Arsenal’s Atmosphere, Trophies and Contracts.

Episode 20

Evening, folks.

Tonight brings with it another episode of the Goonersphere Podcast. This week we have something of a ‘special’ broadcast for you. Joining my co-host, Daniel Cowan, and yours truly this week are esteemed guests:

Patrick Barclay (@paddybarclay),
Geoff (@geoffarsenal)
Ben Frost from Arsenal supporters group REDaction

This is a more sober offering than our usual style but still has plenty of banter and joviality. Up for discussion is the Stoke loss, title chances, prioritising the FA Cup and Wenger’s contract situation. We also have some listeners questions.

This podcast is explicit in nature and is probably not suitable for children, unless you are a really bad parent or a really cool one depending how you look at it. It’s not as criminally profane as we are now famed (and lamented) for, but there is the out burst in the to keep up appearances.


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The comments await below, and I hope you’ll take a moment to drop me a line with some feedback. More of my usual fluff will follow tomorrow. Until then, and in this particular instance; thanks for listening, you beautiful bastards.

3 thoughts on “Arsenal’s Atmosphere, Trophies and Contracts.”

  1. Really excellent broadcast.

    I have tuned into your work for the most recent 6 shows and can tell you you have far beaten The Bergkamp Wonderland as the best Arsenal radio show.

  2. Arsene should be checked for dementia, signing an injured Swede. Embarrassing against L/pool, the only team to shit ourselves against Manu, 5 points down the swannee , could have been 5 in the cup game too, Lpool are shaping up to be a real force with a young dynamic forward line, Chelsea and Man city are targeting players for now and the future, Arsene will leave Arsenal in shit

  3. He has more than 30 years coaching experience. In my 40 years of watching soccer,Arsenal are the only team that emphasises passing all day.
    That is why they will get frustrated in front of goal with so many defenders protecting the gk
    Why not be like NU who scored 4 against Hull or other teams. Until this changes ,I see no reason wny more fans will not question the fm ‘s tactics.

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