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Welcome to The Arsenal Therapy Podcast, a dedicated show about the club we love, Arsenal Football Club. Arsenal start their Europa league campaign off with a winning start following a win at Kynunparp to beat FC Zurich 2-1. A game that saw teenager Marquinhos score a goal and grab an assist on his debut. An overall solid performance but one that wasn’t reflected on the scoreline. Despite performing well in most areas of Zurich’s half, they were sloppy out of possession and conceded a penalty. But Zurich did have their fair share of opportunities and could have taken something from the game had it not been for their lack of quality in the final third. Having said that, the first game is usually the hardest in a European competition and Arsenal will be glad to have taken all 3 points. Please let us know what you enjoyed about the podcast and do leave the podcast a 5-star review on Apple Podcast. Also, if you wanted to get in touch with us, you can do via Twitter: Farhan (@GunnerSince96) AFC Monty (@Monty_Official_) Sham (@DopeGooner) 
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  2. The Arsenal Therapy Podcast (ft. @KayaKaynak97) – ASSESSING ARSENAL AFTER 7 GAMES… (EP.108)
  3. The Arsenal Therapy Podcast – FC Zurich 1-2 Arsenal (EP.107)
  4. The Arsenal Therapy Podcast – Man Utd 3-1 Arsenal (EP.106)
  5. The Arsenal Therapy Podcast – Arsenal 2-1 Aston Villa (EP.105)

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Brentford 0 – 3 Arsenal – Match Report (021)

A convincing victory away at the Tech Community Stadium saw us return to the top of the table. An incredible performance in both attacking and defensive terms, it was a well deserved win and a return to winning ways after the loss to Manchester United, a sign that the mentality of our players has definitely improved from last season. This match featured the senior debut of the youngest player to ever play in the Premier League, Ethan Nwaneri, who is just 15 years and 181 days old. The news of Partey’s return was dampened by Ødegaard and…More


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About The Show And Meet The Hosts

A football analysis podcast about Arsenal Football Club and all the stresses, frustrations, disappointment, annoyance, that come with it.

A life-long Arsenal fan who used to live down the road from Highbury and The Emirates. Following years of frustration, he decided to start a podcast (The Arsenal Therapy Podcast) to vent his frustration whilst trying to make sense of all the madness.

Was first introduced to Arsenal by his dad which later helped him to develop a deep-rooted love for the club. Despite moving away from London to the North East, James remained a passionate fan of the club and more importantly, joined the Arsenal Therapy Podcast as a co-host to help make sense of all the madness.

Has been following the club for 20+ years. The best moment being the invincibles who he vividly remembers. He remains an optimistic fan and tries to offer a positive outlook. Monty has a vast amount of experience in analysis and a keen eye for breaking transfer news.

James (Left) Farhan (Centre) Monty (Right)

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As an arsenal fan, times can get really tough, so it’s really refreshing to listen to an honest arsenal fan who vents their frustration when necessary but also breaks things down in a calm and concise manner.

— Abul

Rating: 5 out of 5.

One of the only Arsenal podcasts I listen to regularly. Love hearing the honest opinions and analysis of the games as a female fan. Thank you for sharing your perspectives.

— Yasmin

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