Welcome to another episode of the Arsecast – the Arsenal podcast.

There’s not a lot of Arsenal news this week, but here’s a podcast anyway. I’m joined by Tim Stillman to chat about the World Cup, Brazil’s chances of going the distance, his aversion to VAR versus the drama and entertainment it provides, as well as an update from the supporter’s club meeting which saw Unai Emery meet fans for the first time. What were his impressions of the new boss? And how Ivan Gazidis is taking ownership of this new project which distancing himself from what came before. There’s some of the usual waffle in there too.

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Fan of Arsenal, Robert Pires and most everything to do with rum and whiskey. Writer, podcaster, ace flintknapper, sluggish centre-half. Smiter of those that ought to be smote.



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