On this episode, Sophie is joined by, Nick Ramsdale. From being the father of a Premier League footballer, to his takes on modern day football and passion for music and pop culture, Nick shares his honest thoughts. It’s a unique and engaging conversation. Get stuck in!
On this episode, Sophie had the pleasure of talking with Arsenal legend and invincible, Gilberto Silva during the Arsenal’s US summer tour. This conversation is everything you want to hear from a legacy player. Silva talks ethos, culture and going from good-to-great. He gives his thoughts on Mikel Arteta, his old mate, Edu Gaspar and the current players he enjoys watching. A must listen!
On this episode, we catch up with James Green from Sky Sports News. James has spent a fair bit of time interviewing, Mikel Arteta and his shared his insights with us last season. After his recent visit with the gaffer, has he changed much? Did Arteta open up more? Did James sense a relaxed or tense Mikel? Is he trying to reinvent Arsenal’s approach to playing the game? Let’s go behind-the-scenes and find out.
On this episode, Sophie and Kevin are joined by USMNT legend and Fox Sports broadcaster, Alexi Lalas. The squad discuss playing in a World Cup versus Brazil, the Women’s World Cup in Australia and expectations for the Arsenal in the Premier League next season. Tom Canton from the Gooner Talk TV also pops in for a bit of Spend, Stick, Sell!
On this episode, we welcome Sky Sports News presenter, Tom White to explore the experiences of being an Arsenal fan versus his club, Sunderland. Are we spoiled? Have some fans lost sight of what it means to follow a football club? Should we expect more? Do we deserve more? Are fans like Sunderland a dying breed or still the lifeline of the beautiful game? Let’s talk with, Tom! Have your voice heard in our football democracy.
What a surprise! What a moment! Arsenal’s number one, Aaron Ramsdale pops into the Monday Madness studio to say hello. And Sophie and Super Kev have a great chat with Aaron’s dad, Nick. What’s it like to be a football dad? Get stuck in. Have your voice heard in our football democracy.
On this episode we talk to, Peter Lewis about his incredible journey as an Arsenal fan that spans six decades. You will want to hear about his Highbury days, the cup finals, managers, players, winning, losing and we discuss Peter’s passion and talent for astro photography. This is an episode all Arsenal fans should listen to!
On this episode, we are joined by football icons, Super Kevin Campbell and Warren Barton. We dive into a little Arsenal v Chelsea post game talk. Don’t miss Barton’s take on this being the worst Chelsea team ever. And we also preview Newcastle v the Gunners, which gets the lads all competitive again as they discuss the Arsenal’s defense. Get stuck in!
On this episode, we talk to Charlton Athletic’s, Rachel Newborough about the Arsenal Women making history selling out the Emirates, losing to Wolfsburg in the Champions League and the growing concern for ACL injuries among female players. Have your voice heard. Get stuck in!
On this episode, we dissect the Arsenal, Manchester City and the rest of the Premier League with Talksport’s, Jason Cundy. We also discuss Chelsea Football Club’s rollercoaster season and their dramatic demise under Todd Boehly’s new ownership. Arsenal fans everywhere, rejoice! Get stuck in.
There have been some noteworthy articles written about the Arsenal this season. There have also been some highly questionable write-ups too. One of the most baffling narratives of late came from, Ian Doyle’s column in the Liverpool Echo. Are the Arsenal really lucky? Are they this good because everyone else is so bad? Hit play!
On this episode, we welcome back Liverpool legend, Stevie Nicol and Arsenal icon, Kevin Campbell to talk about the battle at Anfield. They’ve worn the badge. They’ve fought for glory. They’ve won it all. These ex-players take us beyond the white lines and into the dressing room for another compelling conversation. Get stuck in!
On this episode, Sophie is joined by Super Kevin Campbell and broadcaster Jordan Jarrett Bryan. What role do the owners play in the rise and rise of Arsenal Football Club? Do they deserve some credit? And when you look at what’s happening at Chelsea, Manchester United and Liverpool, we ask again, are the Kroenkes now one of the best owners in the Premier League?
On this episode, we talk to sports broadcaster, Shebahn Aherne about the Arsenal and the race for the Barclays WSL title, women’s Champions League and this summer’s World Cup. You won’t want to miss Shebahn’s insights on the beautiful game from the women’s side.
On this episode, the squad is joined by comedian, writer and all round legendary Arsenal fan, Ian Stone. If you love positive Arsenal conversations, you will dig this. You can hear Ian regularly with Amy Lawrence on the Athletic’s, Handbrake Off podcast! Get stuck in and have your voice heard in our football democracy!
On this episode, Sophie is joined by the Arsenal Opinion and Le Grove’s very own, Pedro. The final act of the season is here. What does success look like to you? What would it mean for the club if they won it all? And was the Europa League loss really a blessing?
