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Arseblog Arsecast, The Arsenal Podcast

The original Arsenal podcast - coming to you twice a week (usually Mondays and Fridays) with news, interviews, analysis, special guests, jokes and occasionally some really terrible songs.

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Our Editor's Take

Arseblog Arsecast, The Arsenal Podcast is a Premier League soccer podcast. Arsenal is one of the most famous teams in England. Its fanbase is fiercely devoted to the team. Many of them have been rooting for the London team for several decades. This show is the official podcast of The Irish Independent has named the site "the most-consumed football fan content in world football." (Most of the world calls soccer "football.")

Andrew Mangan and James McNicholas host the podcast. Mangan is a blogger, voice actor, and writer from London. He started the site while living abroad in Barcelona in 2002. Over the next several years, it became one of the most visited soccer websites in the world. McNicholas is an actor, comedian, and writer. His one-person comedy show, The Boxer, played at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2019. He also has a recurring role in the third season of the popular Apple TV+ series Ted Lasso.

As one can tell from the show's name, this podcast does not take itself seriously. The show offers analysis and commentary about Arsenal soccer players and games. It does so in a humorous fashion. This stands to reason when one of the two hosts is a comedian. The duo will sometimes even sing funny parody songs about the team.

Podcast guests are often sportswriters or journalists. Many of them have been writing about the team for decades. Author Charles Watts and journalist Ken Early are two of the show's more notable names. The show also discusses the Arsenal women's soccer team.

Arseblog Arsecast, The Arsenal Podcast is a fun and fast-paced overview of this beloved team. New episodes air Mondays and Fridays throughout the year. Each episode averages around 90 minutes in length.

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