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At this point, it's quite clear that Alexis Sanchez is off from Arsenal in the summer, so it seems only prudent that we should look forward to what sort of cash we can get for him. Skip straight to the...
In this latest edition of the Daily Cannon Arsenal podcast, Matthew is joined by Paul to pick the bones off the carcass that is International Football.
A round-up of all the Arsenal-related Daily Cannon audio features delivered this week.
Chile might be prone to earthquakes, but the country has been ROCKED this morning by the news that star striker Alexis Sanchez has demanded a move to rivals Brazil following a dismal showing against Argentina.
So another week has come and gone and less and less makes any sense aboard the good ship Arsenal. On the pitch Arsenal put in the kind of brainless limp performance under pressure that has been the team's recent theme....
The world of Arsenal FanTV is here to stay, and that must be accepted. Perhaps we should even rejoice at the creation of a place where the previously voiceless can become, however briefly, the vox populi of the vast nation...
For Arsenal, change is all anyone talks about at the moment. The question is, what do we want to achieve? And moreover, what should that change look like?
Arsenal’s Kristopher Da Graca seems to have signed a deal with Genoa and looks to have already played (and scored) for them.
In this latest edition of the Daily Cannon Arsenal podcast, Matthew is joined by Anita and Sylvain to discuss planes, protests, Arsene Wenger, French kings, and how not to defend a set piece.
‘Control’ in a footballing context is an almost subjective word that means different things to different people. Someone who didn’t watch Saturday’s match at The Hawthorns would look at Arsenal’s 77% possession and believe that the visitors were in complete...
People are, correctly, using the evidence of their own eyes and returning a judgement that finds Arsène Wenger incapable of delivering us the Arsenal we all want to see. The blame for that lies with the manager. His players, his...
Arsenal’s Emma Mitchell has picked up a cruciate ligament injury and will be sidelined for around four months.
Arsene Wenger met with the press after his side's latest defeat and set the interweb alight by admitting he had finally made a decision on his future.
Wenger may be the hot topic, but short of a continued calm assertion of the need for change, making every fixture about him damages the team, brings down the fan base, and in all honesty does none of us any good.
Neil Swarbrick has refereed just one Arsenal game this season – the reverse of this fixture on Boxing Day at the Emirates, find out more here
Today is St. Patrick's Day, and as such is a date associated with all things Irish so we take a look at the greatest Irish players ever to don the red and white of Arsenal.
Something changed after Arsenal's defeat against Everton at the end of 2016. So what happened? Douglas Fargalia has a theory...
A recent article on Squawka highlighted eight statistics which suggested Alexis is currently part of Arsenal's problem, but how do they stand up under scrutiny?
In this latest edition of the Daily Cannon Arsenal podcast, Matthew is joined by Helen to discuss Bayern, Lincoln, protests and everything in-between. Including Chris Sutton. And Christian Bale.
Ian Wright said he's 'praying' for Arsenal to win the FA Cup and finish in the top four, however he does not believe that will change anything at the club.
Arsenal welcome Lincoln City to the Emirates this weekend and it's a side few Arsenal fans know anything about.
In this latest edition of the Daily Cannon Arsenal podcast, Stephen, Helen and Paul go over the Anfield defeat and ask whether the Bayern game is worth the hassle. Also on this Arsenal podcast they try to work out just what...
Sam Mokbel is back in the Daily Mail with yet another EXCLUSIVE, this time claiming that Arsenal will tell Alexis that he can’t join another Premier League club this summer.
Since Bayern thrashed Arsenal 5-1 at the Allianz back on 15 February, the German giants have only continued to dominate the Bundesliga.
Arsene Wenger admitted that benching Alexis Sanchez against Liverpool misfired when he was quizzed about it immediately after the game.
Charlton Athletic’s Karl Robinson has backed Stephy Mavididi to succeed at Arsenal despite suffering an injury that cut short his season.
A lot has happened since Arsenal and Liverpool met on the first day of the season.
Calum Chambers will not play for Middlesbrough this weekend against Stoke as he continues to recover from a foot injury.
In this latest edition of the Daily Cannon Arsenal podcast, Matthew, Helen, Mosope, and Paul speculate about life after Wenger, whether Le Boss will even leave, and what needs to change beyond the manager.
The Premier League have finally released the details of the games they are moving for TV and five Arsenal games have been selected by Sky Sports and BT Sport.
Liverpool look likely to be without their captain, Jordan Henderson, when Arsenal arrive at Anfield this weekend.
UEFA are expected to renew their Champions League deal with BT Sport for another three seasons as tomorrow’s deadline approaches.
Arsenal could be boosted by the return of Aaron Ramsey for their game at Anfield this weekend.
