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16 Dec 2014
Written by Mean Lean Tuesday, 16 December 2014 19:08

So Monaco have had to strip themselves of stars on big money. It would also be tempting to judge them on our pre season meeting against us when they were the better team on the day, especially in midfield but as you know, we were far from purring early in the season. In fact we've only just a few

13 Dec 2014
Written by Mean Lean Saturday, 13 December 2014 22:08

Some slick Arsenal football is followed by three slick Gooners talking about the 4-1 battering of Newcastle United. Ok slick Gooners is going too far but they sure can talk a good game. @YankeeGunner, @GoonerFanatic49 and @Poznaninmypants talk Debuchy, Bellerin, our midfield make up and much more.

10 Dec 2014
Written by Mean Lean Wednesday, 10 December 2014 18:02

Wanna hear more about Ramsey's thunderbolt? why on earth wouldn't you? Well you are at the right place. Elliot (@YankeeGunner), James (@GoonerFanatic49) and Paul (@PoznanInMyPants) talk about all the match details. Elliot isn't very happy though, find out why.

06 Dec 2014
Written by Mean Lean Saturday, 06 December 2014 23:14

The guys once more talk about what went down in Stoke City (of all places) on Saturday afternoon. Elliot (@YankeeGunner), James (@Goonerfanatic49) and Paul (@Poznaninmypants) give their views on where it all went wrong on a cold, December in Orc-land. The Podcast is now available on iTunes so click that link to take you to the iTunes page. You can also download the MP3 file just right click and save as Mac users need to do whatever you Mac users do to achieve the same goal. I'd say you're more qualifed than myself when it comes to that.

04 Dec 2014
Written by Mean Lean Thursday, 04 December 2014 08:23

Three more juicy points for the Arsenal. Guest Naveen (@njm1211) join Elliot (@YankeeGunner) and James (@Goonerfanatic49) in some post match chat about Arsenal's victory against Southampton on Wednesday night.

02 Dec 2014
Written by Mean Lean Tuesday, 02 December 2014 23:25

I don't know if there is room for this or if it feasible or not but I'd be well up for a new position being opened up for Thierry as a finishing coach or something like that. Imagine Henry taking the likes of Welbeck, Walcott, Chamberlain, Giroud, Podol... never mind, Campbell and co and guiding them through the different situations they can find themselves in and what worked for him. Showing them footage of the Manchester United first half and making them correct the wrongs. That would be great because we know he has plenty of experience as a finisher and is a great role model for players to look up to. The rest if pretty much unknown apart from the fact that Thierry Henry thinks a lot about football according to Arsene Wenger