The original Arsenal podcast - coming to you twice a week (Mondays and Fridays) with news, interviews, analysis, special guests, jokes and occasionally some really terrible songs. more
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In this episode I'm joined by Phil Costa. It's been a quiet week from an Arsenal perspective, but we chat about the Europa Conference League final, West Ham's win and how quickly our interest in Declan Rice might turn into something more substantial ... more
In this episode, we chat about the upcoming Europa Conference League final and the impact on our pursuit of Declan Rice, as well as the FA Cup final at the weekend. Then we take listener questions throughout the show, dealing with issues like Kieran ... more
In this episode I'm joined by Clive Palmer, who must strongly agree, agree, disagree or strongly disagree with statements I put to him (suggested by our Patreon members). Topics include: William Saliba's contract, adding another forward to the squad,... more
Cracking podcast for Arsenal fans. The only slight downsides are the occasional appearances of Stillman and the awful American bloke. Aside from that it’s the No.1 AFC podcast
still Fuckin excellent
I flit in and out of podcasts, but not this one. Andrew and his amazing range of guests (listen out for Arsenal legends hopping on for a chat), plus James every week, offer exceptional entertainment. The podcast is always informative and funny. 10/10 and I’d even recommend to non-Arsenal fans (except probably Spurs or Chelsea fans). Cheers lads!
This team makes me hate football and April more
Arsenal is trying to kill us. #COYG
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