There will be no golden boot for Gabriel Jesus but why? Gabriel Fernando de Jesus is a Brazilian professional footballer who plays as a forward for Premier League club Arsenal and the Brazil national team. Jesus began his senior club career at Palmeiras, where he was voted Best Newcomer at the 2015 Campeonato Brasileiro Série A and won the Copa do Brasil. Arsenal Football Club, commonly referred to as Arsenal, is a professional football club based in Islington, London, England. Arsenal plays in the Premier League, the top flight of English football. Image Credit: dejesusoficial/instagram https://www.instagram.com/p/Chzc2RMs5Nt/
In this episode it's nothing personal as we enjoy a 1-0 win away at Chelsea, and although we've won there before in recent seasons, this was something different. We chat about the quality of Arsenal's performance from start to finish, and how the technical level of this team is key to what we're doing right now. There's discussion of Gabriel Jesus and his performance versus another striker's; other individuals who stood out; rendering Chelsea ineffective; and some props for Mikel Arteta's role in the improvement of the team and the club as a whole. We also answer questions about Aubameyang's pre-game video, Granit Xhaka's increased contribution, the manager and his technical area, Ben White and lots more.We also announce the official Arsecast Extra Goodly Morning mug is on sale, with all proceeds going to charity. Get yours here: https://p1r.es/GoodlyMugGet extra bonus content and help support Arseblog by becoming an Arseblog Member on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/arseblog Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Edge of the Box returns to preview Gameweek 15 in the Premier League this weekend. Host Dan Bardell is once again joined by Jonathan Wilson and WhoScored.com's very own Ben McAleer to talk about this week's biggest topics.The episode starts with an exclusive reveal of the WhoScored.com Champions League Team of the Group Stage before moving onto the much-anticipated Premier League Team of the Month, all before diving straight into the big games on offer in the Premier League. Chelsea-Arsenal and Tottenham-Liverpool are on the agenda this week before blitzing through the remaining fixtures in our 'Just-A-Minute' section.We ask the panel to discuss how the former Manchester City stars Raheem Sterling and Gabriel Jesus are faring at their respective clubs. We look at just how well Graham Potter's start to life at Chelsea has been, as well as looking at the importance of Kepa Arrizabalaga to Potter's team.Ahead of the game, we look at what Chelsea can do to contain Gabriel Martinelli's threat and the potential ideas behind Arsenal's two unlikely full-backs, Ben White and Takehiro Tomiyasu.We look at the midfield battle between Tottenham and Liverpool and where it can be won, as well as analysing what is shaping to be Jurgen Klopp's worst season at Liverpool and how well Antonio Conte has performed in his year as Tottenham manager.And of course, we bring the WhoScored combined XI to the table for both Chelsea-Arsenal and Tottenham-Liverpool.Subscribe to our channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/Whoscored?s...- Intro- Champions League Group Stage Best XI- Premier League Team of the Month- Chelsea vs Arsenal Match Preview- Chelsea vs Arsenal Combined XI- Tottenham vs Liverpool Match Preview- Tottenham vs Liverpool Combined XI- Quickfire Match PreviewsFollow WhoScored:Twitter - https://twitter.com/WhoScoredInstagram: https://www.instagram/officialwhoscoredFollow the team:Host: Dan Bardell - https://twitter.com/danbardellGuest: Jonathan Wilson - https://twitter.com/jonawilsGuest: Ben McAleer - https://twitter.com/BenMcAleer1Editor: Dan Rolinson - https://twitter.com/danrolinson #Football #PremierLeague Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The squad welcome Talksport Sports Bar host, Jason Cundy to preview Chelsea v Arsenal. Jason is the ultimate frenemy of the show. Super Kevin Campbell and Sophie Nicolaou always have open and direct conversations with him and on this episode, they challenge some of his recent comments about the Gunners. You might be surprised by … Continue reading "CHELSEA v ARSENAL | JASON CUNDY FROM TALKSPORT"
In this episode we enjoy the 5-0 win over Nottingham Forest on Sunday and discuss a fast start, some half-time worries, a fantastic second period and a huge contribution from Reiss Nelson who got two goals and an assist after he replaced Bukayo Saka. We talk about this being the reset Mikel Arteta was looking for, Saka's treatment by opponents and officials, and then a superb second half from the team and Nelson in particular. We round out by assessing our position at the top of the table after a hectic October before we answer listener questions about Gabriel Jesus and some visible frustration as his goal 'drought' continues, Kieran Tierney, title-race odds, whether Nelson's goals change the January transfer window needs, Tony Adams dancing and lots more.Get extra bonus content and help support Arseblog by becoming an Arseblog Member on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/arseblog Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The guys talk about the 1-1 draw v Southampton, Gabriel Jesus, Gabriel, Substitutions and Argentine Football.Socials:Twitter:NAAP: https://twitter.com/NAGoonerPodcastMagic Mike: https://twitter.com/TheGoonersPodKelly: https://twitter.com/SouthMetroAFCMike: https://twitter.com/MikeHerzFCInstagram:https://t.co/KHDZ6QmEtm?amp=1Audioheads:itunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/not-another-arsenal-podcast/id1548621102Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/4XAp9cmuKb787pJviayghZ
