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Post-Sutton: Comic Relief

February 20th, 2017

The FA Cup proves a welcome distraction to Arsene Wenger and Arsenal as the Gunners do just enough to ease Sutton United to the side en route to yet another FA Cup quarter-final, this time with help from Theo Walcott and Lucas Perez goals. Joining us on the live show will be Jon Shay of Woolwich 1886 and Colin from the Krewe of Arsenal to talk Arsene Wenger's point of no return and whether or not superstars like Alexis Sanchez are now in fact the real power holders at the club, plus reliving the highlights from Gooner Gras 2017...


Post-Hull: Getting Handsy

February 12th, 2017

Arsenal fully embrace the ugly win as they make use of multiple hands to secure their first win in three games. We'll discuss whether this latest performance against Hull suggests Arsene Wenger's side is under-rotated, evaluate the unresolved contract effect and look ahead to midweek Champions League action against Bayern Munich...


Post-Chelsea: …Sorry

February 5th, 2017

Arsenal make their swan dive out of Premiership contention earlier than usual as they take absolutely zero points from encounters against Watford and then Chelsea. Helping us peer intently for a light at the end of an unfathomably dark tunnel is Garry the Twin Cities Gooner, plus discussion on Arsenal's mismatch problem and the Arsenal board's future planning capabilities/actual desire...


Post-Southampton: Returning Firepower

January 29th, 2017

Arsenal's LANS (and one actual NS) combine to shred Southampton at St. Mary's in Fourth Round FA Cup action, giving us all kinds of hope for offensive squad depth. Helping us sift through the endless possibilities will be Tim Bostelle of 7amkickoff, plus we'll talk beautifully-chaotic midfields and Chelsea chess matches along with offering some FA Cup prize trivia...


Post-Burnley: Leaving it Late

January 22nd, 2017

Arsene Wenger and co. shove their way through some stiff Burnley (and refereeing) resistance to secure a vital home win and leapfrog Tottenham in the process. Helping us relive all the officiating and footballing madness is Sam Limbert of the Big Diag: we'll discuss midfield liabilities, "hefty" referees and the mentally exhausting occupation of attending matches where Arsenal wins at the last minute...


Post-Swansea: Parka of Solitude

January 15th, 2017

Arsenal crawl up inside their own metaphorical jacket of glumness for the opening 15 minutes against Swansea before venturing out for fresh air and a 4-nil win at the Liberty Stadium, courtesy of yet another Giroud strike, two contributions from Swansea players and an unhappy little tally from Alexis Sanchez. Offering insight into Wenger's offensive selection dilemma and Alexis' latest strop will be returning guest Chris Jenkins, plus the many stages of Arsenal games and Iwobi's dark deal with the devil known as Own Goal...


Post-Preston North End: All Over the Shop

January 9th, 2017

Arsenal turn in yet another disastrous first half performance as they completely underestimate FA Cup minnows Preston North End, only to have their cup hopes rescued by Aaron Ramsey and Olivier Giroud (who else?) 2nd half strikes. We'll discuss whether his latest brush with death (and terrible offside traps) has really taught them anything, how exactly one goes about metering squad leadership and the Giroud's 80 minute fermentation process...


Post-Crystal Palace: Scorpion King (Sorry)

January 1st, 2017

Giroud again proves the doubters (mostly) wrong as he nabs another winning goal, this time in incredibly spectacular fashion during Arsenal's 2-1 win over Crystal Palace. Fittingly, we caught up with the Giroud-loving Elliot Smith to talk Arsenal's evolving offense, resting concerns during fixture congestion and why everyone's afraid of Bournemouth, plus Top 5 goal lists and Bob Bradley's nearly-impeccable Britishisms...


Post-West Brom: Tony Can’t Handle Giroud | Live Show

December 27th, 2016

Why Arsenal -- while frustrating -- weren't actually that bad against West Brom, Giroud's wet cement offense & the best sloth-turned-roadrunner goalkeepers Arsenal have ever faced, all covered on this impromptu but incredibly satisfying production...really...


Post-City: Shot in the Foot

December 18th, 2016

Arsene Wenger's side Arsenals it up just in time for the holidays as they drop not one but two losses on their Premiership resume to send themselves spiraling down the league table. Giving us some perspective on these two untimely losses will be HeisenBergkamp/Martin Tomlinson, plus weirdly successful managers against Wenger, Arsenal's recent history of back-to-back league losses and the squad's outlet problem all analyzed...