The Athletic's Amy Lawrence, James McNicholas (Gunnerblog), Art de Roche and comedian Ian Stone bring you a weekly podcast dedicated to Arsenal Football Club. They'll bring you reaction to all the games, expert insight into the inner-workings of the club, including transfers and contracts, and analysis on the women's team too.
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Generally it’s good. Yea it’s a bit poor on production sometimes with stupid questions and reminiscing about irrelevant favourite moments. Amy makes this she is excellent but she is not on every week. Stoney is a real fan and does a very good job but let down sometimes by poor format/production.
Lots of insight from Amy, Arte, James etc but for some reason I find Ian irritating. Therefore it’s a 4/5
Ian Stone has gleefully jumped at the chance to promote gambling in exchange for his own podcast. It’s a painfully dull listen; elongated by Stoney laughing at his own unfunny jokes or mistakenly at things said by others that weren’t meant to be funny; basically laughing in an exaggerated manner at anything in an attempt to inject life into the deflated red and white balloon that is this podcast. There’s a token gesture at analysis (just surface-level rehashing of better points made elsewhere) t... more
Stoney is the glue that holds this podcast together. He is the perfect foil to the facts and stats. Really cheery and keeps the conversation flowing. Love it. Keep up the good work guys!
Although I love the panel and the analysis is usually great, there's too much of nostalgia sometimes to the point of being silly at least for me. Like wishing for a goalscorer like Giroud after a game we lost. Interrupted frequently by ads ( can understand as I'm not a subscriber of the athletic). But nowhere near the class of arseblog or arsenal vision podcast
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