Former Arsenal youngster (and ball boy) Nico Yennaris, scored a lovely, deft finish for Brentford at the weekend as they beat Rotherham 4-2.
Kelechi Nwakali has taken some time off from football to return home to see his family in Nigeria.
Olivier Giroud's scorpion kick goal might not have won Goal of the Month for January because they'd already given the award to a scorpion kick (offside) goal the previous month, but that doesn't mean it wasn't the best goal of the month.
Wolfsburg have confirmed that they have signed Arsenal’s head of youth development, Andries Jonker, as their new manager.
Theo Walcott is the third most loyal Player in the Premier League having been at Arsenal for 11 years.
A number of Arsenal players have been in action this weekend and we've covered them all.
Matt Macey started as Luton Town drew 1-1 at home against Plymouth Argyle.
Mohamed Elneny scared everyone this week by posting a picture of himself in a protective boot and now he's showing everybody how it's not stopping him from working out.
Calum Chambers was not included in the Middlesbrough squad that lost 1-0 at Palace on Saturday as he is out with a foot problem.
Sutton United were forced to play an outfield player in goal on Saturday as Wayne Shaw’s resignation left them with no sub keeper on the bench.
Wembley are to axe 5,000 hospitality places at a cost of approximately £15m per year after an ‘alarming fall in demand’ blamed on the national team and ‘fall in status of the FA Cup’.
Stephy Mavididi was stretchered off late in the game with what seems to be a serious hamstring injury.
Arsenal scouts have been sending back positive reports about Malaga’s Pablo Fornals, a 21-year-old midfielder who has been impressing this season.
Kelly Smith is simply the best English women's player of all time and surely in the all time top 5 of women's football players across the history of the global game.
Arsenal have reportedly approached the ‘entourage’ of Monaco’s Tiemoué Bakayoko to tell the player they want him at the Emirates.
Arsenal’s work in Eastern Uganda recently featured on Africa Live, a news programme in the country.
Who do you think was Arsenal's Player of the Month for February?
The Nigerian Football Federation have started the process to ensure that Lateef Omidiji Jnr plays for the Super Eagles and not the United States.
Arsenal’s u18s followed up the win from the u23s on Friday with one of their own against Swansea.
Arsenal are reportedly interested in signing PSG’s 24-year-old left back, Layvin Kurzawa.
Mohamed Elneny is in a protective boot after picking up an injury against Sutton in the FA Cup.
Krstian Bielik is absolutely loving his life at Birmingham City on loan, saying he’d ‘love to stay longer’ in the Championship.
Arsenal’s chairman, Sir Chips Keswick, has said that Arsenal will ‘continue to invest rationally in our squad retention,’ with some in the media claiming this is a message to Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil.
Santi Cazorla has undergone yet another operation in a bid to rectify his Achilles problem that has killed his season.
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain said that the players and fans all want the same thing – to win.
On Thursday the first ‘leaked kit’ of the season made an appearance and reactions were mixed. Showing a polo-style home shirt and an away kit that looks like it came straight out of the Barcelona bin of kit rejects, the...
Laurent Koscielny has been speaking to Arsenal player about what it takes to be a footballer.
On Thursday afternoon reports started to appear claiming that Mohamed Elneny would miss the next three weeks for Arsenal with an ankle injury.
Danny Welbeck has revealed that club captain, Per Mertesacker, helped him through a ‘dark place’ when he was out with his most recent knee injury.
Arsenal will show the u23s' game against Chelsea on Friday, live on Arsenal.com
Samir Nasri has come out in defence of Arsene Wenger saying that it is the players who should be blamed, not the manager.
Sutton United have warned players and staff that they face the same fate as Wayne Shaw if it turns out any of them bet on him munching a pie on TV.
Arsenal will face Lincoln City in their FA Cup quarter final on Saturday, 11 March, with a 5.30pm kick-off.
In this latest edition of the Daily Cannon Arsenal podcast, Matthew, Anita and Sylvain postmortem the Munich massacre, attempt to be excited by beating Sutton, and give Lucas some love.
Nine years after leaving Arsenal to join England, Gary Lewin has returned to the club.
Arsenal scouts were turned away from Lincoln’s 1-0 win at North Ferriby because there were already too many people in the ground.
After Monday drama with made-up quotes about Lucas Perez’s future, the player himself has spoken out to clarify a few things.
Arsenal’s 2-0 win over Sutton United didn’t exactly leave Gooners jumping for joy at the final whistle.
Lucas Perez’s agent, Rodrigo Fernandez Lovelle, has had a busy day.
