Stephen Bradley gets out of his sick bed to analyse Arsenal's 0-1 loss to Olympiacos in the Europa League.
Why are Arsenal such a weird team? That's a question we try to answer as we look back over the tactics of Arsenal's 3-1 win vs Olympiacos
In the latest edition of the Daily Cannon Tactics Board, Stephen Bradley bemoans Arsenal's lack of a cutting edge as they stumbled to a 1-1 at Turf Moor on Saturday lunchtime.
Arsenal's encouraging performances continued with an excellent 3-1 victory over Leicester City, so is it time to trust Mikel Arteta's process
It was nervy at times, but Arsenal managed to find a way to win their Europa League Round-of-32 tie against Benfica on Thursday evening but at what cost?
Stephen Bradley analyses how Manchester City managed to exert their will Arsenal, how they struggled to cope with runners, and why the Gunners were unable to fight fire with fire.
It was a case of 'What could have been' for Arsenal as they were held to a 1-1 draw against Benfica in the first...
Arsenal got a much needed Premier League victory over Leeds United, see how they did it using the press and how Mikel Arteta almost messed it up
There were 3 players Arsenal should have signed in January and the fact that they didn't might just cost them this season
With another disappointing Premier League defeat on the books, is Mikel Arteta's position as Arsenal manager now under threat?
Partey's growing influence on the way the team plays, how Wolves' back four led to so many chances for Arsenal, and how the law is an ass.
With the 2020-21 winter transfer window coming to an end, let's see how well Arsenal have managed to go about their business over the past month, and whether they can be happy with their work as a whole.
In this episode of Daily Cannon's Tactics Board, Stephen Bradley reviews Arsenal's 0-0 draw against Manchester United in the Premier League this weekend.
Can Arsenal maintain their recent run of good form when Manchester United arrive at the Emirates Stadium on Saturday?
What can Arsenal expect from the Norwegian prodigy Martin Ødegaard and why did he choose the Gunners over Real Sociedad or Ajax?
Arsenal returned to winning ways with an impressive 3-1 win over Southampton but what changed from the FA Cup game?
On this week's Tactics Board, Stephen Bradley reviews Arsenal's lacklustre 1-0 defeat to Southampton in the fourth round of the F.A Cup.
Stephen Bradley is back for Daily Cannon with a much more enjoyable game to analyse, looking at how Arsenal beat Newcastle United 3-0 on Monday night.
Tactics: What did Mikel Arteta change at half-time to take Arsenal from dour to delectable? How important is Emile Smith Rowe to this side?
Stephen bravely returns to dissect one of the most dour matches of the season as Arsenal's winning run came to a boring end against Crystal Palace.
Arsenal made their way to the fourth round of the FA Cup but they needed extra time and Emile Smith Rowe to do it.
Starting with Arsenal's thumping of West Brom at the weekend, Stephen talks formation, Bukayo Saka's ability to play anywhere, substitutions, timing and much more.
As I type this, it is two months to the day since it was announced that Mikel Arteta had tested positive for Covid-19 and football across the United Kingdom was postponed soon afterwards.
In a world gripped by a global pandemic, Arsenal have managed to end up in one of the most expensive and nuanced games of chicken ever to take place.
Remember when we all missed watching The Arsenal during the international break? It turns out that ignorance really is bliss. Sigh.
September 10th is World Suicide Awareness Day. Every 40 seconds, a person dies by suicide somewhere in the world. The goal of WSAD is to increase awareness of the public health significance of suicide and suicide attempts, and to make suicide prevention a higher priority on the global public health agenda. But numbers can only tell a small fraction of the story. The rest of the story is below.
We're now four games into the season and we can start to figure out how Arsenal are shaping up for the year, where we think things are going well and where we think improvement or change might be needed.
For almost a decade, Arsenal fans have lamented the lack of a succession plan in place for when Arsene Wenger leaves his role as manager. But now, as evidenced by the signing of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, a plan is finally being put together - and it stinks.
Until we refuse to take players seriously for making the most of every contact made with a defender, then players won't take the rules seriously either.
Arsenal's January 2018 transfer window had more in common than the NBA than football - but why?
Is anybody else worried that the first two players targeted by Arsenal's Head of Recruitment Sven Mislintat are ones who were good at Borussia Dortmund whilst Mislintat was employed there?
Denial. Anger. Bargaining. Depression. Acceptance. To most people, these are the five stages of grief. To Arsenal fans of late, these are simply known as 'Monday'.
If Arsenal held the winning positions against Liverpool and Chelsea over the Christmas period, they would be in fifth in the table.
With this being my last column for 2017, I'm going to try and answer the three biggest issues facing Arsenal in 2018, as they try to keep up with their rivals and not let another season slip into the abyss that is Europa League football.
All three of you who have read my columns on a regular basis will know that I am not an overly sentimental chap, and the recent Mikel Arteta rumours suggests Ivan Gazidis isn't either.
After Wednesday's tepid 0-0 draw at West Ham, Arsenal find themselves in a rather precarious position.
There's no doubt that Mesut Özil is one of the most polarising players to have ever played for Arsenal.
If Gazidis acts as the ‘catalyst for change’, forcing Wenger to change his style of play and by appointing staff to handle transfers, players will know exactly where they stand.
During an international break, the only thing that usually commands the attention of a club's fans is the continued health of its players.
Last Sunday, when Arsenal's team selection to face Manchester City was announced, there were two immediate reactions of disbelief.