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Tuesdays during the season

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Tim Capper reviews all AFL happenings, and brings you up to date on any breaking news. Take ArenaFan.com's longest running original programming with you wherever you go.

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Tim Capper has been the host of AFL Tonight since 2001. Since then he has expanded ArenaFan Radio into a multi-show network with the addition of ArenaZone in 2003. Tim has been part of the ArenaFan staff since 2000. He currently resides in Montreal, Canada with his wife Karen.


Wednesdays, 9:00 PM Eastern

Final Show of the season
Fran Stuchbury will recap ArenaBowl XXII, Commissioner David Baker's resignation and talk about the everything that happened at ArenaBowl XXII. This will be the final show of the season

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Fran Stuchbury has been the host of ArenaZone since 2003. During his college years he hosted the original ArenaZone radio show where he interviewed AFL luminaries such as league founder Jim Foster, SuperBowl XXXIV MVP and former Iowa Barnstormer Kurt Warner and Commissioner David Baker. Fran lives in Southampton, Pennsylvania and works for SportsNetwork.


Thursdays, 8:00 PM Eastern

Week Twelve Edition
Listen to this week's show to hear Kyle and Malepig talk about the week eleven af2 games, make their picks for week twelve. Also, the revealing of the fan poll and much more!

Kyle Hey has been the co-host of the Weekly af2 Football Show since it's inception in 2007 and during this time has interviewed various af2 personnel and coaches. Formerly a season ticket holder for the Oklahoma Wranglers (AFL), Kyle has been a season ticket holder for the Yard Dawgz (af2) since their entry into the af2. Kyle lives in Oklahoma City and runs the independent internet radio station, KBMA Sports and Entertainment Radio.

Malepig, you either love him or hate him. An indoor and arena football writer for the Fort Myers News-Press, he has been interviewed by various television networks and newspapers. He was specially included in a Telemundo special that showcased arena football that was broadcast to almost 500 million people in Central and South America.