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Arsenal Review USA Post-Sutton United: Viral Pies

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The FA Cup proves a welcome distraction to Arsene Wenger and Arsenal as the Gunners do just enough to ease Sutton United to the side en route to yet another FA Cup quarter-final, this time with help from Theo Walcott and Lucas Perez goals. Joining us on the live show will be Jon Shay of Woolwich 1886 and Colin from the Krewe of Arsenal to talk Arsene Wenger’s point of no return and whether or not superstars like Alexis Sanchez are now in fact the real power holders at the club, plus reliving the highlights from Gooner Gras 2017….

That meat pie’s not going to eat itself, but it certainly would go down a lot faster if you chased it with the new podcast episode from iTunesour raw RSS feed or our  archive
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Alexis Sanchez Scored Against Hull City

Arsenal Review USA Post-Hull City: Alexis and the Hand of Dog

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Arsenal grab an ugly 3 points from Hull City to secure their first win in three games. We discuss whether this latest performance against Hull suggests Arsene Wenger’s side is under-rotated, evaluate the unresolved contract effect and look ahead to midweek Champions League action against Bayern Munich…

Score the new podcast with your hands (and ears) by grabbing it from iTunesour raw RSS feed or the archive.

Alexis Panenka Burnley

Arsenal Review USA Post-Burnley: Alexis Leaves it Late after Shkodran Spark

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It wasn’t pretty, but Arsenal’s persistence on offense was just enough to overcome Burnley (and Jon Moss’s) stubborn defense en route to a vital 2-1 win at home. Sam Limbert of the Big Diag stops by to relate the Emirates drama as well as talk over Xhaka’s increasingly worrying disciplinary record, adequate solutions at right back and Arsenal’s better-than-usual start to the match…

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Alexis Sanchez celebrates after scoring against Swansea in weekend EPL action

Arsenal Review USA Post-Swansea: Alexis’ Parka of Solitude

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Arsenal eventually see off hapless Swansea with the help of another Giroud goal, two cameos from Own Goal and a frustrated fourth from Alexis Sanchez. Helping us evaluate the Chilean’s latest pout on the Anelka Sulk Scale will be Chris Jenkins, plus we’ll parse out the many stages of Arsenal matches and Iwobi’s Jedi mind tricks…

As always, you can grab the new pod from iTunesour raw RSS feed or the archive.

10-2-16

Arsenal Review USA Podcast: Five’s a Streak

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Arsenal obliterate Champions League party-poopers Basel before blundering their way to a last-second victory against jammy Burnley at Turf Moor, but we couldn’t care less as we celebrate a real, live winning streak on Arsene Wenger’s 20th anniversary at the club. Helping us unravelthe stats on a beefed up Theo Walcott and turn a blind eye on forearm goals will be returning guest Tim Bostelle of 7am Kickoff, plus we’ll give our favorite Wenger sideline dramas and catalog the virtues of the crappy away win…

Getting the new episode is so easy you can practically look at the bench while downloading it from iTunesour raw RSS feed or our archive. For more information please visit Arsenal Review USA.

4-24-16

Out of Ideas

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Arsenal cruise past a mediocre West Brom side at home before stuttering at the Stadium of Light in a nil-nil draw that leaves the door to the Top Four open for Manchester United. Returning guest Elliot Smith is on hand to help us distinguish between intentional and haphazard squad building and help identify the identity Wenger’s side needs to achieve, plus Invincibles vs Norwich prize trivia…


Jump out of that Kaboul challenge and skip on over to iTunes, the raw RSS feed or our archive to get the new podcast. For more information please visit Arsenal Review USA.