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The Arsenal Therapy Podcast – The Unofficial Signing of Gabriel Jesus! (EP.95) The Arsenal Therapy Podcast

Welcome to The Arsenal Therapy Podcast, a dedicated show about the club we love, Arsenal Football Club. An exciting and jam packed week for Arsenal fans as the informal announcement of Gabriel Jesus signing for Arsenal was made by Fabrizio Romano via social media. This week we discuss all the latest news and rumours including, the announcement of Matt Turner who will be Arsenal’s second choice keeper. We spoke about the impact Gabriel Jesus will make in an Arsenal shirt including some of his primary roles in the attacking portion of the pitch. We also discussed the possibility of Saliba signing a new contract extension which would kill off any possibilities of seeing him sold. We also touched on other potential signings like Martinez and Raphinha. Plus much more… 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) James Payne (@JamesPayneAFC) AFC Monty (@Monty_Official_) — This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
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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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