In this episode we look back on the 1-1 draw with Southampton, on a day of some frustration. Arsenal didn't make the most of their chances to win the game, but nor did we get the rub of the green when it came the officiating – with some glaring errors by the referee. We chat about that balance, but also about how heightened expectations this season make a draw away from home feel quite so bad. There's discussion of second half sloppiness and whether it was down to fatigue, as well as questions about Gabriel Jesus and his goalscoring so far this season, whether we need a 'Plan B', Fabio Vieira, more Ben White media fun, and lots more.Get extra bonus content and help support Arseblog by becoming an Arseblog Member on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/arseblog Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
On this episode, the squad is joined by the Podfather himself, Arseblog. We dig into the Leeds v Arsenal match, talk resilience versus luck, mental evolution, fan negativity and whether the Arsenal have a realistic chance to win the Premier League. Get stuck in!
Embark on an audible adventure with Daniel Finton, Alfie Culshaw and Rob Worthington as they analyse all of the latest news regarding the Arsenal. This week, Alfie is joined by Mac Johnson, as the pair dissect Arsenal's narrow and somewhat fortunate victory over Leeds at Elland Road. We discuss the importance of winning ugly as long as it isn't a recurring theme, the few positive elements of an even first half and then what went wrong in a very below par second half. We praise the performances of Aaron Ramsdale, Gabriel Magalhaes and Martin Odegaard, while discussing Takehiro Tomiyasu and Gabriel Jesus' difficulties. We finish by talking about our winnable upcoming fixtures. Share and Enjoy! Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/we.love.u.arsenal/ Twitter- https://twitter.com/wlyablog Alfie's Twitter- https://twitter.com/AlfieCulshaw Mac's Twitter- https://twitter.com/MacJohnson22152
Ali Maxwell is joined by the Athletic's tactical maestros Michael Cox and Mark Carey for an in-depth preview of Sunday's game at Anfield - Liverpool against Manchester City. Should Klopp start Nunez and is there more to his game than just being a big no.9? How can that porous Liverpool defence stop the likes of Foden, Silva, De Bruyne and of course Haaland from exploiting the space in behind? Is there any way Klopp can play a front four again and try to press the life out of Man City? An intriguing clash awaits and we dig down into the tactics and the data to see how it might play out. Plus there's also a look at the resurgence of no.9s playing for the Premier League's big six clubs - the likes of Gabriel Jesus, Harry Kane, Aubameyang, plus Nunez and Haaland. What impact have they made this season and why have clubs reverted to a focus on proper central strikers? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Sutton United's Lewis Ward has an excellent penalty saving record. Last season, he saved a penalty from Gabriel Jesus in the FA Cup, before saving 2 penalties in the play-off semi final shootout with Swindon Town. We asked Lewis and Martin what's the secret to improving your chances of saving a penalty. Research? instinct? practice? Mind games? Plus, Paul discusses the brutal mind games he employs when playing football with his son on the beach... FOLLOW ► Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/gloveglu/?hl=en Twitter: https://twitter.com/gloveglu TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@gloveglu?lang=en LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/gloveglu/?originalSubdomain=uk GOALKEEPER TIPS ► DGUK: https://www.tiktok.com/@dguk123 The Nationals: https://www.tiktok.com/@thenationalsgkcamps? SHOP ► https://gloveglu.com/
In this episode we relive the 3-2 win over Liverpool at the Emirates yesterday, discussing the team selection and Takehiro Tomiyasu at left-back; a blistering Arsenal start and an early goal from Gabriel Martinelli; Liverpool with more control in the first half but Bukayo Saka putting us in front before the break; a better second period from us even if Firmino scored, and lots of focus on our reaction to that, the bravery to go for the win, what that says about this team and cracking the aura of difficult opposition. We also chat about how much fun the team and the stadium is right now, as well as answering questions about further tests this season, the Gabriel Jesus incident involving Tsimikas and whether he should have continued, the Aubameyang video and his comments about Mikel Arteta, Ben White's post-game interviews, contract renewals for Saliba, Saka and Martinelli, and LOTS more.Get extra bonus content and help support Arseblog by becoming an Arseblog Member on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/arseblog Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
New week. Blank canvas. Let’s paint pictures. Let’s tell stories. What a great guest to kick-off the week. Join the squad as they welcome one of the Arsenal community’s best sports writers, Kaya Kaynak from Football London. Kaya shares his insights from being around the team in training, to Mikel Arteta’s press conference and more!
