In this edition of the Daily Cannon Arsenal podcast, Matthew in London and Anita in Croatia talk about truncated transfer windows, VAR, Arsenal arrivals...
It’s now a case of ‘when’ not ‘if’ Lucas Torreira will join Arsenal, so what shirt number will the midfielder get when he arrives?
As Mesut Ozil trudged off the pitch against South Korea, a few fans hurled insults in his direction. He’d just been part of the first ever German team to crash out in the group stages of a World Cup and he knew, if the last few weeks had anything to go by, that his life was about to get worse.
It’s the sort of things other clubs do, isn’t it? We’re not used to this sort of thing at Arsenal. Yet here we are. Things certainly have changed around these parts.
With the signing of Lucas Torreira, Arsenal will finish their senior team recruitment however they will also look to bring in a youth player before the window closes.
Neymar’s World Cup will be remembered for excessive rolls and feigning injury, but it further highlights the inherent and ingrained sexism that is still rampant in football today.
In this edition of the Daily Cannon Arsenal podcast, Stephen fills in for Matthew and wonders about how new signing Sokratis will slot in...
Sheffield FC Ladies have withdrawn from the newly named FA Women's Championship citing 'money' as the main reason behind their decision.
Jason Cundy has said ‘sorry’ for being a misogynist live on TV but we are well within our rights to ask is he apologising for his comments or the backlash they caused and why do men just not get the problem?
In this edition of the Daily Cannon Arsenal podcast, Matthew is back to talk about Jack's goodbye, hello to Bernd Leno (and maybe Lucas Torreira), and hello again to another Lucas. He also talks freebies, Albanian Eagles and a VAR-tastic World Cup.
Since his move from Borussia Mönchengladbach in 2016 Granit Xhaka has split opinion but his improvement is undeniable.
After Arsène Wenger’s announcement that he would leave Arsenal the carousel of potential successors was in full swing before finally landing on an unexpected name. So how did Arsenal end up picking Unai Emery and now that the dust has settled, what can Arsenal fans really expect from their new manager in the new season?
Unai Emery has taken the reigns from Arsene Wenger for little more than a month but has wasted no time in a big shakeup at the Emirates.
It will have escaped nobody’s attention that Alex Scott and Eni Aluko are female pundits offering their opinions at the World Cup. In this mini-pod, Lee Hurley briefly discusses the problems women face in the footballing world while asking why we tolerate the awful standards delivered by male pundits in the game.
It will have escaped nobody’s attention that Alex Scott and Eni Aluko are female pundits offering their opinions at the World Cup.
When the day came for Jack Wilshere to leave Arsenal, I thought I’d be sadder.
In this edition of the Daily Cannon Arsenal podcast, Matthew flies solo to talk about the week in Arsenal-Land: New coaches, nearly new signings (honest), and new use of old news by desperate gossip columnists... and no new contracts.
Tight. Stingy. Stubborn. Just three of the insults thrown at Arsene Wenger during his time at Arsenal, but his behaviour in the last few transfer windows before he left was more than a little odd, so what was going on?
After 11 games, it is interesting to note that discipline records are very good at the 2018 World Cup. Is that due to VAR or the referees leniency with regards to the rules on yellow and red cards?
There have been many pretenders, but none have come close to Arsenal's magnificent achievement.
Arsenal already have two defensive signings already on the way in Sokratis and Stephan Lichtsteiner. With an Aaron Ramsey extension looking more and more likely, and the club being sorted in attack, a goalkeeper seems the most important signing.
In this edition of the Daily Cannon Arsenal podcast, Matthew, Sylvain, and renegade Juventus fan (and friend of the Pod) Lana Dawood discuss what...
There are countless reasons why you can be proud to be an Arsenal fan. One of the proudest regards I have for Arsenal however, is how they strive for respect and encourage diversity and equality. In particular, how they have led from the front in Women’s football.
The Summer 2018 transfer window is dominated by the arrival of new teams thanks to the FA’s latest twisted reform.
In this edition of the Daily Cannon Arsenal podcast, Matthew pilots the pod alone and steers it straight towards the morass of transfer rumours engulfing the new Arsenal regime. He looks in some depth at the plausible, the likely, and those that sound like the desperate filling of column inches.
There has been a lot of talk over the past week or so about Arsenal’s sleeve sponsorship deal with Rwanda yet the moral outrage from some journalists that greeted news of the arrangement has been conspicuously lacking in relation to deals with the likes of Emirates, Etihad, or Roman Abramovich.
It has been nine days since Arsenal announced that Unai Emery would replace Arsene Wenger in charge of the team and in that time, four players have emerged as clear targets that are close to joining Arsenal.
In this edition of the Daily Cannon Arsenal podcast, Matthew and Paul discuss the new man with the new plan in the new structure, why we said no to Mikel, and feeling sad about the departure of our diminutive Spanish genius.
Today is Michael Thomas day so while Liverpool are playing in the Champions League final, let's take a look back at the day Arsenal beat them to the league title - something they haven't won since.
Unai Emery was unveiled as the new Arsenal head coach on Wednesday afternoon and he left a strong and positive impression. So what did we learn?
As far as social experiments in football go, Arsenal’s this summer has been a doozy.
In this special edition of the Daily Cannon Arsenal podcast, Stephen and French football expert (and old friend of the pod) Lana Dawood discuss...
In this edition of the Daily Cannon Arsenal podcast, Matthew and Helen talk managerial candidates, coaching changes, and the good, the bad and the ugly of ex-players.
Despite sitting alongside Pep Guardiola at Manchester City, Mikel Arteta's career as one of Arsenal's unsung heroes should never be forgotten.
Player of the season for Arsenal seems a bit of an oxymoron after the campaign we’ve just witnessed and, to be honest, this article is going to reflect that.
As we are reaching the end of the season, it is time to announce the Player of the Year awards and we've picked our top 3 players as well as the best young player.
In this edition of the Daily Cannon Arsenal podcast, Stephen flies solo. He's not overly confident over how Arsenal are conducting their search for...
We didn't win it but, Arsenal semi-final idiocy aside, the Europa League brought about far more enjoyment than we've experienced in recent Champions League campaigns.
Arsenal Women mounted a spirited second half comeback against Manchester City to keep their Champions League hopes alive with a 2-1 victory after being 1-0 down at the break.
It’s nearly that time again. The 2018 World Cup is fast approaching, with the first match taking place on the 14th of June between Russia and Saudi Arabia.
So it's all finally over, in more ways than one This has certainly been a roller-coaster of a season, but a faulty one with more downs than ups. Let's take a look back over Arsene Wenger's final campaign at the club in an A-Z of Arsenal's season...
When you first came into my life, I had no idea who you were. Years later and I know you but you don’t know me, how could you?
Arsenal have had an absolute contract mess on their hands in the last year and it doesn't look like it will get any better soon.
In July, it was announced that Per Mertesacker would take over Arsenal's academy once his playing contract with the club ran out in June 2018, so what will he be like in charge of the youngsters?
If you don't already know, Daily Cannon's podcast host, Matthew Wade, was handpicked from the Arsenal blogger and podcast world to talk all things...
TERFs. It’s a word you probably don’t know as it’s not exactly a hot button topic in the world of football, but this weekend they ventured into our universe with a protest of sorts outside the Women’s FA Cup final between Arsenal and Chelsea.
In this edition of the Daily Cannon Arsenal podcast, Matthew, Sylvain and Anita mull over losing in Madrid, rejoice in bulldozing Burnley, and say...
It’s hard to let go when you still care.
Thierry Henry tells us that there’s nothing he wouldn’t do to become the Arsenal manager yet twice now he’s opted for Sky Sports over Arsenal.
In 2004, Roman Abramovich, who had recently become the owner of Chelsea Football Club, started putting together the pieces necessary for the rise of the club as a superpower.
Arsene Wenger has signed many players over the years, but what did he look for when he entered the transfer market? The right stuff You may...
So it’s over. Almost. There will be no banging send-off, no trophy to mark the end of his days as Arsenal manager.
If you don't already know, Daily Cannon's podcast host, Matthew Wade, was handpicked from the Arsenal blogger and podcast world to talk all things Arsenal every week on LOVE SPORT radio.
In this edition of the Daily Cannon Arsenal podcast, Stephen and Paul review the week's Arsenal news. They discuss Arsenal's propensity to shoot themselves...
There was something most peculiar about Arsene Wenger’s last game as Arsenal manager at Old Trafford.
10 days ago Arsene Wenger announced that he would leave Arsenal at the end of the season, bringing the curtain down on 22 years at the club and shocking the footballing world.
Arsenal have made a number of additions to their backroom and coaching staff this season, after chief executive Ivan Gazidis promised a "catalyst for change" in the summer.
Approximately 30 seconds, that’s all it took to pop the Emirates balloon that had refilled with the hope that something special was coming.
Daily Cannon spoke with Arsenal photographer, David Price towards the end of 2017, and got the chance to ask him about his career as a ‘tog, his love of football, and, of course, the Gunners.
Mauricio Pochettino recently revealed that he would rather work on a farm that be in charge of Arsenal, which works out well as he'd never be hired in the first place.
Arsenal's transfer setup is getting more complicated with a number of new appointments over the last year.
Arsenal are largely expected to splash the cash on a defender and/or goalkeeper in the summer, but perhaps the long-needed managerial change will be the answer to the problems at the back instead.
All the tears Arsenal make you shed, sometimes it gets too much.
In this edition of the Daily Cannon Arsenal podcast, six of our staff try to put into words their thoughts after Arsene Wenger announced...
In this edition of the Daily Cannon Arsenal podcast, Matthew, Anita, Helen, and Helen's dog review a rather eventful last few days at The...
One of the main reasons Arsene Wenger found it so hard to let go at Arsenal is because the manager has little else in his life to distract him, but there is plenty out there for him to do.
24 hours on from the news that Arsene Wenger will be leaving Arsenal after 22 years in charge, I’m still not entirely sure that it’s sunk in.
After 22 years at the same football club, the ability to shock and rock a fanbase that has seen and heard it all still lives on in Arsene Wenger, because that’s exactly what he did on Thursday morning when he announced he would end a lifelong tradition and break a contract for the first time.
There is a scenario that could see Arsenal starting next season with a Europa League qualifier just 11 days after the end of the World Cup.
After Arsenal’s latest defeat, Arsene Wenger spoke to the press to confess that he doesn't know why Arsenal aren't any good at away matches domestically but when you look his comments from all Arsenal's defeats this season, the problem becomes clear.
In this edition of the Daily Cannon Arsenal podcast, Matthew and Luke 'enjoy' squeaky bum time in Moscow, giving Rafa a nice birthday, and...
This season, when it finishes – whether that be with a Europa League trophy or not – will be remembered as a turning point.
