates on Wednesday evening: including Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang as the apex goal predator, midfield goal-getter Granit Xhaka, a debut strike for Cedric, Arteta's in-game management, and impressive Emi Martinez. We then chat about the positive news regarding Bukayo Saka's contract extension, before we answer listener questions about Auba's contract, Hector Bellerin facing competition, extending the Dani Ceballos loan, a new addition to the board, the William Saliba situation and loads more besides.
     
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    • 1 hr 33 min
    Arsecast Extra Episode 357 - 29.06.2020

    Arsecast Extra Episode 357 - 29.06.2020

    On this episode we go back over the 2-1 win over Sheffield United in the FA Cup. It was tight but there were some real positives, including the performances of Kieran Tierney and Nicolas Pepe, as well as a late winner from Dani Ceballos – which makes a lovely change from what happened at Brighton last week. We also discuss the continued use of the back three, Joe Willock, and dreadful TV commentary, before taking questions from listeners about Bukayo Saka, dealing with teams who have an aerial threat, our contract guru and how we might judge his work, the reported departure of exciting young forward Folarin Balogun, the absence of Matteo Guendouzi and lots more.
     
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    • 1 hr 26 min
    Arsecast Extra Episode 356 - 26.06.2020

    Arsecast Extra Episode 356 - 26.06.2020

    Today we get to talk about an Arsenal win for the first time in over three months! It wasn't the most exciting game, but we got the job done thanks to goals from Eddie Nketiah and Joe Willock. We chat about the performance, Mikel Arteta's tactical tinkering, the impact of the young players, encouraging showings from Rob Holding at the back and Emi Martinez in goal, and how the substitutions played out this time. Then we answer listener questions about the Matteo Guendouzi situation, Hector Bellerin and his performances, our FA Cup chances and lots more besides.
     
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    • 1 hr 12 min
    Episode 585 - Extensions

    Episode 585 - Extensions

    On this special midweek bonus Arsecast I'm joined by Clive Palmer to chat about the contract extensions that Arsenal announced for David Luiz, Pablo Mari, Dani Ceballos and Cedric Soares. What is the thinking behind the deals? What about the relationships which made them happen? Is our executive level missing an important piece of the puzzle? And how do we manage the necessary rebuild with agent influence, the impact of Covid-19 and more.
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    • 49 min
    Arsecast Extra Episode 355 - 22.06.2020

    Arsecast Extra Episode 355 - 22.06.2020

    On this week's show we go over the gory details of our 2-1 defeat to Brighton on Saturday. We chat about Bernd Leno's serious and completely unnecessary injury and why football has to do better with incidents like this. Midfield issues were obvious, we go over all three goals, Mikel Arteta's in-game management and the changes he made (and didn't make), and discuss just how disappointing a result it was. After the break we take questions about why the players didn't react properly to seeing a teammate get injured, the lack of leadership among senior players, what's happening with Gabriel Martinelli, some realistic positives we'd like to see between now and the end of the season, and lots more.
     
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    • 1 hr 42 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
202 Ratings

202 Ratings

lucky3297 ,

Irish Gooner 🇮🇪☘️

A very good podcast which has lots of humour to cheer us all up after a bad result also very insightful and never afraid to hold back speak there true opinions without sugar coating things

Goonerstapes ,

Arsetastico !

If you have only one arsenal podcast to listen to. Make it this one. Light hearted and well informed and bang up to the minute. Great listen.

NaoiseMorza ,

A Must For Any Gooner

I’ve been listening to the Arsecast for over a decade now and for some reason only reviewing it now! In short this is a must for any Arsenal fan. Arseblog mixes in depth analysis of games and goings on within in the club along with some light hearted entertainment especially when Gunnerblog joins him. I think the podcast is especially vital to Arsenal fans who live outside of North London. The togetherness of the global Arsenal fan base is truly echoed in this podcast and gives a sense of community to those who cannot make weekly trips to live games.

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