On this episode, the squad is joined by Liverpool legend and ESPNFC’s, Stevie Nicol. After criticizing, Bukayo Saka last season, what does he think of him now? Has his script flipped? We also discuss the brilliance of, Gabriel Martinelli and how Stevie thinks he and Saka are the Arsenal’s most dangerous players. Get stuck in!
Foi um fim de semana de clássicos na Inglaterra e falamos sobre a vitória do Manchester City, com brilho intenso de Haaland, imparável. Teve também a vitória do Arsenal sobre o Tottenham, com gol de Gabriel Jesus. Passamos por outras ligas europeias e os destaques do fim de semana. Por fim, falamos sobre o título do Independiente del Valle na Sul-Americana, em uma vitória sobre o São Paulo em Córdoba. Vem com a gente!APOIE A TRIVELA: https://apoia.se/trivelahttps://apoia.se/central3LOJA: https://trivela.com.br/loja e https://caphead.com.br/trivela
In this episode we talk about a very enjoyable a 3-1 North London derby win, and three points which keep us top of the Premier League. We chat about the respective approaches of both teams, Thomas Partey's superb strike undoing Sp*rs' relentlessly negative approach, the penalty and a bit of a wobble, before a superb second half and goals from Gabriel Jesus and Granit Xhaka sealing the win. We discuss the red card, whether we're getting enough credit for the win, before answering listener questions about Harry Kane's fouling, Ben White's form, central defensive options, Arsenal as potential title contenders, and lots more.Get extra bonus content and help support Arseblog by becoming an Arseblog Member on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/arseblog Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Ian Stone is joined by Amy Lawrence and Adrian Clarke as they bask in the glorious glow of Arsenal defeating their bitter rivals in quite brilliant fashion. Listen as we try to bring you the feel of the Emirates from that Saturday early kick off as the hottest ticket in town lit up the weekend. And as we discuss which previous iteration of Arsenal this team most feels like. We talk in depth on William Saliba, Ben White and Gabriel Jesus. We, of course, mention the man of the moment, Granit Xhaka, with his story getting better and better. And we talk about what would be the ultimate closing chapter in his Arsenal journey. And there's a look at Aaron Ramsdale's quotes post match where he discusses the mentality of the team and how they have this "never say die" attitude. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Le PSG a repris a la tête du classement du championnat de France après sa victoire contre Nice (2-1). Lionel Messi a inscrit un superbe coup-franc et Kylian Mbappé, remplaçant, a donné la victoire au Paris Saint-Germain. Quelques jours avant d'affronter Benfica en Ligue des Champions, le niveau de jeu du PSG est-il en train de diminuer ? Débats et analyses en plateau. En Angleterre, Arsenal continue de dominer la Premier League. Dans le derby du Nord de Londres face à Tottenham, les coéquipiers de Gabriel Jesus se sont imposés (3-1) et continuent leur course en tête. Retour sur Arsenal - Tottenham dans le WFC.
