Top of the league, all was well heading into 2016 as Calum Chambers gave a solid first midfield start of the season and Arsenal beat Bournemouth.
As Alex Iwobi slotted home his second goal in two games against Watford on Sunday, I sent out a Tweet. United fans didn't take it too well.
Mesut Ozil divides opinion, but the facts tell you everything you need to know about Arsenal's mercurial one.
After a far from comfortable win on Saturday we’re in the FA Cup final! Hooray! And after Villa spoiled Stevie G’s birthday dream we’ll be playing...
As we’ve now hit January, that means there are a number of players in the Arsenal squad who can talk to other clubs as their contracts expire in the summer.
It looks as if Laurent Koscielny could be about to sign a new contract with Arsenal.
The season is over and we put our heads together at Daily Cannon to try and figure out who the player of the season is. That...
With Arsenal's first pre-season fixture out of the way, the need for reinforcements for final third is as clear as ever. With all now quiet on the striker front, column inches pile up about Riyad Mahrez with a bewildering array of entirely contradictory theories emerging daily.
Everywhere you look, there are Gooners panicking about our 'lack' of transfer activity.
No matter what you think about Jamie Vardy, there’s no denying he’s quite the character. Here are 15 things he actually said.
During the season, one of our writers said on Twitter in regards to Jamie Vardy ‘He’s like Marmite; you either love him or remember he’s a racist’.
Is it better to have tried and failed than never to have tried at all? Szczesny's willingness to risk everything is why he is Arsenal's only long term viable candidate for the #1 jersey as Helen Trantum explains.
As Leicester brushed Sunderland aside with a 2-0 win at the Stadium of Light, Arsenal’s slim title hopes faded further from view. Here are five reasons why Leicester will win and Arsenal won't.
The majority of people who have seen Granit Xhaka’s red card against Swansea agree that it should have been a yellow, so did Jon Moss get his rules mixed up?
Helen Trantum tries to understand if Arsenal's lack of players combinations lies at heart of many poor performances this season.
As Saturday's protest was drowned out, Arsenal fans proved the media wrong.
Why is Theo Walcott not getting games for Arsenal? We try to get to the bottom of it.
The Arsenal man has been integral to Arsenal's success recently, but does the midfielder have a problem? Martin Keown thinks so.
Julian Draxler, Riyad Mahrez, Alexandre Lacazette, that Mustafi guy. Everyday, a different rumour for us all to obsess and puzzle over.
Arsenal fans were left furious with the news that the BBC had moved their FA Cup quarter final to Monday night.
With the signing of Deportivo's Lucas Perez all but officially announced, fans have already started to question whether the striker is really an 'upgrade' on Olivier Giroud.
How much would Arsenal have to pay if they wanted to buy Olivier Giroud?
By the end of this summer I can guarantee one thing – you will be absolutely sick of talking about strikers and their prices, but what is Giroud really worth?
Whether it actually happened or not, the reports that Arsene Wenger refused to let Jose Mourinho sit beside him at a recent manager’s forum have already passed into legend on the internet which it means, for the majority of people who read it, it’s true.
Having made his first-team debut in January two years ago, Gedion Zelalem has previously been tipped for future stardom and it seems only a matter of time before he asserts his credentials in the senior side.
Despite one appointing a new manager and several of our other rivals buying players, very few actually pose a real threat to us - except Manchester United.
After the draw against Leicester on Saturday evening, most of the post-game focus was about the transfer window and Arsene’s reported reluctance to spend.
Over the years, we have not been used to see Arsene Wenger overpay much for new players. But this summer, he seems to have gone totally mad.
This news may not come as a surprise to many but Jose Mourinho has become the first manager to spend over £1bn on new signings.
Whether by luck or judgement, Arsenal have found themselves a decent holding midfielder, but how close was our number 34 to missing out?
Jose Antonio Reyes could have been world class. But then he went to Old Trafford...
It was only a matter of time; after the Fenerbahce president, Azil Yildirim, confirmed that they would be willing to listen to offers for Robin van Persie, we all knew that he'd be linked with a return to Arsenal.
Ok. So it's a dramatic title. But it's a dramatic situation.
With the transfer window coming to a frenetic and frankly hilarious end, it's time to assess how well Arsenal have done in regards to putting together a team that can win trophies, both in this season and in the future.
It is a thankless task writing about football, or any sport come to that.
by Lewis Ambrose Lukas Podolski completed his move to Galatasaray over the weekend, and with that another failed signing vacated the number nine of Arsenal. Arsène...
by Stephen Bradley "Spend some [email protected] money!!!!!" How many times have we heard the above phrase being bellowed from the back of whatever stadium/pub/living room that...
Arsenal went to Watford, blew them away in the first half, wobbled a bit in the second, but held on to take all three points back to the Emirates.
Theo Walcott's contract is up for renewal and the player has a decision to make about his future.
Chuba Akpom is out of contract in the summer and is stalling on a new deal. With offers from around Europe, is it a big deal if he leaves?
Arsenal have a squad overflowing with talent, but will these six still be at the club next season?
With Tony Adams being given a coaching role alongside Thiery Henry at London Colney, talk has begun to mount regarding the former centre-back's managerial future.
Arsenal might be about to sign Jamie Vardy, but here are four attacking alternatives that Arsenal could and potentially should pursue, as opposed to the 29-year-old Leicester forward
A new deal is on the cards for Francis Coquelin and Paul Williams explains why that's a very good thing.
Arsenal have started to ban fans who are abusive on twitter, news that will be welcomed by many and feared by many, as well as idiotic fans, who won't be able to insult others at will as they are used to.
Hector Bellerin has been called up to the Spain squad for this summer's European Championship, but Paul Williams explains why we don't need to worry. Yet.
We look at how our transfer window compares to that of our rivals. First up: Tottenham Hotspur.
On Monday night, I sat and watched my first game of the Euros since the opening Saturday of the tournament. It goes without saying, even...
As someone who writes a weekly column about club football, the early summer months are often a talking point dead zone.
by Mosope Ominiyi July 10th, 2014 - I remember that day like it was just yesterday and yet, it was a year ago today to...
Since his big-money switch from Bundesliga side Borussia Monchengladbach in the summer, the talented Swiss international has only started two matches this season (Leicester and Watford, both away) - leading to questions as to whether there's a specific reason why he's constantly featuring off the bench.
Is it possible that the main reason for Arsenal have not put together a title challenge for the third year in succession, and for fans feeling increasingly restless over the direction in which the club may be going, is that we're all just getting old?
In light of recent events (and by events I meant the situation regarding Aaron Ramsey's hair), and there being next to no news or fresh gossip around, I'm going to tackle a real issue that we've been experiencing in north London over the years.
by Helen Trantum March 2016. That’s when I sign my life away marry my best friend, the love of my life, my soulmate. There’s just one...
With the news breaking that Dutch manager, Ronald Koeman, has signed for Everton, we put it to you: did Arsenal have a lucky escape by not signing him?
When the deal was initially announced, it was met with surprised eyebrows from supporters and critics alike, but he has already impressed.
Theo Walcott wants a payrise, but should this limited player actually get it? We're not so sure...
With Arsenal still on the look out for a striker and a huge transfer kitty available, Arsene Wenger should go and buy Antoine Griezmann.
Yes. I am one of those weirdo's that stayed up to watch a 3-1 win in a meaningless pre-season friendly that didn't finish until 4am UK time. And it was worth it.
Jamie Vardy won't be joining Arsenal, and I think that's great. Here are three reasons why:
After we reported that Robin van Persie was being linked with a move back to Arsenal, we noticed that just about every Gooner commenting on the situation would rather stick wasps where the sun don't shine, which gave us an idea.
Could Mesut Ozil become Arsenal's greatest ever playmaker? He faces some stiff competition as Nia Griffiths explains here.
As Arsenal travel to Old Trafford this weekend, we look at why our rivalry with the Red Devils can be more intense than with Spurs, despite geographic differences
So. Are you freaking out yet? With all the reports coming from training camp about Francis Coquelin standing and running in a spot twenty yards...
"Thierry Henry, Thierry Henry, Thierry Henry..."
Arsenal's 3-0 battering of Chelsea at the weekend was as welcome as it was overdue. However, the nature of it has presented Arsène Wenger with a minor conundrum. Namely, just where will Aaron Ramsey fit in when he returns from injury?
Danny Welbeck didn't hold back against Manchester United, and that's a good thing.
After a thoroughly miserable few weeks, where another season has collapsed at speed, the last few days have brought a few rays of sunlight...
by Matthew Wade Now Robin van Persie has been banished to Turkey, is it time to reassess his time at Arsenal and his move to...
A look at the comedy gold when Arsenal fans discovered Tottenham's attempts to drum up some excitement for the Capital One Cup final next weekend.
The protest on Saturday failed, but it did manage to achieve two things.
What lies in store for the young British players we were so thrilled to tie down the last time Theo Walcott’s contract struggles were back page news?
Calum Chambers has fallen out of favour since the festive period - the question is why? After a shaky weekend performance, Daily Cannon looks at why things are no longer going so swimmingly for the summer signing.
Thierry Henry is unquestionably an Arsenal legend, but his return to England surely ensures that Theo Walcott will extend his contract. We explain why here.
Arsenal fans are often accused of being entitled. They are, and this is why...
Arsenal have now got strength in depth at the back and this could well be Arsene Wenger's best defence yet.
The rumour that Arsenal have apparently turned down the chance to loan out Kieran Gibbs to West Ham has churned up the age-old question (well, not that old): what should the Gunners do with Kieran Gibbs?
