Episode 829: Crystal Meth And The AFL, Arsenal Son-In-Laws, Ben Cousin’s Story
After another miserable night for Wenger’s “invisibles” Ken fears Theo Walcott may be suffering from dissociative disorder. Yes they were out fought and out thought, but ‘that wasn’t Arsenal’, claimed their captain afterwards. Meanwhile Jamie Carragher re-defines what constitutes the ideal son-in-law and Big Sam outlines his Big Plan.
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Back in 2005, Ben Cousins was a superstar of Australian Rules football, achieving the ultimate individual honour of winning the Brownlow Medal for fairest and best player. Late last month, Cousins was sentenced to a year in jail for stalking and drug possession, completing an astonishing fall from grace. Rohan Connolly from The Age in Melbourne talks about the cause of Cousins’ downfall, the bigger issue of drug abuse in Australian Rules Football, and how his own family has been impacted by addiction. Watch just how incredible he was as a player below.
Ken explains why Arsenal Fan TV is the opposite of HBO’s Girls. Plus there’s Jose’s body swap, transplanting the ego, devaluing the armband, and Tony Adams’ magnificent suit.
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