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Arsenal podcast #78: Bournemouth, Hull, Xhaka/Ramsey pairing + welcome back Welbeck.

In this latest edition of the Daily Cannon Arsenal podcast, Matthew is joined by Anita to discuss the performances at Bournemouth and Hull, and...
Daily Cannon Arsenal podcast

Arsenal podcast #77: West Brom and Crystal Palace wins, squad depth bliss & leaving...

In this latest edition of the Daily Cannon Arsenal podcast, Matthew is joined by Helen and Sylvain to discuss the wins over West Brom...
Why are Arsenal called Arsenal?

Why are Arsenal called Arsenal?

Every story has a beginning and for Arsenal, it all starts in 1886 with a group of men, a whip round and an obvious choice for the team's name
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Arsenal podcast #76: West Bromwich Albion, Wenger's contract + January transfers

In this latest edition of the Daily Cannon Arsenal podcast, Matthew is on his own. He talks about winning against WBA, Wenger contract rumours...

Happy holidays from Daily Cannon!

I just wanted to take this time to say Happy Holidays! to all our readers and also say a massive thank you! for your support throughout the year.
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Arsenal podcast #75: Everton and Manchester City, Ozil and Xhaka + Wenger's tactics

In this latest edition of the Daily Cannon Arsenal podcast, Matthew is joined by Paul and Helen to dissect a dispiriting week, discuss Ozil...
Daily Cannon Arsenal podcast

Arsenal podcast #74: Champions League draw, Everton, coffee machines + more

In this latest edition of the Daily Cannon Arsenal podcast, Stephen is joined by Anita and Sylvain to discuss Basel, Stoke City, and Bayern...
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Arsenal podcast #73: Revived Ox, midfield evolution & revelling in Manchester City's meltdown

In this latest edition of the Daily Cannon Arsenal podcast, Matthew and Paul discuss the weekend's goal-fest and the rise of The Ox.
Arsenal v Southampton - EFL Cup Quarter-Final

Why Arsene Wenger’s EFL Cup gamble didn’t pay off

Arsenal met Southampton at the Emirates on November 30 in a game that could have sent the Londoners into the semi-finals of the EFL Cup to face Liverpool.
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Arsenal podcast episode 72 - PSG, Bournemouth + best midfield?

In this latest edition of the Daily Cannon Arsenal podcast, Matthew is joined by Helen to discuss the games against PSG and Bournemouth. They also try to figure out what Arsenal's best midfield looks like at the moment.
Jack Wilshere

View from Bournemouth: How Jack Wilshere is really doing on loan

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.

Tottenham throw Champions League to focus on finishing behind Arsenal

Daily Cannon can EXCLUSIVELY reveal Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino feels that progression in Europe’s top competition only serves as a distraction from their season’s number one target: finishing below Arsenal.
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Bonus Arsenal Pod: PSG uncovered

In addition to our weekly pod, we have a Champions League special too.
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Arsenal podcast episode 70 - Olivier Giroud's magnificent whiskers

In this latest edition of the Daily Cannon Arsenal podcast, Matthew is joined by Anita and Sylvain to discuss the draw at Old Trafford, the upcoming CL group decider with PSG, and Olivier Giroud's magnificent whiskers.

Will Arsenal flatter to deceive again?

No team has toyed with the Premier League title without success as many times as Arsene Wenger and his precious Gunners have in recent memory; is 2016/17 finally going to be a title winning campaign or is the Gooner nation set for another tease ride?
Alexis Sanchez v Tottenham

Alexis Sanchez sets the record straight

Alexis Sanchez has confirmed that Arsene Wenger was the man to decided that he should play as the main striker at Arsenal.
Marouane Fellaini Jack Wilshere

Manchester United midfielder believes rivalry with Arsenal has more flavour now because of Mourinho

Marouane Fellaini believes that Arsenal's visist to Old Trafford this weekend has some added spice because of the rivalry between Arsene Wenger and Jose Mourinho.
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Arsenal podcast #69: North London Derby, Manchester United + youth lowdown

Matthew is joined by Mosope to go over the North London derby and figure out who to play at Old Trafford. They also have a...
Alexis Sanchez

Are Chile going to blow Arsenal’s title hopes?

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.
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Arsenal podcast #68: North London Derby aftermath

Matthew and Helen discuss the North London Derby. They also discuss where the result leaves them in regards to their title-chasing rivals in episode 68...
Jack Wilshere Bournemouth

Why Jack Wilshere Chose Bournemouth over AC Milan

Football players have a lot of autonomy in Europe. so why did Jack Wilshere opt to go to bournemouth instead of AC Milan?