As you've no doubt heard by now, Alexis Sanchez has seemingly caused a stir online by saying he's good enough to be considered in the same bracket as superstar duo Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo - seen as the world's best players.
There are, as I begin writing this, just three games of the 2016 Euros left. Who's your money on? I haven't watched nearly enough of...
Theo walcott's contract is up for renewal and this time, it's totally different than his last one.
by Lewis Ambrose It may still be a few years away yet, but it is inevitable that Arsène Wenger will leave Arsenal in the not-so...
Arsenal have triggered Jamie Vardy's release clause, you've probably heard. Can he do for the Gunners what Ian Wright did when he arrived aged 27?
Five things that really stood out as Arsenal defeated Manchester United at Old Trafford.
On Monday it was revealed that Arsenal had their bid for Bolton’s Rob Holding accepted and the player had already undergone a medical. Here's all you need to know about him.
So another season has been and gone, with all the excitement, disappointment and Tottenham schadenfreude that comes with being an Arsenal fan in the Emirates era.
As Diaby returns from injury one more time, it should never be forgotten how he ended up the way he has.
Arsenal need to cut ties with players who aren't good enough and spend heavily in the summer to reinforce.
The Premier League returned this weekend and with it, a healthy dose of Arsenal-induced heart attacks. Here's what we learned from Arsenal's 2-1 win over Southampton
The inclusion of Alex Iwobi in our first team has done two things: Firstly, proven that Arsene Wenger does have an eye for talent, even if our youth system can be hit or miss; and secondly, shine a light on how poor Theo Walcott and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain have been, particularly this season.
With an unprecedented number of players available for the run-in , we look at the personnel who should be on the pitch from the first minute onwards.
If we successfully convince everyone that we have a destroyer who will take everything they throw at us and return it twice as hard, maybe we won't even need a destroyer after all.
The season starts now.
Arsenal were handed a trip to Old Trafford to face Manchester United in the FA Cup. Paul Williams explains why it won't end in tears this time.
With Mikel Arteta headed for pastures blue (allegedly) and Per Mertesacker spending less and less time on the actual pitch, is it time for Arsene Wenger to pick a new Arsenal captain?
by Helen Trantum Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. So goes the proverb, and never was it more true in football – as Google...
Ahead of this weekend's fixture against the team that ruined Wenger's 1,000th game,, we look at why the manager deserves to remain at the club.
As Arsenal travel to Old Trafford this weekend, we look at why our rivalry with the Red Devils can be put in the shade by our local relationship with Spurs, despite being much more competitive
The Chelsea game on Saturday was another typical example of a referee bottling a decision. You have to ask - why do they regularly fail...
Welcome, one and all, to the fifth edition of the Annual Arsenal Associated Awards Relating to Greatness and God-awful Hilarity!!! (or AAAARGGH! for short) Over the next few minutes, we’ll reflect back on a season full of highs and lows, and I’ll be handing out AAAARGGHs along the way.
N'Golo Kanté has had a superb first season for Leicester City, the ever-beating heart of a midfield which has won the league.
Thierry Henry gave his verdict on the controversial handball that sealed Arsenal's win against Burnley on Sunday and once again demonstrated why it's good that he no longer works with the club.
With all the transfer doom and gloom surrounding Arsenal at the moment, it's easy to lose sight of reasons that we should actually get pretty excited about the new Premier League season starting on Saturday (Sunday for us).
Every Arsenal game it’s the same, no matter how much we all want to see Arsene Wenger turn to his bench to change things, he rarely ever does before 70 minutes are on the clock and that’s usually only because of an injury.
It was once said of Arsène Wenger that he was an unlucky manager.
Palace's pitch at the weekend highlights the gamesmanship of groundsmen. We look at where it can work for or against the home side and look ahead to the Champions League.
Arsenal playing Manchester United is never fun. Sometimes it's really stupid too.
Perhaps it's because my focus is largely directed on the World Snooker Championship now, but things seem strangely calm at Arsenal at the minute. We...
Back to fitness but not on the bench again at the weekend, does Jack Wilshere have a long-term future at Arsenal?
Would you rather Arsenal win the Champions League or England win the World Cup?
by Lewis Ambrose With Carl Jenkinson likely to leave the club but only on loan again this summer it leaves the club with two senior...
When the England manager calls and tells you you’re going to the Euros to represent your country even though you’ve played just five minutes of football all season, what do you do?
Having scored six goals and created four assists for Arsenal this term, plenty of questions are being raised about why Lucas Perez has yet to be rewarded with an extended run-in the first-team.
After three months out with a knee injury, Mesut Ozil is ready for his first start. Will it be centrally or out on the wing? The German is so good, it doesn't really matter.
Have Arsenal learned the lessons from overplaying youngsters?
by Lewis Ambrose Arsenal are reportedly close to signing Petr Čech, who would surely be number one next season, but how does the (soon-to-be) former Chelsea man stack...
Arsenal fans have been crying out for a defensive midfield signing for many years. It's been so long, in fact, that you have to start...
Robin van Persie is hated by Arsenal fans, but are the United fans turning on him too?
In a week when Jose Mourinho couldn’t resist having yet another pop at Arsene Wenger and his side, we look at why the Chelsea manager can’t seem to help himself.
Is the term 'legend' too readily used in modern football?
Our need for a new “DM” since 2008 have become the stuff of legend. Since Flamini ran his contract down and some Arsenal fans were...
by Lewis Ambrose Mario Götze's agent has been speaking about the player's current situation at Bayern, and he may just become available this summer. If he...
Ahead of Monday night's FA Cup clash with our rivals, we look at how £13m man Olivier stacks up against players collectively worth in excess of £90m.
by Matthew Wade The Vidal "Transfer Saga" reminds us why the summer holidays are a good time to take a break from following club football...
Which of the Arsenal's squad's current players are guaranteed to be in the starting line up when next season gets underway?
Arsenal have, finally, addressed the two major shortcomings within the first team squad, but how was the window really?
UEFA President Michel Platini was interviewed on RMC radio and he announced a possible change in the Financial Fair Play rules. The matter is in...
Two players who have experienced very different fortunes - just how fragile is the career of a top-flight footballer?
Although the Arsenal players involved in Euro 2016 gave fantastic performances, for the most part, certain parts of their games summed up their weaknesses.
Are some Arsenal fans too quick to celebrate facing Aston Villa instead of Liverpool in the FA Cup final?
Arsenal need to consider many names as a replacement for Arsene Wenger. Diego Simeone shouldn't be one of them.
Often accused of not caring about the FA Cup, it is a rare man who betters the Arsenal manager's record in the competition.
As the summer approaches, we face the very real prospect of losing the three biggest names at Arsenal - Arsene Wenger, Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez.
I think the summer does funny things to people, you know. I'm not sure whether it's the sudden breakthrough of the sun from above the grey,...
He's out of contract in the summer and Arsenal are getting ready to offer him a new one, but has Francis Coquelin done enough to deserve it?
I know, I know. This season isn’t over yet. We could still finish fourth and lose the FA Cup final to Tactics Tim. I may be getting...
We look at why Wojciech Szczesny, whatever his crimes, simply must return to the Arsenal first team ahead of the weekend's game against Everton.
Arsenal will travel to Old Trafford for the FA Cup. So which team is most likely to come out on top if the match was played on paper?
As you may have seen over the last few days, Arsenal players are currently engaging in a rather long-winded game of numerical musical chairs.
In a week where Arsenal were ushered out of the Champions League, we look at why that exit has been roundly criticised compared to their English colleagues.
There's been quite a lot written about Arsenal in the last few days, (that might seem like a redundant sentence, but we usually only...
With the season just five games old, Arsenal are already five points behind Manchester City. Here are five things they need to do if the are to have any hope of catching Pep Guardiola's men.
Some things in life are a perfect match. Arsene Wenger has revolutionised Arsenal since his arrival in 1996, building the club up, winning titles and...
Harry Kane looks like he could be a cert for Player of the Season, but he isn't even the best player in north London
Perhaps losing to Tottenham wasn't such a bad thing after all. Stephen Bradley explains more here while wearing his tin hat.
As the dust settles following an ultimately disappointing campaign, compounded by a mediocre Manchester United equaling our FA Cup record, once again, it is look-to-the-future time.
If Arsenal are in a negative spiral, what does that mean for Tottenham? Daily Cannon compares Arsenal and Tottenham over the last two years and looks at why sometimes people should just keep their mouths shut.
After another inconsistent game from Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain on Saturday against Watford, people have once again started to ask the question: what should be we do with the Ox?
By Matthew Wade Arsenal's midfield has an embarrassment of riches: does more mean merrier? With Arsenal's improving squad strength, other challenges arise - how does the...
A lot of focus over the last few weeks has fallen on who Arsenal need to bring in during the summer transfer window in order to boost their chances of winning the Premier League next season, all of it on who Arsenal should buy and none of it on who they should sell. This is wrong.
All week long I heard people talk about Jamie Vardy and how Gabriel needs to play against Leicester City because of his pace. Speaking on...
Five reasons why Arsenal fans should be super optimistic ahead of the north London derby against Tottenham this weekend
It is said that a week is a long time in politics. The same also applies to football. A week ago, I was sitting here...
Should Wenger take the captaincy more seriously and why the new conduct rules will hopefully teach Chelsea and Jose Mourinho how to behave
After news broke of Arsenal's reported €50m bid for Granit Xhaka earlier this week, much of the focus went towards how he would fit into the team and how other players may or may not be better purchases.