Josh Kroenke only spent seven weeks at Arsenal over the winter not the reported three months. Speaking to the media in Denver, the son of...
When the Arsenal lineup was announced for their Premier League game at Newcastle on Sunday, I couldn’t help but notice how the Arsenal universe was now in full-on reverso world.
As I was watching Liverpool against Bournemouth on Saturday it struck me how happy their fans seem.
Under most circumstances, complaining about your club when they have just reached the semi-final of a European competition would be churlish in the extreme, but then things have gotten quite extreme at Arsenal, haven't they?
The Daily Mail continue with their nonsense, claiming Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is now an Anfield hero and is being loved in ways he never was at Arsenal.
If you run an Arsenal site and were critical of Jack Wilshere for his role in Mohamed Elneny’s red card at the weekend then did you know you are in the employ of Arsenal, helping to create a narrative for the club?
In this edition of the Daily Cannon Arsenal podcast, Stephen and Helen review Arsenal's recent wins over CSKA Moscow and Southampton. They also discuss Wilshere's...
Just a few weeks ago, Arsenal fans really wanted Jack Wilshere to sign a new deal with the club but his performance and actions against Southampton on Sunday afternoon was the final straw for many of them.
Mark Hughes thinks that Jack Wilshere should have been sent off on Sunday but nobody seems to care that Dusan Tadic should have received two red cards for absolutely awful ‘tackles’.
Arsenal made heavy work of their win over Southampton but with Chelsea's draw against West Ham, the Gunners are now closing in on fifth place. But how did the players do individually?
David Silva was the latest name added to the list of players Arsène Wenger rejected, let's see if we can make an XI from players Arsenal have snubbed.
Aaron Ramsey scored again and another famous person, this time Eric Bristow, dropped dead unexpectedly, leading to people to ponder the Welshman’s alleged death curse once again, but how many celebrities have actually died when Ramsey hit the back of the net?
What happens when Arsenal play really well, score four goals, including one of the best seen in many years, and their fans leave Ashburton Grove happy? Well, if you’re a journalist for the Express, you attack the same fans for not creating an atmosphere similar to the one at Anfield on Wednesday night.
Arsenal came flying out of the tunnel like a team with a point to prove and a competition to win on Thursday night. It was a display from this side that we know they are capable of but see far too rarely. It finished 5-1 but in reality it should have been at least double that. So how did the players do individually?
After Liverpool’s epic win over Manchester City in the Champions League on Wednesday night, post-match discussions were notable for their lack of focus on the impact of the bus attack prior to the game.
In the Guardian they have an article about Mathieu Debuchy’s resurgence since he left Arsenal but the reporters call him a ‘stoic professional’ which is far from the truth.
Arsenal face CSKA Moscow on Thursday night at Ashburton Grove and will be hoping to put the tie to bed before a tough trip to Russia next week.
In this edition of the Daily Cannon Arsenal podcast, Matthew and Anita enjoy watching Arsenal help Stoke towards relegation despite being rubbish for 65...
Arsenal Women earned a creditable draw against League leaders Chelsea and also cut the gap on Manchester City to five points thanks to the Citizen's surprising home defeat to Reading.
Arsenal v Stoke was so boring for the first hour that I started writing this article before the halftime whistle had even blown.
It might be a while before we see him, but Kelechi Nwakali will be one worth waiting for.
Yesterday marks 17 years since David Rocastle passed. Here, from our Arsenal Number 7s book, is an extract from Paul Williams chapter on this true legend
Yesterday, 31 March, marked 17 years since David Rocastle lost his battle to cancer aged only 33.
Listen as we relive Rocastle's Arsenal career with exclusive soundbites from Ian Wright while other former Arsenal players reveal what they truly felt about the great man.
A few Monday nights ago against Chelsea, Troy ‘cojones’ Deeney flipped off the Chelsea fans with both middle fingers. It’s a gesture we’ve all thought about at one time or another when confronted with the same set of fans, even if we haven’t actually followed through with it on Sky TV in front of millions.
Although nothing is confirmed, it has been widely reported that Arsenal's hierarchy are considering their options since the cup final defeat. The papers have suggested that if Wenger fails to qualify the club for the Champions League, that could spell the end for the manager.
Almost three years ago, one of my first features for Daily Cannon was about the condescension of female football fans, yet here I am, years later, talking about the same thing.
For almost a decade, Arsenal fans have lamented the lack of a succession plan in place for when Arsene Wenger leaves his role as manager. But now, as evidenced by the signing of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, a plan is finally being put together - and it stinks.
Arsenal's January signings make useful additions to the squad, but there are still other areas that need addressing in the summer.
In this edition of the Daily Cannon Arsenal podcast, Matthew and Sylvain celebrate Arsenal's women beating Manchester City in a cup final. And, they...
The mere mention of Sven Mislintat’s name in an article is enough to get fans excited so what has the former Borussia Dortmund man been up to since he arrived at the club?
When the news broke that Jack Wilshere had missed the plane for Amsterdam due to an injury in training, no-one was surprised.
Jack Wilshere’s priority at the start of the season was securing gametime ahead of a move after being told he could leave the club by Arsene Wenger last August but the whole contract saga has been a total debacle.
Per Mertesacker has been introducing himself to the kids at Hale End and setting up meetings as he uses his spare time to get ready for life in his new role, so what sort of manager is he going to be?
If you’re an Arsenal fan who delights in schadenfreude then Alexis Sanchez’s move to Manchester United must taste very sweet indeed.
A few days ago I was looking through a load of old articles on my PC and came across a batch from 2011 and I couldn’t help but be struck by how mind-numbingly familiar it all was.
I was compiling a reaction piece to the news that Danny Welbeck wouldn’t face any UEFA punishment for falling over in the box when I searched for ‘English players who dive’ on Google.
In this edition of the Daily Cannon Arsenal podcast, Stephen and Helen discuss Arsenal's recent winning streak, 'diving', and the price of watching Arsenal. Also,...
Danny Welbeck has ‘escaped’ punishment for his ‘dive’ against AC Milan prompting Arsenal fans the world over to ask just why, exactly, was he even at risk?
I don’t normally watch rugby, but as Ireland were going for the Grand Slam against England, I thought I’d put it on, for a while at least.
Sunday's FA Women's Cup quarter final postponement is set to create a number of fixture list problems before the end of the season on 20th May.
Oliver Holt, writing in the Mail on Sunday this weekend, has produced something rather special.
I'm sure it won't have escaped the attention of all reading this that today is St. Patrick's Day, and as such is a date associated with all things Irish.
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.
Sven Mislintat is looking for a long-term replacement for Nacho Monreal as one of four positions he wants to strengthen this summer, so let's look at who he could sign.
Earlier this month, reports emerged claiming that Arsenal would look to offload Aaron Ramsey in the summer and while most fans believe this is ridiculous, there are a few reasons why they might.
No matter how desperately Arsenal fans want to hear about the future of their club, it’s looking increasingly likely that an announcement regarding Arsene Wenger’s future won’t be made either way until the end of the season and here’s why.
Sven Mislintat wants Arsenal to sign players in four different positions this summer, according to reports, in what is shaping up to be a significantly busier window than last year.
In this edition of the Daily Cannon Arsenal podcast, Matthew, Sylvian, and Anita discuss the minor Milanese miracle and (eventually) walloping Watford. They also look...
Although most Arsenal fans don’t feel that Steve Bould really does much at all, except for point at people a bit on matchday, I can’t be the only one wondering what will happen to the 55-year-old when Arsene Wenger calls it a day.
Santi Cazorla is unlikely to ever play football again, let alone pull on the red and white of Arsenal, so finding a replacement for him must be a top priority in the summer.
After nearly three weeks without club football, Arsenal Women are back in business with the League Cup final against Manchester City. Tickets are on sale now, priced at £7 for adults and £3 for concessions, and are available via www.tickets.wwfc.com
Arsenal put in another good performance in their weekend victory over Watford, winning consecutive games for only the second time this calendar year.
Arsenal have managed another emphatic win, this time against Watford, this week and it was pretty enjoyable to watch, but what did we learn?
When Arsenal tied Arsene Wenger down to another two-year extension at the end of last season, fans thought the decision pretty weird considering the state of the club, but little did we know this was only the beginning.
The optimum squad age to be successful is somewhere between 26 and 27 years old, according to a study by the CIES Football Observatory.
Arsenal have a lot of problems right now and if some aren't dealt with soon, they could have massive repercussions going forward.
At some point in the next year and a half, Arsene Wenger is expected to step down from his role as Arsenal manager, but who might end up leaving with him?
The women's u20 World Cup draw took place in Rennes, France on Thursday and our resident expert was there for it.
Arsene Wenger insists he's still the right man for the Arsenal job, which is fine and all... but maybe he should consider asking himself these questions before insisting that he'll honour the remaining season of his contract.
On Tuesday, Arsenal's u18s won 5-1 against Colchester United to qualify for the FA Youth Cup semi-final, but which of the youngsters could someday make the first team?
It’s not an easy time to be an Arsenal fan.
Arsenal’s form on the pitch might be terrible at the moment but, believe it or not, off it, the club are doing pretty well.
Arsenal travel to Italy for their Europa League first leg tie against AC Milan and it's hard to find anyone feeling optimistic, or that bothered. Ahead of the game, I imagined some questions fans might be asking and tried to answer them.
It's starting to look more and more like Arsenal will need to find a new goalkeeper for the number one position this summer, so who are the options to replace him?
Thierry Henry wants to be Arsenal manager. Of that there is absolutely no doubt. Not only has he said it repeatedly, while also mouthing platitudes...
One of the main reasons Arsene Wenger is finding it so hard to let go at Arsenal is because the manager has little else in his life to distract him, but there is plenty out there for him to do.
Not long after the Emirates stadium opened I was told by a person I met in the Tollington that Arsenal were set to spend the next ten years severely shackled.
In this edition of the Daily Cannon Arsenal podcast, Matthew, Paul and special guest, Lawrence Cochran, talk Brighton Blues, Manchester City's turn as the...
Arsenal need more than a change of manager, they need to completely revamp their playing squad as well.
After the match against Brighton on Sunday, something amazing happened - I found my passion for Arsenal again.
Konstantinos Mavropanos was one of Arsenal's three signings in the January transfer window, but he's the only one who hasn't played a minute of senior football so far.
The media have linked Patrick Vieira, Mikel Arteta and Thierry Henry to the Arsenal manager's job this week, but is it really a good idea to hire a former player?
With Arsenal not performing on the pitch and frustrating us off it, it's pretty important for Gooners to try and find positives at this dark time.
Arsenal's two games against Manchester City this week told us quite a lot about where Arsenal are as a club and a football side, and it's not a pretty place.