Lucas Perez’s agent has confirmed that the player is desperate to leave Arsenal according to reports from Italy.
It’s FA Cup time and Arsenal are the last up, heading to Sutton United to play at the non league side’s Gander Green Lane.
Arsenal/Sutton have been drawn against Lincoln in the quarter final of this year’s competition.
Nigerian football analyst, Isah Muazu, has questions Asisat Oshoala’s decision to move to China so early in her career while the NFF have said if they’d known, they would have offered advice.
Marc Bola played the full 90 minutes as Notts Country won 3-2 at Leyton Orient, grabbing a brilliant assist for their winning goal.
Stephy Mavididi was a second half substitute for Charlton on Saturday as they drew 3-3 at Rochdale and promptly made a name for himself.
Two Arsenal players were included in the match day squads for their Championship sides on Saturday but there were precious few minutes for the pair.
Danny Welbeck will start for the u23 side today when they play Leicester City on Sunday.
Arsene Wenger’s brother, Guy, has been speaking to the Mirror about the manager’s future, begging the immediate question – why the hell are the Mirror speaking to Wenger’s family members?
Arsene Wenger has revealed that he would prefer to remain at Arsenal when his contract expires at the end of the season but he knows that may not be possible.
Bayern Munich. Don't we already know all this?
In this latest edition of the Daily Cannon Arsenal podcast, Matthew, Helen and Sylvain discuss a return to winning ways, the media's wilful ignorance of the rules when creating controversy, and keeping faith with the German Genius.
In this latest edition of the Daily Cannon Arsenal podcast, Stephen is joined by Helen and Sylvain to go over the Chelsea game with a fine comb.
Arsenal, you might have heard, travel to Stamford Bridge this weekend.
This graphic is a look at what has happened for Arsenal and Watford since they played each other last
It looks like Kelly Smith is set to take over the Development Team manager's job, although the club has yet to make an announcement.
In this latest edition of the Daily Cannon Arsenal podcast, Matthew and Anita review the Burnley game and ponder Xhaka's penchant for a two-footed lunge.
The state of refereeing in England currently is absolutely abysmal. What can be done about it?
Ahead of Arsenal’s game against Burnley this weekend, we take a look at what has happened since both sides played each other back in October.
In this latest edition of the Daily Cannon Arsenal podcast, Matthew is joined by Anita to discuss the win at Swansea and the burgeoning Xhaka-Ramsey partnership. Also on this Arsenal podcast, they have a trawl through the latest transfer news...
Arsenal face Swansea this weekend, so what has happened since the side's last met in October?
Could the current Arsenal player exodus from the club carry on as the squad gets smaller and smaller in numbers?
In this latest edition of the Daily Cannon Arsenal podcast, Matthew is joined by Anita to discuss the performances at Bournemouth and Hull, and try to figure out if Xhaka and Ramsey will ever work well together. Also on this...
In this latest edition of the Daily Cannon Arsenal podcast, Matthew is joined by Helen and Sylvain to discuss the wins over West Brom and Palace, as well as squad depth happiness. Also on this Arsenal podcast, they discuss the...
In this latest edition of the Daily Cannon Arsenal podcast, Matthew is on his own. He talks about winning against WBA, Wenger contract rumours and whether we need transfers in January. Enjoy this Arsenal podcast in the player below, download,...
I just wanted to take this time to say Happy Holidays! to all our readers and also say a massive thank you! for your support throughout the year.
In this latest edition of the Daily Cannon Arsenal podcast, Matthew is joined by Paul and Helen to dissect a dispiriting week, discuss Ozil and Xhaka's contributions, and despair at Arsene's in-game jazz tactics ennui. They also settle the .gif...
In this latest edition of the Daily Cannon Arsenal podcast, Stephen is joined by Anita and Sylvain to discuss Basel, Stoke City, and Bayern (again). They also look forward to Everton and Manchester City away. Enjoy this Arsenal podcast in the...
In this latest edition of the Daily Cannon Arsenal podcast, Matthew and Paul discuss the weekend's goal-fest and the rise of The Ox.
Arsenal met Southampton at the Emirates on November 30 in a game that could have sent the Londoners into the semi-finals of the EFL Cup to face Liverpool.
In this latest edition of the Daily Cannon Arsenal podcast, Matthew is joined by Helen to discuss the games against PSG and Bournemouth. They also try to figure out what Arsenal's best midfield looks like at the moment.
Ahead of Arsenal's game against Bournemouth this weekend, we spoke with Cherry Chimes blogger, Peter Bell, to get the lowdown on how Jack Wilshere has really been doing.
Daily Cannon can EXCLUSIVELY reveal Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino feels that progression in Europe’s top competition only serves as a distraction from their season’s number one target: finishing below Arsenal.
