The first issue of The Gooner appeared on the streets in 1987. The Online Gooner was born in 1999 and The Gooner podcast arrived on the scene for the first time in mid-2007. We've now well over 150 recordings for you to enjoy here.
What’s behind the improvement in away results this season? The atmosphere at the Spurs game. Is there a place for Mesut Ozil in Unai Emery’s team? Who will we see line up against Qarabag? What’s needed in the January transfer window? Which players have improved most under Emery? Should Arsenal field a first choice eleven for the League Cup match with Spurs? The Laughing Gas scandal. Steve Ashford, Mustafa Goldstein and Mark Leech are asked the questions by host Kevin Whitcher, in the 169th edition of Arsenal’s The Gooner fanzine podcast.
(First up apologies for the background noise which is due to an issue with our recording equipment.) What did the “We’ve got our Arsenal back” chant at Fulham symbolise? Arsenal’s fitness levels after the trip to Azerbaijan. Similarities with George Graham’s first season as Arsenal manager. Have Arsenal been fortunate with their fixture list? Would the panel have Alexis Sanchez back? What about a swap deal taking Aaron Ramsey to Old Trafford for Antony Martial? When Arsenal played Unai Emery’s PSG. What is the difference between Wengerball and Emeryball? Reaction to Adidas being the club’s kit manufacturer from next season? CEO Ivan Gazidis’ imminent departure. Mike Francis, David Oudot and Steve Ashford are asked the questions by host Kevin Whitcher, in the 168th edition of Arsenal’s The Gooner fanzine podcast.
Are Arsenal under Unai Emery actually any different? Would the head coach do better playing three at the back? Why is Bernd Leno not being played? How does Grant Xhaka retain his place? What's going to happen with Aaron Ramsey? The Mesut Ozil dilemma. Singing at the stadium. The implications of Stan Kroneke taking 100% control of Arsenal. Phil Wall, David Oudot and Mustafs Goldstein are asked the questions by host Kevin Whitcher, in the 167th edition of Arsenal's The Gooner fanzine podcast.