Fewer goals than 3 Arsenal players & everything else you need to know about...

This week, our resident designer turned her attention to Tottenham and compiled all the relevant stats ahead of the game in one handy graphic for your viewing pleasure.

Stunning pictures show real reason for Tottenham star's injury lay-off

Shocking photos emerged this week of the Tottenham striker, Harry Kane, achieving something far more impressive than his two goals in six games this season - he's finally able to close his mouth.
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Arsenal podcast #67: Premier League wins, Ludogorets, North London Derby + Jack Wilshere's future

Stephen is joined by Paul to discuss the wins over Reading and Sunderland, and look forward to games against Ludogorets and Spurs. They also wonder...

Arsenal cause refereeing bust up

Reports have emerged that Graham Scott was injured after Arsenal's 2-0 victory over Reading, following a refereeing spat with Jon Moss over what is and isn't a red card.
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Arsenal podcast #66: Xhaka ban, Boro drought + Reading preview

Matthew is joined on our Arsenal podcast this week by Helen and Anita to discuss Xhaka's ban, the Ludogorets goal-fest, the opposite vs Middlesbrough and look forward to the League Cup
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Episode 65: Walcott's poaching, Xhaka's red + Arsenal's new superstar

Matthew and Sylvain celebrate Theo's poaching instincts, try to get their heads round Xhaka's red card and celebrate Arsenal Ladies' new superstar signing. Enjoy in...
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Episode 64: Arsenal's pressing, Arsenal Ladies + Alexander Kolorov

Matthew is joined by Helen & Sylvain to recap recent matches, discuss Arsenal's flirtation with the pressing obsession, update on Arsenal Ladies season and...
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Episode 63: Basel and Burnley wins, Arsenal improvements + Wenger's 20th

Matthew and Paul discuss the recent wins over Basel and Burnley, and wonder over just how current injured players will improve the side. They...

9 defining moments of Arsene Wenger at Arsenal

On 1 October, 1996, Arsene Wenger officially took charge of Arsenal. Here we look at 9 of his most defining moments.
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Bonus podcast: Arsenal v FC Basel discussion with Swiss football researcher

Stephen is joined by Football Manager's Swiss researcher Oliver Zesiger, to discuss Arsenal's next Champions League opponents. Eder Balanta and Breel Embolo get mentioned...
Walcott has started the season off well, surprising many critics who suggested his time at the Emirates was gradually coming to a halt. | Photo: Paul Gilham / Getty Images

Arsenal forward aims to be more selfish

Theo Walcott has admitted that perhaps one of his biggest downfalls has been thinking about others first instead of himself and he believes this needs to change.
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Episode 62: Nottingham Forest victory, Chelsea humiliation + booing Fabregas

Matthew, Stephen and Anita discuss league cup victory at Forest, this season's tactical changes, the emergence of Iwobi and 'Kostafi', and booing ex players. ...

Everything you need to know ahead of Arsenal v Chelsea

It's Premier League time and this time, the arrival of Chelsea as Arsenal look to get their first win over their London rivals in the league in an eternity.
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Episode 61: Hull City (and back), tactical evolution, Arsenal Legends + Manchester United woes

Matthew is joined by Helen and special guest JB (@gunnerpunner) to discuss going to Hull and back, tactical evolutions, left backs and the Arsenal...
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Episode 60: Discussing Arsenal debuts, Southampton penalty, return of Bendtner at Nottingham Forest +...

Paul and Sylvain join Matthew to run the rule over the new signings' debut, debate the rules re the penalty against Southampton, have a peek towards PSG away, and celebrate Nicklas Bendtner's signing for Nottingham Forest.
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Bonus podcast: PSG v Arsenal discussion with French football expert

With the Champions League almost upon us, Stephen is joined by French football expert Lana Dawood to talk about Paris Saint-Germian post-Zlatan, and how she expects the game to go.
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Episode 59: Transfer window, Walcott's usefulness + Oxlade-Chamberlain conundrum

Matthew returns to chat to Helen and Sylvain about the transfer window hokey cokey, Theo's return to usefulness and the Oxlade-Chamberlain conundrum. Enjoy in the...

Arsenal weekend recap – Ozil happy but wants number change, Xhaka, Lucas + more

A weekend without Arsenal is never quite the same as one with them but the good thing about international duty is that we get to hear a bit more from players than when they are under the Arsenal thumb at home.
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Episode 58: Discussing Granit Xhaka's Exquisite Balls + new signings and more

Stephen is joined by Helen and Anita to discuss the weekend win over Watford, Arsenal's imminent new signings, and reflect on a week without any bad news.