Post-Liverpool: Two Steps Forward, Three Steps Back

8-24-19Grab the new podcast from iTunesour raw RSS feed or our archive.

After so much potential shown against Newcastle and then Burnley, Arsenal revert to type against stiffer opposition and drop all three points at Anfield, capitulating to Liverpool 3-1. We’ll debate the pros and cons of David Luis (now that we’ve seen him in action), discuss the setup vs execution debate, and try to evaluate how good Arsenal really can be in the long run when they’re still capable of the same defensive lapses…

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Post-Newcastle: Here We Go

8-12-19Grab the new podcast from iTunesour raw RSS feed or our archive.

After a mad but satisfying transfer market dash, Arsenal get off the blocks in the Premier League with an efficient 1-nil road win against Newcastle thanks to an Auba goal and a solid performance by up-and-comers Reiss Nelson and Joe Willock. We’ll give our grade to the summer transfer dealings, discuss where this compares to previous summer business, evaluate the long-term inclusion of players like Willock and Nelson based on the Newcastle win, as well as bemoan the rise of football’s latest evil overlord, VAR…

Post-Europa Final: A Sad But Fitting Conclusion

6-1-19Grab the new podcast from iTunesour raw RSS feed or our archive.

Arsenal appropriately end their 2018/19 campaign with a second half whimper as they eventually concede a four-goal shellacking to their superior cross-town rivals Chelsea. We’ll review the career of Jose Antonio Reyes, who tragically passed over the weekend, before touching on Unai Emery’s potential for change, squad rebuilding, and generally making the summer a bit more hopeful than it currently looks here on June 2…

While you wait (or don’t wait) for Arsenal’s backroom to get their act together, you may as well devote some of your summer relaxation hours to brushing up on the betting scene, and what better source to have in your back pocket than Sportsbook Reviews, a thorough resource on the pros and cons of the best online sports books and the constantly changing sports betting landscape.

Thank you again for another great(ish?) season of camaraderie, back-and-forth, and general Arsenal interaction as we all collectively persevere through the trials and travails involved with being a Gooner. It wasn’t easy, but we all did it for yet another season and we suppose we did have some fun along the way, so thank you all for your involvement in that. Stay tuned to our ever-changing format throughout the summer and into next season and, as always, hang in there supporting the Arsenal.