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Episode 284: Arsenal & the Super League: Yes or no?

It has certainly been an interesting week for both Arsenal Football Club, and football as a whole.

What does Arsenal’s draw against Fulham even mean now?

In this edition of the Daily Cannon Tactics Board, we review Arsenal's 1-1 draw with Fulham and ask if it even matters any more?
Folarin Balogun ahead of a game for the Arsenal u23s (Photo via Arsenal Academy on Twitter)

New contract behind Folarin Balogun’s squad return

Although he was just the extra man on this occasion, Folarin Balogun made another step forward on Sunday by featuring in Arsenal's travelling squad.

14 Arsenal goals in 2 wins and 1 draw this weekend

Arsenal's teams played three matches this weekend and while we all bored ourselves stupid, the women and u18s were putting on a show.
London, England, 18th April 2021. Referee Craig Pawson talks to Alexandre Lacazette of Arsenal during the Premier League match at the Emirates Stadium, London. Picture credit: David Klein / Sportimage

VAR and Fulham hold Arsenal to 1-1 draw

Despite having the ball in the back of the net three times, Arsenal could only draw 1-1 with Fulham thanks to a dodgy penalty on an afternoon to forget.