Arsecast Extra Episode 389 – 21.12.2020,
Welcome to a different Arsecast Extra, the Arsenal podcast, with myself and James from @gunnerblog.
On this episode, sadly we’re discussing one other defeat – the two-1 loss to Everton at Goodison Park on Saturday. Even after the mud has settled a bit and tempers have soothed, there’s nonetheless frustration on the collective efficiency and a few people. Willian’s first half comes up for dialogue, and we marvel what it’s that Mikel Arteta sees in him that no person else can. We chat concerning the substitutions, the very fact we had been in damage time earlier than we acquired a shot on the right track within the second half, and the way the supervisor is stats for some constructive reinforcement. We additionally talk about the Carabao Cup recreation on Tuesday and what sort of a staff we’ll play, earlier than listener questions on what constitutes a profitable season from right here, the January switch window, the obvious hole at govt stage, and hundreds extra.
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