Episodes
Join Ian Stone, Adrian Clarke, Amy Lawrence, and Art de Roche for one last time this season to look back on the season that was for Arsenal men, women, and the academy. This week: a dive into the positives, the manager, the injuries, and ultimate the January decisions that cost the club. All that plus Art brings his reflections from a busy season for the women and academy teams of Arsenal, and some end of season awards at the end too. RUNNING ORDER PART 1a - Season in three words : 01:00 PART...
Published 05/23/22
Join Ian Stone, Amy Lawrence, and Adrian Clarke for a look back on the Newcastle defeat as Arsenal complete a season of winless Mondays. This week: why didn't the team show up? What prospects are there for the Everton game? And the biggest sigh you'll hear. Plus, reasons to be positive and keep the faith
Published 05/17/22
Join Ian Stone, Amy Lawrence and Adrian Clarke for look back at a miserable night in N17. This week: we dissect the disappointing night that saw Spurs easily best Arsenal. We debate the big calls on the night, talk through what it means for the rest of the season, and learn about "bread poultice" RUNNING ORDER PART 1 - Bread poultice: 01:00 PART 2a - Spurs 3-0 Arsenal : 08 :00 PART 3a - Champions League or Europa League : 29.00 PART 3b - Newcastle preview : 32.00
Published 05/13/22
Join Ian Stone, Amy Lawrence and James McNicholas for a reflection on Arsenal's weird/nerve-wracking 2-1 win over Leeds at the weekend This week: games where you can't stay in your seat, Arteta and Eidevall sign on for more years at The Arsenal, and Art de Roche joins to talk about Arsenal Women being oh-so-close to the WSL title. All that plus a discussion on what to do with Eddie Nketiah, emotions from 'The Angel' and a preview for Thursday's big game against Spurs RUNNING ORDER PART 1 -...
Published 05/09/22
Join Ian Stone, Adrian Clarke and James McNicholas for a look back on Arsenal's win over West Ham. This week: big up Nketiah, big up Holding, and big up securing top six. With a team that was largely mad up of squad players, Arsenal were able to make their way past a strong West Ham team at the London Stadium on Sunday afternoon. We look at the players who shone, who got in Declan Rice's face, and whether they'll all be staying at the club come next season. Plus a discussion on Arsenal's...
Published 05/02/22
Join Ian Stone, Art de Roche and Amy Lawrence for a look back on Arsenal's chaotic and stressful win over Manchester United on Saturday This week: we reminisce on the times big north west clubs have missed penalties against Arsenal, we talk about Elneny, Eddie, and Emile, and we welcome back the old big guns of Henry, Gilberto, Bergkamp and others. All that plus a catch up on the Arsenal Women's team, who have just 3 games left. RUNNING ORDER PART 1 - Penalty misses : 01:00 PART 2 - Arsenal...
Published 04/25/22
Join Ian Stone, Art De Roche and James McNicholas for a look back at Arsenal men's defeat to Southampton and Arsenal women's defeat to Chelsea in the FA Cup - it wasn't a good weekend. This week: is the issue attack or midfield? James and Art differ? How much blame should be portioned to Mikel Arteta? And what's worse the Europa Conference League or no Europe at all? All that plus an in depth look at what went wrong for both senior clubs at the weekend and further reflections on Unai...
Published 04/18/22
Join Ian Stone, Art de Roche, and James McNicholas for a sorrow filled look back at the defeat to Brighton at the weekend. Did Arteta get it wrong with putting Xhaka at left back? Should Sambi have been left all on his own? And is top four off now? Just some of the questions from the weekend's result. Plus we talk to Art about up and coming striker Mika Biereth and we reminisce on Alex Song. RUNNING ORDER PART 1 - Bogey teams : 01:00 PART 2 - Arsenal 1-2 Brighton : 04:00 PART 3a - Art and...
