Ask any Arsenal fan and they will tell you that referees are quick to give penalties against them but not so quick to give a spot-kick to the Gunners, so is this true and who gives the most penalties against Arsenal?
Mike Dean has been in charge of 63 Arsenal Premier League games, far more than any other official in the history of the league, but he's refereed even more Manchester United games.
Mikel Arteta says that he does not understand how James McCarthy was able to remain on the pitch after the Crystal Palace player hacked Bukayo Saka down with zero intention of playing the ball.
Former referee Chris Foy has used his Mail on Sunday column to defend Calum Chambers being punched in the face in the lead up to Manchester City's second goal.
Mikel Arteta has said that he is 'angry' about Granit Xhaka's red card because of similar challenges not being punished in that way against Arsenal.
You aren't imagining it if you think Arsenal are getting the worst of VAR, with ESPN totalling decisions to find Arsenal clear at the bottom of the table.
Arsenal have committed fewer fouls than any other side in the league, not that that is reflected in their card record.
VAR decisions against Arsenal have been a common theme with the one against Burnley just the latest in a long line of bad decisions this season.
Mark Clattenburg said Arsenal's penalty was right to stand and action should have been taken against Harry Kane for his dangerous barge on Gabriel.
Michael Oliver will referee Arsenal's upcoming North London derby match against Tottenham Hotspur this weekend.
Writing in the Mail on Sunday, Chris Foy became one of only a handful of people to say that the Arsenal penalty decision was correct, despite what the law actually says
Arsenal could only muster a 1-1 draw against Burnley thanks, as usual, to their own stupidity and the VAR rules that only apply to Arsenal.
Against Leicester, Arsenal once again found that their opponents can foul with relative impunity while the Gunners are punished almost immediately.
Arsenal fans know this hasn't been a great season for VAR decisions overturned in their favour, but it's probably worse than they thought.
Arsenal's best and worst referee revealed! Arsenal fans were are wondering just what they have to do to get a fair shake from match officials
Chris Kavanagh delivered another refereeing horror show as Arsenal lost to Aston Villa as more bad decisions go against the Gunners.
There seems to be a lot of confusion around the law in the Premier League and that's making David Luiz's red card even more ridiculous.
While this season has been pretty painful, we have at least been able to relax knowing Martin Atkinson hasn't been involved, in any capacity,...
We've had to wait until November, but Martin Atkinson has finally been selected to referee an Arsenal match this season and that's not good news
Andre Marriner will be the VAR against Sheffield United at the Emirates on Sunday, his second Arsenal match in a row
Craig Pawson will take charge of Arsenal's trip to Liverpool this weekend in for their Premier League fixture.
Michael Oliver will take charge of Arsenal's game against West Ham on Saturday, a referee we thankfully rarely see can we rarely win.
You can argue all you like, but Arsenal got screwed all season by referees and here are the stats to back that up.
Mike Dean's face might well go down as one of the highlights of this awful Arsenal season, but having to wait until the end of July for it was almost worth everything else we had to go through.
Arsenal picked up just a point against Leicester as they struggled to hold onto their 1-0 lead after Eddie Nketiah was sent off, but why did Jamie Vardy get away with kicking Mustafi in the head?
Matthew is joined by Anita to pick over the bones of disasters away at Man City and Brighton, the impact of injuries and recent Covid-19 news, and ask who has the right mentality for a massive club.
Martin Atkinson's performance during Arsenal's match at Brighton on Saturday was one of the worst we've seen and while we can say blaming the referee for a defeat is refusing to accept how poor Arsenal are, Arsenal and the referee can both be sh*t at the same time.
Against Manchester City on Wednesday, Arsenal will get a set of match officials that does not involve Martin Atkinson, Mike Dean, nor Chris Kavanagh in what almost feels like a minor miracle.
Martin Atkinson took charge of his sixth Arsenal game this season as the Premier League and FA continue to give this man more Arsenal matches than any other but even he couldn't stop Arsenal beating West Ham.
After sitting on top of the table all season, Arsenal have finally dropped down a place as referees move Bournemouth to the top of the yellow card table.
Premier League referees will finally use pitchside monitors properly from next season to rule on offside calls as well as red cards.
The Daily Mail today reported that PGMOL are not responsible for the fact that referees do not use pitchside monitors because that was the decision of Premier League clubs in at least four meetings.
For the seventh time this season, Mike Dean will be involved with an Arsenal match, this time taking charge of our FA Cup tie at Portsmouth on Monday night.
VAR will be used in the Europa League knock-out stages which start this week with Arsenal welcoming Olympiacos to the Emirates.
Arsenal won 4-0 against Newcastle United on Sunday, but that shouldn't stop us drawing attention to a terrible offside decision against Mesut Özil in the second half.
Lee Mason will take charge of Arsenal's game against Newcastle this weekend and, despite being viewed as a widely incompetent ref, he's actually one we do really well under.
Bobby Madley is set for a return to refereeing in England, despite being sacked by PGMOL for mocking a disabled person.
After slipping to second place for a week, Arsenal are back on top of the yellow card table.
Arsenal will travel to Bournemouth on Monday night for a match refereed, again, by Martin Atkinson, while Mike Dean will run the VAR. One week...
Stuart Attwell took charge of Arsenal's game against Chelsea and maintained his record of being Arsenal's worst referee in the Premier League.