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Not your average Arsenal podcast. Here at the Arsenal Beat, reporters who cover Arsenal on a regular basis come together to discuss matches, press conferences and much, much more. Also keep an eye out for special in-depth episodes which delve deeper into the major talking points at Emirates Stadium.
 
This is a brand new podcast series talking all things Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester United! MJ - Host and Arsenal Fan, Fury - Manchester United Fan, K-Sarps - Liverpool Fan, Tips - Arsenal Fan. We talk all things football plus with lots of banter chucked in for good measure! Please have a listen and we hope that you enjoy! Beat Provided By https://www.freebeats.io Produced By White HotP.S follow me on @ https://www.instagram.com/top_tekkers The Ball And Banter Podcast Series is sponsored ...
 
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Lynsey Hooper and Kait Borsay are joined by former England and Chelsea player Claire Rafferty to look back at the Women's Champions League Final between Chelsea and Barcelona in Gothenburg. Now part of Chelsea's Commercial Team, Claire takes us inside the dressing room on a difficult night for Emma Hayes' side. We also discuss the latest news from …
 
Kait Borsay and Lynsey Hooper are joined by former New Zealand Captain, Champions League winner and fellow podcast host Bex Smith to discuss the final weekend of the WSL season that saw Chelsea crowned Champions. We're joined by their former Captain Katie Chapman and Blues' Chairman Adrian Jacob to talk about back to back titles for Chelsea and loo…
 
Lynsey Hooper and Kait Borsay are joined by The Telegraph's Tom Garry to look back at an historic weekend in women's football, when Chelsea made it through to the Champions League Final for the first time. With The Blues in Europe, Manchester City kept up the pressure in the League by beating Birmingham. Plus, as the end of the season approaches, w…
 
Two years on from winning their last WSL title, our unrivalled collection of women's football experts come together to cast their eyes back on the 2018/19 season. Molly Hudson from The Times and the Guardian’s Suzy Wrack are our hosts and - joined by Faye Carruthers of talkSPORT, the Athletic's Art De Roche, Emma Sanders from BBC Sport and Arseblog…
 
Lynsey Hooper and Kait Borsay are joined by the Editor of She Kicks Magazine Jen O'Neill to look back at a weekend of late drama in the WSL, as Bristol City earn a draw at Aston Villa. After Reading's Fara Williams announced that she is to retire at the end of the season, we pay tribute to England's record appearance holder. Plus Manchester City's …
 
After a quiet few days for the Arsenal-covering reporters of the British press, the Arsenal Beat returns to look at a potentially historical weekend for the club. Simon is back in the hosting seat and is joined by Nick Ames and Mark Mann-Bryans to discuss anti-Kroenke protests, a poor performance against Everton and the genuine interest Spotify fou…
 
Kait Borsay and Lynsey Hooper are joined by Reading and England midfielder Fara Williams to discuss the monster match that was Manchester City 2 Chelsea 2. We go through all the big talking points, and there are so many, discuss that save, and add several more entries to the Emma Hayes quote book. All that plus a look at Team GB's group in the upco…
 
With two English Teams in the semi finals of the Champions League and Europa League we discuss each English teams chances of lifting European silverware at the end of the season! and ask the question as to whether English teams can dominate Europe like they did in the mid to late 2000's Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/Ballandbanter)…
 
In this episode we discuss the teams in the bottom third of the Premier League table. We discuss Leeds in detail as to whether they could suffer second season syndrome next season and their great season this year. We also discuss the teams fighting in the championship to be promoted into the Premier League! Also we talk about Sheffield United and w…
 
After a short break the Arsenal Beat returns with Mark Mann-Bryans of PA Media resuming hosting duties as he is joined by the Telegraph's Sam Dean and Mark Irwin from the Sun. The panel discuss Arsenal's fine 4-0 Europa League win against Slavia Prague on Thursday night and the forthcoming reunion with Unai Emery as a result. They also debate wheth…
 
Kait Borsay and Lynsey Hooper are joined by the BBC's Chris Slegg to look back at a decade of the FA WSL. Everton Boss Willie Kirk joins the pod to give his take on the last 10 years of the League, plus we speak to the player who scored the very first WSL goal. We hear some special memories from various players and pundits, including Sue Smith, Cas…
 
Kait Borsay and Lynsey Hooper are joined by commentator, content creator and former player Samantha Miller to chat through another dramatic week in the WSL, including Birmingham City's letter to their Board complaining about conditions. Arsenal defender Jen Beattie gives her reaction to manager Joe Montemurro's decision to leave the club at the end…
 
The Arsenal Beat returns after the international break as Simon, Sam and Mark ponder which Arsenal players could make an impact at this summer's European Championships. The panel also take a first look at the Arsenal Beat end of season awards - who will be Player of the Season? Can anyone stop Bukayo Saka winning Young Player of the Season? What ha…
 
Lynsey Hooper and Kait Borsay are joined by Sheffield United forward Courtney Sweetman-Kirk to discuss all the action from the WSL. Kirby and Kerr are on the same wavelength for Chelsea as they remain top of the table, but Manchester City are pushing The Blues all the way. Manchester United goalkeeper Mary Earps joins the pod to tell us what it was…
 
As Mikel Arteta celebrates his 39th birthday, the Arsenal Beat's fourth special takes a look back at the Spaniard's career to date - from his decorated playing days to coaching under Pep Guardiola and taking the reins at the Emirates Stadium. Mark Mann-Bryans is on hand to introduce journalists who have covered Arteta's career. PA Media's Ronnie Es…
 