As fans of rival teams above Arsenal in the league laugh at Arsene Wenger’s men despite their own recent failings, fans of clubs below have started to punch up, hitting out at Arsenal fans as ‘spoilt’ for being unhappy with their team. So at what point is it acceptable to be unhappy with what you see on the pitch and are only fans from certain teams allowed to complain?
Arsene Wenger said that his side’s performance against Manchester City on Thursday night was ‘huge’ despite being comprehensively beaten by Pep Guardiola’s men for the second time in four days.
Ten years ago this year, I had an idea to start a blog.
After an emergency meeting held at London Colney on Monday morning following the Carabao Cup final defeat, Arsenal's decision makers are believed to be ready to take the drastic step of cancelling the contract of Gunnersaurus Rex from the end of the season.
Arsenal decided to leak a list of managers they are interested in hiring and only one name on the list made any real impact with fans - Brendan Rodgers.
Arsene Wenger reportedly wants to give Danny Welbeck a new contract to reward his usefulness but is he really of much use to the squad?
On Tuesday Morning, sources close to Arsenal revealed the seven names on the club's shortlist to replace Arsene Wenger at the end of the season.
After the recent defeats to Östersunds and Manchester City, it was left to our resident pessimist Stephen to record this edition of the Daily Cannon Arsenal podcast all by himself as nobody else wanted to talk about it.
At any other club, Arsenal’s form this season would have seen the manager removed. But Arsenal aren’t like any other club.
After Arsenal’s latest defeat, Arsene Wenger spoke to the press about how unlucky Arsenal were, made excuses and asked that this one game be taken as a stand-alone defeat against exceptional opposition.
Sky Sports seemed to kickstart Thierry Henry’s bid for Arsenal manager with a not-so-subtle message after Arsenal’s shambles against Manchester City at Wembley.
Arsenal slumped to a humiliating League Cup final defeat on Sunday, losing 3-0 to Manchester City, and there was hardly a single positive individual performance of note.
Almost three years ago, one of my first features for Daily Cannon was about the condescension of female football fans.
Arsene Wenger is a man who divides opinion nowadays, and it's not hard to understand why, but I for one will be sad to see him finally go.
After Arsenal lost 2-1 at home to Östersunds FK on Thursday night, it's probably fair to say that Gooners aren't expecting much from the Carabao Cup final against Manchester City on Sunday.
Arsene Wenger has blasted Arsenal for being complacent during their 2-1 defeat to Östersunds FK at the Emirates on Thursday night, despite harping on about not doing precisely that during his pre-match presser.
Charlie Nicholas thinks Arsenal's youth players are being punished for the first-team's failures, and I can't say I disagree with him.
After Arsenal's poor defeat to Östersunds FK on Thursday, the players and the manager made some pretty damning comments about the team's focus and preparation for the game.
This weekend, Arsenal will return to Wembley for a League Cup final for the first time in seven years, so let's look at how things have changed in that time for the two finalists.
Calum Chambers may have just cemented his Arsenal fate after heavily criticising his side's performance against Östersunds FK on Thursday night.
Arsenal suffered a poor 2-1 defeat to Östersunds FK on Thursday night, which was disappointing despite the aggregate result putting the club in the next round.
With all the talk of Champions League qualification, many have forgotten that the Europa League is a prize to be won in its own right.
Arsene Wenger says Aaron Ramsey is a doubt for the League Cup final, as he struggles to recover from a groin issue. Here's why losing him would be very bad news.
Alexandre Lacazette’s five-week injury lay-off is further proof of how stupid it was to sell Olivier Giroud in January.
Carlo Ancelotti got Arsenal fans’ pulses racing – albeit in a strictly non-erotic way - after the North London derby when he showed up at Wembley to watch the clash.
Arsenal's January signings should make useful additions to the squad, but there are still other areas that need addressing in the summer. Could any academy players fill the gaps?
Arsenal still haven't started negotiations with Petr Čech over a new deal, even though his current contract expires in 2019. Could he leave this summer, and who might replace him?
For almost a decade, Arsenal fans have lamented the lack of a succession plan in place for when Arsene Wenger leaves his role as manager. But now, as evidenced by the signing of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, a plan is finally being put together - and it stinks.
The Premier League takes a break this weekend, and so do the Arsenal.
“No Mayfair establishment could be so fashion-conscious at the time of writing as the headquarters of Arsenal FC,” wrote the Daily Herald on April 14, 1950 as Arsenal searched for new colours ahead of the FA Cup final against Liverpool at Wembley.
Ahead of Arsenal's game against Östersund, we spoke to Arsenal's official supporter's group from the country and their vice president, Malin Hägg, who kindly wrote this article which includes how Arsenal ended up with a fan group in the country, how it's grown and events they are organising for travelling fans ahead of Thursday's match.
Alexandre Lacazette hasn't made the quickest start to life in North London, but can Arsenal fans take encouragement from Luis Suarez's opening seasons at Liverpool?
In this edition of the Daily Cannon Arsenal podcast, Matthew, Helen & Stephen dissect the Spurs defeat, moan about the midfield, and then wonder if we'll ever have proper wide men again.
Alexandre Lacazette is having a rough time at the moment with Arsenal, particularly after his wasted chances in the North London derby. Is it poor form or the curse of the number nine shirt?
Under most circumstances, Arsenal fans would have been elated over their club signing Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang from Dortmund in January, but there was one crucial factor holding us back.
The Guardian suggest that the possibilities for Tottenham Hotspur next season are 'tantalising' when 'the shackles come off', but is that really going to be the case?
For one glorious week, everything at Arsenal seemed brilliant.
It's been a while since I've made a set of phone wallpapers and I've been asked a few times on Twitter when are the next ones coming, so here they are!
On Saturday, Arsenal head to Wembley to face Spurs, in the Gunners' first ever Premier League match at the stadium. Let's take a look back at some of the club's great games at the famous ground.
Arsene Wenger has signed a lot of players since taking charge in 1996, and not all of them have been a success.
Arsenal will be up against one of the Premier League's most prolific divers in Dele Alli on Saturday. The myth that English players don't dive...
Until we refuse to take players seriously for making the most of every contact made with a defender, then players won't take the rules seriously either.
Arsenal may have to call upon David Ospina when they play Tottenham on Saturday, but would he really be any worse than Petr Cech at the moment?
In this edition of the Daily Cannon Arsenal podcast, Matthew is joined by Anita & special guest Tim from @7amkickoff to talk about transfer...
The S*n have targeted Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang for their latest hatchet job the day after he scored his first goal for the club and it appears as if the story might be overblown to say the least. Shocking, I know!
Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang have been at the club for a short while, but can already be considered two of Arsene Wenger's most significant signings.
Oops! February caught me off guard and the monthly wallpaper is only arriving after we've already played one match!
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scored on his Arsenal debut on Saturday, and the Gunners put five past Everton without Alexandre Lacazette. Here's why I think it's too early to draw any conclusions.
Arsenal's second largest shareholder, Alisher Usmanov, owns 30.4% of the club and is worth an estimated $16bn, so how did the 64-year-old make his money and are all those stories about him true?
Arsene Wenger seems far more excited by Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's arrival than he ever did about Alexandre Lacazette's.
Alexandre Lacazette was the marquee striker we all thought we needed, but things have worked out a lot differently than expected.
Ian Wright can see problems at Arsenal but his scatter gun approach to punditry is beginning to backfire. Like many pundits on TV, Wright sells...
Arsenal made the best out of several bad situations this January transfer window, and with more players moving in and out of the club than any winter in recent memory, this month has felt like a whirlwind.
Arsenal's January 2018 transfer window had more in common than the NBA than football - but why?
The Arsenal players put in another abject display away from home as they went down 3-1 to Swansea.
In this edition of the Daily Cannon Arsenal podcast, Matthew and Paul talk tactics, transfers and being Carabao Cup final-bound.
Arsenal face Swansea City on Tuesday, and with the squad rapidly changing many of us are expecting it to be an interesting match... for good and bad reasons.
When initial reports stated Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang was getting €10m-a-year until 2021, many wondered why he would sign. It turns out he's getting paid much more, however...
Arsenal could lose Olivier Giroud to Chelsea a week after Alexis Sanchez joined Manchester United. Would any other top-six club sell two top strikers to two rivals in the same window?
Emile Smith-Rowe scored a fantastic goal for Arsenal u23s at the weekend against Sunderland, drawing astonishment from Arsenal fans and going viral in the process.
In December, Nick Cohen wrote a piece for The Guardian saying football fans should be asking the hard questions about the money behind leading clubs. To do that, let's look at Arsenal's main sponsor, Emirates.
Mauricio Pochettino has revealed that he would rather work on a farm that be in charge of Arsenal, which is nice...
Arsene Wenger says that it's unlikely that Santi Cazorla will play this season and, after his 10th surgery, the 33-year-old's chances of returning to action for Arsenal are looking slimmer by the day.
Mauricio Pochettino had a dig at Arsene Wenger recently after his comment regarding pundits celebrating teams that hadn't made a final in 25 years was taken as a slant on Tottenham or Liverpool.
Arsenal fans are beginning to panic over their club taking too long to secure Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's signature but really there's no need to be worried - and here's why.
Arsenal beat Chelsea 2-1 in the League Cup semi-final on Wednesday night, but fans were unhappy with Alex Iwobi's performance.
The League Cup doesn't always get the best reception from football fans nowadays, but that doesn't mean the competition isn't worth winning.
After Arsenal's semi-final win against Chelsea on Wednesday night, we've outlined the statistics that show London is still most certainly red.
Arsenal fans weren't happy with Alexandre Lacazette after Wednesday's Carabao Cup semi-final victory over Chelsea, despite the Frenchman playing a large part in the winning goal.
Here is your comprehensive daily round-up of Arsenal-related programmes on radio and TV for Wednesday, January 24.
Sometimes it’s hard to be an Arsenal fan. Who am I trying to kid, most of the time it’s f**king awful, but some times are worse than others.
Phil Neville says he’s “honoured” after being appointed head coach of England Women, and believes the Lionesses could achieve “something special” after signing a three-and-a-half year deal.
Apart from Calum Chambers in October, the last person at Arsenal to sign a new contract was Arsene Wenger. Chambers is the only player in 12 months to put pen to paper.
In this edition of the Daily Cannon Arsenal podcast, Matthew and Anita are happier than we’ve come to expect from people insane enough to follow the Arsenal.
Goals, creativity, the ability to unlock tight defences and greasing the palms of Mino Raiola could be the reasons why Jose Mourinho signed Henrikh Mkhitaryan, if you want the quick answer.
Arsenal may be losing a quality player in Alexis Sanchez, but they can return to playing the way they used to.
Now that Arsenal have reached the Conti Cup final against Manchester City, it is time to get angry at the FA
Arsenal's transfer setup is getting more complicated with a number of new appointments over the last year. We've broken that down with an overview what they all do.