In addition to our weekly pod, we have a Champions League special too.
In this latest edition of the Daily Cannon Arsenal podcast, Matthew is joined by Anita and Sylvain to discuss the draw at Old Trafford, the upcoming CL group decider with PSG, and Olivier Giroud's magnificent whiskers.
No team has toyed with the Premier League title without success as many times as Arsene Wenger and his precious Gunners have in recent memory; is 2016/17 finally going to be a title winning campaign or is the Gooner nation set for another tease ride?
Alexis Sanchez has confirmed that Arsene Wenger was the man to decided that he should play as the main striker at Arsenal.
Marouane Fellaini believes that Arsenal's visist to Old Trafford this weekend has some added spice because of the rivalry between Arsene Wenger and Jose Mourinho.
Matthew is joined by Mosope to go over the North London derby and figure out who to play at Old Trafford. They also have a look at how our youth and reserve teams have been faring so far this season...
When it was announced that Alexis Sanchez had sustained a low-grade muscle tear in training with national team Chile, Arsenal fans everywhere simultaneously held their breath.
Matthew and Helen discuss the North London Derby. They also discuss where the result leaves them in regards to their title-chasing rivals in episode 68 of the Daily Cannon Arsenal podcast. Enjoy in the player below, download, subscribe in iTunes (or...
Football players have a lot of autonomy in Europe. so why did Jack Wilshere opt to go to bournemouth instead of AC Milan?
This week, our resident designer turned her attention to Tottenham and compiled all the relevant stats ahead of the game in one handy graphic for your viewing pleasure.
Shocking photos emerged this week of the Tottenham striker, Harry Kane, achieving something far more impressive than his two goals in six games this season - he's finally able to close his mouth.
Stephen is joined by Paul to discuss the wins over Reading and Sunderland, and look forward to games against Ludogorets and Spurs. They also wonder whether we've seen the last of Jack Wilshere in an Arsenal shirt in episode 67...
Reports have emerged that Graham Scott was injured after Arsenal's 2-0 victory over Reading, following a refereeing spat with Jon Moss over what is and isn't a red card.
Matthew is joined on our Arsenal podcast this week by Helen and Anita to discuss Xhaka's ban, the Ludogorets goal-fest, the opposite vs Middlesbrough and look forward to the League Cup
Matthew and Sylvain celebrate Theo's poaching instincts, try to get their heads round Xhaka's red card and celebrate Arsenal Ladies' new superstar signing. Enjoy in the player below, download, subscribe in iTunes (or all other podcast apps). You can contact us...
Matthew is joined by Helen & Sylvain to recap recent matches, discuss Arsenal's flirtation with the pressing obsession, update on Arsenal Ladies season and wonder just how tall Alexander Kolarov is.  Also, is Pogba the new Rooney, in more...
Matthew and Paul discuss the recent wins over Basel and Burnley, and wonder over just how current injured players will improve the side. They also reflect on Arsene Wenger's 20 years at the club, and what it meant to...
On 1 October, 1996, Arsene Wenger officially took charge of Arsenal. Here we look at 9 of his most defining moments.
Stephen is joined by Football Manager's Swiss researcher Oliver Zesiger, to discuss Arsenal's next Champions League opponents. Eder Balanta and Breel Embolo get mentioned A LOT. Enjoy in the player below, download, subscribe in iTunes (or all other podcast apps). You...
Theo Walcott has admitted that perhaps one of his biggest downfalls has been thinking about others first instead of himself and he believes this needs to change.
Matthew, Stephen and Anita discuss league cup victory at Forest, this season's tactical changes, the emergence of Iwobi and 'Kostafi', and booing ex players.  Oh, and an insignificant victory against some Kensington nouveau riche. Enjoy in the player below, download,...
It's Premier League time and this time, the arrival of Chelsea as Arsenal look to get their first win over their London rivals in the league in an eternity.
Matthew is joined by Helen and special guest JB (@gunnerpunner) to discuss going to Hull and back, tactical evolutions, left backs and the Arsenal Legends match (and Kanu's birth certificate). And we take a moment to admire Mourinho's blame...
Paul and Sylvain join Matthew to run the rule over the new signings' debut, debate the rules re the penalty against Southampton, have a peek towards PSG away, and celebrate Nicklas Bendtner's signing for Nottingham Forest.
With the Champions League almost upon us, Stephen is joined by French football expert Lana Dawood to talk about Paris Saint-Germian post-Zlatan, and how she expects the game to go.
