Arsecast Extra Episode 577 - 07.04.2024
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In this episode we look back at Arsenal's impressive 3-0 win over Brighton on Saturday evening. We talk about the risk/reward nature of the Gunners approach against this particular opposition, and how having adjusted slightly early in the first half, the opposition threat was more or less negated. We analyse the penalty incident and the goals we scored, the man of the match performance from Kai Havertz, and the way we settled into a comfortable defensive system after going 2-0 up. There's also chat about Leandro Trossard scoring against his former club, what this result means in the context of the weekend's results, as well as listener questions about how Havertz's development at centre-forward might influence summer transfer business, left-back for Bayern and Jakub Kiwior, Gabriel's Player of the Season credentials, Martin Odegaard's importance and lots more. Get extra bonus content and help support Arseblog by becoming an Arseblog Member on Patreon: – this month we're donating every penny of our Patreon revenue to UNICEF, so you get great content and help kids all around the world too. Hosted on Acast. See for more information.
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