In an exclusive interview with Daily Cannon Tyreece John-Jules revealed how the move to Arsenal came about, how he’s progressing in the youth setup, and told us his hopes for the future.
On Wednesday, Theo Walcott left Arsenal to complete a permanent transfer to Everton, after almost 12 years at the club. We're looking at how much his North London spell cost.
Alexis Sanchez's will only be the second player Arsenal have sold Manchester United since Arsene Wenger came on board in 1996.
Theo Walcott has completed his move to Everton, ending a 12-year-stay at the Emirates Stadium where he made just shy of 400 appearances in all competitions, scoring over 100 goals.
The Gunners want Henrikh Mkhitaryan from Manchester United in a deal for Alexis Sanchez. He's a closer replacement to Mesut Ozil, but which of the two is a better option for Arsenal?
It's getting increasingly hard to get angry at players for not wanting to play at Arsenal - who would at the moment?
In this edition of the Daily Cannon Arsenal podcast, Matthew is joined by Lee to discuss how Alexis is sh*t anyway, while pondering if Arsene Wenger has any friends and why.
All he wants to do is play! It’s something you hear constantly about Alexis Sanchez and it’s true, but he’s not above wanting to do that for the highest amount possible like all the others.
Here is your comprehensive daily round-up of Arsenal-related programmes on radio and TV for Tuesday, January 15.
After a goalless draw to Chelsea in the League Cup semi-final last week, Arsene Wenger hailed Arsenal's mental strength and team spirit. But this statistic proves the Gunners are lacking.
Arsenal's signing of Alexis Sanchez was supposed to be a step toward success, but the transfers since his arrival haven't been good enough - likely causing his disillusion.
The worst of Arsenal and Arsene Wenger can be seen on the road this season, and the lack of consistency highlights real failings with his management.
For the first time in around 10 years, Arsenal fans were united once again as they called for Arsene Wenger to leave the club. People who had said they wanted him to go but wouldn’t ask for him to be sacked were calling for just that.
Imagine a scenario where Arsene Wenger was either sacked or resigned as Arsenal manager tomorrow.
If you've been watching Arsenal for more than a few weeks, you probably already know how to beat them. But for everyone else, here is our definitive guide.
Arsene Wenger admits Arsenal need to rebuild, and can make that easier by signing up Mesut Özil and Jack Wilshere. Even if they manage to do so, should Wenger be in charge?
As pressure grows, again, on Arsene Wenger to call it a day on Arsenal, the Arsenal manager represents the last of his kind - a long-term club man in a world that has moved on without him.
After matchday 23, Arsenal sit sixth. Having just lost to 17th (at the time) Bournemouth, everything appears to have hit rock bottom.
There was a sharp rise in the number of injured players in the Injury League during the 'Festive Season'.
There is no way for Wenger to redeem himself to enable a long-term stay at the club beyond 2019 when his current contract expires. Even...
‘That Greek boy’. That’s how Arsene Wenger referred to his newest addition, Kostantinos Mavropanos, during his post Nottingham Forest press conference.
Waking up on Saturday morning to read reports that Phil Neville was the frontrunner and favourite to take the England’s women’s job, I wasn’t sure if I was still asleep or drunk from the night before, even though I hadn’t even been drinking.
Seemingly out of nowhere, Arsenal sold Francis Coquelin to Valencia, so what happened and why did Arsene Wenger seem happy to get rid of the player?
Eddie Howe resembles the best and worst of Arsene Wenger.
Francis Coquelin was unwanted at Arsenal, but could shine under Marcelino at Valencia.
Arsene Wenger has said that Alexandre Lacazette may be suffering from a lack of confidence - a problem that he has contributed to.
Valencia have signed Francis Coquelin on a permanent deal. The Frenchman leaves Arsenal after almost 10 years with the club.
With Theo Walcott's expected to leave Arsenal this month, we can't help but wonder if Arsene Wenger ruined him, or if was he always destined to be disappointing.
Facing Chelsea twice in the space of a week is far from ideal but it should be entirely different to the 2-2 draw in the Premier League.
Arsenal's form has taken a notable dip after Aaron Ramsey pulled his hamstring, having struggled for wins in recent weeks, and failing to pick up a clean sheet of late too.
In this edition of the Daily Cannon Arsenal podcast, Matthew and Stephen bemoan embarrassment at Nottingham Forest and also make sense of the Chelsea game.
Arsenal and Chelsea have both been drawn away games in the fourth round of the Women's FA Cup.
Alexis Sanchez reportedly looks set to leave Arsenal for £35m, while Mesut Ozil could leave for free in the summer. Why aren't Arsenal getting true value for their talent?
The longer Arsene Wenger stays at Arsenal, the more records he sets. Unfortunately, not all of them are good.
Arsenal have had recent success in the FA Cup, but Sunday's third round defeat to Nottingham Forest was an unwelcome return to Arsene Wenger's embarrassing 2006-2013 period.
Arsenal were on the receiving end of yet more questionable refereeing during their 4-2 loss to Nottingham Forest - a common theme this season it seems.
Jack Wilshere has revealed that he's been gluten and dairy-free for six weeks but what impact will that actually have on his health - if any?
Arsene Wenger's outrage against referees could create a siege mentality at the club, but would that be a good thing?
Us Gooners always knew that Arsenal were the biggest club in London, but now it's official!
Now that we've reached the end of 2017, we're taking a look back at the top-three standout Arsenal youth prospects of the year.
Arsenal Women meet Chelsea Ladies on Sunday, and we spoke to striker Beth Mead who revealed her England hopes, working under a new boss and previewed the weekend clash – in an exclusive interview with Daily Cannon.
Ainsley Maitland-Niles needs a chance in midfield, but may be needed at full back more on Sunday.
After letting in Eden Hazard's effort on Wednesday, Petr Cech has still yet to save a penalty for Arsenal.
Ahead of Sunday’s meeting with Chelsea, Ireland defender Louise Quinn believes Arsenal Women can come out on top, and revealed how the Gunners turned their form around – in an exclusive Daily Cannon interview.
Alexandre Lacazette is struggling in front of goal of late, but his performances have still been good for Arsenal.
Mesut Ozil continued his run of good form with a another fine display against Chelsea. The German was a stand-out performer in the 2-2 draw...
Ainsley Maitland-Niles was very impressive against Chelsea on Wednesday night, catching the eyes of fans, pundits and his own manager with his performance.
As July got underway, Arsenal were undergoing the final preparations for their pre-season tour.
Arsenal face Chelsea for the second time this season after drawing 0-0 at Stamford Bridge back in September and it's hard to know what to expect.
The tail-end of last season was bittersweet for Arsenal supporters, with an FA Cup triumph softening a failure to attain Champions League football.
Since the last transfer window closed at the start of September, we've been keeping an eye on players that have been linked with Arsenal.
After Gabriel Jesus picked up an injury on Sunday that left him in tears, many people speculated that Man City would move for Alexis in January to replace their fallen star.
In this edition of the Daily Cannon Arsenal podcast, Matthew and Sylvain discuss a good result at Palace and a poor one at West Brom.
Mike Dean struck again on Sunday, costing Arsenal a win against West Bromwich Albion, and statistics give weight to the conspiracy he's been unfavourable to the Gunners.
In true Arsenal style, after the busy festive period and back-to-back defeats to Everton and Manchester City in December, January went rapidly downhill.
Arsenal had another roller coaster year in 2017, with plenty of heroes and villains contributing to such drama on and off the pitch.
Olivier Giroud, Alexandre Lacazette and Mesut Ozil all found the back of the net in 2017, but what were Arsenal's top five goals?
While enduring managerial controversy, England Women enjoyed a successful 2017, lighting up the European Championships and World Cup qualifiers with standout performances and goals.
Mesut Ozil provided 12 assists across all competitions in 2017 but which are his best?
Arsenal played with red socks and red shorts for Sunday’s Premier League meeting with West Bromwich Albion, due to fears of kit clash, and supporters were not happy.
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has conceded defeat in his pursuit of Arsenal’s Alexis Sanchez, admitting the Chile forward “is going to stay” at the Emirates until the summer.
It's that time of year again when we reflect on the best and worst of Arsenal. And let's face it, the 'worst' column is the longest.
With 2017 coming to a close, it's time to look back on Arsenal's three best performers of the year. There haven't been many obvious candidates.
Nacho Monreal has gone from being a decent left-back, to a key central defender for Arsenal in 2017, and has been the Gunners' most-improved player of the year.
Now we've reached the end of 2017, let's look back at Arsenal's transfer business, rating all the ins and outs over the last 12 months.
Arsene Wenger has signed many players over the year, but what is he looking for when he enters the transfer market?
Arsenal Women struggled in 2017, failing to add to their trophy cabinet and missing out on the Champions League. But here are their three top performers who can hold their heads high.
There are a number of things Arsenal could do in the January transfer window to improve their position as a club, but let's look at what are the most important issues for the Gunners to focus on.
Arsene Wenger hasn't always been truthful when talking about transfers.
It's safe to say that 2017 hasn't been the best year to be an Arsenal fan but what are the absolute worst things about being a Gooner?
2017 is almost at a close, so what will 2018 bring us?
Arsene Wenger has now beaten Sir Alex Ferguson's record of 810 games in charge of Manchester United by managing his 811th.
2017 saw a number of fresh young faces make their first team debut, but who should we lookout for in the new year?
Hello and welcome to 2018!
When the FA WSL was formed in 2011, Arsenal Ladies were a dominant force in women's football and now they're a shadow of their former selves - what happened?
Loving Arsene Wenger yet also wanting him to leave the club is no contradiction.
Arsenal could rely on the dreaded internal solutions should they lose both Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez.
Arsenal haven't been getting the best out of their record signing Alexandre Lacazette this season.
Arsene Wenger claims that this current Arsenal squad are the most focused group of players he's worked with in his life and, to be honest, I'm a little confused by this.
Mesut Özil and Alexis Sanchez are set to leave the Gunners for free next summer, unless they commit to new deals in the near future. We're looking at who would be available on a free to replace them.
Arsenal face West Brom at the Hawthorns on New Year's Eve and if the 3-2 win over Crystal Palace is anything to go by, I'd say we're in for a 'treat'... and I use that term loosely.
With this being my last column for 2017, I'm going to try and answer the three biggest issues facing Arsenal in 2018, as they try to keep up with their rivals and not let another season slip into the abyss that is Europa League football.
Back in June, Arsene Wenger admitted that his uncertain contract situation may have cost Arsenal a top four finish last season, but a year later we could be about to experience it all over again.
Liverpool typically go to Southampton when they need a signing, but which club has Arsenal signed the most players from?
