Arsenal's first team squad has undergone quite a transformation since Arsene Wenger left, but who is the longest serving player and who will that be when the transfer window closes?
Matthew & Lana touch base on the the summer signings (and give Fabio Vieira some love), ponder the plan for Pepe, and look forwards by looking back at some of the not so dearly departed.
As Arsenal finally announce the signing of Gabriel Jesus, will he be the one to break the number 9 curse that's hung over the shirt for years?
When Mikel Arteta arrived at Arsenal, Matteo Guendouzi was valued at £45m and was a regular first team starter, but a handful of games later, he was out of the squad altogether, so what happened between Mikel Arteta and Matteo Guendouzi?
Arsenal have finally announced the signing of Matt Turner from New England Revolution in the MLS, so who is he and why are they signing him?
Part one of the Daily Cannon Podcast end of season review, where Matthew is joined by Anita and Lana to give their main takeaways from the season, put their votes in for the Daily Cannon Podcast Awards, and cast an eye to next year.
The dust has settled on another enthralling Premier League season and it’s feeling like more of the same for the Gunners.
For once, Tottenham resisted the urge to be Spursy on the last day of the season and Arsenal finish the campaign in fifth place after beating Everton at the Emirates on Sunday.
With Arsenal sitting in fifth place in the EPL table at the time of writing, this is a good moment to take a look back over the season and consider which players have stood out in the games to date.
The season is not yet over, but whatever happens between now and May 22nd we should not let it detract from the fact that is has been a positive season.
In January, it was revealed that the FA were looking in to betting around a card shown to an Arsenal player, but after much suspicion was thrown around, what do we actually know and why did the story vanish?
What a difference Eddie Nketiah makes...
Arsenal are set for another clear-out this summer as the club looks to finally get rid of the last of the deadwood, so what players look like they will be heading for the door?
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...
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang made the Team of the Week in FIFA Ultimate Team this week, as his strong form with Barcelona continues.
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.
Since Arsène Wenger’s time as manager, Arsenal have been renowned for nurturing some of the best young talents in world football and giving them the chance to perform on the biggest stage.
Football is a game of emotions more than anything else, as Paul Williams ponders this week.
Matthew is joined by Sylvain Jamet to talk about wins against Watford and Wolves and the women's wins against Reading and Birmingham, all while trying not to worry about war (although we discuss what that means for Chelsea FC).
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.
Martin Odegaard, Bukayo Saka, Emile Smith Rowe and Gabriel Martinelli. Aged 23, 20, 21, and 20 respectively.
Newcastle United manager Eddie Howe has revealed Joe Willock needed to be told he had to grow up, work harder and focus more after a rough period at the club for the 22-year-old.
Amid the links to a potential transfer to Arsenal this summer, Jonathan David has admitted Thierry Henry is one of his inspirations.
2021/22 may be the season where everything finally clicks for Arsenal.
Arsenal fans were left puzzled after watching Manchester United's draw against Southampton when Bruno Fernandes swung a punch yet received no punishment.
The Gabriel Martinelli red card was the15th under Mikel Arteta yet, once again, we are sitting here wondering why you never see red cards like that for anyone other teams.
With more players set to depart Arsenal in the summer, there will be a few first team squad numbers up for grabs, so who could change?
Gabriel Martinelli won his second consecutive Arsenal Player of the Month award last week, perhaps somewhat controversially.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang was stripped of the captaincy at Arsenal just weeks before his contract was terminated as he became the latest to fall victim to the demon armband.
Arsenal’s recovery from a slow start to the season has sparked talk that they can secure a place in the Champions League next term. Three...
The news that Spotify opted to remove Neil Young's music rather than Joe Rogan's podcast shows that would-be Arsenal owner, Daniel Ek, is no better than the rest of the billionaires on this planet.
Emmanuel Adebayor has been ranting again while three Arsenal loanees are doing things to make people take notice
When Arsenal released their latest training kit, they once again excluded female fans and the women's team and, as Helen Trantum explains, this is far from an isolated incident...
Ainsley Maitland-Niles has joined AS Roma on loan for the rest of the season after the promise of more minutes at Arsenal failed to materialise.
The Brazilian forward was Arsenal's first transfer of the summer of 2019 but how much did Arsenal pay for Gabriel Martinelli?
As we enter the second half of the 2021/22 season, it's time to ask if the Arsenal Women can match their predecessors and win the quadruple like in 2006/07.
It has been a strange start to the season for Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal, but they finally seem to have found their feet following the influx of new signings in the summer.