Episode 2.13 – Déjà vu Arsenal – Watford Review

On a podcast which should’ve been down and depressing we are uplifting and positive… We’re joined by our favourite human, Danny the GFP  from A Bergkamp Wonderland. We discuss Watford, Troy Deeneys accurate assessment of Arsenal the Kronekes, Mr. Arsene and how The Ox will vindicate his Arsenal career next weekend. Listen and enjoy!

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Episode 2.12 – Bag of GiTs – Interlull Chat

Its another Interlull Podcast and this time the Gits are joined by two of their longtime Arsenal mates from home.  We discuss pitch invasions, Mustafi’s injury, Iwobi’s comments, the Ballion D’Whatever (according to Andy) and the Puskas award (how did the Ox make the shortlist?). A game Andy hates makes a lame return, and we […]

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Episode 2.11 – Meme Myself and I – BATE & Brighton Review

What do you get when you take a couple of Gits, a Cajun, and the Meme-inator and put ‘em all in a podcast tub?  You get #GitUSA episode 2.11.  Join the Gits and their guests @Nola_Fredo & @SebbyV21 as we walk through the #Arsenal wins (spoiler alert) v. Bate Boris Karloff and Brighton.  As you […]

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Episode 2.10: Yankin’ It – Doncaster & WBA Review

On this weeks episode we’re joined by Elliot @YankeeGunner to discuss our 1-0 win over Doncaster & 2-0 win over West Brom. including how great Lacazette, Monreal and Elneny looked against West Brom. Sit back, listen and enjoy. Mike’s views and sexual comments are his own. #wedontpaytherapybills    

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Episode 2.09 – SheWore… A Yellow Condom – FC Koln & Chelsea Review

We welcome first-time guest Gav (@SheWore) to the pod, a FIFTH (!!) generation Gooner.  We talk rather seriously about the Cologne and Chelsea matches, and then not-so-seriously about Andy’s son’s crotch, invading people greatly, and multiple orgasms.  In other words, it’s another standard episode of Gooners in the USA! Add in some #UserQuestions and it’s […]

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Episode 2.08 – Two Gits and a Pratt – Bournemouth Review

On today’s episode we review the 3-0 win over Bournemouth and ultimately why Arsenal are now on track to win the Premier League (funny face emoji). We’re joined by the one and only Harry Pratt: writer for The Daily Star & Sunday Express to get a journalist’s perspective on Arsenal, his longtime muse Arsene Wenger […]

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