We Look at the transfers and rumors for January, look at Ole at United, and discuss Chelsea and Arsenal's seasons.
Ash & Al focus in depth on Cardiff v Newcastle with post-match comments from Neil Warnock and Chelsea v Arsenal as well as run through the rest of the EPL results this weekend.
In Episode 1, I am joined by Arsenal fan and Fresh Arsenal writer Oli Price Bates to look at Arsenal, and the other top six sides.
Following on from Mohamed Salah winning Premier League Player of the Year, we discuss whether he can break the Ronaldo/Messi cycle of the Ballon D'Or.
We discuss the VAR Controversy that dominated the first half of Tottenham's 6-1 win over Rochdale in their FA Cup fifth-round replay and whether Gary Neville describing Arsenal’s players as 'spineless' and 'soft-bellied' was harsh.
We discuss Transfer Deadline Day starting the love triangle of Arsenal signing Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang from Borussia Dortmund who signed Michy Batshuayi from Chelsea who signed Arsenal striker Olivier Giroud.
The lads discuss the Man City vs Arsenal making the League Cup Final & Manchester United have finally signed Alexis Sanchez from Arsenal in a swap deal with Henrikh Mkhitarya
The lads discuss Barcelona completing the club-record signing of Dembélé, Liverpool signing Oxlade-Chamberlain and Swansea City completing a loan deal for Bayern’s Sanches.
In Episode 17, The Lads are joined by Brentford Community Trust and Wealdstone defender Jerome Okimo
The lads discuss the events in Manchester, #CityUnited and how football has came together with donations made by the clubs plus Europa League, Allardyce and FA Cup Preview
Omer Riza discusses his journey through the Arsenal Academy, How the intensity of the training increased and the focused changed as he moved through the age groups and his promotion to the Gunners first team.
The lads discuss Gary Neville's claims that ‘Arsenal are a bigger club than Chelsea & Pep Guardiola's claim Chelsea counterpart Antonio Conte is arguably the best manager in the world.
After the News, The lads have a positive, yes a positive, discussion about England and then predict which managers will be gone by the end of the season?
The BBC started its television service in 1936, although it was nearly a year before the very first televised match of football was screened The first football game to be seen on television was....
We have started our young Premier League XI project. Each week, we will nominate four players in each position. This will then be open to a Twitter vote to determine the winner and a spot in our XI.
So I wanted to know if you had to create a first XI using players only from the current top 6 teams (Chelsea/Spurs/Man City/Arsenal/Liverpool/Man Utd) who would you pick.
Perry is former midfielder with Colchester, Arsenal & Southampton and launched a company called "Play With A Legend" which offers football fans the chance to play alongside their heroes.
Ben Smith discusses his book Journeyman, his career and the new chapter in his life with his book.
Gerard is a former director of coaching at Arsenal and he joined us to discuss his book "Lets talk Soccer: Using Game-Calls to Develop Communication and Decision-Making in Football"
Kenny Sansom discusses his career at Crystal Palace, Arsenal and England.
Former Arsenal Forward Omer Riza discusses his journey through the Arsenal Academy,
The Lads discuss Wenger's 20 years at Arsenal and Giggs' snub at Swansea, Infantino wanting to expand the World Cup to 48 teams and debate if non independent nations should play international football.
In Episode 7, The lads are joined by Former Arsenal Forward and Current Leyton Orient Academy coach Omer Riza who discusses his journey through the Arsenal Academy.
The lads discuss the uproar over Ronaldo having a higher rating than Messi on FIFA 17 and Paul Scholes' comments that there are only 3 World Class Players in Premier League
In any case, for both players the clubs seem to want loan deals, as both can be of value in the future. I think the best thing for both of them would be to go abroad.
The Champions League draw is analysed, with Manchester City overshadowing the other English representatives with Pep Guardiola returning to Barcelona. Leicester and Tottenham are in groups which are potentially winnable
Big questions are asked of the transfer goings on and the Pogba debate is one of the liveliest yet - is his transfer, and consequently Man Utd for making it, an example of everything wrong with football? Or is it simply the state of the modern game?
A recent Sky Sports poll had Dennis Bergkamp as the Premier League most influential player of all time. This poll was obviously rigged as we can agree this title should go to the legend that is Robbie Savage. By Chris Lappin
I recently had the pressure to talk to former Arsenal midfielder David Hillier about his time as a Gooner - By Chris Lappin