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho believes he needs to spend even more money despite already outspending most of his rivals.
Arsenal were once again linked with Paris Saint-Germain's Julian Draxler, and supporters are warming to the idea of his signing, should Alexis Sanchez leave next month or next summer.
In this bumper Christmas special of the Daily Cannon Arsenal podcast, Matthew is joined by Anita and Helen, who try to remember anything about beating West Ham and make sense of the customary madness against Liverpool.
Arsenal have a pretty mediocre record when it comes to Boxing Day fixtures but what are Arsenal's five best Box Day wins?
Fifteen years ago, on the 16th November 2002, Thierry Henry scored that goal against Tottenham Hotspur, but was it overrated?
Happy Christmas from the whole team at Daily Cannon
If Mesut Ozil does decide to sign a new deal with Arsenal, what have we bribed offered him to stay?
Mikel Arteta has been mentioned as Arsene Wenger's successor and Arsenal fans seem pretty split on the rumour.
As Gooners, we've gotten used to feeling stressed and as if we're on the brink of some sort of episode, however, there are coping mechanisms for Arsenal fans available, especially over the Christmas period.
A potential squad overhaul, a new contract for our best player and an ex-player returning as manager are getting me excited.
Instead of having an awful November, Arsenal have opted to have a terrible December instead, so will they ruin Christmas?
Born in Prague on 4th October 1980, Tomas Rosicky had football in his blood.
In this latest edition of the Daily Cannon podcast, Stephen is joined by Paul and Anita to revel in the Xmas spirit before West Ham and Liverpool put a lump of coal in our stocking.
Only one Premier League side have conceded more goals in the opening fifteen minutes of games than Arsenal have this season.
It was another busy weekend for Arsenal, and with most of us spending it watching Özil's volley against Newcastle on repeat, I wouldn't blame you for missing a few things.
With Arsenal's 2017/18 third kit being vastly more popular with Gooners than their home and away strips, we take a look some of the best Arsenal kits to ever exist.
Jeff Reine-Adelaide is a player many fans are excitedly waiting on to make a breakthrough in the senior team, but that seems to be taking longer and longer to happen, so what's going on with the 19-year-old, and will he ever get the chance he needs for Arsenal?
Santi Cazorla's Arsenal contract expires in the summer, and after giving him a year extension last year, will Arsenal offer him another?
Ainsley Maitland-Niles has played everywhere in defence and midfield, but where will end up in the future?
Continuing on with wallpapers dedicated to our amazing women's team, this time around, I decided to go with a set of phone wallpapers featuring several stars from the current team.
Arsenal have yet to offer Jack Wilshere a new contract with Wenger changing the timeframe on it, but does Serge Gnabry's departure give a hint as to what's really going on?
Almost six months after Hector Bellerin was linked with a £40m move to Barcelona, we look at whether insisting he stayed at Arsenal was such a good idea after all.
The need for a new number one next season is growing by the game. But who could we get?
After Willock, Nelson and Nketiah, who is the next young star Arsenal fans should keep an eye on?
Arsenal have started to spend more money over the last few years, despite what many will tell you, but are the team actually getting any better as a result?
This week has been a long time in coming for Arsenal, because seven years ago West Ham offered them a glimpse of their future should they fail to take another path.
Eddie Nketiah took just seconds to show Arsenal fans why they should be excited about him, so is he the real deal?
Just 21, Vivianne Miedema has scored 114 goals in 132 games. But who is this player who’s proving that the female of the species is just as deadly as the male?
The Arsenal academy has produced some fine players down the years, but who were the best?
Although it feels as if Arsenal fans have been at the end of their tether with Alexis Sanchez for a few months, the Southampton match appeared to push many over the edge. Here's why.
Arsene Wenger addressed issues about Olivier Giroud's playing time, contract situations, his team's defenders and sumo wrestling.
In this latest edition of the Daily Cannon podcast, Matthew is buoyed by beating BATE, sighs about a Saints stalemate, and is hopeful about being hosted by the newly happy Hammers.
Olivier Giroud equalled the Premier League record for most goals from a substitute at a single club at the weekend, but Arsenal fans shouldn't be surprised.
Development team captain Anna Filbey was named in the Arsenal squad to face Liverpool, but the game was unfortunately postponed due to the weather.
Who are they really and what do they want for Arsenal?
Arsenal will face Östersunds in the Europa League last-32, after the draw took place on Monday.
Another Arsenal away game, another embarrassing display from men who earn more in a week than I probably have in my entire life.
There are many things synonymous with Arsenal: attractive football, high quality and technical players, success and, unfortunately, long and serious injuries. This article first...
Olivier Giroud has been linked with an Arsenal exit in the winter window (and isn't denying it), but we've think that would be a rather stupid decision.
Imagine a scenario where Arsene Wenger was either sacked or resigned as Arsenal manager tomorrow.
Joe Montemurro is the "Melbourne boy" about to embark on a big adventure at Arsenal.
When Vlad Dragomir travelled to Belarus back in September, it was his first taste of the first-team with the Gunners, but he'd already made his senior debut two years earlier.
At the beginning of November, Alex Scott announced that she would be leaving Arsenal and retiring from playing football at the end of the season, so what's next for the soon-to-be former right-back?
Last Saturday's loss to Manchester United was not an easy one to take. For all the fight in the dog, Arsenal made enough defensive mistakes to find a way to lose again to Jose Mourinho.
The Arsenal Women are one of the most successful women's football teams ever, and certainly in England. We've put together a list of the five best players of all time for the side.
There wasn't a Gooner alive who didn't feel excited after Eddie Nketiah came on in the cup match and scored his first senior goal after just 15 seconds!
This weekend was the first proper winter league weekend where adverse weather was likely to affect the fixture list - and affect it it did.
When Arsenal Football Club was founded as Dial Square in 1886, nobody could have dreamed that we would see fixtures moved for the benefit of TV companies beaming the game to millions, so how did we get from one to the other?
With David Silva the latest name added to the list of players Arsène Wenger rejected, let's see if we can make an XI from players Arsenal have snubbed.
Laurent Koscielny is a fine defender, but Arsenal must become less dependent on him.
Let's take a trip back to the 1930s, to look at one of the first players you could truly call an "Arsenal legend", Alex James.
A recent 'Price of Football' study revealed only 4% of season ticket holders are young adults. So why is the percentage so small?
Mauricio Pochettino has done great work with Tottenham, but Arsene Wenger has still won more points at Arsenal than the Argentine has with Spurs in the last three years.
The Europa League group stage has been and gone, and, if nothing else, it's been a novel experience.
Arsenal players from both the Women's and Men's team went to visit patients at Whittington Hospital, Homerton Hospital and Teenage Cancer Trust.
In this latest edition of the Daily Cannon podcast, Matthew is joined by Anita and Stephen to review the week's action.
Arsenal fans aren't happy with claims made by Mark Clattenburg, after he admitted avoiding send off Tottenham players in a game to avoid getting blamed for ending their title challenge.
Nacho Monreal isn't a natural centre-back, but the statistics show why he's doing such a good job at the back for Arsenal in the last 18 months.
Arsenal are in grave danger of losing the most Premier League games in a season under Arsène Wenger, if they continue as they've started.
David De Gea said he felt unbeatable against Arsenal on Saturday, despite still not being able to keep a clean sheet against them.
Aaron Ramsey is fast becoming one of the best box-to-box midfielders in the Premier League, and the statistics back up such a claim.
In most Gooners' eyes, Jack Wilshere can do very little wrong.
It's now been over a month since Walcott last played for Arsenal, so what's happening with the 28-year-old England international?
With Santi Cazorla's career potentially over at Arsenal after a latest injury setback, Charlie Gilmour may well be the heir to his throne.
By beating Brighton on the 1st October, Arsène Wenger claimed the record for the most Premier League sides defeated as a manager, we've put together the complete list of every single one.
Arsenal lost 3-1 against Manchester United on Saturday, as the Gunners failed to take advantage of an opportunity to solidify a top-four place.
Arsenal shot themselves in the foot again not once or twice but three times allowing Manchester United to run out 3-1 winners in a game they should have lost heavily.
Arsenal winning against Manchester United isn't that rare but facing them is never a walk in the park... well almost never.
It's the most wonderful time of the year! Or is it? I don't know, we'll see, after the nine matches we have this December are...
Arsenal face Manchester United at the Emirates on Saturday, in one of the biggest games of the league season.
Although there seems to be a generally positive feeling surrounding Arsenal Football Club at the moment, will it last?
After the World Cup draw took place earlier this afternoon, we're looking at who the Arsenal players will face at the competition next summer.
After the success of Issue 1, we are delighted to bring you an even bigger and better Issue 2. Featuring over 30 articles and containing...
Arsenal have made a number of additions to their backroom and coaching staff this season, after chief executive Ivan Gazidis promised a "catalyst for change" in the summer.
With Arsenal set to face Manchester United on Saturday, we look at some of the Gunners' greatest rivalries.
November has been an excellent month for Arsenal, but a poor one for Tottenham, as the Lilywhites are now closer to the bottom of the Premier League table than the top.
Arsenal have officially announced their new appointment: former Barcelona director of football, Raul Sanllehi. But what does this mean for Arsene Wenger?
Arsenal have received a boost ahead of their match against Manchester United at the weekend, as Romelu Lukaku escapes a ban for an alleged kick in their match against Brighton.
In this latest edition of the Daily Cannon podcast, Matthew is joined by Helen to bask in beating Burnley, as well as consider the Kolasinac contradiction and Mustafi's comeback.
Raul Sanllehi, Michael Zorc and Marc Overmars have all been linked with Arsenal, but who would be the best choice?
When Arsenal signed Alexandre Lacazette over the summer, there seemed to be quite a few people with doubts about what he'd bring to the team.
Arsenal appointed Sven Mislintat as Head of Recruitment. He joined with a glowing reputation from his time at Borussia Dortmund, and will hope to replicate such success with the Gunners.
It sounds simplistic, but Arsenal need their big players for the big occasions.
Hector Bellerin hasn't quite turned into the excellent full back we all thought he could be.
Manchester United beat Arsenal to the signing of Henrikh Mkhitaryan in 2016 but what would life have been like for him and the Gunners if he had made a different choice?
Arsene Wenger's recent suggestion that Danny Welbeck hasn't been able to reach his best form at Arsenal because of his injury-woes got me thinking: will we ever see the best of Welbz?
If Arsenal finished runners-up in the Premier League and won a piece of silverware from the Carabao Cup, FA Cup or Europa League, I'd consider that a good season.
In October, Ben Sheaf made his Arsenal senior debut against Red Star Belgrade. But what do we know about the 19-year-old?
Mesut Ozil is reportedly demanding £330k-per-week in wages from Barcelona if they want to sign him in January, but is he really?
