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Best Ashburton podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Ashburton podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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On today's show we begin by discussing what appears to be the imminent arrival of Willian on a free transfer from Chelsea, weighing up the pros and cons of his experience with his age and contract length. We then chat in some depth about the changes made to the club's scouting network, letting Francis Cagigao and many of his team go, and the way we…
 
This week's Arsecast is a day early, but comes in response to yesterday's club statement regarding the 55 redundancies being sought. I'm joined by Philippe Auclair to discuss that, the framing of the statement as something necessary to keep team investment going, social and moral responsibility from the owners KSE, the timing of the communication, …
 
On today's show we look back on our record extending 14th FA Cup, following the 2-1 win over Chelsea at Wembley on Saturday. We chat about the excitement of the occasion, from watching at home to being at the match; the way it all played out from Chelsea's opener to Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's winner and beyond; our tactical approach, the game plan…
 
It's a special FA Cup final Arsecast Extra, in which James and I chat about how we're feeling ahead of game, whether it's more anxiety or excitement, before we discuss our team selection and how Mikel Arteta might set up his team and approach the game. Then we're joined by the legend that is Ian Wright to talk all about the final, his thoughts on t…
 
The Premier League season is over and we look back on the final day victory over Watford, in what was a fairly meaningless game for us. There's discussion of Kieran Tierney's first Arsenal goal, David Luiz conceding another penalty and setting a record in the process, and we reflect on an 8th placed finish overall. We're glad to see the back of the…
 
This week's show starts with a recap of what has been a truly bizarre Premier League season, one which is ending on Sunday against Watford. From Laurent Koscielny's no-show to £72m on Pepe, Unai Emery's departure, three managers in one campaign, 'super' agents, Mikel Arteta saving lives, a European exit, pay cuts, lockdown and a chance to end it al…
 
This week's show starts with a recap of what has been a truly bizarre Premier League season, one which is ending on Sunday against Watford. From Laurent Koscielny's no-show to £72m on Pepe, Unai Emery's departure, three managers in one campaign, 'super' agents, Mikel Arteta saving lives, a European exit, pay cuts, lockdown and a chance to end it al…
 
A crafty midweek bonus Arsecast for you, looking back on last night's frustrating, if not that surprising, defeat to Aston Villa. Mikel Arteta rotated but didn't get enough out of the fresh legs he brought in. We chat about the performance, lots of things we already know about it, the lack of creativity and the calls for Mesut Ozil to fill that gap…
 
On this very goodly morning we look back on Saturday's FA Cup semi-final win over Man City, which sets up a repeat of the 2017 final against Chelsea. We chat about the approach to the game, Mikel Arteta's tactical set-up, some fantastic individual performances but more importantly a brilliant collective effort. We analyse the two goals we scored, o…
 
Here's a bonus Arsecast for you because we love you. In this episode I chat with James Benge about Mikel Arteta's comments about squad building, after he told his press conference today it wasn't about challenging the board. We discuss the boss's relationship with Josh Kroenke, how he has now assumed the position of leadership which had been somewh…
 
On this extra Arsecast Extra we discuss the rather hilarious 2-1 win over Liverpool in the Premier League. It was a game in which we were dominated and which sparked multiple incidents of amusement, not least the defensive errors which led to our goals. However, we had to be alert to make the most of them, and in the second period a committed defen…
 
On this episode we talk about the 2-1 defeat to Sp*rs in the North London derby, a discussion which revolves in large part around our calamitous defending and some of our sub-par defenders. We ask how much Mikel Arteta can do with such error-prone individuals but reflect on his selection decisions playing a part too. We also chat about the lack of …
 
For this episode of the Arsenal Women Arsecast Tim is joined by Australian Women's football writer Sam Lewis as they discuss Arsenal's new signings Lydia Williams and Steph Catley. Tim and Sam discuss why so many Australian players are coming into the WSL this year and what it means for domestic football in Australia. Then Sam talks about Australia…
 
On this episode I'm joined by Amy Lawrence to discuss Arsenal's form since the restart, Mikel Arteta's demanding and forthright manner with his players and the executive committee, the contrasting fortunes of Dani Ceballos and Matteo Guendouzi, squad building and how much the manager is involved in the overall club strategy, some compromise in elem…
 
On this show we chat about a result tinged with relief but also frustration. Arsenal should have taken more of their chances in the first half of the 1-1 draw against Leicester, but in the end had to hang on with 10 men after a late equaliser. There were plenty of positives in that first period though, including another impressive Dani Ceballos per…
 
On this show we look back on the very encouraging 2-0 win over Wolves on Saturday, and a performance full of effort from the Arsenal players. It looks like they're buying into the manager's methods, and we discuss the decisions Mikel Arteta made with his team, another set of very effective substitutions, containing a very strong Wolves side, and ke…
 
