Arsecast

Arsecast Extra Episode 110 – 14.03.2016

Welcome to another Arsecast Extra with myself and James from @Gunnerblog.

This week’s episode was recorded the evening of the 2-1 defeat to Watford in the FA Cup. London had cider, Dublin had wine, and we tried to make some sense of the performance, the result and what it means for the season in general. We discuss the manager, his performance and his position, and basically become ever more exasperated and disheartened at what’s gone on and how likely, or unlikely, things are to change – on and off the pitch.

Remember, you can send us questions via which we’ll try and get to each week. Send them to either @arseblog or @Gunnerblog (or both) using the hashtag #arsecastextra. Best to send them Monday morning so they get noticed more easily.

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