20 years ago Arsenal sacked George Graham. Little did anyone imagine the chain of events that would unfold.
by Matthew Wade Most Arsenal fans of any pre-Wenger vintage will have firm memories of (and probably miss) the old Arsenal club crest, and its...
Arsene Wenger loves to talk about his side’s mental strength, especially after they’ve clawed back a defecit, but why does nobody ask him where the mental strength is when games start so they don’t get into these positions in the first place?
Linked with a move away from the club, selling Alexis Sanchez would be a disaster for Arsenal.
Arsenal’s record on the opening day of the season leaves something to be desired. In fact, since we moved to the Emirates we have won...
Arsenal managed to beat Burnley 2-1 at the Emirates on Sunday but it was far from a straight forward win.
Nine years. It’s a long time in a lifetime, let alone in football. For those of us of a Gooner persuasion, it’s a length of time...
After joyfully watching Arsenal comprehensively beat Manchester City on Sunday, two players came to mind: Mikel Arteta and Francis Coquelin. With almost ten years apart...
Making his first Premier League start, it was interesting to see how Gabriel Paulista got on. We kept a close eye on him against Everton.
'Plus ça change, plus c'est la même chose?' Having last week written that no-one knew anything about the Vardy situation, and about the media speculation...
Why Chelsea skipper's jibes about "tippy tappy football" and its failings are wide of the mark. Finesse. It's not a word one commonly associated with Chelsea's...
The longer it drags out, the more it feels like Jamie Vardy is going to turn down the chance to move to Arsenal. Here are nine reasons he could be pondering the offer.
Is the length of Arsenal's pre-season not only unnecessary but detrimental to our players' physical health?
Every week, at least one or twice, we feature loan reports on the site and it seems that this season, our players are finding it hard to get minutes under their belts.
After a considerably better result against Hull than PSG midweek, it's time to look at what we learnt during the Premier League clash.
With silly season in full swing and the Twitter keyboard warriors in fine voice, there are some key things we need to keep in mind if we're going to get through this summer without attacking each other: transfers do fail and it's not always Arsenal's fault.
I think we'd all prefer that Arsenal were seen to to be a bit more proactive in the transfer market, but a signing sealed and delivered before the end of May?
He’s tall, handsome, rich and plays (and scores) for Arsenal, so why do so many Arsenal fans (and fans in general) have such a problem with Olivier Giroud?
At the weekend Aaron Ramsey snubbed Piers Morgan's handshake and earned the respect of millions. Morgan has spent the best part of the last few...
After crashing out of the Champions League last Wednesday, Jose Mourinho was asked to explain why he thought Chelsea lost. "PSG deserved to win. When...
Arsenal have a proud history of young players graduating to the first team. Who of the current crop stands a chance of forcing their way into Arsène Wenger's plans as early as next season?
As Stephen Bradley already wrote this morning, we shouldn't read too much into what was partly an exhibition game for the MLS and partly an exercise in developing match fitness for Arsenal.
by Lewis Ambrose With the season coming to an end with a couple of international games it should be noted that Euro 2016 is just a...
Inevitably, in the absence of the potential Vardy transfer meeting deadlines guessed at by journalists, the vacuum of news has been gleefully filled by anyone with a desire to sell stories. Regardless of whether or not there is a story to sell.
News that the young striker, Beath Mead, has been signed by the club has been welcomed by all the fans as she is a player with a great future ahead, but will she get any game time?
by Matthew Wade With the usual summer links to Higuain and Cavani, and rumours now extending to Lacazette, do Arsenal actually need another striker? And...
It is, perhaps, inevitable that Sunday afternoon's match is going to see a disproportionate amount of attention focused on a certain Cesc Fabregas. This is as...
With another pre-season trophy in the bag, pre-season has gone well, but what have we learnt about Arsenal from the Emirates Cup weekend? With Arsenal...
Ahead of a weekend with two season-defining games for Arsenal kicking off at roughly the same time, we look at how results in each of the games could affect us, despite only playing in one!
Joachim Low, the absolute swine, didn't vote for Mesut Ozil for a FIFA award.
I've just spent the last couple of hours having the 'pleasure' of watching Roy Hodgson metamorphose from 'incompetent buffoon' into 'tactical god', all because...
On Monday, Mikel Arteta began working for his new club, Manchester City, and subsequently deleted all evidence of him ever playing for Arsenal off of his social media.
After years of unpredictable ups and downs, due to injury, players leaving and bad luck, our squad seems to have finally found the perfect...
In the absence of any actual news about Vardy or Henrikh Mkhitaryan it seems a good time to follow on from last week, where I covered the youth set-ups striking options in detail. This time I’m going to talk about attacking midfielders and wingers.
With Inter Milan reportedly making Atletico Madrid boss, Diego Simeone, their main managerial target, the links with Arsenal have reemerged.
Many players in this current Arsenal squad are hailed as being vital, but is Olivier Giroud the most important of them all?
News that Arsenal have triggered Jamie Vardy's release clause was met a mixed response from Gooners but what would it mean in term of tactical changes for Arsene Wenger's side?
Off the back of a fabulous win at Old Trafford, we look at how the Arsenal manager played his part in a crucial game.
West Ham took advantage of an overly confidence Arsenal in the opening game of our season. As much as this was a bit of a...
The Ox took the game by the horns and came away with Man of the Match.
It's hard to know what to say after watching Arsenal lose at home to Swansea. It's not a lack of effort. There are a decent...
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...
Earlier this week, Arsene Wenger claimed that he has two world class keepers in Petr Cech and David Ospina. Our resident goalkeeping expert, Helen Trantum, disagrees.
After dropping points for the 15th time this season, Arsenal have ordered an updated Excuse Manual for the 16/17 campaign as they have exhausted the current edition.
On Wednesday, we witnessed the biggest comeback in Champions League history proving cheaters do prosper
Edinson Cavani is once again being linked with a move to Emirates Stadium, but Arsène Wenger shouldn't even entertain the idea.
All things considered, Gedion Zelalem's imminent loan switch to VVV-Venlo over in the Netherlands will be seen as a step down quality-wise, but is ultimately one which could help him develop further into an ideal first-team midfielder.
With Jamie Vardy's decision over whether he will join Arsenal or stay with Leicester City set to be made on Monday afternoon, potentially leaving thousands of heartbroken Foxes in its wake, it's difficult not to draw comparisons between the striker and Robin van Persie.
Arsenal claimed second place in the Premier League this weekend, but does it really matter?
For the record, I don't dislike any Arsenal player but there have been a couple that have made me pretty nervous.
A look at why Theo Walcott is Arsenal's most important player, and why Arsene Wenger must keep him at all costs.
Mr Arsenal is home, but is he home for good?
The season is over, but who were the heroes and villains of Arsenal’s campaign? We’ve decided it’d only be fair to go through the squad...
After Hector Bellerin (and Aaron Ramsey) were selected for Vogue's most stylish footballers at the Euros feature, we thought we'd take a look at some of the Spaniard's 'bolder' looks.
Simply put, Arsenal cannot afford to fail again next season.
There has always been a reason for Arsène Wenger to stay in charge at Arsenal. Over the course of the last decade, some fans have...
Have Arsenal fallen off regularly in the Barclay's Premier League? We seem to hear it regularly, but is it really true?
With most of the build up to Sunday's game about one man and one man only, we examine his impact on the club and ask whether *that* banner should ever have been erected outside the Emirates.
The Premier League makes and spends more money than any other league in football. So why isn’t it the best? For a little while now...
The enduring memory of Tuesday night’s triumphant trip to Basel will be the scintillatingly slick move for Lucas Perez’s second goal but it should also be of the Xhaka-Ramsey partnership
Irrespective of the story behind the scenes, Arsene Wenger, seems to be fighting a losing battle in the transfer window.
At the beginning of the season, I was one of those Arsenal fans saying that we didn't need a big name striker because we had Olivier Giroud. How wrong I was.
At a BTSport live Facebook event, Arsene Wenger confirmed that he wanted to keep Serge Gnabry at the club during the summer so why did he want to leave so badly?
So the second weekend of the season was much nicer than the first, with Arsenal securing all three points at Selhurst Park. Now we only have...
Arsenal have handed their new boy, Gabriel, the number five shirt. We take a look at the last four players to wear that shirt.
With only a few days remaining before the summer transfer window closes, Arsenal fans are racking their brains to try to figure out what the club's plans are, or even if there are any at all.
If such things can be quantified, then this week has certainly been a lot better than the week that went before.
So, Theo Walcott wants to be a winger again, huh?
Can you fall out of love with football?
Still not fully free of the 'flop' label that was applied to him when he first arrived, Olivier Giroud could be the most underrated striker in the Premier League.
Time continues to tick on Glen Kamara's future at Arsenal failing to land a loan deal with FC Twente after January trial.
Chelsea have gathered plenty of criticism and anger from a number of different rival clubs, supporters and critics in the media over the past few years for their trend of stockpiling young players. That could all be about to end
Sometimes in football, radical change is needed to ensure that a team gets positive results. In other instances, the change needs to be rather more subtle in order to get the most out of a team.
Arsenal may have a similar record to last season in the league, but things feel very different.
I’m full of optimism in the league at the moment. We're on a decent run while not playing brilliantly but still grinding out results. We’ve also...
Another unwanted record gone, another reason to continue to bask in Monday night.
You cannot afford to stand still, even if you win the league. You could argue that it’s a theory created by fans who simply always...
It promises to be an exciting summer for Arsenal fans if the first few weeks of the transfer window are anything to go by.
