Arseblog 17+

An Unofficial Arsenal Blog

YAG Media Ltd

Designed for iPad

    • 4.9 • 9.1K Ratings
    • Free


The official app for the award winning Arseblog website. Read the daily blogs, opinion pieces, and columnists; get the latest news, match reports, stats, player ratings, transfer stories and more from Arseblog News; keep up to date with the team on match day with the live blog; and, of course, listen to the world famous Arsecast, the original Arsenal podcast.

What’s New

Version 7.3

- Fixes an issue with Arseblog News feeds not working correctly
- Minor tweaks to Liveblog

Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
9.1K Ratings

9.1K Ratings

Stuartino ,

Rude, profane and funny as hell

It must be difficult to find new things to say about your team who re-enact each season as if it were a Shakespearean classic tragedy. You could cut and paste last years blogs into this years, but blogs opens his strange world of dreams and dogs and more importantly Arsenal to us. He is respectful, no raging, sensationalist, hip shooting, rambling, long sentences with poor punctuation. His style is classy, well thought out story telling. And yet his insults and name calling are what I love the most. Things I’ve never heard of, that are so right. He feels the same pain we all do, and because he shares his pain(and occasional joy) we feel better. I read it everyday, including the summer when there’s no football happening and stories are thin on the ground. Long may you continue my friend. Hopefully the blog will outlive Wenger.

royroylegend ,

Entertaining and fair comment for Arsenal fans

I have listened to this Podcast for years. Andrew is a lifelong fan and it shows with his devotion to the club. His thoughts, and those of his guests, are fair and well balanced. They enjoy the highs and constructively criticise when necessary. There is at times, surreal moments, with questions posed by listeners,(would you prefer lobster claws for hands or ostrich legs? Not necessarily a quote but it gives you an idea) or particularly an interest in the lifestyle of Magpies. All in all it is a very interesting listen and gives a balanced incite into a football fans psyche. Plus occasionally former players are also interviewed, Ian Wright having been on more 5han once. Give it a listen, I think you’ll enjoy it.

Birchy72 ,

Perfect podcast/blog, nice app.

As a relative “old-timer” Arseblog was the first podcast I ever tried and I love it for a regular piece of Arsenal news, especially as I work overseas. It makes me feel like I’m back home in North London, there with Andrew, James and guests as they dish the insider knowledge, match reports, discussions and articles to the listener. This is more remarkable considering Andrew is a resident of Dublin if I recall, with James from Gunnerblog as his regular partner on the show there’s always a balanced Arsenal bias and some witty and amusing anecdotes about his German Shepard dogs or various football characters.

I especially liked the 500th episode special with the author of a book about Unai Emery and the fact Andrew seems to reflect generally very similar opinions to me regarding our beloved club and football matters in general.

Keep up the great works gents and thank you for your efforts and insight.

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