Published 04/11/22
Join Ian Stone, Adrian Clarke, and James McNicholas for some company following that shocking defeat against Palace. This week: cack. There's no other word for it. Adrian and James dissect the fall out from the result in South London including how the injuries to Tierney and Partey will affect the line up going forward - will Saka be a full back again? Will Nuno Tavares get a game again? And just why does this sort of performance happen from seemingly nowhere? We also talk about Unai Emery...
Published 04/05/22
Host Ian Stone is joined by Adrian Clarke and The Athletic's Art de Roche to reflect on Arsenal Women's Champions League hopes and how the NLD postponement could actually help their season... Plus, a discussion over which Arsenal legend should follow Patrick Vieira into the Hall Of Fame and whether or not Marcus Rashford would be a smart addition to the current squad this summer (if not, then who?) Plus, the trio explore a fantastic article from Art, all about how much Arsenal's biggest...
Published 03/29/22
It's Ian Stone, Amy Lawrence and James McNicholas here looking back at another 1-0 to the Arsenal win, this time over Aston Villa. This week we rub our victories in the celebration police's faces, we ask why there's this English obsession with "hardness" and talk about Arteta getting a song. All that plus some love for our England call ups, love for Bernd Leno, and a bit more of a chat about celebrating. RUNNING ORDER PART 1 - Celebrate good times: 01:00 PART 2a - Aston Villa 0-1 Arsenal:...
Published 03/21/22
Join Ian Stone, Adrian Clarke, and Art de Roche for a look back on Arsenal's so close but so far loss to Liverpool. We praise the work of Gabi Martinelli, discuss the season Aaron Ramsdale's had so far, and ask how do we get to Liverpool's level? Plus you can hear Amy Lawrence's interview with Fabrice Muamba on the 10 year anniversary from his collapse whilst playing for Bolton against Spurs in the FA Cup. And we talk about the "yoot" and make sure you know who to keep an eye on. RUNNING...
Published 03/17/22
Join Ian Stone, Amy Lawrence, and James McNicholas for a look back on Arsenal's win over Leicester on Sunday evening. After a relatively comfortable win over Leicester we talk about the importance of Martin Odegaard and his comments about happiness in the team. We discuss the roles of Xhaka and Tierney too. And after Chelsea's owner Roman Abramovich was sanctioned by the UK government, we ask what does that mean for Arsenal and football? Oh and James has a great story that involves a bus stop...
Published 03/14/22
Join Amy Lawrence, Ian Stone, and James McNicholas as they look back on Arsenal's win at Watford which saw them grace the top four again. Is it on? And have Arsenal got the strength and mentality to finish there? Data Analyst Mark Carey talks us through how Arsenal have ascended the table, coming from the bottom to the top four.  We also praise Saka and Odegaard, talk about who should be getting a chant, and celebrate Ray Parlour's 49th birthday. RUNNING ORDER  PART 1 - Boom boom boom and...
Published 03/07/22
Join Amy Lawrence, James McNicholas, and Ian Stone for a look back on the week of Arsenal including that spectacular last minute winner against Wolves on Thursday night. This week: where does Pepe fit in the team? Why is Martinelli so popular? And where were you when you found out that Arsenal had won on Thursday? Probably not mid performance like James! All that plus a discussion on Laca's contract, the club's owners, and Arteta's bold substitutions. PART 1 - Weird places to find out...
Published 02/28/22
Join Ian Stone, Amy Lawrence, and Adrian Clarke for a look back on Arsenal's win over Brentford from the weekend. This week we crown the Fab Four, we discuss our captaincy choices, and we look at a shift in system. All that plus a trip down memory lane to the Bernabeu when Arsenal became the first english side to beat Real Madrid in their own backyard. RUNNING ORDER PART 1 - The new Fab Four (01.00) PART 2 - Arsenal 2-1 Brentford (06.00) PART 3 - Real Madrid 0-1 Arsenal (31.30)
Published 02/21/22
Join Ian Stone, Amy Lawrence, and James McNicholas for a look back on the last week in Arsenal. Today: Do Arsenal have a discipline problem? What's our signature performance? And how many goals will Arsenal need to score in the final 16 games to get top four? All that plus a brilliant weekend of results for Arsenal despite not playing, look at our selling problem, and reasons to love the Gunners. RUNNING ORDER PART 1 - We love you Arsenal, we do (01.00) PART 2 - Wolves 0-1 Arsenal...