Super Kev and Soph return for the best ever North London Derby post game show. Wax lyrical. Capitalize on the bragging rights. Gloat and float. Savour the moment. Do it all! This moment belongs to the red side of North London.
The Arsenal News Show EP194: North London Derby, Players Missing, Mikel Arteta, Gabriel JesusVote on twitter: https://twitter.com/intent/tweet?text=I%20am%20voting%20for%20%40TheGoonerTalkTv%20in%20%40The_FCAs%20for%20%23BestClubContentCreator%20%28Premier%20League%29%21&original_referer=https://clicktotweet.com&related=tweetdripappVote on instagram: https://www.instagram.com/p/Ciuik4uP5qG/?hl=enVote on the website: https://footballcontentawards.com/voting#bestclubcontentcreatorTom presents a daily show on The Gooner Talk covering all the latest Arsenal news, Arsenal transfer news, match reaction, press conferences and much more plus a Q&A session taking questions from the LIVE chat.Get all your Arsenal news now and every day. Links to Fantasy code, Twitter, Instagram, audio-only platforms, The Arsenal Way and our channel membership scheme including entry to the Discord community: https://linktr.ee/TheGoonerTalk Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/the-gooner-talk. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Episode 38: 9/28/2022 - Richy, Mr.Wetz and Ben discuss on the following topics: Are France in trouble ahead of the World Cup in less than two months? Is Mbappé already unhappy with PSG? NBA media day reaction "What's up with that" (30 sec) Segment Richarlison or Gabriel Jesus? Favorite to win the World Cup? "It is what it is. I talked to my teammates, organizations about it and now I'm just ready to play basketball" Jaylen Brown comments on KD trade talk Biggest flop of the weekend Sidemen Charity game reaction @richyrema @MrWetz @BD1592 chat with us on Twitter !!! Like, Subscribe and Follow LETS POD !!!
Host Ali Maxwell is joined by The Athletic's tactics writers Michael Cox and Ahmed Walid, to preview an intriguing clash of tactical styles as Arsenal and Spurs face off in the first North London Derby of the new Premier League season... The panel discuss Arsenal's progress since the arrival of players like Gabriel Jesus and Oleksandr Zinchenko and why Conte might elect to start an attacking trio of Kane, Son and Richarlison, despite Kulusevski's impact. Plus, why set pieces have become a massive strength for both teams, how Xhaka's redemption story is going, Kane's suffering for club and country and much more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The international break is upon us so it is time for the first Arsenal Beat special of the new season. In 'Gift of the Gab' a host of Arsenal Beat regulars are joined by specialists and new contributors to discuss the career to date of Gabriel Jesus. South American football expert Tim Vickery talks us through Jesus' early career and his trials and tribulations with the Brazil national team. Paul Hirst of the Times and the Daily Mail's Jack Gaughan pore over Jesus' time at Manchester City, debating his arrival, his changing role and his departure. Regulars in the form of the Telegraph's Sam Dean and Art de Roche of the Athletic are on hand to chat about Jesus' move to Arsenal, what it means to Mikel Arteta's side and how many goals he will score in his debut season. Please remember to rate and review the Arsenal Beat and subscribe to hear our latest regular episodes as well as future specials.
João Castelo-Branco e Renato Senise discutem a última rodada da Premier League antes da parada pela data FIFA. Entrevistas com Richarlison, Gabriel Jesus, Martinelli, Emerson Royal, Eric Dier e Fabio Vieira.
