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Arsenal Review USA Podcast: Interview With EPL Talk

I first became aware of the Arsenal Review USA Podcast when Arsenal’s official website ran a story and video interview with them after they visited the Emirates Stadium. Fast forward a few weeks later and the podcasts hosts (Joel and Kyle) graciously invited me to be a guest on their podcast.

As luck would have it, I was interviewed the day after Arsenal’s win against Blackpool, the Gunners first victory in the league since the end of February. Plus the day I was interviewed was the same day that Arsenal officially announced that Stan Kroenke was moving forward with taking over the club. Suffice to say, we had a lot to talk about in an interesting discussion where we covered those topics and several other ones, some Arsenal-related and some not.

When you get a chance, listen to the interview. Or if you’d like to subscribe to the weekly podcast for the American Gooner, visit their website or subscribe via iTunes. Both chaps are knowledgable about Arsenal Football Club and have intelligent discussions analyzing their team’s performances as well as the latest Arsenal news.

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  1. Tommy sunshine

    April 14, 2011 at 8:20 am

    I find it delightful that in the last decade Arsenal have acquired a huge fan base in the US and yet not won a trophy in seven years.
    Arsene Wenger should be sacked tomorrow but he is unsackable. Why? Because of his resume while managing Arsenal. His illustrious past is condemning his present side to a bleak future.
    But is his record so illustrious?
    I’m not so sure. Yes, he won the double in 1998 and 2002. 1998 was an awesome achievement but in 2002 Manchester United cracked up. 2004 invincibles? Not quite. Robert Pires cheated to win a penalty against Portsmouth that amounts to the biggest individual instance of fraud in the modern game. Their conduct against manchester united in the ‘pizza gate’ affair in september 2003 was deplorable.
    Now you can say the purpose of football is to win at all costs, using means however foul and cheating your way to glory. If so the invincibles should be held in the highest regard. But if you take the view that the spirit in which a team plays matters, that it’s how you win that matters, not how many times you win then Arsenal’s achievements under Wenger are forever tarnished.
    Much has been written about Arsenal’s lamentable record since 2005. I will onlysay this: Contrary to myth, Wenger has spent money, plenty of it. He’s just spent it unwisely and tested his attack-minded philosophy to destruction with the most failed experiment since 1818 when Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein was published.
    And yet, he is safe in his position, although it is revealing that many deluded gooners want the club’s new owners should exert more pressure on Wenger. Do Man U fans want the Glazers to exert pressure on Ferguson? Do Spurs fans wish Levy to control Redknapp? Er, no.
    So we’re in this position now when Arsenal fans would like to see Wenger go but are too scared to say so and thereby are treating him like a child with special needs: ‘we just need a carer to look after him and show him the way.’ If there is a more humiliating spectacle in modern sport, I am unaware of it,

    • will

      May 2, 2011 at 10:03 am

      Don’t copy and paste your slanderous remarks to different threads throughout the site…it makes you look ignorant. Plus, it’s obvious that no Arsenal fan gives a sh*t about your bogus claims on the Professor. Suck It.

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