On this episode we have an enjoyable romp through Arsenal's 4-0 win over Norwich at the Emirates on Wednesday evening: including Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang as the apex goal predator, midfield goal-getter Granit Xhaka, a debut strike for Cedric, Arteta's in-game management, and impressive Emi Martinez. We then chat about the positive news regarding B…
 
On this episode we go back over the 2-1 win over Sheffield United in the FA Cup. It was tight but there were some real positives, including the performances of Kieran Tierney and Nicolas Pepe, as well as a late winner from Dani Ceballos – which makes a lovely change from what happened at Brighton last week. We also discuss the continued use of the …
 
Today we get to talk about an Arsenal win for the first time in over three months! It wasn't the most exciting game, but we got the job done thanks to goals from Eddie Nketiah and Joe Willock. We chat about the performance, Mikel Arteta's tactical tinkering, the impact of the young players, encouraging showings from Rob Holding at the back and Emi …
 
On this special midweek bonus Arsecast I'm joined by Clive Palmer to chat about the contract extensions that Arsenal announced for David Luiz, Pablo Mari, Dani Ceballos and Cedric Soares. What is the thinking behind the deals? What about the relationships which made them happen? Is our executive level missing an important piece of the puzzle? And h…
 
On this week's show we go over the gory details of our 2-1 defeat to Brighton on Saturday. We chat about Bernd Leno's serious and completely unnecessary injury and why football has to do better with incidents like this. Midfield issues were obvious, we go over all three goals, Mikel Arteta's in-game management and the changes he made (and didn't ma…
 
On this week's show I'm joined by James Benge of Football London to discuss some of the issues Arsenal's Executive Committee have to face up to in very short-term. We discuss their contract management versus what they said they were going to do with contracts, agent influence in the Director's Box, and how they've dealt with the situations involvin…
 
On this extra Arsecast Extra we go back over the 3-0 defeat to Man City, not quite the glorious return to football we were hoping for, but not particularly surprising anyway. We chat about team selection, how the early injuries might have impacted Mikel Arteta's game-plan, some small shoots of positivity, and then when it all started to go wrong. D…
 
On this week's show we get ready for the return of football on Wednesday, and chat a bit about the things we're looking forward to most. What would be the one question we asked Mikel Arteta if we had the chance? How do we sort out our central defensive options? Do we sign Cedric and renew David Luiz? All this, plus listener questions about the Pier…
 
On this week's show it's a crossover episode with Musa and Ryan from the Stadio Podcast. We chat about the return of the Premier League, but with both chaps based in Germany, I ask them about how it's been since the Bundesliga came back. Are there things that happened there that we can expect to happen in England? We chat about the lack of fans, th…
 
Excitement is building ahead of football's return, but how will we view the game as fans after such a strange period without it? Will it give us great perspective and objectivity, or will we throw ourselves back into the highs and lows the same way we did before? We chat about that, as well as the transfer market in the light of Chelsea's big money…
 
On this week's show I'm joined by Arsenal's former Director of High Performance, Darren Burgess. We chat about the impact lockdown will have on the fitness of the players, and what they have done to offset that during this period. There's a risk of injury, but what exactly should managers and fitness staff be prepared for, as well as discussion of …
 
On this week's show we chat about our big date: June 17th, when we're scheduled to play football again. We chat about how we're feeling about that, about facing Man City, and try and guess what his starting XI is going to be for that game. We're still waiting for the rest of the fixtures to be announced, and we wonder what the impact of games being…
 
On this bonus edition of the Arsenal Women Arsecast, Tim and Pippa talk about the recent decision to terminate the WSL season with the Guardian's women's football writer Suzy Wrack. Have the FA lacked ambition with the decision to terminate? Does it reflect badly on England and its commitment to women's football that it hasn't found a way to return…
 
On this week's show I'm joined by Arsenal's former head of scouting for North America, Danny Karbassiyoon to chat about ... well ... scouting. What are the typical scouting set-ups at big clubs? How has the introduction and growing importance of data changed the job? How do clubs deploy their scouts in tandem with their recruitment needs? What exac…
 
Between 1993 and 2013, Arsenal Ladies won 14 league titles, 12 FA Cups, 13 League Cups and the European Cup- the first and only British side to win the European Cup in the women's game. On this month's episode, Tim is joined by Rich Laverty to discuss Arsenal's domestic dominance under Vic Akers and some of the players that underpinned it. Rich rec…
 
This week's show is Totally Crackers, as we discuss the players returning to training, some of the hairstyles on display, Lucas Torreira's impressive new physique, as well as the ticket refund scheme, and links with Philippe Coutinho. After that we answer listener questions about ideal kit design, whether KSE might feel the financial pinch and deci…
 
It's a bumper show this week as I chat with Tim Stillman about players returning to training, augmented reality and soundtracks for Premier League games, and the lack of ticket refund clarity from the club. Then I'm joined by Matt Spiro to talk about his new book 'Sacré Bleu Zidane to Mbappé – A football journey' – a look at the ups and downs of Fr…
 