Sophie is joined by Squaddies from all corners of the world to discuss how the Arsenal destroyed Everton in their pursuit of the Premier League title. Get stuck in. Have your voice heard in our football democracy.
Sophie appeared on Sky Sports News the day of the Arsenal v Manchester City game. It’s always interesting to go back and analyze the narrative pre-match. Here is what she had to say. She didn’t get too high or too low. The low just came at the final whistle.
On this episode, we welcome Talksport Breakfast Host & Broadcaster, Natalie Sawyer to share her experience being a Brentford fan this season. Also joining squad central is author and journalist, Matt Spiro to chat all things, Folarin Balogun and how he’s lighting up on loan in Ligue 1! Get stuck in. Have your voice heard in our football democracy.
Sophie appeared on Sky Sports News and got to talk about the glorious win in the North London Derby, Arsenal’s Premier League hopes, the match versus Manchester United and the fallout from the Mudryk transfer to Chelsea. You won’t want to miss her dig at Chelsea. Get stuck in. Have your voice heard in our football democracy.
The squad welcome Talksport Sports Bar host, Jason Cundy to preview Chelsea v Arsenal. Jason is the ultimate frenemy of the show. Super Kevin Campbell and Sophie Nicolaou always have open and direct conversations with him and on this episode, they challenge some of his recent comments about the Gunners. You might be surprised by his current take on the team. Have your voice heard in our football democracy. Get stuck in two-footed. No studs up!
On this episode, the squad is joined by the Podfather himself, Arseblog. We dig into the Leeds v Arsenal match, talk resilience versus luck, mental evolution, fan negativity and whether the Arsenal have a realistic chance to win the Premier League. Get stuck in!
Tom Canton from the Gooner Talk TV joins the squad to share his recent, Football London article where he completely destroys the building narrative that Gabriel isn’t good enough for the Arsenal. Much has been said about Gabriel in these last few weeks. There are even some Arsenal fans asking for his head. But what is the truth about the mistakes he’s made and how does he stack up against other Premier League defenders? Get stuck in!
New week. Blank canvas. Let’s paint pictures. Let’s tell stories. What a great guest to kick-off the week. Join the squad as they welcome one of the Arsenal community’s best sports writers, Kaya Kaynak from Football London. Kaya shares his insights from being around the team in training, to Mikel Arteta’s press conference and more!
On this episode, the squad is joined by Liverpool legend and ESPNFC’s, Stevie Nicol. After criticizing, Bukayo Saka last season, what does he think of him now? Has his script flipped? We also discuss the brilliance of, Gabriel Martinelli and how Stevie thinks he and Saka are the Arsenal’s most dangerous players. Get stuck in!
Super Kev and Soph return for the best ever North London Derby post game show. Wax lyrical. Capitalize on the bragging rights. Gloat and float. Savour the moment. Do it all! This moment belongs to the red side of North London.
Award-winning writer and broadcaster, Matt Spiro joins, Sophie and Kevin. Questions were asked about Saliba’s loan deals to Ligue 1. But is the club’s decision now justified? Is the young French international this good because of his loan experiences? And what about Balogun, Tavares and Pepe? How are they doing on loan in France thus far?
During his time as a Gunner, Paul Davis won two Division One titles, two League Cups, the FA Cup and the European Cup Winners Cup. He was at the nucleus of the club’s success and is without doubt, one of the prettiest ball players in the Arsenal’s history. In recent times, Paul was also a mentor to Mikel Arteta. You will not want to miss his insights on the current gaffer and what makes him tick.
The Lockdown Series helped connect people from around the world during a difficult time in our lives. As the world continues to transition & life becomes harder for young people and families everywhere, the Keep Calm & Carry On series is here to provide comfort and community to all. Joining the squad on this inaugural episode is, Tom Canton from The Gooner Talk TV.
On this episode, Sophie loves and lauds, Gabriel Jesus, Zinchenko and Saliba, shares her joy at Saka not having to be the hero and gives tons of sugar to the deliciously loud, Arsenal away fans. Have your voice heard in our football democracy. Be part of our kind community.
Join Sophie and Super Kev as they dissect and discuss another great win for the Arsenal. The Gunners overcame adversity vs the Foxes and managed to turn negative situations into positive moments. Has the club truly turned a corner? Will Gabriel Jesus be the signing of the summer? Be part of the conversation in our football democracy.
On this episode, Sophie & Super Kevin Campbell welcome one of Manchester United’s biggest influencers, Flex from United View TV. The Gunners and Red Devils story over the last few years might be a little closer than we think. Are Man United where Arsenal were two seasons ago? Have they found their Mikel Arteta in Erik Ten Hag? The squad dives into the present and past of two great clubs. Join the conversation. Have your voice heard.