The transfer market is a medium that is full of hidden agendas, misleading information and everyone involved in only interested in taking advantage of as many people as possible.
by Helen Trantum A good goalkeeper can save you 15 points a season. So the legend goes, anyway. This season Arsenal finished 12 points behind Champions Chelsea,...
When it was announced at the beginning of the year that Arsenal, along with the other 19 Premier League clubs, would receive an extra £40-50m in TV revenue, we all welcomed the news with open arms.
Ahead of her celebration game on Sunday, Kelly Smith has come out to the world in a wide-ranging interview with Oliver Holt in the Daily Mail, a massive move from someone who values her privacy so fiercely.
With the news that emerged this week that Tony Adams would finally be returning to the club to work with the u18s alongside Thierry Henry, we wondered, what about Dennis Bergkamp?
Santi Cazorla has been linked heavily with a move to Atletico Madrid but should Arsenal let him go? It seems like a no-brainer, right?
There are very few things that we know for certain at Arsenal at the moment. We don't know if the manager is in danger of...
After Daily Cannon conducted a poll asking whether Arsene Wenger should stay or go, the results were unanimous. A staggering 86% of the people who...
With this week’s announcement that there’s a new number 7 on the block, I couldn’t help thinking that it’s a good job Alexis’ move came this summer rather than last, for if it had been announced pre-publication, we’d have had to reconsider our list for our Greatest Number 7s book..
by Lewis Ambrose If you count the Community Shield as a competitive match pre-season is now over and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has reaffirmed the idea that...
Alexis Sanchez's recent interview with ESPN Brazil couldn't have been better (or worse, from our point of view) timed after he picked up an injury in training for Chile.
The Dutch FA is currently testing referee-assisting video technology. Despite the International Football Association Board delaying it's use in competitive matches for a year this...
Arsenal's Saturday stroll in Hull showed some hints of method to what has appeared tactical madness.
Thierry Henry sport to Sky Sports News recently and took the opportunity to have a swipe at Spurs since many of their younger players have been selected for England's Euro 2016 squad.
As Ivan Gazidis reiterates that Arsenal can’t compete with the big boys on the world transfer stage, I ask is he lying when he says that or was he lying when he said we would soon be able to?
In the last two games, Arsenal have shown that they have the strongest squad in the Premier League, and that they have two distinct formulas available to them that they can use can get results in almost any circumstance but Granit Xhaka is the key
South Wales' finest once again gave Arsenal a scare in our own back yard.
I’m lost without football. Each summer, I spend three months in purgatory, with the solace of international matches and pre-season friendly barely the slightest comfort,...
It seems everyone's so preoccupied with praising Manchester United's Marcus Rashford for his two goals against Arsenal that they're ignoring his potential handball in...
Arsenal are the newly installed bookies favourites to win the Premier League for the first time since 2004. I'm not sure what our odds were...
A lot has been said of Mesut Ozil's apparent inability to perform during Arsenal's bigger games.
Robin van Persie has been linked back with a move to Arsenal after the Fenerbahce president admitted that the Turkish club are willing to listen to offers.
There were two main takeaways for Arsenal to mull upon after a comfortable 4-0 win at hapless Swansea last weekend.
Mesut Ozil’s teacher knew that he was something special from the first time he saw him on the playground so why does he get such a hard time from the English media?
It may be time for a change, but Arsenal fans need to change before the board take notice.
You knew this one was coming... I've gone a couple of ways round with this post. There is the straight retelling of Santi Cazorla's Arsenal...
Jack Wilshere's loan move to Bournemouth was a surprising one at first glance, but it has allowed the midfielder a chance to silence his critics and hopefully earn back a place in the Arsenal side.
The worries of the Arsenal world weigh heavy. That's what Jack Wilshere found out back in the autumn of 2011, at any rate. With the...
A comfortable 4-1 victory over Basel means Arsenal beat PSG to the top of our Champions League group table but what else did we learn?
With some older members of the first team squad set to move on this summer, there could be an opening in the Arsenal setup: will Dan Crowley or Gedion Zelalem be offered the chance to impress?
With Arsenal facing a side that gave them a stern test over the festive period, we look at why our Polish shotstopper may be in line for a return.
Once again, the lack of atmosphere at the Emirates Stadium has come under scrutiny, so how do we fix it and who will pay?
So. Jamie Vardy. We get to hate him again now, right? That's how this works, right?
by Paul Williams Why do we sing about hating Tottenham and not about loving Arsenal? On Saturday evening, Arsenal Football Club ended a trophy drought that...
You may or may not know (of course you know) that Alexis Sanchez slotted home Arsenal’s 100th goal this season in all competitions. With this...
Following the last gasp Welbeck winner at the weekend, Arsenal are back to being the bookies' favourites for the title, but despite hope, can...
Two days later and I'm still replaying Danny Welbeck's winning goal against Leicester. The fabulous header, expertly drifted into the area from a free-kick by...
Can improved strength in depth offset traditional curses?
Should this tackle on Alexis Sanchez have been a penalty?
As the debate rages over who should replace Petr Cech in Arsenal's goal, Helen Trantum looks at how the club already have his replacement
by Matthew Wade What does the Gunners' FA Cup final triumph means for the club and its summer dealings? So after a weekend where Arsenal won...
In Alan Shearer's column for the Sun, the former Newcastle player claimed that Alexis Sanchez is not world class.
With momentum and form on Arsenal's side and Manchester City and Chelsea dropping points, could Arsenal win the league this season?
In precisely one month from today, Arsenal will open their 2016-17 Premier League campaign.
Football fandom is a peculiar phenomenon. To an outsider, the idea of choosing a club and supporting it through thick and thin is a strange...
Which of Arsenal's January transfer signings have been a hit and which ones missed the mark by a mile? Find out here.
Jack Wilshere was once hailed as the future of Arsenal, but now, after numerous incidents and mini-scandals, is that still the case?
People are, correctly, using the evidence of their own eyes and returning a judgement that finds Arsène Wenger incapable of delivering us the Arsenal...
He's won everything in European football and he's guaranteed to play every Arsenal game, so could Petr Čech become the next captain of the...
Olivier Giroud - another player on the list of great buys for Arsene Wenger? Yes, definitely!
Nacho Monreal is keeping Kieran Gibbs out of the Arsenal starting line up, is he the most improved Arsenal player this season?
As ball after ball fell in the centre of midfield, I watched helplessly as the likes of Lallana, Can, and even Firmino seized them for Liverpool. Where were Arsenal's ball winners?
by Mosope Ominiyi For a side to challenge for the Premier League title, they need quite a few components. Firstly, they need to establish consistency. The...
It was a morale-boosting victory over our fierce west London rivals Chelsea on Saturday evening, but what did we learn from the match?
by Mosope Ominiyi Despite the criticism that continues to surround Mesut Ozil, you'd be lying if you said he isn't consistently getting better as a...
As Tomas Rosicky ends his Arsenal career with the expiration of his contract on Tuesday, Paul Williams takes a look back over his Arsenal career.
Reading Jack Wilshere's interview with the Daily Mail, it's impossible not to think of it as a 2,000 word exit interview.
Following the news about Mark Warburton's departure from Rangers, Jon Toral will be hoping to impress under new management again soon.
Although I think most of us were expecting an embarrassing performance and result against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge, it's never nice to actually have to live through it.
Arsenal have been in exceptional form throughout the second half of the Premier League campaign, and stand a great chance of finishing second at...
On Sunday against Sunderland, Kelly Smith had to be taken off after being fouled in the box just nine minutes after coming on as...
Since an unforgettable Premier League debut at Anfield in August of 2010, which saw him sent off in second-half stoppage time, Laurent Koscielny hasn't had an easy journey to success for Arsenal.
With Arsene Wenger potentially off in the summer, we put it to you on Twitter who you want to take over at Arsenal.
by Stephen Bradley It's that time of year again! Welcome, one and all, to the fourth edition of the Annual Arsenal Associated Awards Relating to Greatness...
Many young players have come and gone through Arsenal’s doors; not many of them make the splash that fans expect; in fact, as of late, the majority have crashed and burned rather spectacularly.
Fresh after receiving a call-up to join the Algeria squad ahead of this year's Africa Cup of Nations tournament in Gabon, here is a profile of the 19-year-old midfielder and why you should keep an eye on him in future.
Football players have a lot of autonomy in Europe. so why did Jack Wilshere opt to go to bournemouth instead of AC Milan?
Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil both failed to make the 30-man shortlist for the Ballon D'Or and it's got me a little concerned.
I hate the international break. It bores me. I can’t get that excited about international football when it’s basically just a 'bigger' nation comfortably beating a...
As the season continues to drift towards its thoroughly anti-climactic conclusion, there are still a few things to play for.
Some of life’s greatest mysteries often go unsolved and I’m sure that Arsenal are responsible for around 75% of them. Forget the unknown identity of...
Who sets the tempo of Arsenal’s play?
We finally have a date for Arsenal's FA Cup replay against Hull City, and it's a slightly surprising one. The fixture hasn't been arranged for...
After he netted his seventh goal of the current campaign in a narrow Boxing Day win over MK Dons, Charlton's highly-rated teenager, Ademola Lookman, is becoming increasingly close to a potential Everton move.
Following Alex Iwobi's Nigeria coach, Gernot Rohr's, revelation that he'd actually had a meeting with Arsene Wenger over the 20-year-old's future, it got me thinking about where his career could go.
Given the harsh, finite realities of professional football at the highest level, it's becoming increasingly hard for youngsters to breakthrough the ranks at top clubs from academy level, especially between the ages of 17-21.