I have spoken before about the creation of Arseblog, and a lot of stuff that has happened with the site down the years, but always on other platforms. We had some frequent requests to do something on Arseblog itself, and when it was suggested that James interview me, that sounded like a good way to do it. In this podcast, we trace the origins of ar…
 
On this week's show we find out if James is still 'from Gunnerblog' or does he need a different introduction. We then chat about dubious sound quality from supposedly professional broadcasters, the return of football in Germany and our experiences of watching the Bundesliga this weekend, and how the ability to use five substitutes might impact the …
 
First up on this week's show, Andrew Allen to discuss the framework of the return of Premier League football, the protocols for training, players signing consent forms and the impact on finances. We also chat a bit about the Bundesliga coming back this week, if there's a particular team we're going to follow, and what we might learn from what happe…
 
On this week's show we find out if James is staying alert in the wake of new government advice which isn't at all confusing, and we talk about the Premier League meeting due to take place today. The return of football is highest on the agenda, but we wonder about the players willingness to take risks, if medical concerns will be addressed, potentia…
 
On this week's show we have two guests for you. First up, Jason Shardlow-Wrest, a dispute resolution/litigation lawyer at Linklaters to chat about the difficult issue of player contracts. Some of them expire on June 30th, but proposals from FIFA to extend them are just guidelines right now. We chat about the implications on clubs, players and agent…
 
On this week's show we discuss 'Project Restart', the Premier League's guidelines to getting football going again, despite there still being no clarity as to when sport could potentially recommence. We also chat about what kind of football we're going to get, with games played behind closed doors, will broadcasters add their own soundscapes to try …
 
On this week's show we have two guests called Nigel. First, Nigel Phillips of the Arsenal Supporter's Trust to discuss a report they issued this week about the potential financial implications of Covid-19 and the shutdown of football on Arsenal. We talk about revenue streams drying up, playing behind closed doors, the money that the club spend each…
 
On this week's show James and I chat about the players coming back to training on a phased, individual basis, what they might get up to on the training ground, who should be practising free kicks, and touch on the issue of pay cuts again and dressing room harmony. There's also a lot of other stuff, including: our best non-European Arsenal XI, bank …
 
On this week's episode, I'm joined by James Benge of Football London to discuss most of the Arsenal squad agreeing to a round of pay cuts. However, Mesut Ozil was widely reported to have held off from the agreement – what should we make of that, especially in light of comments made by his agent during the week. There's also some European football w…
 
This week's show gets off to a strange start, but we try again and James and I discuss the latest from the world of football which includes ... er ... no football, but there's chat about the Arsenal players taking pay cuts, the roles of Mikel Arteta and Hector Bellerin, and the prospect of Arsenal and other clubs being taken over if the financial c…
 
On this week's episode, the issue of football players taking pay cuts is to the fore, and with me to discuss that is Rory Smith, Chief Soccer Correspondent for the New York Times. We chat about an issue which all clubs are dealing with, not just Arsenal, at a time when the precarious nature of football finance is becoming very clear. Should players…
 
On this week's show, James and I discuss the issue player wages and the proposed pay cut by Arsenal. Is it as simple as just accepting the terms, or is it a more complicated issue that needs to be discussed carefully and considerately before implementation? On the surface it's not a great look for well paid sportsmen, but what about the owners and …
 
On this week's episode, I'm joined by one of our long-time friends, Amy Lawrence. We chat a bit about footballers and their new initiative to donate pay to the NHS, but we mostly chat about her life and work as one of the most respected football journalists around. We discuss how she become obsessed with football and Arsenal, how she began writing …
 
On the latest edition of the Arsenal Women Arsecast, Tim talks to Max Jones and Aidan Small from Arsenal.com to chat about handling the Arsenal Women's official social media channels and the AWFC content you see on Arsenal.com. There is also some chat about accumulating accurate historical data on the women's team and the inter-relation between dat…
 
On this week's show, it's a hair raising opening as we discuss James' new haircut, and ponder the implications of baldness on his work. There's also discussion of Jurgen Klopp, hair replacement systems, an all-bald XI, and questions from listeners about clubs furloughing staff, making a significant change to the game once things get back to 'normal…
 
As questions are asked of top earning players and whether or not they should take a pay cut to protect the jobs of other staff, I ask Daniel Storey if we should be looking first at the billionaire owners. We chat about certain clubs taking advantage of government schemes which were not designed for them, football as a business and how precarious ju…
 
Today is the 19th anniversary of the passing of Arsenal legend David Rocastle. To talk about him, I'm joined by his great friend Ian Wright. We discuss the influence Rocky had on him as a player and a person; how the age difference didn't matter; what kind of a player he was; the emotional moment when he was sold to Leeds; and how Ian feels about t…
 
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