In this episode we enjoy the 3-0 win over Brentford on Sunday that put us back on top of the Premier League. We discuss the way Arsenal exerted such control and dominance over the opposition; our prowess from set-pieces as we opened the scoring from a corner; Granit Xhaka's increased creativity and an assist for Gabriel Jesus; squad depth in the shape of Fabio Vieira, who scored his first goal for the Gunners; plus a debut for 15 year old Ethan Nwaneri and what it says about the club right now. Then there are listener questions about injury concerns, Jesus walking a disciplinary tightrope, fans singing for Xhaka, William Saliba (ooooof), head slapping, and lots more.Get extra bonus content and help support Arseblog by becoming an Arseblog Member on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/arseblog Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Award-winning writer and broadcaster, Matt Spiro joins, Sophie and Kevin. Questions were asked about Saliba’s loan deals to Ligue 1. But is the club’s decision now justified? Is the young French international this good because of his loan experiences? And what about Balogun, Tavares and Pepe? How are they doing on loan in France thus … Continue reading "MONDAY MADNESS | A FRENCH CONNECTION | MATT SPIRO"
Robbie Mustoe and Robbie Earle recap the key storylines from match round eightof the 2022-23 Premier League season(1:33) Arsenal cruise to a 3-0 victory over Brentford and go back to the top of the table heading into the international break. Gabriel Jesus scored his 4th goal of the season (13:37) Spurs dominate Leicester City, winning 6-2. Heung Min-Son came off the bench and scored a hat trick in just 13 minutes, while Leicester City have just 1 point from 7 games.(33:03) Manchester City grab all 3 points against a 10-man Wolves, winning 3-0. Erling Haaland scored his 11th goal in the Premier League this season(40:12) A round up of the other results from the weekend:(40:19) Fulham come from behind to beat Nottingham Forest 3-2(45:43) Everton edge past West Ham 1-0 for their first win of the season. Neal Maupay scored his first goal of the season for Everton and they also had Robbie Mustoe's underappreciated performer of the week: Demarai Gray (54:38) Bournemouth grab a 1-1 draw against their former manager Eddie Howe and Newcastle. Manager Gary O'Neil also earns Robbie Earle's underappreciated performer of the week(1:02:18) Aston Villa get their second win of the season, beating Southampton 1-0
As Arsenal prepare to face Brentford on Sunday and before the final international break ahead of the World Cup, there is much to be discussed. Recorded for the first time at Arsenal's London Colney training base immediately after Mikel Arteta's pre-match press conference, Mark is joined by The Telegraph's Sam Dean, Art de Roche of the Athletic and senior football writer at ESPN James Olley. The quartet tackle the furore around Ben White's omission from the England squad, the ins and outs of whether he is fit and how to report on a situation that is unclear. They move on to talk about the challenge of playing Brentford, how Arsenal's team has evolved from last season, facing Ivan Toney, managing Bukayo Saka's minutes and much more beside. Please remember to rate and review the Arsenal Beat and subscribe to ensure you do not miss future episodes and specials - including 'Gift of the Gab', an hour-long deep dive into the career to date of Gabriel Jesus - available from September 22.
During his time as a Gunner, Paul Davis won two Division One titles, two League Cups, the FA Cup and the European Cup Winners Cup. He was at the nucleus of the club's success and is without doubt, one of the prettiest ball players in the Arsenal’s history. In recent times, Paul was also a … Continue reading "PAUL DAVIS | THE LEGACY & LEGEND COLLECTION"
We're not sure if if YouTube is going to punish us for mentioning that thing that happened in the UK last week that cost us a weekend of Premier League football, so we're not going to, but luckily we were able to come together without their permission to bring you our first Top 10 of the 2022/23 season and it's focused on the best transfers of the summer window. Specs, PK, Jordy, Miles, Poet, Stevo and Tego also talk 2006, throw some shots and spill some drinks.
