Craig Levein and Amy Irons are joined by former Arsenal vice chairman and co-owner David Dein as they discuss his time at the Gunners. David reveals how if he had his way a certain Scottish manager could've arrived in London instead of Manchester, he recalls the story of how a chance meeting with Arsene Wenger in 1989 put the wheels in motion to the Frenchman becoming boss and as one of the main drivers in the creation of the Premier League he divulges just how close the Old Firm came to joining the league.
Arsene Wenger is back in the spotlight with some more ideas for rule changes to the game. Some folks are quite upset about the possibility of kick ins and other tweaks. So let's go through the issues and how this is likely to play out. No panic.
IS ARSENE WENGER VS SIR ALEX FERGUSON THE GREATEST MANAGERIAL FEUD OF ALL TIME??? | FILTHY @ FIVE
Filthy @ Five
With Jurgen Klopp and Pep Guardiola in the midst of one of the greatest tactical battles in Premier League history, there's a lot of talk about whether or not the spice is right between the two. Considering whether there could be more pepper on the steak - Lippy, Poet, Skits, Miles, PK Humble and Tego debate the greatest managerial feuds in the history of the division.
S02 E21 | Arsene Wenger's World Cup Mayhem, Shit House and See No Medieval, Hear No Medieval, Speak No Medieval
Greetings Footballland guests, patrons and earholders! There's a growing excitement here at Footballland HQ. The park is slowly taking shape. We haven't yet built anything as such, but if 90% of the work is in the design, then Footballland is 28% complete! We are thrilled to announce THREE more rides for your pleasure. Arsene Wenger's World Cup Mayhem Le Prof is a big advocate for ruining things by overdoing them - just look at his relentless lobbying for a World Cup every two years. Nobody but Wenger wants this to happen, so we at Footballland are prepared to do the world a favour. We're going to pay the ex-Arsenal boss £6 million a year to wander around Footballland making guests at the park overdo their fun instead. Yes, with Arsene's Double It, you won't be able to stop enjoying yourself, even if it physically hurts! Shit House Not content with hiring Pepe to defecate on customers' car bonnets, Ryan wants yet another display of the dark arts inside the world's first football theme park. Shit House involves one lucky punter having their home transported brick by brick to Qatar to stage a special football version of the 90s kids' TV show Fun House, presented by Carlos Valderrama and the Da Silva twins. See No Medieval, Hear No Medieval, Speak No Medieval Mark has been on Wikipedia again. This time he's disappeared down the ancient ball games rabbit hole (ooh-er) and proposes a giant brawl with a sheep's bladder one day a year at Footballland. Whoever's holding the ball last, wins! Have you got a ride idea? Send us it and we'll discuss it on the show!Love, Anthony, Mark and Ryan Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/footballland. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Ep 122: Arsenal Fan Stories - Cian O'Hannigan on the Invincibles, Arsene Wenger and 'Trusting the Process'
Arsenal Fan TV as podcast favourite Cian O’Hannigan joins us to discuss supporting Arsenal down through the years, his favourite memories and why he’s 100% backing Mikel Arteta to bring the good times back. ————————————————————— Subscribe to our YouTube channel for free! Follow us on social media @tacklingsport and message us with any ideas for the show – links below. Instagram Twitter TikTok Facebook LinkedIn YouTube
Enraging Arsene Wenger, discovering the Delapidator, and magpie madness - Tony Pulis
All To Play For
Former Stoke City, West Brom and Middlesbrough manager Tony Pulis joins Joe and Tubes to talk learning from Harry Redknapp, how to make your team horrible to play against, and crazy pre-game superstitions. Want to hear more great podcasts from JOE?House of Rugby - The UK's #1 rugby showTKO with Carl Frampton - Bringing you unprecedented access and brutal honesty from inside the world of boxingSportspages - Dig into the stories behind some of the greatest sports books ever writtenBoys Don't Cry with Russell Kane - The show that gets men talking about the things men never talk aboutUnfiltered with James O'Brien - Our critically-acclaimed and award-nominated interview seriesJOE's Football Spin - for instant reaction to the latest in the Premier League and the world of footballMore football as it happens:Twitter @FootballJOEFacebook @SportsJOEInstagram @FootballJOE
Paul McCarthy looks back at Arsenal’s Highbury heydays and their incredible unbeaten season.Journalists David Ornstein (The Athletic) and Paul Hayward talk Thierry Henry’s temper, Arsene Wenger’s genius and Tony Adam’s trip to the ballet.A Goalhanger Films production for the Football Writers' AssociationProduced by Joey McCarthyExec Producer Gabby SaperTwitter: #PBC@PaulMcCarthy66@theofficialfwaSponsored by William Hill18+BeGambleAware.co.ukWilliamHill.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In this special edition of Handbrake Off, The Athletic's Amy Lawrence speaks with Arsene Wenger.They discuss a wide range of subjects, including dealing with stress as a manager, the reasons why some players cannot fulfil their potential, and the importance of VAR in protecting footballers.He discusses Jack Wilshere and Abou Diaby, explaining how the physicality of the Premier League cost them their careers at the top level.Amy asks him about some of his other former players who have now transitioned into management themselves.And Arsene wonders whether football will exist in heaven or hell.SPECIAL BLACK FRIDAY OFFER!To read the full interview with Arsene you can subscribe to The Athletic right now for our BEST EVER price.It's just £1 a month for 12 months and you can cancel at any time.Go to www.theathletic.com/arsenalpod to sign up. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Sydney FC and Perth Glory in Doha, Arsene Wenger Exclusive
Fox Football Podcast
Host Adam Peacock catches up with the two Australian teams already in Doha as the Asian Champions League finally resumes.Kosta Barbarouses from Sydney FC and Brandon Wilson from Perth Glory explain the unique journey to get over there, thoughts about perhaps being away for Christmas and their own national team situation - Kosta with NZ and Brandon back with the Olyroos, despite being tracked by... Botswana! Plus there's an exclusive extended clip from Arsene Wenger's upcoming appearance at the 2020 Australian Coaching Conference, which is to be held online on November 28.FULL RUNDOWN0.00 Intro, with Wenger clip2.45 Kosta Barbarouses chatTopics covered: travel to Doha, sleeping in a welders mask, staying in the A League, NZ national team situation, thoughts on an All Whites-Socceroos series, possibility of being away for Christmas, what Sydney FC is really like.16.00 Brandon Wilson chatTopics covered: Being back with Perth, his background, Botswana trying to get him, going to Leeds as a kid, learning from his Olyroos situation (Wilson has just served a 12 month suspension due to 'unprofessional conduct'), Glory with Richard Garcia, having Diego Castro back nutmegging everyone31.00 Arsene Wenger exclusiveIn this special early listen to Wenger's appearance the Australian Coaching Conference, he talks about the incredible drive Arsenal's Invincibles had, football at the top level becoming so fast and physical and is insatiable need to watch football every day!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.