Arsecast Extra 48: Coquelin, West Ham and a horde of eels


The latest Arsecast Extra is here to warm your wintry ears, in which we answer the biggest question of all: who is the real villain of The Lord of the Rings?

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If I don’t appear here before then, Happy New Year in advance!

Gunnerblog is the brainchild of childbrained football writer James McNicholas. Aside from Gunnerblog, James currently contributes to Bleacher Report, The Mirror and ESPN.


  1. 1NiltotheArsenal   •  

    Great podcast as usual. The Birds & the Bees – check that – The Eels and the Bees – was hilarious.
    OK, so here are a couple for the next podcast:

    1) If you were forced at the point of a gun to take either John Terry or Ryan Shawcross to shore up the Arsenal defense for the remaining half of the campaign (January-May 2015) who would you pick and why?

    2) If you could take back any ex-Arsenal player currently playing who would it be and why?

  2. R.S.P.C.Arsenal   •  

    Nice read…

    Have not visited for a few years ?

    Where all the post these days ?

    Welbeck injured for New Year’s Day great eh ?

    • GilbertoSilver   •     Author

      Hey mate. Still here, but if you check my twitter account I’m writing a lot elsewhere too…

  3. R.S.P.C.Arsenal   •  


    Amelia in his prime or Henry !

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