What did Arsenal actually learn against Paris Saint-Germain on Tuesday night?
I'm a self-confessed Theo Walcott fan. This won't surprise regular readers of Daily Cannon, as it's quite often a subject of debate between myself and...
'Jack's had a setback.' There isn't a sentence that exists which can fill an Arsenal fan's heart with sorrow than the above one. Anytime it...
Wednesday night's latest installment of the 'The Lionel Messi Show feat. Barcelona' was one of the most incredible ever produced, even for a programme that...
With news that Carl Jenkinson is expected to leave the club in the coming days, as well as uncertainty over Mathieu Debuchy's future at Arsenal, this article assesses the Gunners' options at right-back.
Arsenal are firmly back on track after a week of two halves.
Coming off the bench for the final 32 minutes on Tuesday, it was pretty clear that Theo Walcott was playing for a place at Euro 2016.
With Arsenal's fantastic 9,000 travelling contingent receiving widespread praise for the atmosphere at Old Trafford, we look at the contrast with the home support and what we can do to close the gap.
When criticising Arsenal for not taking enough risks, there is plenty to choose from.
Ahead of the upcoming campaign, headlines have surrounded the Football League Trophy - which will undergo a significant change.
When asked about whether Jack Wilshere has a future at Arsenal, Arsene Wenger simply replied that he thinks he does.
As another season ends without a realistic challenge for the Premier League or Champions League, the FA Cup Final was a very welcome conclusion. While...
by Stephen Bradley 'Are we good enough?' If there was one sentence that summed up the collective thinking of Arsenal fans at the moment, it would...
Arsene Wenger explained what he said to his Arsenal team at the halftime break against Bournemouth and his comments seem to backup what we strongly believed – it’s a mental problem.
With Gabriel's late injury in the win against City plus Mertesacker's long term problem added to Koscielny's extended holiday, there is no doubt that Arsenal are short of experience and number at centreback.
by Helen Trantum Arsenal’s academy specialises in left backs. In the Wenger years we have seen the likes of Ashley Cole, Gael Clichy and most recently...
There seems no likelihood that Arsene Wenger will leave Arsenal to become the England manager but that doesn’t mean the speculation and gossip is...
Having watched Arsenal drop points against a Fraser Forster inspired Southampton, I was livid. Toys out of the pram, forcing myself not to hurl inarticulate...
The season is over and we put our heads together at Daily Cannon to try and figure out who the player of the season is.
Arsenal have spent less than several clubs between 2010-2015 but does it really matter if we're not winning trophies?
Last week, Arsene Wenger confirmed that he does believe that Arsenal will extend both Per Mertesacker and Santi Cazorla's contracts by a year.
by Stephen Bradley There are many things in football that seem like they're designed to do one thing yet in fact do something quite different. For...
Sunday's home defeat to Liverpool could the final nail on the coffin for the Ladies' hopes of Champions League qualification. Should Pedro Losa go?
Arsenal are second in the league, unbeaten since opening day (except the EFL Cup), and have just won their Champions League group whilst scoring 18 goals in the process.
We look at a player who, despite a recent charm offensive, is more likely to leave the Emirates this summer than contract renegade Theo Walcott.
Should Arsenal fans be more patient?
By Matthew Wade Does Petr Cech's signing and the subsequent likely departure of Ospina demonstrate a new ambition and ruthlessness from Arsenal? So Arsenal have finally...
With Arsenal’s title challenge falling down around their ears, a few media outlets have taken to looking at the squad ahead of the summer. The...
Tottenham are at least a decade behind Arsenal.
The performances of Theo Walcott and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain are certainly a cause for concern this season and they both do not seem to have...
Whisper it, but Arsenal haven’t been playing the most beautiful football.
So another week of multi-continental international football loveliness has been and gone, with bugger all real news on the Arsenal front.
Ashley Cole has all but airbrushed him out of Arsenal's history, especially his role with the Invincibles, because of the Arsenal fans. Isn't it time we forgave him?
A summer without the Premier League doesn't have to be football-less doom and gloom. Unless that's what you want, that is.
Thierry Henry has admitted that Theo Walcott doesn't know his true position on the pitch and this is why he hasn't progressed, but who is to blame?
The season is over, but who were the heroes and villains of Arsenal’s campaign? We’ve decided it’d only be fair to go through the squad...
As Arsenal come up against the shortest team in the Premier League this weekend, we take a look at why size isn’t always everything.
Alexis was pictured still training after final whistle following our loss to West Ham.
Arséne Wenger broke his hoodoo over Jose Mourinho with his first ever victory against the Chelsea boss, and it was a refreshing change from the...
Signed from Manchester United, an England regular, a rounded footballer: write off Danny Welbeck at your own peril.
Once upon a time, an Arsenal team went a full 38 game league season unbeaten. We’re often told that the Invincibles were the ultimate team,...
Our defence of the FA Cup swings back into action this weekend. Yeah, meedja, look! We won something last season Yes, I know, you've noticed that...
So; the summer's international tournament has concluded, with Portugal playing Greece to France's Portugal. Some reputations have been enhanced and others, particularly managers, have been...
Why do Arsenal struggle in big games? It's all about their habits..
After a disappointing second place finish in the Premier League last season, Arsenal’s chief executive Ivan Gazidis said the team needs to win major trophies this season, and is currently feeling the pressure to deliver.
The season is over, but who were the heroes and villains of Arsenal's campaign? We've decided it'd only be fair to go through the squad...
The season is over, but who were the heroes and villains of Arsenal’s campaign? We’ve decided it’d only be fair to go through the squad...
In a bullish mood on Friday morning, Arsène Wenger strongly quashed rumours that Barcelona have any chance of signing Aaron Ramsey. “All our players want...
With the international break under way, we look at why Arsenal's own international focus has been on the Middle-East and Asia at the expense of the United States of America.
by Lewis Ambrose On Friday evening, our very own Helen Trantum wrote about Kieran Gibbs and argued that he should be back in the side...
Coquelin is unlike most Wenger youth products. The majority have had regular first team exposure throughout their late teens. By their mid-20s they have racked up...
The talent of Arsenal right-back Héctor Bellerín often taken for granted, mainly due to his age, but the Spaniard has surprisingly been ignored as the awards season approaches.
Aaron Ramsey believes that this season can still be a success in spite of Tuesday's Champions League elimination - can it?
At the start of the season, all the noise was about Pep Guardiola.
Prejudice is a funny thing. I read Nia's article earlier this week on International Women's Day about the difficulties she faces in establishing her credentials...
Danny Welbeck may not be scoring the number of goals people expect from a top striker, but that doesn't mean he wasn't a great buy as Paul Williams explains.
Arsenal have a great history, and part of that has included ground – and record – breaking wins in Europe. They need another on Tuesday night, and they can get it.
You may have noticed that it is now twenty years since Arsène Wenger took the hot seat at Arsenal. Here, at DCHQ, we thought it was time to have a look at his top five captures since his arrival in north London.
Even the most basic tactical analyst knows that success in football is all about balance and partnerships. When Francis Coquelin picked up his injury, he...
I’m not sure if you heard, but Arsenal won a big game on Sunday. They don’t do that very often, although that certainly seems like...
You may have noticed that it is now twenty years since Arsène Wenger took the hot seat at Arsenal. Here, at DCHQ, we thought it was time to have a look at his top five captures since his arrival in north London.
We reflect on an abject performance from the Gunners and the role stand-in captain Mertesacker played in generating not just a mountain but an Everest to climb in the return leg.
You may have noticed that it is now twenty years since Arsène Wenger took the hot seat at Arsenal. Here, at DCHQ, we thought it was time to have a look at his top five captures since his arrival in north London.
Arsenal travel to Sutton United on Monday night in the FA Cup with Arsene Wenger probably aware that he can’t win no matter what happens.
A peculiar thing happened to me during the Tottenham match last weekend. I was in the pub with the usual gathering of Arsenal fans that...
Is finishing above Spurs like winning a competition? Is it better?
After Arsène Wenger this week revealed that right-back Carl Jenkinson has lost confidence and is not completely himself, there's plenty of questions about the defender's future at the club as well as whether he's being treated correctly.
In the run up to Sunday's fixture against league leaders Chelsea, we look at whether recent victories over Man City, Man United and Liverpool...
In the 29th minute Stoke got awarded a penalty by referee, Lee Mason, but should it have been given?
Xhaka was heralded as the saviour of a central midfield that seemed to be our biggest weakness, so why isn't he starting games?
I left home over four years ago.
After months of increasingly vitriolic speculation about the uncertainty surrounding Theo Walcott's future, the Arsenal forward has broken his silence to derail one of the media's favourite stories.
Most seasons turn on just a few brief moments: here are the 2015-16 versions we've pulled out.
With the Arsenal squad looking more ready than any time in the last 9 years to compete for the Premier League one other question is on the horizon: How far are we from success in Europe?
Is resting Bellerin the right option or should he have a chance to rectify his performance against Spurs? Nia Griffiths explores the options.
First of all, I owe you an apology. In fact, I owe you a couple. In writing last week’s column on the beautiful football of our...
Arsenal made five signings in 2016 but which was the best?
With Aaron Ramsey's Arsenal contract set to run out in 2018, talk has begun to turn to the Welshman's future.
by Helen Trantum Thirteen and a half years is a long time. It’s longer than we’ve been at the Emirates. It’s longer than Daily Cannon has...
An argument I've seen circulating on the likes of Twitter recently is that if we as fans got behind Arsenal more, we'd have better results. Is this true?
