Amid the hilarity of Harry Kane's performance against Arsenal and his complete no-show this season, it occurred to me that Manchester City have, yet again, disturbed a rival player to the point of crippling him.
Few things drone on more than a man with a chip on his shoulder and that's exactly what Emi Martinez seems to be despite how well it's been going for him.
Celebrate 300 episodes as we look back at the contrasting fortunes of the men's and women's teams against Chelsea, what we can learn from both and where £50m man Ben White fits in.
Herbert Chapman is an Arsenal legend, but shouldn't he be a footballing one all fans know?
50 years ago today, on 11 June, 1971, Liam Brady joined Arsenal's Academy, so we take a long look back at his time at the club as a player.
Unai Emery’s reputation among Arsenal fans hasn’t exactly been enhanced since he left the club but let's take a look back at why it might not have been a bad thing that he failed at Arsenal.
Gael Clichy left Arsenal in the summer of 2011 because he didn't feel wanted, so who else left that summer which heralded the start of the Banter Era.
Marouane Chamakh arrived on a free with Park Chu Young costing a paltry £5.85m but by the end of their time at Arsenal they had cost the club a combined total of £34m
Gedion Zelalem was signed by Arsenal in 2013 but made only four appearances for the senior team, so where is he now?
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 associated with all things Irish.
If Mikel Arteta wants to turn things around at Arsenal, he needs to let go of something he has obviously picked up from Arsene Wenger.
Arsenal have provided the footballing world with plenty of entertainment over the years, and here we look at their 5 best matches.
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.
Arsene Wenger's long-anticipated book dropped this week and there was not a single mention of Jose Mourinho, the best snub possible from the former Arsenal manager.
Danny Welbeck and Jack Wilshere ended deadline day without a club while Theo Walcott ended up back at Southampton, so what happened?
Dani Ceballos will wear the number eight shirt for his season on loan with Arsenal but who else has worn it?
13 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.
Willian is now an Arsenal player but how many players have moved from Chelsea to Arsenal over the years?
2020 has been a hell of a year for most people and footballing woes, in the light of everything else that’s going on around the planet, are trivial in comparison. Welcome to the most depressing end-of-season review you're going to read this summer.
Today, thanks to Arsène Wenger's influence, Arsenal are FA Cups kings with 13 but Arsenal's first FA Cup came 90 years ago, in the 1929/30 season.
Mesut Ozil was pictured training with the Arsenal squad ahead of their last Premier League game of the season but there will be no goodbyes for the man who was supposed to herald a new era but turned out to be something else instead.
Nwankwo Kanu was the king of the cheeky toe poke.
Born in Prague on 4th October 1980, Tomas Rosicky had football in his blood and signed for Arsenal on 23 May 2006.
Arsene Wenger 'went absolutely mental' says Jeremie Aliadiere, when Arsenal got smashed 6-1 by Manchester United which isn't entirely surprising given we all did...
Unai Emery is back again blaming everybody around him for his own failures.
Two years after the end of Arsene Wenger's final season with Arsenal, we're looking back at the manager's final campaign, and this time specifically November to January.
Two years after Arsene Wenger's final season with Arsenal, let's take a look back at the manager's final campaign, starting with August to October.
Two years ago, Arsene Wenger said goodbye to Arsenal after his final match. This was what I wrote at the time...
There have been many pretenders, including Liverpool in the 9/20 season, but none have come close to Arsenal's Invincibles magnificent achievement of going undefeated.
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.
Despite now sitting on the Arsenal bench as head coach, Mikel Arteta's career as one of Arsenal's unsung playing heroes should never be forgotten.
Some players come into the category of the under-appreciated because they are over-shadowed by superior team-mates. Others because they excel in under-achieving teams. There are even those whose ebullient personalities serve to distract from their dedication and skill. None of these apply to Peter Frederick Simpson.
20 years ago Arsenal sacked George Graham. Little did anyone imagine the chain of events that would unfold.
Unai Emery has heaped a huge dollop of responsibility for his sacking on top of Arsenal fans when the reality is we were the least of his problems given his own ineptitude.
With FA Cup games kicking off a minute later than normal to highlight mental health issues, Paul Merson has revealed that this time last year he was suicidal.
I've been putting off writing this review of Arsenal's 2019 because, well, it was rubbish, wasn't it? You remember, you were there.
Down the decades, Arsenal fans have been spoiled with a succession of top-class goalkeepers but this seemingly unbroken alternation between club greats and journeymen since WWII doesn't include one very notable exception - John Lukic
Looking through some stats, I thought it an interesting distraction to have a gander at the players Unai Emery picked the most often this season to see if I could make a first XI.
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?