Welcome to another episode of the Arsecast – the Arsenal podcast.
This week I chat with Chief Soccer Correspondent for the New York Times, Rory Smith, about Arsenal’s midweek draw against West Ham, the manager’s struggles to get his team to perform in any consistent, identifiable way, the new recruits that point to life without after Arsene Wenger, and the Jack Wilshere situation as the midfielder heads towards the end of his contract.
We also discuss the piece Rory wrote during the week about former keeper Stuart Taylor, his career and and the strange life of the back-up goalkeeper. There’s a minimal amount of the usual waffle, but an exclusive interview with another completely non-biased journalist at the end.
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