After an excellent October for Arsenal, Paul Williams lets himself get a little excited...
After Arsenal's 3-1 win over Tottenham to remain top of the Premier League table, Paul Williams is here with his thoughts.
Over the course of three hours football at the Emirates in the last week, the Arsenal have showed an impressive resilience to go with an increased level of control in their game with five wins out of five, but can they make it six against Manchester United?.
Arsenal's record of winning in Europe is far from great, so why do fans get so excited when it always leads to disappointment ponders Paul Williams...
What a difference Eddie Nketiah makes...
If you didn't know it already, following last Monday's rather painful experience at Selhurst Park, Saturday's home defeat to Brighton, told us rather emphatically, that nothing can be taken for granted as we head towards the end of this Premier League season.
So, the last time we spoke, some idiot was saying something about not casting envious eyes in the direction of the Crystal Palace bench and our former captain, Patrick Vieira.
Thursday, 31 March saw the 21st anniversary of the passing of one the Arsenal's favourite sons, David Rocastle. It seems incomprehensible to me now...
At the weekend, Arsenal made their way into the final international break of the season by taking three points at Villa Park.
I'm not sure if it's a sense of my own, or indeed Arsenal's new found, hard won maturity, but I went to bed following our 2-0 reverse at home to Liverpool feeling fairly philosophical.
Football is a game of emotions more than anything else, as Paul Williams ponders this week.
In a long-overdue return to writing, Paul Williams ponders the difference between Arsenal fans in the stadium and those online who seem to have very different views on what Mikel Arteta is doing at Arsenal.
Darren Berry, author of Clickbait: Life As a Modern Football Fan - a mildly painful chronicle of Unai Emery's one full season in charge of the mighty Arsenal, has written another book.
Thinking about something to write this weekend... well, I didn't have to think too hard. I thought a look back at the career of Arsenal legend, Ian Wright, may be in order.
In many respects, Arsenal's 2-1 hammering of the newly crowned Premier League champions, Chelsea, in the Wembley sunshine last May can now be regarded as the cruelest of false dawns.
20 years ago Arsenal sacked George Graham. Little did anyone imagine the chain of events that would unfold.
Until 2018, Arsenal fans under the age of 20 knew only one man to occupy the manager's office, but how much do they know about George Graham?
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?
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has, I think it's fair to say, been quite the success at Arsenal Football Club.
When I last wrote a piece for this esteemed website, I was emotional, relieved and a little starry eyed as I reacted to the news that Arsène Wenger would be leaving Arsenal Football Club after 22 years in charge.
Fifteen years ago, on the 16th November 2002, Thierry Henry scored that goal against Tottenham Hotspur, but was it overrated?
Life moves pretty fast. If you don't stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it. Sentiments that apply, almost perfectly, to the Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain saga.
Today marks 16 years since David Rocastle passed. Here, from our Arsenal Number 7s book, is an extract from Paul Williams chapter on this true legend
Daily Cannon's Paul Williams discusses another shambles and what lies ahead for Arsenal for the rest of the season.
Why it's time for Arsene Wenger to say goodbye at Arsenal
Arsenal's dramatic win at home to Burnley on Sunday was underscored by huge controversy.
This post was written prior to the events of Tuesday night Olivier Giroud scored the goal of the season on Sunday evening. Okay, yes, it's a...
"Pain and suffering in various tempos."
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."
The subject of Arsène Wenger's likely legacy has been on my mind recently.
Arsenal recorded their first Premier League win of November with a hard fought win against AFC Bournemouth. So how did the players do individually?
Paul takes a look back over the past week and a look ahead at what is to come
From international indifference to the white hot intensity of Manchester United v Arsenal.
Real life can be so inconsiderate sometimes.
A discussion of Arsenal against Ludoogorets, Sunderland, Mesut Ozil and Olivier Giroud
Reading Jack Wilshere's interview with the Daily Mail, it's impossible not to think of it as a 2,000 word exit interview.
It was once said of Arsène Wenger that he was an unlucky manager.
With six wins out of six, Arsenal are currently the form team in the Premier League.
Arsenal will be hoping to avoid new manager syndrome when they host Swansea this weekend.
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.