Matthew returns to chat to Helen and Sylvain about the transfer window hokey cokey, Theo's return to usefulness and the Oxlade-Chamberlain conundrum. Enjoy in the player below, download, subscribe in iTunes (or all other podcast apps). You can contact us with...
A weekend without Arsenal is never quite the same as one with them but the good thing about international duty is that we get to hear a bit more from players than when they are under the Arsenal thumb at home.
Stephen is joined by Helen and Anita to discuss the weekend win over Watford, Arsenal's imminent new signings, and reflect on a week without any bad news.
Arsenal were bumped down to fourth spot in this week's Premier League Injury League courtesy of West Ham picking up another two injured players.
Stephen is joined by Daily Cannon's Glorious Emperor Lee Hurley to discuss the draw at Leicester, the lack of leadership at the club, and Lee explains how the media works in regards to creating transfer reports and stories. Enjoy in...
Just under 130 men and women have pulled on the number 7 shirt at Arsenal since shirt numbers first became a thing, introduced by our very own Herbert Chapman who had to fight the FA who were opposed to such a radical notion. Geore Armstrong was perhaps the greatest.
Matthew, Paul, Stephen and Sylvain try to find the positives from yet another opening day defeat, and debate as to whether we are seeing the beginning of the end of Wenger's tenure at Arsenal.
Stephen and Paul bemoan Arsenal's injury luck, discuss just how they think the club will patch things up, and look forward to the season opener versus Liverpool.
Matthew, Stephen and Mosope get together at the midnight hour to discuss North American friendly fire, youth policies in the EPL and all the signings (clue: no new ones). While battling to fill the swear box... Enjoy in the player...
Helen and Matthew discuss our new addition to the #british core, pre-season striking options, and the new England managerial set up... and Lionel Messi's tax return. Enjoy in the player below, download, subscribe in iTunes (or all other podcast apps),...
Matthew and Stephen talk Thierry, transfers and alternative tactics (or the absence of all three), and try not to worry about Chelsea.
Matthew and Helen discuss the fallout from the Euros. They also discuss how Arsenal now have the problem of putting a Ramsey-shaped peg in an Ozil-shaped hole, and call Pepe every name under the sun. Enjoy in the player below, download,...
Matthew and Helen discuss the week's news, debate on how to capitalise on Aaron Ramsey's renaissance and wonder just how bad Germany really are at penalties. Enjoy in the player below, download, subscribe in iTunes (or all other podcast apps),...
Helen and Sylvain join Matthew to talk about the Vardy escape and Messi's meltdown whilst trying (and failing) to avoid talking about politics. ...Or tabloid transfer speculation. Enjoy in the player below, download, subscribe in iTunes (or all other podcast apps),...
This week Anita joins Matthew to give an in depth breakdown of the Croatian fan controversy. They also compare Ronaldo and Giroud's anguished faces and wonder at Chile's humiliation of Mexico... while Anita dreams about Giroud in one of those...
If you have a bit of some to kill between Euro 2016 matches, Paddy Power has come up with a nifty 'guess the player' game.
Matthew and Sylvain talk France, fights and flare-guns.
Matthew, Sylvain and Paul discuss the impending (or not) arrival of Mr. Vardy.
It seems as though the Arsenal injury curse has now hit the Ladies' team after being a constant thorn in Arsene Wenger's side for years and years.
Helen joins Matthew to look at the Euros with apathy, find solace in 10 years of Theo, wonder where Elneny fits next season, and discuss Sergio Ramos' tackle.
Matt is joined by Paul, Helen, Anita and Sylvain to disagree on the best and worst of the season.
This week Matthew, Helen and Paul congratulate Spurs on their joint highest finish since 1963. They also wonder about life after Wenger and tire themselves out trying to work out Theo Walcott. Warning: may contain laughter. Enjoy in the player below, download...
Matthew and Paul discuss a point at City and why anyone boos Gael Clichy.
Matthew, Helen and Stephen discuss the problems with bad break-ups, poor choices of gifts and mediocre sex. They also talk about the Norwich game.
A few years ago, I wrote an article about the Y word in football and why it had to go. My basic summary was that once people accept that Tottenham fans are ‘Yids’, and that Tottenham are bad (because you...
Arsene Wenger has been under fire this season because Arsenal had a chance to win the Premier League title for the first time since 2004, but faltered down the stretch. After a strong start to the season, the Gunners were...
Matthew and Anita get through a whole podcast without making a banner once. Instead, they try to make sense of all the terrible stats that Arsenal are putting up this season, and who should be brought in to remedy them. Enjoy...
Matthew is joined by Stephen to discuss apathy at the Emirates, dissect the corpse of Wenger's tactical acumen, and speculate about a big summer ahead. Then Sylvain turns up and reminds us that at least the Arsenal Ladies have some...
