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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.
 
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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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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 …
 
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…
 
Mark is leading the debate and is joined by Nick Callow and the returning Monty Panesar - fresh from covering England's fine win in India.The panel discuss whether Arsenal's season so far has them overachieving or underperforming.Jeremy Docteur of France Football joins the trio to offer an update on how William Saliba is progressing at Nice and the…
 
Sam returns and is joined by Arsenal Beat favourites Charles and Art to look back at the weekend draw with Manchester United and the performance of David Luiz.The trio also give their verdict on Arsenal's January transfer window activity and we get the lowdown on new recruits Omar Rekik, Mat Ryan and Martin Odegaard courtesy of Lewis Ambrose, a Ger…
 
Ahead of the visit of Manchester United a number of Arsenal journalists select their best memories from a fixture which used to dominate the English football calendar. The Athletic's Amy Lawrence recalls Marc Overmars scoring the winner at Old Trafford on the way to the title in 1998. We return to Manchester four years later as the Mirror's chief f…
 
Our second Arsenal Beat special sees reporters and experts from across the football world discuss Mesut Ozil’s rise and fall at Arsenal and the reasons behind a relationship turned sour. We go right back to when he joined Arsenal, his dispute with the Germany national team, the history behind his £350,000 contract, the issues created by his social …
 
Simon returns once again - as does Nick Ames - along with an Arsenal Beat special guest, Dharmesh Sheth of Sky Sports News. The trio look back at the Crystal Palace win before discussing the ins and outs of a Premier League press conference; how they plan questions, react to answers and decide what content to use afterwards. They also play Beat the…
 
Sam and Mark return and are joined for the first time by the Independent’s chief football writer Miguel Delaney. The trio look back at the FA Cup third round win over Newcastle and predict the score of the Crystal Palace fixture in Beat the Beat. Meanwhile, all of our panel pick one fantasy January signing for Arsenal and compare their choices with…
 
In a bumper return from a Christmas break, England spin bowler-turned-journalist Monty Panesar joins Simon and Sam to discuss the Chelsea and Brighton games and predict more than just the score of the West Brom fixture in ‘Beat the Beat’. Meanwhile, Mark hosts a January transfer window Q&A as he puts listener questions to The Mirror’s chief footbal…
 
Episode four of the Arsenal Beat sees both Sam and Charles return and this time they are joined by the Guardian’s Nick Ames to discuss whether Arsenal have a discipline problem, whether Ancelotti would have been a good fit at the Emirates Stadium and offer an insight into interview time with Edu earlier this week in which he addressed Mikel Arteta’…
 
Mark is here for his hat-trick and he is joined today by Simon Collings of the Evening Standard and the Athletic’s Art De Roche. They discuss Granit Xhaka’s red card in the Burnley defeat, the return of Gabriel Martinelli and their favourite away match as an Arsenal reporter. PA Media’s chief football writer - and Southampton fan - Simon Peach also…
 
Mark and Sam return for a preview of Sunday’s Premier League visit of Burnley. They are also joined by Charles Watts, Arsenal reporter for Goal, to discuss whether playing in front of a crowd will be a positive or negative experience in the current climate, how to start scoring more goals and Sam’s Daily Telegraph article on the reliance on a misfi…
 
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