Arsecast - the Arsenal podcast
14 Sep 2015

Arsecast Extra Episode 84 – 14.09.2015

Here’s this week’s Arsecast Extra with myself and James from @Gunnerblog. On this week’s show we look back at the 2-0 win over Stoke, the impact of the goals from Theo Walcott and Olivier Giroud, a third clean sheet in a row, impressive defensive options and the rest of the

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14 Sep 2015

Europe beckons + Alexis and striking efficiency

So here we go. Things are about to get busy. The start of the Champions League means the games come with greater frequency, and so too the challenge for the manager about how best to keep his squad fit and fresh. With Chelsea on the horizon this Saturday, I suspect

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13 Sep 2015

Arsenal 2-0 Stoke: Gunners positive but profligate

Match report – Player ratings – By the numbers – Video The title of yesterday’s blog urged Arsenal to continue making the many chances they had in the previous games, but to add some actual goals to the mix. The game saw us take 29 shots, 12 of them on

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Arsenal live blog
12 Sep 2015

Arsenal v Stoke – live blog

Join us this afternoon for live blogging of the Premier League fixture between Arsenal and Stoke, kick off at 15.00 Live blog is 100% free to follow on your computer or mobile device and gives you real time text commentary from the match. You can switch between the main theme

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Stoke preview
12 Sep 2015

Stoke preview: Make the chances, take the chances

Football is back, and we have our first 3pm Saturday kick-off of the season as we face Stoke at the Emirates. After two disappointing games at home against West Ham and Liverpool, there’s a bit of pressure on today to perform and, of course, score goals. They’ve been in short

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Arsenal Gentleman's Weekly Review
11 Sep 2015

Arsenal Gentleman’s Weekly Review

Think upon the efforts of perhaps the greatest climber that has ever lived, Mr. Reinhold Messner. This chap was the first to conquer all 14 of our peaks of 26,000 feet or more – Everest, K2, Kangchenjunga, Lhotse, Makalu, Cho Oyu, Dhaulagiri I, Manaslu, Nanga Parbat, Annapurna I, Gasherbrum I,

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Arsecast - the Arsenal podcast
11 Sep 2015

Tell me sweet little lies + Arsecast 361 (Flamini crosses Abbey Road)

Hey, whaddya know, it’s Friday and there’s stuff to talk about. The manager’s pre-Stoke press conference took place yesterday, the first since the end of the transfer window and of course there were questions about transfers. There wasn’t much that was particularly enlightening about them or the answers. The manager

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10 Sep 2015

Questions for the manager

The day after the Interlull ends is often the lulliest day of them all. This morning is a perfect example of that. Nothing whatsoever is going on. The biggest news yesterday was the announcement about an official lottery partner, that should tell you plenty. Things should pick up this morning

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09 Sep 2015

Interlull is done, but Arteta is not (yet)

Morning. So there’s the Interlull done. No more international fixtures … until next month. And then, in the middle of November, a round of friendlies. That’ll be fun. Last night saw Oxlade-Chamberlain play 90 minutes for England; Santi Cazorla do 69 for Spain; while Joel Campbell got an assist for

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08 Sep 2015

Giroud’s boos, Alexis up top, Koscielny injury worry

Morning all. This Interlull seems especially ‘Lully’, not to be confused with the InterLOL which is when people chortle at Roberto Mancini for spending actual money on Felipe Melo. Go home Roberto, you’re drunk etc and so on. If we’re hoping that England goals for Theo Walcott might re-light his

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Arsecast - the Arsenal podcast
07 Sep 2015

Arsecast Extra Episode 83 – 07.09.2015

Here’s this week’s Arsecast Extra with myself and James from @Gunnerblog. On this week’s show embrace the Interlull by discussing some international performances and whether or not they’ll do us any good when real football starts again. There’s also chat about celebrations, Mathieu Debuchy’s comments and Danny Welbeck’s injury, as

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07 Sep 2015

Welbeck could be out for 6 months

Happy Monday to you all. There was European action this weekend and while Aaron Ramsey and Wales have to wait for another day, Iceland have qualified for a major tournament for the very first time. They’re currently top of a group which also includes the Czech Republic, Netherlands, and Turkey,

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