A discussion of Arsenal against Ludoogorets, Sunderland, Mesut Ozil and Olivier Giroud
Arsenal beat Reading on Tuesday night to progress to the next round of the EFL Cup but what did we learn?
by Helen Trantum Why don't Arsenal "do" atmosphere? I'm not talking about the handful of big games we play each year; against our league rivals, against...
Alexandre Lacazette has been linked with Arsenal for several years running but is he really woth his £70m price tag?
After news broke last weekend of Arsenal's pursuit of Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy, there have been two common queries of the move. One of them is a solely footballing question, and one of them isn't.
Thierry Henry often saved his best for Tottenham. Relive some of his greatest moments.
A player with undoubted talent whose passion for the club cannot be questioned, will he get near our starting XI will a full squad available?
Our striking options are looking a tad threadbare.
On the face of it, the only thing more surprising than Jamie Vardy rejecting a move to Arsenal is Arsenal being interested in him in the first place.
Are Arsenal so focused on doing things right that they forget to do the right thing?
The season is over, but who were the heroes and villains of Arsenal’s campaign?
Arsene Wenger was sent off at the end of the very heated Burnley game, and he will likely be charged by the FA for using the word 'cheat' as revealed by the Evening Standard.
Is Arsenal's great run of form another false dawn or a true platform for future success?
Tuesday's loss to Barcelona, and the subsequent reaction from those associated with Arsenal to it, was a little bit weird. To explain why, we need...
Left wing. Right wing. Centre midfield. Centre attacking midfield. Aaron Ramsey can play in all four of those positions, and it may be the reason why Arsenal end up selling him in the summer.
The Arsenal goalkeeper debate rumbles on and, bucking the trend at Cannon Towers, Sean Ferguson thinks Arsenal should let Woj go.
The club is lucky enough to have two excellent goalkeepers vying for the number one spot. so who should be number one?
Jack Wilshere returned to action in an u21's match against Stoke City last night and there are reports he's set for a new Arsenal deal.
I saw a tweet today which suggested the correlation between AKB and Remain / WOB and Leave were probably pretty strong, and while that's a sizeable jump, it did get me thinking about the similarities between the Brexit fallout and the divisions in our fanbase.
There’s passion and there’s petulance, what we saw from Alexis at Swansea was the latter
Former Arsenal vice-chairman, David Dein, insists that Arsenal will have an impossible job finding an adequate successor for Arsene Wenger and he's completely correct.
German fans have a strange relationship with Mesut Özil, often criticized when he is present and missed when he is absent. There is no...
Despite no mid-week match for Arsenal, there was still plenty to talk about.
There are plenty of reasons to be optimistic at the minute, but are Arsenal actually better than they were last season?
Us fans are weird. Arsenal have just put together one of the longest winning streaks in its illustrious history. We're second in the league and...
Well. That escalated quickly, huh?!
71 days. That's how long we've had to put up without Arsenal playing in a competitive fixture. SEVENTY-ONE DAYS! Life is hard enough as it is without...
Amid rumours that Roma want to buy Wojciech Szczesny, Arsenal would be totally insane to let him go.
If the news regarding players' contract negotiations over the last few days are anything to go by, then it would seem like the board disagrees and has already decided to keep Wenger on.
The Manchester City manager was told his team did not win a single tackle in the first 35 minutes against Leicester and this is how he answered.
Arsene likes wide men who wander. When you look at the players who have featured on the wings for our long-serving manager, there is always...
This column begins with a simple question. Do you want to see Arsenal win every game they play? The obvious answer is of course, yes, no...
With more money than ever being given to Premier League clubs in TV deals, it's disheartening to see how this could affect Arsenal.
Wednesday's team performance against Southampton was abysmal in the first half and slightly improved in the second half but still not good enough.
What happens when nothing remains of the club you fell in love with?
Another week of underachievement in a season where, since November, disillusionment has never been far away.
I also thought it'd be fun to look at some of the (tiny, invisible, ignored by the mainstream media) positives of Arsenal's defeat to Bayern
For once, January in the transfer market was a calm one for both Arsenal and the fans. Getting their business tied up relatively early and...
'Excuse Bingo' has become a regular game at Cannon Towers but has our players' media training gone too far?
We look at why fighting for second – although not our goal for next season – is something we should welcome.
Ever since he wrote that Mesut Ozil was ‘nicking a living’, the Daily Mail’s Neil Ashton has taken a hell of a lot of...
I think this is the part where I tell you it's back on? So: it's back on! The run through January inspired little but doubt,...
Mesut Ozil used to help others win games, now he's winning them by himself.
Oh, how times have changed. In Friday morning's press conference, Arsène Wenger was asked about the current situation at Manchester United as well as the...
You wouldn’t think you could learn anything from a performance that was a carbon copy of a thousand we’ve watched before, but we did.
It's hard not to look at Arsenal, and the form they are currently in, without a major sense of regret. Obviously, it's great that they...
As Arsenal try to fight end of season drift and secure a top-three trophy (see what I did there?) ahead of a recovering Manchester City, it's been a week of encouragement in some quarters and frustration in others.
Yet again Arsenal bow out of the Champions League before the quarter-finals, but how has the side dealt wit that disappointment in past seasons?
Arsene Wenger is set for a ban, that is clear, but what is not is if it will be a touchline or stadium ban, with some papers seeming to be pushing for the latter, so what's the difference?
Arsenal return from a welcome break to Premier League action this weekend against Liverpool.
Swiftly followed by the news that Arsenal had triggered Jamie Vardy's release clause, came the story that Theo Walcott has a future in north London as long as he plays out wide but would he even still be here if Danny Welbeck was fit?
Arsenal will be hoping to avoid new manager syndrome when they host Swansea this weekend.
Shipping four goals is never, ever, excusable but Arsene Wenger was right to not play Laurent Koscielny against Liverpool.
Referees give a lot of penalties against Arsenal, but why doesn't Petr Cech save any of them?
Despite many claiming that Jack Wilshere’s time at Arsenal is over, Matt Hughes, Times Deputy Football Correspondent, believes that the club have been embarrassed over the loan of Jack Wilshere to Bournemouth because of how well he’s played.
Who wants to read about our failure to sign a centre forward and search for Johnny Evans?
Carl Jenkinson is set to sign for Crystal Palace on a permanent deal for a reported £3m during the January transfer window and while I agree that he's not good enough for Arsenal, I can't help but feel a little sad.
After the on-pitch ecstasy of Chelsea and Basel, Sunday's Lancashire struggle reminded us that the last 20 years have yielded plenty of frustration with joy.
In light of opposition fans and media having a field day twisting Arsene Wenger's quotes regarding Leicester City struggling this season, we take a look at three more times the boss' quotes have been taken out of context.
After what seems like the smallest break of all time, the 2015/16 season is now upon us. I mean, seriously, I saw Darren Berry yesterday...
It looks like the lessons from the past have not been learnt, as there has been reports of trouble on Thursday night in Marseille.
Let Nia Giffiths guide you down Champions League memory lane.
As Arsenal are eliminated from the Champions League in an all too familiar fashion, we look at the one reason we can be hopeful for next year.
How Santi Cazorla masked Arsenal's problems for years
Although Leicester were 5000/1 to win the Premiership this season, was Arsenal's Invincible season better?
Someone should tell the press that respect is a two-way street.
I don’t think I'll ever get closer to forgiving Fabregas for abandoning my club than Monday night.
by Nia Griffiths Trophies breed more trophies – fact or fiction? Aaron Ramsey was just the latest footballer to reference a ‘hunger’ for winning after picking...
Before long, our senior squad will trickle back to London Colney ahead of our clash against Manchester United on 19 November and everything will start to look very familiar.
After putting Chelsea to the sword, it only felt fair to do an equivalent version of the cast from Snow White and the Seven...
I didn't stick my head above the parapet and offer to write this section of our end of season review just so I could slate Theo Walcott.
In the face of adversity, do you favour fight or flight?
Roy Hodgson is predicted to leave Theo Walcott and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain out of England's Euro 2016 squad. Here's why this could be a mistake.
Goals have been a problem all season for Arsenal, and the solution looks as far off as ever.
There is a generation of Arsenal fans who have known no other, so what, exactly, has Arsene Wenger done in his 20 years at the club?
Arsenal have never faced Ludogorets before, or any Bulgarian side for that matter, so what can we expect? Let's try and take away the fear...
As the summer approaches, we face the very real prospect of losing the three biggest names at Arsenal - Arsene Wenger, Mesut Ozil and...
Does beating Chelsea in the community shield actually mean anything? So on Sunday the Mourinho blue dragon was finally vanquished, although in more of a...
This week has, even by Arsenal's standards, been one of high comedy. A few observations
Slipping out of the title race and into the fight for Champions League places, questions are going to be asked of Arsenal's home form this season.
"And here comes Alexis," my father bellowed as we observed Arsenal's acrimonious defeat at home to West Ham with equal parts dread and hangover. The...
Ten years ago, a Swedish Calvin Klein model crowned a distinguished career in front of the camera with the receipt of a prestigious and much-coveted award.
by Lewis Ambrose News is scarce this time of year, and that just means there are more nonsense stories around about what players get up...
Strikers are judged on how many goals they score.
Now that the chaos of the transfer window is behind us, and Arsenal have played a couple of games will all of our new players available for selection, what can we ascertain from both the starting XIs that were picked and how they were deployed tactically?
With the international break about to burst into full bloom, it's a good time to look back at what Arsenal have done so far this season in order to gauge how well they're performing but what stands out at the moment isn't what has happened, but what hasn't.