This week Matthew and Paul discuss scoring goals and dropping points in the wilds of East London.
Santi Cazorla has picked Robert Pires for his dream five-a-side team.
Matthew is joined by Sylvain and Mosope to discuss the first team's return to functionality, and ask difficult questions.
Having returned from long term injury against Leicester in mid February, Danny Welbeck has certainly rejuvenated a lacklustre Arsenal side and sent a timely reminder to both Arsene Wenger and Roy Hodgson of what he can do when fully...
In an interlull shortened podcast, Matthew is joined by Sylvain to discuss the first two fixtures of the Arsenal ladies season, their new star signing, and the evolution of the women's game in England. They also try find something Arsenal...
In an attempt to locate some light amid the darkness, Matthew, Paul & Sylvain preview the new Arsenal Ladies season, pick the positives (Elneny, Iwobi, Welbeck) from the last week and try to work out which deity might be...
Stephen hosts our latest episode, joined by Paul and Anita to have a frank and honest discussion on whether Arsene Wenger should leave Arsenal. They also preview the games at Barcelona and Everton. Enjoy in the player below, download or subscribe in iTunes...
Matthew is joined by Stephen and Helen to try and figure out just how Arsenal lost to Swansea, how Arsenal didn't lose to Spurs, and how Helen's upcoming wedding to a Tottenham fan hasn't been called off yet.
Matthew is joined by Helen and Stephen to go over what happened at Old Trafford, and how the response should take place. Fans will be delighted to know that no warchest was mentioned during the recording of this podcast. Enjoy in...
Bonus pod: After yesterday's discussion with Paul and Sylvain, Matthew is now joined by Helen to try and somehow figure out where Arsenal go from here. (Medal not included) Enjoy in the player below, download or subscribe in iTunes (or...
Matthew is joined by Paul and Sylvain to try to draw some positives from the home games against Hull and Barcelona, but fail. Miserably. Also, look for a special bonus podcast, to be released Friday. Enjoy in the player below, download...
Matthew is joined by Helen and Anita to talk about the thriller with Leicester City. They also discuss effective substitutions, referees (again) and the emerging menace that is Daniel Levy's Evil Empire. Enjoy in the player below, download or subscribe in...
Matthew is joined by Helen and Sylvain to review all of the week's action. They also try to fathom just how Fraser Forster morphed into Lev Yashin, previewed the big game vs Leicester, and answered the question we've all asked:...
Matthew is joined by Paul and Sylvain to discuss the new boy(s) and the return of Alexis and Le Coq. They also talk about drawing Hull again, waving goodbye to John Terry (with two fingers raised) and being too...
Matthew, Helen and Sylvain breakdown the Chelsea game without breaking down. They also look forward to Burnley in the FA Cup, discuss the Ozil transfer revelations and prove that Spurs and Sainsbury's basics range are a perfect match. Enjoy in...
Matthew makes his triumphant return to the pod this week, as he, Helen and Paul review the win over Sunderland, reminisce over the magic of the FA Cup, and try their hardest to offend Stoke at every opportunity. Enjoy in...
In the latest episode of the Daily Cannon podcast, Stephen, Sylvain and Helen review a lethargic 1-0 win over Newcastle, try to work out just what to do with Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, and preview the FA Cup game versus Sunderland.
Matthew is joined by Mosope to discuss South Coast disappointments. They also discuss Monday night's win, transfer needs, Elneny, youth opportunities, as well as our near-weekly feature: "This Week in Magical Mesutland". Enjoy in the player below, download or subscribe in...
A special bumper Christmas edition sees Matthew joined by Helen, Paul and Andi Foster, to celebrate and dissect the Man City win and look ahead to future fixtures. They also ponder the staying power of Leicester, the demise of Jose,...
Matthew, Paul and Helen reflect back on a highly productive week for the Gunners, and manage to poke fun at Chelsea at the same time. They also look forward to the huge game vs Man City, and answer some questions...
During Arsenal's superb victory over Olympiacos, Olivier Giroud scored his first hat-trick while wearing an Arsenal jersey in what has been the French forward's best season yet for the Gunners. He almost single-handedly saved the Arsenal's European campaign and continues...
Arsenal, as you know, have been drawn against Barcelona in the Champions League although the Gunners will draw confidence from beating Bayern Munich in the group stages. Arsenal have been given the toughest Champions League pairing, with Arsene Wenger’s side...
The church of Özil, midfield questions, and being wary of Greek hospitality. This week Matthew Wade, Helen Trantum and Sylvain Jamet talk Sunderland, defensive frailties and our new central midfield partnership, while looking ahead to Olympiakos...and occasionally taking the time...
