Arsecast Extra Episode 576 - 01.04.2024
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In this episode we look back at Arsenal's 0-0 draw with Man City on Sunday. We reflect on a performance which demonstrated the Gunners maturity and development, but which also might have yielded a better outcome. We examine the way Mikel Arteta set up his team, and the way they carried out those tactical instructions, keeping City's danger-men very quiet. There's discussion of Gabriel Jesus on the left-hand side, the missed opportunity towards the end of the game, and what this game means for the title race and beyond. Then we answer listener questions about Gabriel Martinelli, the changing perception of this Arsenal team, yesterday's officiating, possible rotation for the midweek game against Luton, and lots more. Give us a review here: Get extra bonus content and help support Arseblog by becoming an Arseblog Member on Patreon: Hosted on Acast. See for more information.
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