Published 02/14/22
Join Ian Stone, Amy Lawrence, James McNicholas and Art de Roche for a spin through the latest from Arsenal This week: is Tomiyasu the best right back since Lee Dixon? Should Ian Wright get a knighthood? And which former Arsenal player did Viv Miedema remind Ian of this weekend? We discuss the hopes and expectations for the season ahead, whether Martinelli could play through the middle of the pitch, and find out whether we'll be seeing any of our youngsters making a cameo for the seniors in...
Published 02/07/22
Join Ian Stone, Adrian Clarke and James McNicholas for a discussion on Arsenal's (lack of) business during the January transfer window. This week: how do the panel rate our January out of day? Memories of Auba, and who are these two new signings we've brought in? Plus is it Europe or bust for Arteta? RUNNING ORDER PART 1 - Rate January out of 10 (01.00) PART 2 - Transfers, Auba, and who we brought in (04.30) PART 3 - Trust the process? (28.30)
Published 02/01/22
Join Ian Stone, Amy Lawrence and James McNicholas for a look back on our 0-0 draw with Burnley and ask will we get a striker? Strikers very much the theme of the show as we discuss if Arsenal need and/or should kiss and make up with Pierre Emerick Aubameyang. Flo Lloyd Hughes joins to tell us all about the disjointed state of Arsenal Women and answer our questions about the likelihood of Miedema's Arsenal exit. Plus we ponder if Arsenal's European hopes rest on Arsenal getting a striker in...
Published 01/24/22
Join Ian Stone, Amy Lawrence and James McNicholas for a chat about Sunday's postponed North London Derby This week: with everyone ganging up on Arsenal for calling off Sunday's game, we ask could this be a good thing for the club mentality? We ask who's actually around for Thursday's game against Liverpool? And we take a look back at Lord Nicklas Bendtner's time at Arsenal as the Danish striker turns 34. RUNNING ORDER PART 1 - How the NLD really went (01.00) PART 2 - Postponements...
Published 01/17/22
It's Ian Stone, Amy Lawrence and James McNicholas back to talk you through the deflating defeat at Nottingham Forest in the FA Cup. This week: with a season defining week ahead which players should Arsenal be looking to bring in to ensure better performances? Is it already too late to be bringing in players? And is Jack Wilshere the solution to all our problems? That plus whether Arteta's contract should be extended and what's the biggest factor in determining that. RUNNING ORDER PART 1 -...
Published 01/10/22
Ian Stone, Amy Lawrence, and James McNicholas are back for 2022 and their hope-ometers are on the rise. This week we discuss the fantastic performance against Man City, despite losing there were so many positives to take from the game - especially Partey, Tomiyasu, and Ramsdale's huge passes. We discuss Amy's interview with Granit Xhaka and whether it might change perceptions of him. And as it's January we discuss what business Arsenal need to do and what they might do. RUNNING ORDER PART 1 -...
Published 01/02/22
Join James McNicholas, Adrian Clarke, and Art de Roche for this week's Handbrake Off - and it's a joyous one This week: we dish out the love for Gabriel Martinelli as we look back on victory at Elland Road. The team discuss who should be captain and we hand out our Handbrake Off-scars too. RUNNING ORDER PART 1 - Breakthrough games (01.00) PART 2a - Leeds 1-4 Arsenal (07.30) PART 2b - Who should be captain? (32.00) PART 3 - Handbrake Off-scars (38.00)
Published 12/20/21