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Episode 675 - Tomi's Dimensions

In this episode, I'm joined by Art de Roche of The Athletic to discuss the ups and downs of Arsenal as we head towards the end of the season. We chat about Nuno Tavares, the return of Takehiro Tomiyasu and what he'll bring to the team in the coming weeks, transfer links with Gabriel Jesus and what else we might need to add to the forward line this summer, and lots more.


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