An Arsenal fan has described what it was like to finally meet his 'hero' Arsene Wenger at London Colney recently and it seems the encounter couldn't have gone better.
Arsenal will come up against high-flying Burnley on Sunday afternoon and there are any number of things that could go wrong.
In this latest edition of the Daily Cannon podcast, Matthew is joined by Paul to discuss painting the town red and the end of the Mike Dean curse.
After Arsenal's win over Tottenham, some pundits claimed it was the best they'd ever seen them play, but was it really?
When Arsenal's social media team trolled a Daily Mail journalist after their 2-0 win over Tottenham on Saturday, they probably weren't expecting their innocuous tweet to send a bunch of sports writers into a prolonged meltdown.
One of the best parts of Arsenal's 2-0 win over Tottenham on Saturday has been laughing at the journos, former players and pundits who predicted that the Gunners would be completely humiliated.
Before last season, Arsenal finished above Tottenham for 21 seasons in a row yet talk of 'power shifts' will still abound despite Arsenal's win on Saturday.
And here we are again - Mesut is back to being amazing and important! A part of me was just waiting for the time it...
Arsenal will need to sign a new centre back in the summer when Per Mertesacker retires. So who is out there?
Arsenal currently only have two dedicated wing-backs in the senior squad: why is this and will we sign more in January?
Laurent Koscielny put in a solid performance against Spurs on Saturday afternoon but has he still got that same ability, which prompted Gooners to nickname him 'the Boss' in the first place?
Arsenal secured an overdue win over Tottenham on Saturday afternoon.
Arsenal have once again been linked with a move for Crystal Palace winger, Wilfried Zaha, and it seems some fans are happy to sign him... on one condition.
In this latest edition of the Daily Cannon podcast, Matthew is joined by Anita & Sylvain to get nervous about the noisy neighbours, and look forward to looking back to '89.
In the space of eight days, Arsenal fans got to witness the best and worst of Aaron Ramsey.
With Reiss Nelson, Joe Willock and Ainsley Maitland-Niles now making fairly regular appearances for the first team, we're looking at who might be next in line.
Whatever Petr Cech's form, Arsenal are lacking long-term solutions in goal.
Arsenal and Manchester City could both claim to have the best title win of all time.
Should Olivier Giroud have been given more of a chance during Arsenal's 3-1 loss away to Manchester City on Sunday?
Sead Kolasinac is a pretty hard player but where does he rank in Arsenal's top five?
Our rivals have no problem convincing players to pull out of international duty if need be, so why don't Arsenal play the game?
This week in the world of Arsenal, it has all been about remembering that amazing night in 1989, when we beat the odds and won the Championship in the dying last seconds of the last match, away to Liverpool.
That was the question posed in this month’s editorial meeting, but the more I thought about it, the more I felt that, never mind the answer, there was a problem with the question itself.
Three at the back was fun for a while, but it's time go back to the drawing board at Arsenal.
This week, Laurent Koscielny announced his retirement from international football.
Arsenal's loanees aren't playing and they aren't developing.
Losing my faith in Arsene Wenger has hit me pretty hard.
There are many reasons why Arsenal miss Santi Cazorla, but the simple joy of seeing him play is by far the biggest.
Arsenal's goalkeeper problems run deeper than just personnel.
Alexis Sanchez has been well off his 2016/17 form in this current campaign, so we're asking if it's time to give someone else a chance in the team?
Aaron Ramsey has reached 50 goals for Arsenal but which ones are his best?
Ah, the Europa League! Some hate it, some refuse to acknowledge it but I think most Arsenal fans have grown to love it over the past few group stage matches. Well, at least I have!
Calls for Eddie Nketiah to be given a chance in the Premier League are premature.
For the last few months, Granit Xhaka's performances for Switzerland have consistently been better than they've been for Arsenal. We're exploring why that might be.
On Wednesday evening I had the chance to attend the premiere of Universal Studio's new movie "89" about the title win at Anfield that year.
When Mesut Özil joined Arsenal in 2013, it was supposed to be a watershed moment where the club pushed on and moved to the next level in the transfer market.
In this latest edition of the Daily Cannon podcast, Stephen is joined by Helen and Anita to profusely curse whilst reviewing the games against Red Star Belgrade and Manchester City.
While Arsenal are struggling to find goals from the likes of Alexis Sanchez, Mesut Özil and Alex Iwobi, Lucas Perez is scoring for fun on loan at Deportivo.
Alexandre Lacazette was Arsenal's star signing this summer, but he's certainly not being treated like one.
The most forgotten man at Arsenal could prove surprisingly useful in the short-term, but shouldn't be at the club beyond this season.
Another big away game, another disappointment. At this stage, it's hard to muster up any emotion other than that.
It's that time again: there's an international break looming. What's an Arsenal fan to do?
The previous decade has seen plenty of players turned into scapegoats.
The topic of whether Tottenham Hotspur have actually eclipsed Arsenal makes me want to cry a little bit.
After Ivan Gazidis claimed that Arsenal's performances were objectively very good relative to spending, one blogger tried to establish the truth of his statement. Can you guess how much he found?
Arsene Wenger is synonymous with longevity, but 1,000 league games should be beyond him.
There's nothing left to cling to - it's time accept that Arsenal are a fading force.
We got amazing feedback from everyone after our Danielle Carter wallpaper last month (even she liked it!) so I decided to do more for our amazing women's team.
After Arsenal's 3-1 loss to Manchester City, here are the five things we learned from the match.
It's painful to admit, but Tottenham have a really good team these days.
Five things to look out for during Manchester City v Arsenal
Jack Wilshere is playing football again, but the question remains: what is his best position?
After Arsenal's match against Red Star Belgrade in mid-week, yet another pundit told Theo Walcott he should leave the Gunners. But will he, and if so, when?
After drawing 0-0 at home to Red Star Belgrade on Thursday night, Arsenal have secured qualification to the knockout stages of the Europa League with two games to spare, and did so without risking any of their big names players in the process. Job done, right?
Arsenal travel away to the most in-form team in the league on Sunday. Is there any way this won't be a complete disaster?
Arsenal have been without Santi Cazorla for over 12 months but if you think it's been long for us as fans, you should hear how it's been for our midfield maestro.
While Manchester City don't immediately spring to mind when you think about Arsenal's historic rivalries, the Sky Blues have actually be a thorn in Arsene Wenger's side for almost a decade.
There have been many pretenders, but none have come close to Arsenal's magnificent achievement.
Arsenal drew 0-0 with Red Star Belgrade in the Europa League on Thursday night.
Arsène Wenger says that Mathieu Debuchy can play at centre-back, now that he's fully recovered from his injury troubles, but should he?
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October's almost over and Arsenal are now 10 Premier League games deep, but have we learned anything?
In this latest edition of the Daily Cannon podcast, Matthew and Stephen discuss an eventful week, with a tumultuous AGM overshadowing a breakout performance from Eddie Nketiah.
Aaron Ramsey became the 11th player to score 50 goals under Arsene Wenger on Saturday but who are the other 10?
Alexis Sanchez's form in front of goal has declined, but this was expected to happen.
Here we are, the dreaded November we fear every season.
With Sead Kolašinac performing so well after joining the Gunners for free over the summer, we're looking at the best and worst of some of Arsène Wenger's other free transfers.
Wenger and his players spoke of the mental strength required to do so, but what does it say that they keep falling behind in the first place?
Are Arsenal fans over-hyping Eddie Nketiah or is the 18-year-old striker the real deal?
Nacho Monreal is fast becoming a fan favourite with at Arsenal, as one of the team's most consistent performers.
Alexandre Lacazette is now on five goals scored for the season but will he be able to catch up with the likes of Harry Kane and Alvaro Morata?
Granit Xhaka's form this season is a concern for Arsenal.
Eagle-eyed Arsenal fans have noticed that Aaron Ramsey has switched back from New Balance football boots to Adidas and are convinced that the change could help his form, but does it actually make a difference?
After two goals in the space of a week won Alex Iwobi a lot of favour with fans of Arsenal and Nigeria, we're looking at whether goals are necessary for the 21-year-old to be an important part of the Gunners' first-team.
Arsenal came from behind to win yet again at the Emirates this season.
Arsene Wenger insists Theo Walcott still has a future at the club, but he shouldn't.
The Arsenal annual general meeting proved to be as entertaining as ever.
Over his three years' tenure at the club, Pedro Losa managed some good cup results, but had nothing to show in the League with...
At Arsenal’s AGM on Thursday, Ivan Gazidis explained to the audience that the Gunners are 'the most over-performing team in the Premier League' but his comments not only rang hollow, they contradict everything he’s led fans to believe in the past.
Ivan Gazidis reckons Arsenal have put success before money, but have they really?
It's two years to the day that Alex Iwobi made his debut for Arsenal.
Arsène Wenger gave a speech to the shareholders at the Annual General Meeting on Thursday, and we've written up a full transcript for you.
Mathieu Debuchy has returned to Arsenal's starting line-up for Europa League and League Cup matches and been pretty solid, but does he have a future at the club?
Arsenal made it through to the fifth round of the Carabao Cup on Tuesday night thanks to a brace from 18-year-old Eddie Nketiah, but who is he?
In this latest edition of the Daily Cannon podcast, Stephen is joined by Helen (and her dog) to review the wins at Belgrade and Everton, and wax lyrical over Alexis, Lacazette and Ozil finally playing together.
After Arsenal put five goals past Everton on Sunday, we looked at the five things learned from the Gunners' performance.
Arsenal have conceded the most Premier League penalties since the beginning of the 2016/17 season after Troy Deeney's spot-kick for Watford found the back of the net, but why?
The January transfer window is a couple of months away, so we're looking at the last few winter windows, to try and get an idea of the kind of business Arsenal might do this year.
Whatever Arsenal's struggles, turning down £60m for Alexis was the right call... provided they don't sell him in January.
I can't help but believe that Wojciech Szczesny signing for Juventus in the summer had a knock-on affect for the rest of the squad.
Arsenal have no leaders and are too soft. That was the line trotted out after the defeat to Watford last Saturday.
Despite committing to a new shape, the same problems keep appearing at Arsenal.
Petr Čech has a contract until 2019, but with the goalkeeper turning 36 in May, we're asking if Arsenal should be looking to replace him.
This week, former Republic of Ireland international Tony Cascarino pointed out that Arsene Wenger doesn't yet trust Alexandre Lacazette and it got me thinking: did the manager even want to sign him or was it just to appease the fans?
Arsenal's indifferent start to the season makes them seem they aren't set up for success and may need to improve the squad in the winter transfer window. But what do they need?
Mohamed Elneny ended up sticking around when many expected him to leave Arsenal over the summer. But was that good news for the Gunners?