Matthew, Helen and Paul try to avoid falling victim to any concrete pits as they argue over how Arsenal should have tried to avoid the latest bout of injuries to beset the team. But hey, we also beat Dinamo Zagreb!...
With their mastery of one-touch passing, interchanging positions, and keeping possession, who wouldn't love Arsenal? Plus, it's not all about business and making money with this team, it's about their continuous effort to develop the game and make it better...
The Le-Coq-alypse is here. After the loss at West Brom over the weekend, Matthew, Stephen and Sylvain try their best to figure out just how Arsenal managed to end up with with only one fit defensive midfielder...........again. Enjoy in the player...
Joined by podcast regular Paul Williams and Croatia's Gooners representative and graphics ninja Anita Sambol, Matthew dissects everything Arsenal from the Bayern battering, the north London derby and injury troubles. A tight north London derby is followed by an international...
The boys get to grips with a mixed bag of results for the Arsenal and look forward to a couple of big games on the horizon.........well, one of them at least, as Paul continues to refuse to recognise the...
It is a very relaxed atmosphere up at DC HQ, as the guys bask in the afterglow of the wins over Bayern Munich and Everton. Matt, Sylvain, and podcast debutant Mosope Ominiyi, break down both wins, preview which kids might...
This week the guys discuss the win at Watford, preview Bayern Munich and discuss the AGM. Matthew, Stephen and Leitrim are understandably excited but the win at Watford, in what was a good return to club football. German champions Bayern Munich are...
In the absence of club football, Matthew, Paul and Sylvain review the Arsenal Ladies season and discuss International goings on, the Barcelona curse, Robin van Persie's Turkish blues, their favourite Premier League goals from the first 500 scored at the Emirates, and...
This week the guys peel themselves off Sunday's ceiling to discuss bearing gifts to greeks, blowing away the plastic Mancs, the continuing rise of Mr Walcott and Goonerdom in Croatia. Joined by Helen Trantum and, all the way from Croatia,...
Manchester City ladies have been cleared of playing an ineligible player with FA releasing a statement explaining their decision not to punish the Citizens. It had been claimed that City fielded an ineligible player against Sunderland in the FAWSL Continental...
The guys are in fine spirits after a week which saw wins against Spurs and Leicester City. The fine result at the Lane is discussed, as well as a possible sign of things to come after the Leicester game, and...
This week, the crew try to dispel the doom and gloom after the Chelsea game through swearing. Between the bleeps, they discuss all things to do with Mike Dean, Diego Costa, and the upcoming Capital One Cup fixture against that lot from...
With the senior team finally beginning to find their feet in the Premier League after Saturday’s 2-0 win over Stoke City, Arsenal’s loan stars are also making progress for their temporary clubs. Here’s a look at their development so far...
This week, the guys are on a high after beating Stoke, and, quite frankly, they get a bit carried away with themselves, letting their creative juices flow in ways you probably don't even want to imagine.
In this week's edition of the Daily Cannon podcast, in honour of international week, Matthew Wade in London is joined by Stephen Bradley from Dublin and Leutrim Rexhaj from New York to discuss all things Arsenal. With an in-depth explanation...
In episode six of the Daily Cannon podcast, we bring you a bumper Trans-Atlantic pre international break and transfer window edition. Matthew Wade is joined by fellow DC writers Helen Trantum in London and Leutrim Rexhaj in New York and they ask is...
Recorded immediately after the final whistle of the game against Liverpool, Matthew Wade, Stephen Bradley and Paul Williams got together for episode five of the Daily Cannon podcast. In addition to discussing the game, the Dad's Army defending of the first...
In this week's edition of the Daily Cannon Podcast, Matthew Wade is joined by Helen Trantum and Paul Williams to discuss all things Arsenal. They look back at the win over Crystal Palace, drool over Santi Cazorla while debating Arsenal's...
This week, Matthew Wade is joined by fellow Daily Cannon writers Stephen Bradley and Paul Williams to discuss events from the past week, even though they didn't really want to. Between them, they manage to come up with a tactical breakdown of...
In this edition, Stephen Bradley is joined by Helen Trantum and Matthew Wade and they discuss tracksuit- wearing tramps, Bellerin vs Debuchy, whatever happened to Calum Chambers? Can Coquelin sustain his performances or do we need a replacement or a backup?
by Daily Cannon Arsenal's away kit is finally set to be launched today in Singapore as part of the Gunner's pre-season tour and you can watch the video of the event live right here. It's likely you've already seen what the new...
Football and poker may appear to be at opposite ends of the competitive spectrum, but there seems to be a decent bit of overlap between the two. Not only are fans of one quickly becoming fans of the other, but...