December was not a great month but it’s easy to forget the big wins we had at the start of the month, overshadowed by the performances and results than came in the latter half.
The big story on Sunday was, no doubt, the allegations that some Arsenal players, along with Chelsea, Leicester City and Birmingham City ones, have been a little bit naughty when it comes to following the anti-doping regulations.
by Stephen Bradley For the last few years, July has often been an awkward time for Arsenal fans. For almost a decade, we had to sit...
It probably doesn't bode well for us that the Bayern Munich fans aren't scared of facing Arsenal in the next round of the Champions League... at all.
What did Arsenal learn from their rather embarrassing loss way to Bournemouth?
So, after losing 4-3 at home to Liverpool, did anyone predict that by the middle of October, Arsenal would have won nine games out of the next ten, and that Mesut Özil would have SIX times as many goals as he has assists in the Premier League and Champions League this season?
For many Arsenal fans, the summer transfer window is like an establishing shot from a Clint Eastwood western.
by Stephen Bradley Us Arsenal fans are in a bit of a muddle at the moment. On the one hand, we have the fantastic news that...
Arsenal, perhaps for the first time this year, were seriously impressive in dispatching Everton this weekend. Pace, power, great interplay and, crucially, end product. The performance...
Arsenal v Manchester United used to be big enough on its own, but this season it's all about Arsene Wenger and Jose Mourinho.
92.05 - that was when Arsenal finally scored against Burnley, securing three points and ensuring we kept pressure on Spurs and Manchester City above us at the top of the Premier League table.
Why it's time for Arsene Wenger to say goodbye at Arsenal
As much as I hate to say it, Sergio Aguero is not signing for Arsenal
It's hard to look back on the first leg of Arsenal's Champions League tie with Barcelona with anything other than a sense of regret. Okay,...
After two of England's three representatives in the Round of 16 departed according to the Away Goals rule, we take a look at whether the rule is still applicable.
Arsene Wenger isn't going anywhere, so Paul Williams explains why getting behind the team or not going to games is the only choice fans realy have.
Momentum can be, well, momentous in football. When the Invincibles lost to United (or should I say: “were Mike Rileyed* at United”?) it triggered a...
The January transfer window is now open so that means loads of new shiny Arsenal players, right?
Another game, another bizarre, soul-destroying performance from Arsenal at the Emirates.
Since signing for Werder Bremen, Serge Gnabry has gone from strength to strength and you can't help but imagine Arsene Wenger will always watch him with a tinge of sadness.
On Thursday night a discussion broke out at Daily Cannon Towers about whether your wonderful editorial team might like to cover football topics away...
During the week, reports began to circulate that Mesut Ozil has finally agreed a new deal with Arsenal.
Fans are calling Wenger to go because he does not want to spend the club's money.
Who do you think was Arsenal's Player of the Month for February?
As Santi Cazorla's contract runs down while Jack Wilshere is out on loan at Bournemouth, it's starting to look as if Arsenal might not keep both.
There is no justification for objecting to the existence of Arsenal FanTV but it does raise a lot of problems
Last week's strolls against Reading and Sunderland highlighted why Arsenal are a more serious proposition this year.
Wojciech Szczesny wants to be a top class, number one keeper, at a leading club. He hoped that club would be Arsenal. I hoped that club...
by Nia Griffiths Is it possible to work out Arsenal’s most important player? We all preach about teamwork in football, but is it possible to actually...
Graeme Souness' spectacular rant on the mentality of the Arsenal players has gone around the internet and been applauded, but nobody is daring to...
On Thursday morning stories started to emerge claiming that Mesut Ozil's Arsenal future would not depend on money but Arsene Wenger and whether the manager remains at the club.
There have been approximately 1.5 million articles written about Granit Xhaka in the last 96 hours (that number is courtesy of The White House) and this is one more to go on the pile that is adding up almost as quickly as there are reasons to loathe Piers Morgan.
Ahead of Arsenal's game against Bournemouth this weekend, we spoke with Cherry Chimes blogger, Peter Bell, to get the lowdown on how Jack Wilshere has really been doing.
by Paul Williams Reflections on a season of surprises. A few months ago, following the farcical draw with Anderlecht and defeat at Swansea, I called for the...
by Nia Griffiths 'Learn from your mistakes' has become a personal mantra of mine... It's found a home in between my ears and set up camp...
The FA need to take a leaf out of the UEFA and FFF's playbook regarding players' physical integrity and inflicting injuries, and they also need to upgrade the disciplinary process.
After Arsenal’s win over Everton on Saturday, Arsene Wenger seemed to issue a rallying call to fans ahead of the title run in. He also...
Should Arsenal sell the seats of season ticket holders who repeatedly turn up late or don't turn up at all? Helen Trantum thinks so. Read...
When he met with the press on Thursday morning, Arsene Wenger said that Arsenal could ‘do better than we have done historically’ in November, so what does that even mean?
With Arsenal players new and not-so-new doing us proud all year long (mostly), it's been difficult to pick which one stands out the most.
It's one of the biggest games of the season, but which fans care about it more?
A fortnight ago I wrote that second place was still within Arsenal's reach despite the points gap, and with one point from a possible nine, Tottenham made my optimism a reality.
Do you have to be a sadomasochist to support Arsenal? Read on to find out. During the 85th minute of the game against Leicester City...
Horses for courses. It's an oft heard British idiom to explain how you should select the best person for the particular job, and it's exactly...
"Pain and suffering in various tempos."
A few weeks ago, Helen Trantum wrote on this site about the perils of living with the enemy. As you may have read, she lives...
For every fan that gets to go to every game, there are a hundred more that will never have that chance, so I thought I'd use this week's column to describe what a matchday in the life of Helen looks like, in an effort to share the experience.
Arsene Wenger has been charged with misconduct by the FA, so what sort of punishment and ban is he facing?
by Helen Trantum International football bores me. It's a sad indictment of the state of football, but that's the way I feel. The trouble is, I...
Who is Arsenal's number one? It's a question that Arsene Wenger might not be able to answer. We take a look at the best option here.
You’ve probably heard of xG models.
Could Hector Bellerin really end up captaining Arsenal one day?
“Be careful what you wish for.”
By Matthew Wade England international performances should remind us how lucky we are. While enjoying basking in the last flickering embers of the simultaneously roaring and comforting...
Despite the player insisting that he hasn't opened talks with anyone, speculation continues to link Zlatan Ibrahimovic with a Bosman move to Arsenal in...
Arsenal continuously crumble under pressure - why?
After another disappointing cameo from the bench on Sunday you have to wonder whether or not Theo Walcott has any future at Arsenal.
It's looking more and more likely that Gareth Southgate will be handed the England job full time, which means it's also looking likely that Arsene Wenger could be signing a contract extension with Arsenal.
Now the transfer window is closed and the international break is at an end, Arsenal can get on with the business at hand.
Since the disheartening (to put it lightly) 3-1 loss to West Brom, reports that Arsene Wenger has decided to stay at Arsenal and 'shake-up' the club over the summer have increased - but how?
These are the five changes that Arsenal needs to make before their next game.
Stephen Bradley wrote a fascinating column yesterday.
"Arsenal are going to win the league this season."
Having returned from long term injury against Leicester in mid February, Danny Welbeck has certainly rejuvenated a lacklustre Arsenal side and sent a timely...
Occasionally as a fan with unconventional career choices, I am forced to miss big games. Sometimes it's no bad thing. As Arsenal were once again...
With fresh reports suggesting David Ospina is set to leave the club this summer, it's time for some reflection - on what that means...
Mesut Özil accomplished something last week that is both damning to his critics and completely irrelevant to his fans; he failed the 'eye test'.
So another week has come and gone and less and less makes any sense aboard the good ship Arsenal.
When it comes to the connection between fans and the club they support, sometimes you couldn’t feel further away. One club is trying to fix that.
There are three things that always occur at this time of year in the world of football; International fixtures suck the life out of everyone, illuminous yellow balls are used in games for no good reason whatsoever, and reports start emanating from Barcelona that state that they're interested in signing an Arsenal player. Again.
As painful as it is, with 2016 coming to an end, it's time to look back at some of our not-so-great moments.
How do you choose the name that adorns your Arsenal shirt?
Although the big prizes have all gone for about half the teams in the Premier League, the last game of the season matters. Even for Arsenal, despite the feeling of slow drift over the last month.
I am by nature a patient person; one who prefers to give people the benefit of the doubt but there are limits.
What went wrong against West Ham and how should Arsenal solve it?
The League looks as if it's slipping from Arsenal's grasp yet again; is it time for Arsene Wenger to leave? Before I get into this...
There is no wrong way to play football. The game is about winning, and fans enjoy it when you win. As long as you win the method becomes irrelevant.
The gangly Arsenal forward is unable to play against his parent club on Saturday, but does the young French forward have a future at the Gunners?
Arsenal's victory at Hull City on Tuesday ensured that we will continue our defence of the FA Cup this weekend. I don't know, because I...
As much as Arsenal love to 'walk the ball into the net' at times, we do score some rather gorgeous goals for our efforts.
Was Santi Cazorla's knee ligament injury the moment Arsenal's title challenge was fatally torpedoed, even before they got to play United and Swansea? It's likely...
We’ve just entered March and we’re (just about) still on target for what most fans' minimum expectations would've been for this season. After Sunday’s 2-0...
Questions abound around Arsenal and the only way this could well be the only way they are likely to be answered
At this point, it's quite clear that Alexis Sanchez is off from Arsenal in the summer, so it seems only prudent that we should look forward to what sort of cash we can get for him.