Whether it's Marc Overmars or someone else, Arsenal need a Director of Football to catch up with the competition.
Arsenal suffered defeat in their last away game in the Premier League, and are still without a win on the road this season. So what's going wrong for the Gunners on their travels?
Before the start of the new season, Mesut Ozil seemed set on staying at Arsenal. Now, however, he's reportedly told the club he's joining Manchester United. So what changed?
While I realise Arsenal have a Europa League match against Red Star Belgrade on Thursday night, my brain has already checked that one off the list.
In this latest edition of the Daily Cannon podcast, Matthew is joined by Anita, Paul & special guest Miloš Vukelić from @ArsenalSerbia to look back in apathy at Watford.
Petr Čech has still failed to save a single penalty with Arsenal, conceding yet another spot-kick to Watford at the weekend to take his tally to 12.
Arsene Wenger slammed the "unbelievable" penalty decision that he feels lost Arsenal the game.
Barney Ronay wrote this week that the "Age of Özil" is over at Arsenal so we thought we'd take a look and see if that's really the case.
Eddie Nketiah got his first competitive minutes for Arsenal's senior side against BATE Borisov, and today we're looking at whether he could push on for the first team like Marcus Rashford has for Manchester United.
The manager, players, referee and even the international break were cited as reasons for Arsenal's defeat, so which one was it?
Paul Merson came out with more anti-Özil comments ahead of the weekend's clash between Arsenal and Watford, even though the facts go against everything he's saying.
Had it all gone to plan, Jack Wilshere would have been England captain by now.
Carlo Ancelotti has been sacked by Bayern Munich and the latest rumours claim that the former Chelsea boss could be taking over at Arsenal, but is he the right man to succeed Arsene Wenger?
After the result at Watford, I wasn't really in the mood for designing wallpapers, but hey, here I am.
With rumours of an exit in the winter window continuing to distract from anything Alexis Sanchez does on the pitch, we're asking how much we can expect from the Chilean before then.
Club football is back, as Arsenal face Watford at Vicarage Road on Saturday in the Gunners' eighth match of the season.
With Olivier Giroud once again struggling for game time this season and the World Cup in Russia next year, could the France international be heading for the exit sooner rather than later?
In this latest edition of the Daily Cannon podcast, Matthew is joined by Sylvain and Watford FC vlogger Paul Muzzy to preview the upcoming clash at Vicarage Road, and to round up the international news.
Arsenal have had a variety of top scorers since the Premier League's inception in 1992, can you remember them all? Which one has won the most awards?
The English media is threatening to collapse under the weight of their own hypocrisy when it comes to the two clubs from North London, Arsenal and Tottenham.
The Europa League has, so far, been a fun and novel experience for Arsenal fans.
Since leaving Arsenal in 2013, Gervinho has played in Italy and now plys his trade in China.
Alex Iwobi could be Arsenal's unlikely internal solution to their Mesut Ozil problem.
Arsenal's squad will be undergoing some significant changes next summer.
When the Gunners lost 4-0 to Liverpool just a week after yet another failure to overturn Stoke away from home it looked like the team was in for another long season.
Arsenal have a few players with contracts expiring at the end of the year, so if they all end up leaving and the Gunners don't want to make a big loss on transfers, perhaps Wenger should look at bringing in one or two freebies of his own.
Reiss Nelson is one of the most exciting prospects to come out of Arsenal's academy in years.
Back in 1921, Arsenal spent £5 on the signature of goalkeeper John Hardy "Jock" Robson, making him the club's smallest ever 'keeper.
Between being a target for the media and Arsenal's on-pitch fortunes, it's no surprise that Mesut Ozil could be soon leaving the club.
With another bid for control of Arsenal reportedly being rejected this week, we're taking a look at the current situation the club are in.
There are certain things that you'll only understand if you're an Arsenal fan.
Arsenal's 2017/18 away kit caused a bit of a stir among fans since no one actually appears to like it.
With seven Premier League games played, a League Cup tie completed and two Europa League clashes won, we look at Arsenal's three best players of the season so far.
After reports emerged this week regarding former Gunner Emmanuel Eboue, we decided an informative piece on HIV was needed.
A month ago, Liverpool were flying and Arsenal were on the brink of implosion
Picking out the three worst Arsenal players of the season so far isn't easy.
Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Özil have been the Gunners' star players for the last few years, but the question of which one is more important is being asked more and more.
Back in March, Ronald Koeman was apparently 'perfect' to replace Arsène Wenger at Arsenal, and now he's on the verge of being sacked by Everton, but it's not the first time this has happened.
In this latest edition of the Daily Cannon podcast, Matthew is joined by Anita and Helen beating BATE and Brighton, Giroud joining the 100 club, and the potential importance of Alex Iwobi and Jack Wilshere.
Hector Bellerin has turned into something of a fashion icon since breaking into Arsenal's first team three years ago.
In his recent post-match comments on players, it's started to seem like Arsène Wenger has become a little more firm with his players.
Nacho Monreal and Cesar Azpilicueta are surprisingly similar so it's no wonder comparisons are being made.
Arsenal would be putting an enormous amount of fate in Jack Wilshere by offering him a new contract, but are they right to do so?
Arsenal aren't in action until 14 October when we face Watford away in the Premier League and we're not sure how we're going to survive.
Here are the key things we learned from the 5-2 defeat away to City on Saturday lunchtime that leaves the team struggling in the title race after just two games.
Now that the September matches have drawn to a close, we're taking a look back at the month and what we can learn from it.
Arsenal made light work of Brighton at the Emirates on Sunday with a comprehensive 2-0 win, a scoreline that did not accurately reflect the dominance Arsenal showed. So what did we learn?
Goodbye, September, and hello, October!
Arsenal continued their good form with a 2-0 win over Brighton and Hove Albion. So how did the players do?
Arsenal fans may want the Premier League title, but a top four finish is the best we can hope for.
Olivier Giroud became the 12th fastest player to score 100 goals for Arsenal on Thursday.
After an encouraging first start of the season, it is clear that Jack Wilshere is an attacking midfielder now. This is a BIG problem for Arsenal.
Ivan Gazidis has vowed that Arsenal will continue to invest as they aim to win major trophies, but can fans really trust what he says given his track record?
On Thursday night Olivier Giroud scored his 100th goal for Arsenal, with a penalty against BATE Borisov. Watch all 100 here.
Arsenal have taken a number of youngsters to Belarus for tonight's European encounter with BATE Borisov, with Arsene Wenger rotating the side ahead of a fixture pile-up.
In this latest edition of the Daily Cannon podcast, Stephen is joined by Sylvain to discuss the win over West Brom, and ponder if Lacazette, Özil and Alexis being in the same team will actually work.
There's a reason I'm not as worried about Alexis Sanchez leaving at the end of the season as other Arsenal fans.
Let’s face it, these days there is really no more debate to be had. The AKB v WOB has been so one-side as to make Arsenal away against a top six side seem like a level contest.
It's always exciting to work on a graphic for a new player, or a youngster who just started getting some recognition and becoming a star - but today is even more exciting!
After Arsenal's first League Cup match of the season against Doncaster Rovers, we're looking at whether the Gunners really do have such a good record bringing through youth.
Per Mertesacker has been a rock at the back since joining Arsenal in 2011. Here are a few reasons why the big man should be put back in the starting XI.
Arsene Wenger has amassed more points over the last 100 league games than Jose Mourinho, Mauricio Pochettino and Jurgen Klopp.
After making his first start for Arsenal against Doncaster Rovers, and his third competitive appearance of the season for the Gunners, Reiss Nelson has drawn a lot of attention recently.
With Arsenal recording their lowest ever home attendance against Doncaster on Wednesday night, you may or may not be shocked to learn that Stan Kroeke's other teams are facing similar issues.
Arsenal's League Cup campaign kicks off with a third round tie with Doncaster Rovers tonight, and here we've taken a look at how the Gunners have fared in the competition down the years.
In this latest edition of the Daily Cannon podcast, Matthew is joined by Stephen and Ross to discuss the draw at Chelsea and ponder the long-term prospects if/when Alexis and Özil leave.
Arsenal's Jordan Nobbs picked up two awards at the FA Women's Football Awards recently, after a very good year for the player at both club and international level.
Arsenal put in a battling display to earn a point at Stamford Bridge.
Mesut Özil is often accused of not turning up for the big away games with Arsenal, even if many accept that at home and against the smaller teams he can take a team apart.
Rob Holding is a bright talent, but Arsenal must manage him carefully.
Theo Walcott has a fight on his hands to remain an Arsenal player.
Over the last few years, I have bemoaned Arsenal's resistance towards changing the way they play depending on the opponent they face.
Arsenal have been charged by UEFA following Thursday night's crowd trouble, so what punishment can they expect?
Arsenal have had their first-team photos taken for the 2017/18 season, which included three junior Gunners who won a competition to also feature in the shoot.
In this latest edition of the Daily Cannon podcast, Stephen is joined by Anita and Ross to discuss the victory over Bournemouth and the crowd reaction to Alexis' return.
Alexandre Lacazette is already showing why Arsenal spent a club record fee to sign him from Lyon, and plenty of people around the club have noted how good he could be for the Gunners.
Earlier this week Arsène Wenger talked about how close Arsenal came to signing Kylian Mbappé in the summer of 2016. We're looking at how Mbappé features in the best side of players Wenger almost signed.
The first player I bought in Fantasy Football this season, was Sead Kolašinac - this is why
Well, isn’t winning much more fun than being humiliated yet again?
Selling Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain to Liverpool has restored balance to the Arsenal team.
Danny Welbeck doesn't score often, but when he does, he has an unfortunate habit of falling over.
Arsène Wenger, previously one of the biggest supporters of a system of Financial Fair Play, now wants the current system to be scrapped.
One issue that seems to confuse a large number of football fans is tapping up. We're going to try and clear up what tapping up actually is, as opposed to the normal contact you'd expect in any transfer.
When Santi Cazorla fell injured in a Champions League match against Ludogorets last season, nobody predicted that he would still be out 11 months later.
Arsenal have actually managed to register a comfortable win even if it was against struggling Bournemouth.
Arsenal made light work of poor Bournemouth side, running out easy winners at the Emirates on Saturday afternoon.
Arsenal play Bournemouth at 3pm on Saturday and I for one cannot wait.
Could Arsenal selling Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain actually be fantastic business?
In this latest edition of the Daily Cannon podcast, Matthew is joined by Sylvain to discuss the tumultuous end to the transfer window and figure out Arsenal's best starting XI with the players still around.
Arsenal manager Arsène Wenger still has two years left on his current deal, but that hasn't stopped speculation over who could eventually replace him.
With the dust settled somewhat after deadline day, are things really as bad as we think at Arsenal?
After a promising start and pretty awful end, we are all happy to put August behind us and get on with the season, muttering "only 9 more months of this crap."
