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Best Arseblogger podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Arseblogger podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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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…
 
On this week's show James and I discuss the little bit of football news regarding Man City's belief Arsenal are trying to get them, and the idea of playing all the games in a month. We also think about football might be like when all this over, will transfers and people's perception of the game be the same. Mostly though, there's a lot of waffle ab…
 
On this show I'm joined by author Jon Spurling to look back on Arsenal reaching three successive FA Cup finals in 1978, 1979, and 1980. We chat about the road to each Wembley showdown, including those incredible series of replays against Sheffield Wednesday and Liverpool, the finals themselves, key players, unfortunate moments, and more – as well a…
 
This is an interview that has been a long time in the making, and it did look as if the current situation with the world in various states of lock-down might delay it even further. However, it was an absolute pleasure to have a Skype conversation with former Arsenal captain Cesc Fabregas on Friday night. We talk about how his move to Arsenal came a…
 
There's still no football, and Arsenal have delayed the players return to training, so that informs the early part of this episode. Then we play the 'Pick your favourite Arsenal XI without using the same nationality twice' game that has been doing the rounds on Twitter. We also pick 5-a-side teams, discuss Hector Bellerin and the impact of a vegan …
 
On this month’s episode of the Arsenal Women Arsecast, Tim is joined by author, broadcaster and journalist Dr. Carrie Dunn, Carrie is an expert and academic on all things women’s sport and is the author of two books about the Lionesses- Roar of the Lionesses (2016) and Pride of the Lionesses (2019)- which you can by here https://www.pitchpublishing…
 
It's a football free world we live in now, but it will return. However, will what's happening now affect the game as we know it? How will clubs react? What are the implications of the economic impact of Coronavirus on football? I'm joined by Musa Okwonga to discuss that and much more. Plus we each give a couple of recommendations of books, music an…
 
There's no football anymore, not for a while anyway, but the show must go on. James and I do our best to waffle a bit about the minuscule amount of Arsenal news floating around, but there's an awful lot of waffle as you'd expect. At least we appear to be keeping our club doctor, which is probably handy right now. We also ask why does Kolasinac have…
 
A short bonus podcast with James and Andrew Allen, reacting to the news that dropped last night about Mikel Arteta being diagnosed with Coronavirus, and the fact that the entire playing squad and dozens of staff at the club are now in self-isolation. We also touch on the suspension of the Premier League and football in England until April 4th at th…
 
On a special, quite surreal, Arsecast Extra, James and I discuss all the mad stuff that's going on. And it is mad. With football shut down almost everywhere else, England is carry on as normal and we'll be playing Brighton on Saturday. We try to talk about that but as you'd expect the conversation is dominated by the Coronavirus, the impact it's ha…
 
In this bonus episode in the wake of Arsenal's trip to Man City tonight being postponed because of exposure to the Coronavirus, I'm joined by Dr James McInerney – Head of the School of Life Sciences at Nottingham University. I ask him about the virus – now officially declared a pandemic by the World Health Organisation – how it spreads, the symptom…
 
On this week's episode we discuss the 1-0 win over West Ham at the Emirates on Saturday. A good result, but not a great performance. Is that something that should concern us at this point, or is it part of the slow process of rebuilding under Mikel Arteta. We chat about wins v performance in the context of criticism aimed at Unai Emery for similar;…
 
On this week's show I'm joined by the man who knows more about Arsenal's finances than anyone else: Kieron O'Connor, aka Swiss Ramble. We chat about the club's financial results released last week, and why a £70m profit last time has become a £27m loss. We discuss the lack of Champions League money and how much that's hurting, the early Europa Leag…
 
On this week's episode we look back on the 2-0 win over Portsmouth in the FA Cup. There was an assured debut for Pablo Mari, and chances for young players as Mikel Arteta rotated his squad. We chat about the impact of Reiss Nelson, Eddie Nketiah and Gabriel Martinelli in particular; an impressive second half which showed lots of maturity; the thing…
 
On this extra Arsecast Extra we look back at the gut-wrenching 2-1 defeat to Olympiacos in the Europa League on Thursday night. Mikel Arteta's team selection, an underwhelming performance, more set-piece defensive woes, Aubameyang going from the sublime to the very harshly ridiculous, and basic errors being at the heart of our European exit. We cha…
 