Joe Molloy was joined by South American football expert Tim Vickery on Tuesday's Off The Ball. Among other things, Tim looked ahead to the upcoming FIFA World Cup and how Brazil and Argentina particularly are looking as possible contenders. Football is in association with Sky
Joe and Tom assess the best FPL captaincy candidates for Gameweek 7. Manchester City's Erling Haaland's recent goal scoring heroics look tough to ignore for the armband. But can he score yet again, against a well drilled Tottenham side. And what of Liverpool's Mohammed Salah or Arsenal's Gabriel Jesus. They certainly have better fixtures on their side. ━━━━━━━━━━━━━ 0:20 Starts 2:00 Champions League Fantasy 4:13 Gw 7 Best fixtures 5:58 Worst defences 10:44 Player stats comparison 17:39 Tom and Joe's Top 3 Picks ━━━━━━━━━━━━━ ✔️ Subscribe to the channel: https://bit.ly/3yg0I28 ━━━━━━━━━━━━━
After six FPL gameweeks, the Cheaters are beginning to consider a wildcard. But do we have enough actionable information yet? Salah continues to underwhelm and Haaland has strengthened his grip on a permanent captaincy. These two basic truths are causing many fantasy managers to restructure their squads and move some cash to new areas of the fantasy pitch. Primarily, forwards continue to shine and present big, consistent value. We look at form strikers like Mitrovic and Toney and consider how they pair with the likes of Haaland, Kane, and Gabriel Jesus. Plus, we sift through all twenty Premier League clubs looking for players we like, dislike, or remain unsure of. Hail Cheaters! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On Wednesday night there was not one, not two but five games in the Premier League and there were goals aplenty! Juliette Ferrington is joined by Dion Dublin who was watching Liverpool come back from a goal down to leave it very late to beat Newcastle at Anfield and James Collins watched his former side West Ham earn a draw against Tottenham. And there are cameos everywhere during this episode – Erling Haaland joins the pod after scoring his second hat-trick in a row for Manchester City after they dominated Nottingham Forest by six goals to nil. Jurgen Klopp comes on from the Anfield tunnel after his side fought back against Newcastle, and Eddie Howe reflects on his team's loss. Arsenal are still unbeaten and remain top of the Premier League table after a 2-1 win over Aston Villa. Gabriel Jesus gives his views as does a less than impressed Steven Gerrard. And after VAR played a part in the one-all draw between West Ham and Tottenham at the London Stadium, Spurs boss Antonio Conte tells the pod of his dislike of the video assistant referee. Timecodes: 3'00 – Reflections on Manchester City's win against Nottingham Forest. 3'50 – Haaland audio and appreciation chat. 9'30 – Liverpool section. 12'01 – Eddie Howe interview. 14'20 – Newcastle focus. 16'00 – Jurgen Klopp interview with Gary Flintoff. 19'23 – Arsenal chat with Gabriel Jesus interview. 21'50 – Steven Gerrard interview and Villa section. 27'15 – West Ham v Spurs review. 29'00 – Antonio Conte on his dislike of VAR. 31'10 – Bournemouth chat.
Arsenal, this time last year, they were at the bottom of the league, now they're in 1st place all alone. Lots of credit needs to go around but who do you give the most credit to? Mikel Arteta, Gabriel Jesus, Edu, Saliba? Speaking of Saliba... is the young Frenchman the best CB in the league at the moment? Are Manchester United in the mud? How long will it take Manchester City and Liverpool to get back up and running? Go back to last year, what three changes would you make at United? Thank you to Gully Squad! To join go to https://www.patreon.com/SoccerCooligans Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The FC crew react to Arsenal's dominate 3-0 victory over Bournemouth, question if they may have overlooked Gabriel Jesus during his time at Man City and argue if the Gunners are for real this season. Plus, the guys discuss Tottenham's win over Wolves, Real Madrid's 2nd straight LaLiga victory and recap the reactions to Casemiro's move to Manchester United. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Ian is joined by Ryan Hunn to chat about Liverpool's draw with Crystal Palace, in which Darwin Núñez was sent off for headbutting Joachim Andersen (03:49). They discuss Núñez's reaction and whether—in the long run—Liverpool's new signing learned a valuable lesson. They also chat about Arsenal's win over Leicester, including praise for William Saliba and Gabriel Jesus (24:37), talk a little more about Manchester United (37:03), give flowers to Jamie Bynoe-Gittens after his first Bundesliga goal (42:10), and much more! Host: Ian Wright Guest: Ryan Hunn Producers: Ryan Hunn and Roscoe Bowman Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