Now that we know what our squad for the season will be, how will Arsenal line-up?
Alexis Sanchez is one of the most petulant winners around.
The media has been reporting to fans that Arsenal didn't have any money for signings on deadline day, but is this true?
Today marks four years to the day that Arsenal signed Mesut Ozil, and looking back at comments from the club at the time, you can’t help but think they were spinning a load of bulls**t (shocking, I know).
Today we're looking at who had the best window out of Arsenal, Liverpool and Tottenham.
Manchester City hope that their 'strong relationship' with Alexis will help them in the future.
Alexis Sanchez is a great player, of that there is no doubt. As a person? I’m less convinced.
Arsenal fans believe that Stan Kroenke is responsible for Arsenal's lack of deadline day signings.
The long and arduous 2017 Summer transfer window finally closed last night.
With the transfer window at an end, here are 5 things you can do to fill the void.
The Alexis Sanchez saga twisted and turned until it ultimately lost itself in the mess that is Arsenal Football Club in the transfer market.
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain became just the fifth Arsenal player to move to Liverpool. So who were the other four?
It's all been kicking off for Arsenal in the transfer market this week so what can we expect between now and Deadline Day?
Back in 2012, Arsenal had hopes that a core of British players would become first-team regulars in the future. But years later, it hasn't worked out at all.
In this latest edition of the Daily Cannon podcast, Matthew is joined by Paul and Sylvain to discuss the defeat at Anfield.
Aaron Ramsey has split opinion over last few seasons but we love him here at Daily Cannon and honour him with this wallpaper
Making heads and tails of the Shkodran Mustafi situation is no easy task.
The transfer window closes in just four days time, and Arsenal still have plenty to do.
Arsenal fans were understandably outraged at what could only generously be described as a "performance" from their side at Anfield on Sunday.
Alexis was one of many players who struggled for Arsenal on Sunday, after returning to the side from injury.
A look at the horoscopes for Arsenal fans ahead of this weekend's game against Liverpool
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain now looks determined to quit Arsenal this summer, or leave for free next, but shouldn’t the English man consider what he owes Arsenal after an injury-plagued six-years in London?
If we are to believe latest reports, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain will turn down a contract offer worth £180k-per-week from Arsenal, showing that despite his image of being a true Arsenal fan, he’s just like all the rest.
It's probably fair to say that Arsenal aren't exactly flourishing in the 3-4-2-1 formation this season.
Back in 2006/07, Arsenal Women won the quadruple, with Kelly Smith at the heart of their 44-game unbeaten run, featuring 42 wins, while being involved in a curious incident too.
In this latest edition of the Daily Cannon podcast, Matt and Stephen are joined by newbie Luke Ginnell (Hard G.) to pore over the defeat to Stoke City.
Despite winning the Community Shield, Arsenal have made a less than convincing start to the season. We're going to look at why that might be.
Alexandre Lacazette joined Arsenal for a club record fee this summer, but after the start the Gunners have made, there's a lot for the player to think about.
Mesut Özil has, once again, been picked out by pundits as the reason why Arsenal didn't win a match.
There is something to be said for not panicking after only 2 games of the season but are Arsenal fans right this time?
Arsene Wenger was unhappy with the efforts of his defenders in Arsenal's 1-0 defeat to Stoke, but he must share some of the blame.
After Arsenal's 1-0 defeat to Stoke, Arsène Wenger told the media that Arsenal don't get penalties.
If Arsenal were hoping to convince Alexis Sanchez that North London is the best place for him, they haven't made a very good job of it in the opening weeks of the season.
Breitbart have written an article about gangs bringing migrants from Morocco to Spain, and incredibly have used a picture of Lukas Podolski in the article.
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain continues to impress as an attacking wing-back although he came in for excessive criticism online after his display against Stoke.
Arsenal were defeated 1-0 by Stoke at thArsenal were defeated 1-0 by Stoke at the Bet365 stadium this evening, and there were some very familiar lessons.e Bet365 stadium this evening, and there were some very familiar lessons.
Aaron Ramsey had his usual good game against Stoke despite being constantly booed by the Orcs in the crowd
Arsenal won their first league game of the season last Friday, despite playing a winger at left–back, a left–back at centre–back, another left–back at centre–back, and without the services of their captain, best centre midfielder and best attacker.
Jack Wilshere played his first 73 minutes of football since April on Monday night.
In this latest edition of the Daily Cannon podcast, Matthew is joined by Anita and Ross to look back at our opening night madness against Leicester City.
Ah Granit! The bad boy who isn't actually bad but a really good midfielder.
Arsenal's 4-3 win over Leicester during their Premier League opener on Friday night was like watching an entire season sped up.
The Premier League got off to an absolute cracking start with a Friday night thriller at the Emirates between Arsenal and Leicester.
With rumours once again circulating that Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain could be Liverpool-bound this summer, Arsenal have every right to feel aggrieved.
In this latest edition of the Daily Cannon podcast, Matthew is joined by roving European correspondent Sylvain Jamet.
Petr Cech may still possess a lot of quality, but for how much longer can Arsenal rely on him as their number one?
Neymar has completed his move to Paris Saint-Germain, for a world record fee and we're looking at his wages compared to other top earners, and the top earners at Arsenal.
There's just one month remaining in the transfer window, and Arsenal still have work to do.
With the new Premier League season just five days away, here are six things we learned from Arsenal's pre-season.
Arsenal won again at Wembley to take home the Community Shield, becoming the first team to win the new ABBA penalties.
After his move to PSG, we're looking at how Neymar's massive wages compare to Arsenal's top earners.
With Arsenal set to face Chelsea in the Community Shield on Sunday, we take a look back at some of the Gunners' best moments against their London rivals.
Arsenal face Chelsea on Sunday in the traditional curtain raiser for the new season, the Community Shield.
Jodie Taylor has just been eliminatJodie Taylor has just been eliminated from the European Championships with England, but on a personal level she had a tournament worthy of praise.ed from the European Championships with England, but on a personal level she had a tournament worthy of praise.
Arsenal Women will see four of their players compete for the trophy on Sunday when the Netherlands meet Danemark.
Arsenal have the seventh-best opening day record in the Premier League over the last 10 years.
Neymar looks set to leave Barcelona to join Paris Saint-Germain, in a deal reportedly worth £198.5m.
The 2017/18 season is less than a fortnight away but Arsenal still need to answer several key questions before it kicks off.
Watching the Euros in the Netherlands with Jodie Taylor flying with five goals in three games while Anna Miedema struggles with zero in three, you have to wonder what Pedro Losa will decide ahead of the 2017/18 season.
In this latest edition of the Daily Cannon podcast, Stephen and Helen round up another glorious Emirates Cup triumph and debate how long Wenger might stick with his 3-4-2-1 formation.
Considering the media hoopla currently surrounding Alexis Sanchez and his future, we looked back to three years ago when he signed for Arsenal from Barcelona. What happened and was there all this fuss then?
Despite there seemingly being a lot going on at Arsenal over the weekend, just two stories dominate the papers this morning.
Ross Barkley looks certain to leave Everton this summer, but he's not someone who's needed at Arsenal.
We go again! The summer has been long and full of transfer gossip, not so full of Arsenal transfers, and new season is upon us!...
Arsenal won the Emirates Cup despite losing to Sevilla and here are the Arsenal player ratings. There were certainly a number of concerns raised - like will the midfield be more solid by next week - but how did the players get on individually?
With the transfer window in full swing and everything pretty quiet on the Arsenal front, we asked our followers who the Gunners should sign if we could only bring in one more player this summer.
Arsenal thrashed Benfica in their opening Emirates Cup game in what was the most enjoyable game of pre-season so far. So how did the players do? Here are their player ratings
Kylian Mbappé has started to be more seriously linked with a move away from Monaco in recent days, with Real Madrid believed to be in for the Frenchman.
With Alexis Sanchez potentially set to force a move away from Arsenal this summer or leave on a free next year, we look back at Arsenal's top five traitors.
Per Mertesacker will become Arsenal's new academy director at the end of the season. He's a good choice too.
In this latest edition of the Daily Cannon podcast, Matthew is joined by Anita to discuss beating Bayern on penalties, being stuffed by Chelsea,...
Last season Arsenal fans pretty much became their own caricatures.
Jack Wilshere, the hope of a nation at one point, has lost his way.
Memes, for the most part, can be pretty funny. These ones aren't
With the news that Wojciech Szczesny has sealed a permanent move to Juventus, Arsenal fans have once again been forced to question the motives behind the sale.
Theo Walcott amassed just over 300 minutes of football in the last two months, which could suggest his future is up at the Emirates Stadium.
Granit Xhaka arrived in the Premier League last season with a reputation for getting himself into trouble with the ref on a regular basis.
Rob Holding is better than Fabio Cannavaro, this we know with certainty. Here are eight other 'facts' you might not have known about the best centre-back in the world.
Arsenal in the past have done well in youth competition, having won the FA Youth Cup and Premier Academy League in 2009. One would hope that these players would have kicked on and earned the right to represent the first team at some point. Eight years on, it’s worth looking at where they are now.
Here are 10 Arsenal youth players to keep an eye on next season...
After Alexandre Lacazette last week, our other summer signing gets a wallpaper!
Santi Cazorla's injury problems are reaching the stage where it's difficult to plan ahead with him in mind. Arsenal have to sign a replacement, but will they?
Having sustained a season-ending injury in late February, the last few months have been frustrating for Stephy Mavididi. So what next?
It's almost impossible to discuss Aaron Ramsey without it turning into a blazing argument. Why is that?
This summer, with most fans pre-occupied by the excitement and fear surrounding the comings and goings of established first teamers, it’s easy to forget those players who are trying to create a foothold for themselves at the top level.
A week into the competition let's have a look on how the Arsenal players have fared so far.
Emi Martinez has waited patiently at Arsenal. Now is the time to step up or step away
There is one question that lies at the heart of Arsenal's transfer activity so far this summer; why have they let so many of their key players run down their contracts?
As an avowed Theo Walcott fan, it breaks my heart to be writing this pod.
With the news that Wojciech Szczesny has landed in Juventus ahead of his permanent move to the Serie A club, Arsenal fans have once again been forced to question the motives behind the sale.
In this latest edition of the Daily Cannon podcast, Matthew is joined by Helen to talk about all the pre-season goodness to date: The new boys, the kids, and the impending departures.
Why did we buy Mohamed Elneny?
It took only 15 minutes for our new singing Lacazette to score his first Arsenal goal. Here's a wallpaper to celebrate his arrival
With Arsenal agreeing a deal for Lyon's Alexandre Lacazette, here is a look at how the player could contribute to Arsenal's chances in Premier League if they sign him this summer.