The Gaffers are back to their best (we hope) in the middle of a double gameweek that will make or break your season! They share captain choices, tales of woe and a some weird stepfather related dark secrets. There's a bumper packed section of listener questions and they discuss if it's time to drop the dead weight who have nothing to play for. Not long to go but The Gaffers will be here until the bitter end!
The Gaffers are back together in the wake of Arsenal's convincing loss to Crystal Palace and it may or may not feature heavily as they dissect the week's results. By dissect of course, we mean talk about it then get distracted by something metaphorically shiny. There's an amazing amount of voice clips, tweets and facebook questions. Some interesting, some frankly weird. It's what we've come to expect from the football podcast judged the UK's best by industry professionals. We might've mentioned it.
The Gaffers are here, in the middle of a game-week, to talk about the game-week before it, and the game-week after it, but not the game-week they're currently in...because they're not Jeff Stelling. There's the usual features, reviews and tips, plus we talk to TV comedian Dane Baptiste, who is on a train during the interview...hence the name of the podcast.
Ding Dong the Internationals are dead, which means the gaffers are back to Premier League business for back to back gameweeks 30 and 31. Injuries are the talking point of the day with Lallana and Coleman on the sidelines for the forseeable. Well, injuries and 80s cartoons if we are completely honest but you can't have one without the other. Listener questions are answered and this week's quiz features riddles so ridiculous even Batman couldn't solve them in time to save Gotham.
The Gaffers are together recording from Pimp Shuei for the first time ever! Cocktails on tap doesn't stop them discussing the shortest game week ever and the panic caused by Harry Kane's injury. They make their predictions for gameweek 29 and answer your questions on things they hate about football and who could step up for Spurs in the coming weeks. As always, they end with a quiz, a lot of confusion and some chat about pirates.
The Gaffers come to you in the midst of the Double Gameweek madness. We talk about the big scorers, how there's still hope if you didn't use your Triple Captain chip and guide you through the upcoming Jermain Defoe sized mini-gameweek.
Tom fulfils his lifelong ambition of appearing on Arsenal Fan TV and Ash tells an actual joke for the first (and probably last) time in 3 years of podcasting.
Ranieri is gone but life goes on and The Gaffers pay homage to Claudio with talk of double game weeks, blanks and how to enjoy football as a VIP. There’s all your regular features as well as some tips from The Odds Bible. Tom rounds things off with some offensive impressions, a quiz and some beatboxing. Yes. Beatboxing. Really.
All 3 Gaffers are present and correct and although it takes them less than two minutes to talk about 90s gaming, they do cover gameweek 25 including the rise and fall of Jesus, Ugly Pelle and the death of Phil Jagielka. The Facebook jingle competition draws to a close with a frankly astoundingly high level of entry and even higher level of questions. Ash talks up Snodgrass, Craig fancies Mane and Tom covers Danger W*nking. Standard.
With Craig away (for a change), the two most reliable and sexy of the Gaffers are here to talk Gameweek 24 and laugh at you if you didn't have Lukaku. We answer your social media questions, preview the upcoming Gameweek, ponder what to do with Alexis Sanchez, and there's some poetry. No, seriously.
The Gaffers are here with your weekly dose of FPL, while Tom is off sick with a dose of flu. Ash & Craig use it as a chance to actually talk about football. Well, football and Playstations and Full English Breakfasts. Is the Alan Banana gravy train over? Is Diego Costa back on the market? Will Tom approve of how we treated his precious broadcasting features? Listen and find out.