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Handbrake Off
A show about Arsenal
The Athletic's Amy Lawrence, Adrian Clarke, James McNicholas (Gunnerblog), Art de Roche and comedian Ian Stone bring you a weekly podcast dedicated to Arsenal Football Club. They'll bring you reaction to all the games, expert insight into the inner-workings of the club, including transfers and contracts, and analysis on the women's team too.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.6 stars from 755 ratings
Pathetic display to end 2024
“INJUSTICE!” … repeating Lance Armstrong as some sort of holier than thou statement on the morality of sport in 2024? give yourselves a break. as a non arsenal, non city fan y’all are unlistenable. get it done on the pitch or stop moaning.
flangeslammer via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/21/24
Absolutely the best
This podcast is wonderful. Five stars for their depth of knowledge, their ability to discuss and explain without going knackers is rare to find. I excitedly await each new episode. Thank you!
vegangirl57 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/18/24
Stone me
Ian is abysmal Amy superb and AC good
Spurshater via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 04/16/24
Recent Episodes
For one last time this season join Amy Lawrence, Adrian Clarke, and Ian Stone to reflect on Arsenal reaching 89 points in the Premier League. The panel look back at the highlights and lowlights of this wonderful campaign, choosing their player of the season, goal of the season, moment they wished...
Published 05/20/24
Art de Roché and Jordan Campbell join Ian Stone to look ahead to the visit of Everton, as Arsenal look to end the season with 89 points. The panel reflect on the progress this season, and look at where the team can improve again next campaign. We cross everything for a Moyes masterclass, and...
Published 05/16/24
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