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Welcome to The Arsenal Therapy Podcast, a dedicated show about the club we love, Arsenal Football Club. Arsenal blow away Palace at the Emirates stadium and remind all fans why they’re at the top of the league. Many looked forward to the kind of response fans would get following a disappointing defeat in the Europa League to Sporting. But from the very first minute they played with pace, intensity, desire, hunger and concentration which was reflected in the way they were moving the ball and toying with Palace on the edge of their box. All 4 goals were wonderfully worked and a reflection of the brilliant football they’ve been playing all season. Ben White in particular was fantastic on the right hand side and used his overlapping runs to put dangerous balls into the box as well as slot Saka in on goal. An honourable mention for Rob Holding as he filled in for injured William Saliba. He contributed in the buildup of Arsenals attacking football and did his defensive duties as Arsenal only concede from a scrappy corner. As we head into the international break Arsenal find themselves 8 points clear at the top  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) Monty (@Monty_Official_)
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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.

A fan for almost 20 years, Sham supports Arsenal from across the pond. He has been writing and podcasting about the club for several years now. He always tries to combine passion with analytical discussion.

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.

Sham (Left) Farhan (Centre) Monty (Right)

Rating: 5 out of 5.

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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