On this week's show we chat about our third win in a week, the 3-2 victory over Everton at the Emirates yesterday. There was some dodgy defending, some incisive attacking, and an element of luck riding, but big performances from key individuals helped us take three points. We chat about some of them, including Bernd Leno, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang,…
 
The Europa League schedule plays havoc with podcasting, but I'm joined by Andrew Allen to discuss last night's 1-0 Europa League win over Olympiacos. We chat about Mikel Arteta's team selection, what Sokratis over Maitland-Niles might mean for the latter, the continued impact of Bukayo Saka and how he may have an international decision to make soon…
 
On this week's show we enjoy the 4-0 win over Newcastle, a win which has felt a long time coming because it has been a long time coming. We discuss Mikel Arteta's team selection, with Eddie Nketiah and Dani Ceballos surprise starters; the improved second half after a difficult first; Nicolas Pepe's best game for the club; the continued development …
 
It's been a very quiet week on the news front, but things are about to kick off again and Arsenal need to start winning games. Will the trip to Dubai, some extra training and time to assess the squad allow Mikel Arteta to find the right balance? Can he get the team firing again? How long can he give Mesut Ozil and Alex Lacazette to start delivering…
 
On this week's show we endure some first half audio issues as we come to terms with the almost complete absence of Arsenal news. We chat a bit about the trip to Dubai, watch a video of the chaps in training, before James resorts to plumbing the worst depths of NewsNow to find subject matter. We also answer listener questions about a statue for Arse…
 
On this week's show I chat with Philippe Auclair about Nicolas Pepe and Alexandre Lacazette. Can the former make the impact we all hope for, and does the latter's poor form require a change in thinking from Mikel Arteta? We also discuss January recruitment, worrying finances, the prospect of no European football next season, and the potential of Ga…
 
On this week's show James and I discuss the 0-0 draw away at Burnley. Arsenal spurned good chances, but the home side probably should have won it. We chat about the game, the team selection, Arteta's delay in dealing with the Bukayo Saka injury, the lack of away contributions from some big players, the complete lack of Nicolas Pepe, and who we shou…
 
On this week's show we take a statistical look at new signing Pablo Mari and ask what it is about him that has made Arsenal bring him in from Brazil this window. Tim from 7amkickoff also chats about potential signing Cedric Soares, and the big change Mikel Arteta has made since taking over as manager. Then we chat with Marcelo from @flamengoeng abo…
 
On this week's show James and I chat about the 2-1 FA Cup win over Bournemouth, and Mikel Arteta's reward for putting his faith in youth. Arsenal's next generation were on show and won the game for us, so we discuss Joe Willock, Bukayo Saka, Gabriel Martinelli, Eddie Nketiah and Matteo Guendouzi. There's also transfer talk as we continue to be link…
 
Arsenal Women announced the signing of Australian international Caitlin Foord this week from Sydney FC. Caitlin will bolster her compatriot Joe Montemurro's squad after the Matildas' Olympic qualifiers in February. Pippa and Tim decided to get the lowdown on our new signing from the people that know. Pippa speaks to Arsenal fan, Portland Thorns sea…
 
On this week's show I'm joined first by Joao Castelo Branco of ESPN Brazil to chat about the emergence of Gabriel Martinelli, the incredible first season he's having in England, where he came from, his quicker than expected impact at the club, and more, as well as some discussion of Edu who has been silent since his appointment as Technical Directo…
 
On a special midweek edition of the show, James and I discuss the 2-2 draw with Chelsea last night at Stamford Bridge. Having gone a man down and a goal down, our prospects looked bleak, but something is happening with this squad under Mikel Arteta and we showed real strength in adversity. We examine the red card, the roles of Mustafi and Luiz, but…
 
On this week's show we chat about another draw, this time the 1-1 with Sheffield United at the Emirates on Saturday. Goal scoring and chance creation is obviously a talking point, as is letting another lead slip late in a game. There were positives though, in particular another goal for Gabriel Martinelli and a very good display from Bukayo Saka wh…
 
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