What a start to the season for the Arsenal, an in particular, William Saliba! On this episode, Super Kevin Campbell and Sophie Nicolaou analyze the performance and dish out player ratings. Join the conversation. Have your voice heard in our football democracy.
On this episode, Super Kev and Sophie kick-off the new season with their annual prediction show. Joining them are some of your favourite podcasters and YouTube hosts. What do Lee Judges, Harry Symeou, Tom Canton and Dan Potts see in their crystal football? Be part of the conversation. Have your voice heard in our football democracy!
Giorgio Chiellini is very charismatic. When you are in his presence, you are engulfed by his infectious personality. He treats the media with so much care and respect, gives detailed answers and connects on a human level. Sophie had the pleasure of asking him a question at his recent press conference and his answers had her and the media room chuckling. Take a listen.
On this episode, Sophie is joined by Orlando Gooner, Aston Mack. Aston recently starred in the Little Islington new kit launch video. He had a major impact on the US tour and he shares his fan experience and conversation with owners, Stan and Josh Kroenke. Get stuck in. Be part of the conversation. Have your voice heard in our football democracy.
The series where we talk football with people we like, but who support teams we hate. This episode’s football frenemy is, Antony Costa from the hugely successful band, Blue. It’s Arsenal v Tottenham. What could possibly go wrong?
On this episode, Sophie and Super Kev welcome former Arsenal man, Calum Chambers & LA Galaxy goalkeeper, Jonathan Bond. The once England U21 teammates talk about inspiring young talent through their academy, mental health in the modern game & the power of new media. Calum also tackles a few Arsenal questions and we close the show with our summer series pop culture special!
Joining Super Kevin Campbell and Sophie Nicolaou on this episode is, Le Grove writer and the Arsenal Opinion podcast host, Pedro. The squad discusses life being an Arsenal fan, the success and/or failure of, Mikel Arteta and how they think the transfer window will unfold this summer. There’s also a little pop culture fun at the end. Get stuck in! Have your voice heard in our football democracy.
Jim Piddock is back to talk about his hilarious memoir, Caught with My Pants Down, And Other Tales From Hollywood. The book is endorsed by Drew Carey, Eric Idle, Seth Meyers, Russell Brand, Eddie Izzard, Hugh Bonneville & Jean Smart. Jim has been a lifelong Crystal Palace fan whose journey took him to Hollywood with only 100 bucks to his name & he’s never looked back. A one man show about a goalkeeper changed his life & led to him to Broadway alongside the legend, George C. Scott. From writing the blockbuster film, Tooth Fairy & working with The Rock & horror genius Jason Blum, to classics like Lethal Weapon 2, Independence Day, Best in Show, Austin Powers, The Prestige & Friends, Jim has seen & done it all! On this episode, we talk about football, life & Hollywood. You won’t want to miss this epic conversation.
On this episode, Super Kev & Soph look back at the Arsenal’s season. Who was best? Who was a mess? Who was underrated? Who was overrated? The squad hand out some accolades for the Gunners & Premier League overall. Be part of the conversation. Have your voice heard in our football democracy. Be part of our kind community.
Super Kevin Campbell and Sophie Nicolaou are joined by award-winning broadcaster, Adam Catterall. Adam founded the popular podcast, Fight Disciples and his engaging content can be seen and heard on Talksport & BT Sport. He is a lifelong Blackburn Rovers fan and on this episode, the squad talks football ownership, money and who is the greater striker, Thierry Henry or Alan Shearer. Be part of the conversation. Have your voice heard.
Derek Rae is the voice of FIFA 22 and a legendary commentator of the beautiful game. He joins Super Kevin Campbell and Sophie Nicolaou to talk about some of the biggest matches he’s covered. You will not want to miss his epic stories.
Super Kevin Campbell flies solo & shares his thoughts on Mikel Arteta’s journey so far, his impact at the Gunners & how the narrative has evolved this season.
Joining Sophie & Super Kev for another epic football conversation is the face of the Premier League in the United States, Rebecca Lowe. You won’t want to miss Rebecca’s thoughts on VAR, referees, Mikel Arteta and Arsenal legend Patrick Vieira, current manager of her beloved Crystal Palace!
Sophie & Super Kevin Campbell welcome, Clive and Elliot from the award-winning ArsenalVision Podcast. You will not want to miss this very special episode! Be part of the conversation. Have your voice heard in our football democracy. Join our kind community.
Sophie & Super Kevin Campbell welcome premiere TV commentator and voiceover for Bundesliga’s global English channel, Kevin Hatchard. As the radio voice for UEFA.com and European expert on Talksport, Kevin also writes and presents for Betfair Exchange. On this episode, the squad picks Kevin’s brains about who the Arsenal should be targeting in Europe. You won’t want to miss this football conversation. Be part of our kind community. Have your voice heard in our football democracy.