This weekend's matches served up a lot of goals and a lot of banter—from Gabriel Jesus's fantasy explosion to Manchester United's continuing implosion, Erling Haaland's rare goalless appearance to Conte and Tuchel's budding bro-mance. With standout or unexpected performances from teams like Chelsea and Brentford, The Cheaters take this moment and reconsider some FPL assets that may have been wrongly overlooked in preseason. Plus, we plan ahead for the main GW3 dilemmas and captaincy decisions. Hail Cheaters! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Robbie Mustoe and Robbie Earle recap the key storylines from match week round two of the 2022-23 Premier League season (1:25) A fiery 2-2 draw between Chelsea and Tottenham including a heated exchange from Thomas Tuchel and Antonio Conte that saw both managers get a straight red card after the match(18:10) An impressive display from Brentford, and more woe for Erik Ten Hag and Manchester United as they fall to the Bees, 4-0.(35:04) Manchester City continue to roll to start off the season, breezing past Bournemouth 4-0.(37:54) A great display from Arsenal and Gabriel Jesus who scored 2 goals, beating Leicester 4-2 and Robbie Mustoe's underappreciated performer of the week: Oleksandr Zinchenko(43:36) After 23 years away from the Premier League, Nottingham Forest win their first game back at home 1-0 over West Ham, and Robbie Earle's underappreciated performer of the week: Lewis O'Brien(54:15) A round up of the other results of the weekend(54:20) Aston Villa 2 - 1 Everton(55:53) Southampton 2 - 2 Leeds United(56:45) Wolves 0 - 0 Fulham(57:23) Brighton 0 - 0 Newcastle
Premier League matchday 1 sees Jimbo assemble a pod squad of Tom Williams, Laurie Whitwell and Adrian Clarke. Will Erling Haaland score another debut hat-trick? Will Aleksandar Mitrovic finally step up to the Premier League? Who will be sadder this weekend – Brendan Rodgers or the Spanish Brendan Rodgers? Laurie gives us the lowdown on how Erik ten Hag is trying to instill discipline at Old Trafford. And how Cristiano Ronaldo is proving an obstacle to that. Inspired by Raheem Sterling and Gabriel Jesus, which players just looked wrong in a different jersey? Plus opening day memories, Adrian's holiday with Luke Ayling, and unfortunately for us all, Forest are trying to sign someone called Jizz Hornkamp. RUNNING ORDER: • PART 1a: All or Nothing musings (03.00) • PART 1b: Opening weekend memories (06.30) • PART 1c: West Ham v Man City & Fulham v Liverpool previews (11.00) • PART 2a: PL players no longer taking the knee (20.00) • PART 2b: Everton v Chelsea, Palace v Arsenal and players that look weird in another shirt (23.00) • PART 3: Man Utd v Brighton preview (36.00) • PART 4: Newcastle v Forest and the rest of the Premier League weekend (47.00) SIGN UP TO THE ATHLETIC TODAY FOR £1 A MONTH FOR THE FIRST 6 MONTHS • theathletic.com/totally GET IN TOUCH: • follow us on Instagram • find us on Facebook • send us a tweet: @TheTotallyShow READ STUFF ON OUR WEBSITE: • check out thetotallyfootballshow.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode we discuss the 6-0 win over Sevilla in the Emirates Cup on Saturday. There's discussion of an imposing looking defence and interesting full-back tactics, before focus turns further forward and just how thrilling the options up front look. We talk about Gabriel Jesus' hat-trick and what he's bringing to the team, Bukayo Saka, and Gabriel Martinelli who was brilliant and selfless. We also chat about Martin Odegaard and the fact he's the new captain, as well as answering listener questions about William Saliba, potential departures and how we have to get used to the idea of selling players we like, Reiss Nelson's future, Rob Holding, Emile Smith Rowe and loads more.Get extra bonus content and help support Arseblog by becoming an Arseblog Member on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/arseblog See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In this episode James is back from the US, and we chat about his experiences on the tour from Baltimore to Orlando. We touch on the 4-0 win over Chelsea, how well Gabriel Jesus has settled in, and how well William Saliba has integrated back into the squad as a big season looms for him. We also talk about James' interview with Edu, analysing the things he had to say, and what it means to hear a Technical Director communicate like that. Then there are listener questions about being light at striker, the goalkeeping situation, Nicolas Pepe's Instagram post, what Mikel Arteta might have meant when he said we were 'short' in certain areas, and lots more.Get extra bonus content and help support Arseblog by becoming an Arseblog Member on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/arseblog See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In this transatlantic episode I chat to James about his exploits on the US tour, including the disturbing hotel dramas he's had, before he gives me the low down on what I missed during my week off. Arsenal beat Everton, there's chat about Gabriel Jesus, the size of the squad we brought and the lack of youngsters, what seems to be the imminent arrival of Oleksandr Zinchenko along with questions about where he might play, as well as loads of listener questions about departures, what more we might do in the transfer market, Cedric and right back, signing players from Man City, numbered positions and much more.Get extra bonus content and help support Arseblog by becoming an Arseblog Member on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/arseblog See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.