Arsenal finished in 3rd place in the Premier League last season, 12 points behind the winners Chelsea but what do the bookmakers think the Gunners chances for next season? The fixtures for the 2015/16 season have now been released and...
How much fun was that? In addition to our extensive pre-match coverage of the game, we got our writers together for a short prediction on how they think the game will pan out. Here's how that went... Lee Hurley Win 2-0 I fancied a straight-forward,...
The final league game of the season. Where did the time go? In addition to our extensive pre-match coverage of the game, we got our writers together for a short prediction on how they think the game will pan out. And if...
Another week, another bus came an went. In addition to our extensive pre-match coverage of the game, we got our writers together for a short prediction on how they think the game will pan out. Here's how that went: Lee Hurley Win 2-0 For the...
Another week, another bus on its way. In addition to our extensive pre-match coverage of the game, we got our writers together for a short prediction on how they think the game will pan out. And if you think we're just...
Another week, another trip to Manchester. In addition to our extensive pre-match coverage of the game, we got our writers together for a short prediction on how they think the game will pan out. And if you think we're just going...
Well that didn't go exactly as planned, did it? In addition to our extensive pre-match coverage of the game, we got our writers together for a short prediction on how they thought the game would pan out. Across the board, we were completely...
Time to play Hull for the fourth time in under 12 months. Yippee. In addition to our extensive pre-match coverage of the game, we've gotten our writers together for a short prediction on how they think the game will pan...
It's typical that as the Gooners enjoy their best season for nearly a decade, the rumour mill surrounding Arsene Wenger's tenure intensifies. This isn't so much down to the Frenchman as to the recent resignation of Jurgen Klopp over at...
Urgh, is there anything worse than a game that involves Jose Mourinho? In addition to our extensive pre-match coverage of the game, we got our writers together for a short prediction on how they thought the game would pan out. Here's how that...
Urgh, is there anything worse than a game that involves having to listen to Jose Mourinho yammer on? In addition to our extensive pre-match coverage of the game, we've gotten our writers together for a short prediction on how they...
Wembley! Wembley! We're the famous Arsenal, and we're going to Wembley! Before the game we got our writers together to predict what they thought would happen. Here's how we did. Lee Hurley Win 4-0 Couldn't have been more wrong with my prediction. Couldn't care less! Wembley!...
Arsenal have been in exceptional form throughout the second half of the Premier League campaign, and stand a great chance of finishing second at the end of the season. Meanwhile, they are 90 minutes away from the FA Cup final...
Arsenal ladies got their league campaign off to a poor start with a disappointing draw against Notts County. In fact, they could perhaps consider themselves fortunate to leave with a point. Here's how the players fared: Emma Byrne 5 Did not take control...
Will arsenal struggle or take their post-Champions League frustrations out on an already battered Newcastle?
How do the Daily cannon writers think Arsenal will do against Monaco on Tuesday? Find out here.
How did our pre-match predictions stack up after the game?
Another midweek match, another chance for hilarity avoided. In addition to our extensive pre-match coverage of the game, we've got our writers together for a short prediction on how they thought the game would pan out. Here's how we did Lee Hurley Win 2-0 I was pretty...
A rare 3pm Saturday game for Arsenal this week saw the Gunners reclaim a top four spot. In addition to our extensive pre-match coverage of the game, we got our writers together for a short prediction on how they thought the...
Arsenal travel to Palace this weekend for their Premier League game. How will they fare? What will happen? We make our predictions here.
Santi Cazorla has been linked heavily with a move to Atletico Madrid but should Arsenal let him go? It seems like a no-brainer, right?
The Daily Cannon writers predict how the match against Leicester at the Emirates will unfold this week. Find out what they think here.
The Daily Cannon writers predict how the match against Tottenham at White Hart Lane will unfold this weekend. Find out what they think here.
Did any of the Daily Cannon writers manage to predict what would happen between Arsenal and Aston Villa? Find out here.
The Daily Cannon writers predict how the match against Aston Villa at the Emirates will unfold this weekend. Find out what they think here.
Before the game the Daily Cannon writers predicted what they thought would happen against Brighton. Find out how they did here.
The Daily Cannon writers get together and try to predict what will happen on Sunday against Brighton.
Here at Daily Cannon HQ we had to admit - we don't know that much about Brighton. (All that we know is here in one handy factfile) So, what to do? Easy - reach out to Brighton fan and blogger, Mark...
Sunday's game against Manchester City left us all grinning like idiots, but how did our pre-match predictions stack up? In addition to our extensive pre-match coverage of the game, we got our writers together for a short prediction on how...