What happens when you meet your footballing hero? This is...
The weekend's walk-over of the West London gazzilionaires has helped restore the faith, and the logic of recent decisions is now clear, but is this just another false dawn?
At the moment it's quite hard to write about Arsenal without writing about Arsene Wenger, but although an ongoing story, the subject is getting old.
Given the weekend's happenings, I think now would be a pretty good time to start supporting a different team. Arsenal are now out of the...
For most of Arsene Wenger's time in charge (and actually a fair bit of Gorgeous George's before him), the eleventh month has been a bete noire for Gooners.
We all have habits. Some of them we are only too aware of while others allow us to go about our business in the world...
Lining up with Gabriel over Per Mertesacker in recent weeks, it was a surprise to see Arsène Wenger hail the importance of communication at the back on Friday morning.
One of the first things you learn in life as an adult, is that you can't please everyone at the same time.
It didn't take a lot of deliberation to come up with our Daily Cannon breakthrough player of the season.
With Leicester still to entertain Bilic’s men, three points for Arsenal against a team punching well above their weight could be one of the critical stepping stones towards a title or a 23rd consecutive finish above our neighbours. To do so Arsenal will need to learn the lessons of their opening day defeat.
When Wenger decided to recall defensive midfielder Francis Coquelin back from his loan spell at Charlton, it’s fair to say a few of us...
After Leicester beat Sunderland 2-0 on Sunday and earned at least Europa League qualification, Claudio Ranieri was seen applauding the fans and having a little cry. Does this emotion sum up why Leicester have had a better season than Arsenal?
As Ferris Bueller once sagely noted, "Life moves pretty fast. if you don't stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it."
Emmanuel Petit seems to love a rant about Arsenal, despite apparently 'loving' the club and this time he's just making stuff up.
By Matthew Wade Why Jack Wilshere making himself central to Roy Hodgson's plans can only be a positive thing for Arsenal. So after my column last...
by Stephen Bradley Silly season. Woot. Every time I see a report in the news or on social media, concerning who Arsenal may or may not...
That Arsène Wenger marked his 20th anniversary of taking charge of the Arsenal with a scrappy, George Graham style, 1-0 win at Burnley was an irony I feel sure the Frenchman will have appreciated.
Ahhh, the interlull. A time where fans of competing club sides can band together, stand shoulder to shoulder with their compatriots, and support their national...
Has there ever been a player to settle in the Premier League and at Arsenal as quickly as Alexis Sanchez? Alexis has taken to English...
After a nightmare midweek, we look at how na-na-na-na-Giroud set about winning the fans – and the manager – over.
If you're anything like me, one of the highlights of your week used to be sitting down on your lunch break and listening to the Tuesday Club podcast.
Why Chelsea thrived and Arsenal died after October's 3-0 win
The reaction to Monday night's game versus Swansea was a case study in how people view football, but not for the obvious reasons. Losing 1-0...
Arsene Wenger did not seem to take too kindly to being told Alexis Sanchez should be spared some post-match criticism.
It's that time of year. Once again, we face the terrifying prospect of two long, arduous months of non-competitive football. Two months of rumours. Two months of...
Arsenal's dramatic win at home to Burnley on Sunday was underscored by huge controversy.
So I've been off the grid for two weeks, swallowed by acting work, and have emerged to a rather different Goonersphere.
For the second time in as many weeks, it appears as if Jack Wilshere has well and truly said goodbye to Arsenal.
Despite Saturday’s aberration against Tottenham, Francis Coquelin is still the best player we have in his role at the club. Matthew Wade explains why.
With the majority of things in football, once a team is successful in adopting an approach to winning - others follow suit.
Following Sam Allardyce's sacking from the England job for being an idiot, there are reports that the FA will come for Arsene Wenger again but would it be the right time for the Frenchman to move on?
We don't need to take a game out of context and use it as a stick to beat Wenger with. The truth is - there's plenty enough live ammunition from previous games. There's no need to fire Bayern blanks in his direction too.
If you believe the press, Leicester City are the best side ever to play in the Premier League. Of course, we all know that the real best side ever to play in the Premier League is our very own Invincibles, achieving a feat that none has even come close to since.
With talk swirling over Alexis Sanchez's new contract - or lack thereof - Arsenal fans are getting a little anxious.
How transfer rumours can actually benefit Arsenal.
March was a hard month for the Gunners. Although there’s still a bit of the month to go, Arsenal won’t be playing any more fixtures, so...
Could losing Olivier Giroud to the hamstring injury he sustained against Bournemouth be worse for Arsenal than losing Alexis Sanchez?
Monday night saw Real Madrid superstar Cristiano Ronaldo win the Ballon d’Or for the second year in a row. Fighting off competition from runners up four-time...
Sunday's FA Cup tie was not only hard to endure in isolation but was a painful microcosm of Arsenal in 2016, despite Arsene's best attempts...
Arsenal won 4-0 at Hull City in Tuesday evening's FA Cup fifth-round replay, but at what cost? Obviously, the win was excellent and keeps us...
When it was announced that Alexis Sanchez had sustained a low-grade muscle tear in training with national team Chile, Arsenal fans everywhere simultaneously held their breath.
Twenty years is a long time.
I'm willing to bet that everyone has said the phrase to a loved one at least once in the past: I love you but I don't like you very much right now.
With the international break in full swing, we thought it timely to take a look at Arsenal players in and how they got on in Euro 2012.
by Nia Griffiths Does being a 'fan favourite' give players leverage over their club and, in some cases, even immunity from criticism? Some players choose to...
by Paul Williams What does the average Arsenal blogger have to write about in the summer? Clearly, whatever it may say in my Twitter bio, I don't...
The very first man to have the number 7 on the back of a red Arsenal shirt (in both 1928 and 1933) was flying winger Joe Hulme. Learn all about him, including hearing from the man himself, in our latest pod
It's not often you can count the month your side crashed out of the Champions League as a great one, but that's what March...
by Helen Trantum To buy or not to buy – that is the question. Even following the January acquisition of Gabriel, there is still some clamour...
Sometimes your destiny is in your own hands, or at very least materially so.
Arsene Wenger has admitted that Mesut Ozil is struggling with his confidence but is he still feeling the effects of his recent illness?
'Dearly beloved, we are gathered here today...' Okay, maybe that's quite a dramatic opening, perhaps even unnecessary. However, it's hard to escape the feeling that...
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain's recent form looks set to give Arsene Wenger a headache when it comes to choosing the starting XI against Sunderland.
If you ever wanted to know the depth of hatred that Arsenal fans hold in their hearts for Jose Mourinho, you just had to look at how happy we all were on Sunday when Chelsea smashed his United.
You may have heard about type A personalities.
On Sunday, Granit Xhaka picked up his second red card of the season against Burnley.
Arsenal need a world class striker, Olivier Giroud isn't at the same level as Luis Suárez or Lionel Messi and they would've finished his...
With 2016 coming to an end, we look back at some of the highlights from the year.
An Alexis Sanchez strop can't mask a good weekend for Arsenal.
Well, here we are again. Not much to report since last week. Unless you count the England football team giving a perfect illustration of the...
Arsenal are facing an unprecedented situation with many players out of contract at the same time in 2018. What's going on?
It’s 10 a.m. at Arsenal Elementary School and class is in session.
It may seem like an impossible decision but, if faced with the option to only keep one at Arsenal, who would you pick, Mesut Ozil or Alexis Sanchez?
Is it time to stop seeing Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain as a wide boy?
With six wins out of six, Arsenal are currently the form team in the Premier League.
It’s well known that Arsene Wenger is not a shouter.
A recent article on Squawka has highlighted eight statistics which have suggested Alexis is currently part of Arsenal's problem.
It's a question I've been asking myself a lot over the past few weeks: why do I feel this protective need to defend Arsene Wenger while simultaneously believing that his time at Arsenal is up?
by Stephen Bradley Shut up and play. That, in essence, was the Russian FA's response to Emmanuel Frimpong getting sent off for reacting to racial abuse...
On a weekend where the Arsenal tail attempted to wag the dog, like England's bowlers after another batting collapse, the team's combination of pride,...
There is a generation of Arsenal fans who have known no other, so what, exactly, has Arsene Wenger done in his 20 years at the club?
Arsenal Ladies came from behind to win 3-2 their Conti Cup quarter-final at the death with a late penalty from Williams. But the main talking point for me was the awful performance from the referee.
The more desperate the situation at Arsenal grows, the more former players appear to be speaking up about it but is it really their business anymore?
Despite endless criticism from both supporters and media alike of Theo Walcott's ineffectiveness in the final third over the past two seasons, he netted his 100th career goal in our convincing victory over Hull City on Saturday. So which was his best?
FIFA are set to announce the World Cup will take place in the winter of 2022 and they are the only ones who are set to benefit from it as all others suffer.
Luis Enrique has suggested six-month contracts would save money for clubs and could be the way forward, even helping both clubs and managers in...
Liverpool away, Bayern Munich at home, Lincoln City at home - three games in eight days, yet in reality it is so much more.
Danny Welbeck came back and breathed fire into our title challenge during an otherwise dismal February, and it was enough for the folks at...
Arsène Wenger got away with one in Paris on Tuesday night.
Let’s face it, if it was a domestic club courting Arsene Wenger as publicly as the English FA are currently doing, we’d all be going mental.
Saturday lunchtime was an uninspiring start to Arsenal's nightmare run of fixtures. I suppose one could say that it was a decent run-out for those...