Lynsey Hooper and Kait Borsay are joined by broadcaster Anne-Marie Batson to round up all the news from a week in the WSL. The FA's Kelly Simmons joins to pod to discuss the new broadcast deal for the League, plus we get an exclusive interview with one of the negotiators of that deal, David Kogan. In addition, we round up all the action on the fiel…
 
Kait Borsay is joined by Crystal Palace goalkeeper Chloe Morgan and the BBC's Women's Sport Reporter Jo Currie to look back at Sunday's Continental Cup Final and reflect on the news that the 2020/21 season has ended for teams in tiers 3-6 of the women's football pyramid. Plus Bristol City's Aimee Palmer joins the pod to talk through the cup final, …
 
Simon is back in the hosting hot seat and is joined by Sam from the Telegraph and an Arsenal Beat newcomer in the shape of the Daily Mail's Sami Mokbel.The panel discuss Martin Odegaard's improving performances and whether a deal can be struck in the summer to extend his stay.The trio then give their thoughts on the situation regarding Pierre-Emeri…
 
The Telegraph's Sam Dean and Mark Mann-Bryans from PA Media are joined behind enemy lines by Tottenham reporters Dan Kilpatrick from the Evening Standard and PA's Jonathan Veal ahead of the north London derby. The foursome take on the unenviable task of selecting a combined Arsenal/Tottenham XI - *WARNING* contains more Spurs players than is health…
 
Lynsey Hooper and Kait Borsay are joined by The Telegraph's women's football reporter Tom Garry to look back at a dramatic weekend in the WSL's relegation battle, as Bristol City move off the bottom of the table with victory over Reading. Tom also makes a bold claim about top of the table Chelsea, and, for International Women's Day, we speak to a t…
 
Mark is once again in the chair as he welcomes back Art de Roche from the Athletic and the Independent's chief football writer, Miguel Delaney.The trio discuss Arsenal's long-held penchant for shooting themselves in the foot and playing out from the back.Themis Kessaris of Sport 24 is our Arsenal Outsider ahead of the Europa League tie against Olym…
 
The title of episode 20 can only relate to one player - here, Mark is joined by Simon and Nick C to discuss Granit Xhaka's recent run in the side and his press conference last week where he called out supporters who had abused him and his family on social media. The panel also debate Mikel Arteta's selection headache and just about stumble into a p…
 
Lynsey Hooper and Kait Borsay are joined by presenter, broadcaster and former Spurs player Samantha Miller to dissect the weekend's WSL action, which saw Manchester City close the gap on League leaders Chelsea. Arsenal Defender and Harry Potter fan Anna Patten joins the pod to discuss the Gunners' first win of 2021, whilst Samantha explains Jill Sc…
 
Molly Hudson of the Times, the Guardian’s Suzy Wrack and Art de Roche from the Athletic discuss the latest from Arsenal Women. Joe Montemurro’s side won 4-0 at Aston Villa on Sunday but what does the result mean for manager Joe Montemurro in the hunt for Champions League football and what can Jordan Nobbs offer between now and the season's end?…
 
Mark hosts the latest instalment of the Arsenal Beat and is joined by Sam of the Telegraph and chief football writer at the Mirror, John Cross.The panel discuss the dramatic Europa League win over Benfica and whether a simple assist could kickstart Willian's Arsenal career.They also debate the draw for the round of 16, which has landed Arsenal with…
 
As Arsenal’s Academy products continue to shine, the third Arsenal Beat special takes an in-depth look at the talent coming off the production line and who might be next to break into the first-team. Charles Watts from Goal talks about Alex Iwobi and how the club can cash in on academy products if it just doesn't work out. The journey to first-team…
 
Lynsey Hooper, Kait Borsay and former defender Laura Bassett look back at England's first international in almost a year, a 6-0 win over Northern Ireland. Laura pays tribute to her ex-teammate Jill Scott, who won her 150th cap in the game, plus we hear from the Brighton Manager, Hope Powell, who gave Scott her England debut in 2006. RUNNING ORDER: …
 
In this episode we reminisce over the best midfield players in the 90's decade! From Valderama to Hagi to Rui Costa! Join us on our unique take at this decade! The Ball and Banter Podcast Series is sponsored by D'onore Club LDN @ https://www.donore.co.uk Host - MJ @ https://www.instagram.com/top_tekkers Logo Designs - https://www.koaladesigns.co.uk…
 
Simon returns to host the show alongside the Guardian's Nick Ames and our latest debutant - Paul Brown from Reach. The trio discuss the rise and rise of Bukayo Saka and how important he has become to the Arsenal set-up. They also debate where Mikel Arteta's priorities should lie for the remainder of the season and play our predictor game 'Beat the …
 
Join us as we interview former Liverpool Southampton, Sheffield Wednesday, MK Dons, Norwich City and Rotherham United player Jon Otsemobor! As we discuss the highs and lows of being a footballer and also the great players that he's played with in his career! If you prefer to watch the YouTube video of this interview you will have to wait until Thur…
 
Katie Whyatt of The Athletic and She Kicks Magazine's Jen O'Neill join Lynsey Hooper to dissect the latest round of WSL action, including Chelsea's 5 star performance against Bristol City and Caroline Weir's worldy in the Manchester Derby. Lynsey also chats to Reading's Angharad James direct from Wales' training camp and we look ahead to England v …
 
We welcome Sam of the Telegraph back into the driving seat and he is joined by senior football writer at ESPN, James Olley, and Mark Mann-Bryans of PA Media. The trio discuss the current striker situation at Arsenal following Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's hat-trick in the win over Leeds. The panel also take a look ahead to the return of the Europa Le…
 
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