(Aug 1993: Peter Schmeichel of Manchester United waits by the post with Ian Wright of Arsenal during the Charity Shield Final match played at Wembley Stadium in London, england. Manchester United won 6-5 on penalties. (Shaun Botterill/Allsport)

Arsenal legends: Ian Wright Wright Wright!

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.

Arsenal at Anfield in 1989: Still my greatest football high ever

When Arsenal won the league at Anfield on 26th May 1989, it was my first high as a football fan and still the greatest.
COMMERCE CITY, CO - JULY 15: Mesut Oezil #10 of Arsenal jokes with teammates while warming up against the Colorado Rapids at Dick's Sporting Goods Park on July 15, 2019 in Commerce City, Colorado. (Photo by Timothy Nwachukwu/Getty Images)

5 years on: The Mesut Ozil Conundrum

Mesut Ozil divides opinion amongst fans and pundits alike, but why?
1927, 1930 and 1932 FA Cup final kits

90 years ago: Arsenal’s first FA Cup final win

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.
16 Oct 1999: Nwankwo Kanu scores Arsenal's 4th goal during the FA Carling Premiership match against Everton at Highbury in London, England. Arsenal won the match 4 - 0. Credit: Tony O''Brien /Allsport

Unung Arsenal heroes: The King of the cheeky toe-poke

Nwankwo Kanu was the king of the cheeky toe poke.
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Is this one of Arsenal's greatest number 7s?

Born in Prague on 4th October 1980, Tomas Rosicky had football in his blood and signed for Arsenal on 23 May 2006.
LONDON, ENGLAND - MAY 06: Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says goodbye to the Arsenal fans after 22 years at the helm at the end of the Premier League match between Arsenal and Burnley at Emirates Stadium on May 6, 2018 in London, England. (Photo by Clive Mason/Getty Images)

Arsene Wenger’s final season: 2017/18 review – February to May

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 February to May.

Arsene Wenger’s final season: 2017/18 review – November to January

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.

Arsene Wenger’s final season: 2017/18 review – August to October

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.
LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM: Arsenal's French forward Thierry Henry (R) celebrates as teammate Robert Pires (3rdL) is mobbed by Patrick Vieira (L), Ashley Cole (2ndL) Gilberto Silva (2ndR) and Dennis Bergkamp (3rdR) after scoring against Tottenham during their Premier League clash at White Hart Lane in north London, 25 April 2004. Arsenal leads 2-0 at half time. AFP PHOTO / ODD ANDERSEN

Reliving Arsenal’s Invincibles: When Arsenal went undefeated

There have been many pretenders, including Liverpool in the 9/20 season, but none have come close to Arsenal's magnificent achievement of going undefeated.

Arsenal v Tottenham - 2 games that define 30 years

As of 5th of this month, I have survived 42 years on this planet, which involves quite a lot of football, and with neither Spurs nor (of course) Arsenal being relegated in that time, there is a lot of history with our noisy neighbours.
Arsenal's Spanish head coach Mikel Arteta is seen ahead of the English FA Cup fifth round football match between Portsmouth and Arsenal at Fratton Park stadium in Portsmouth, southern England, on March 2, 2020.

Mikel Arteta: Arsenal man

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.

Relive Arsenal’s Invincibles in the face of Liverpool’s pretenders

Ahead of Arsenal's trip to Liverpool, all the talk has swung to Liverpool's unbeaten start to the season. Could they really match Arsenal's Invincibles?
English footballer Peter Simpson of Arsenal F.C., 8th August 1969. (Photo by Michael Webb/Keystone/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Unsung Arsenal heroes: Peter Simpson

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.
1976: During a match between London football clubs Arsenal and Chelsea, Arsenal player Sammy Nelson is booked by referee Ray Toseland, who holds up the yellow card. (Photo by Evening Standard/Getty Images)

Unsung Arsenal heroes: Sammy Nelson

Sammy Nelson was never your archetypal unsung Arsenal hero.

Celebrating Arsenal’s Irish connection: St Patrick’s Day Special

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.
12th May 1925: The French women's football team, complete with berets, line up before the England vs France Women's International Football match in aid of shipwrecked mariners at Herne Hill in London. England is represented by Dick Kerr's team From Preston. (Photo by MacGregor/Topical Press Agency/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Why men are ‘better’ at football than women

Malcolm Gladwell explained in Outliers why talent is not what takes a person to the top. He shows that where you come from and when you’re born is just as important, but his theory also translates across gender lines and helps explain why women’s football still struggles. That, and the FA banning the game for 50 years.
LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM - APRIL 12: Arsenal goalkeeper John Lukic in action during a First Division match against Everton at Highbury on April 12, 1986 in London, England. (Photo by Mike King/Allsport/Getty Images)

Unsung Arsenal heroes: John Lukic

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
TERESOPOLIS, BRAZIL - MAY 21: The General Coordinator of the Brazilian national football team, Edu Gaspar, attends a press conference at Granja Comary Training Center for the first phase of preparation for the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia on May 21, 2018 in Teresopolis, Brazil. (Photo by Buda Mendes/Getty Images)

Unsung Arsenal heroes: Edu

With the news at Edu looks set to join Arsenal in July as their Technical Director, let's take a look back at one of Arsenal's most under-rated and oft-forgotten players - Eduardo César Daude Gaspar.
TERESOPOLIS, BRAZIL - MAY 21: The General Coordinator of the Brazilian national football team, Edu Gaspar, attends a press conference at Granja Comary Training Center for the first phase of preparation for the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia on May 21, 2018 in Teresopolis, Brazil. (Photo by Buda Mendes/Getty Images)

Edu: “I always have Arsenal with me”

With the news at Edu looks set to join Arsenal in July as their Technical Director, let's take a look back at one of Arsenal's most under-rated and oft-forgotten players - Eduardo César Daude Gaspar.
Arsene Wenger manager of Arsenal (right) and Ivan Gazidis, CEO of Arsenal. Picture: Clive Rose/Getty Images

Arsenal dropped the ball at the wrong time: Why they have no money

Despite being one the best run clubs in the country for the majority of the last century, under the watch of Ivan Gazidis Arsenal have, in a strategic sense, seriously dropped the ball at exactly the wrong time.

Was it as bad as we remember? Arsenal’s 2018 review

2018 is finally at an end and what a year it was. Let's recap some of the standouts from a calendar year most of us are glad to see the back of....
BOURNEMOUTH, ENGLAND - NOVEMBER 25: Unai Emery, Manager of Arsenal looks on prior to the Premier League match between AFC Bournemouth and Arsenal FC at Vitality Stadium on November 25, 2018 in Bournemouth, United Kingdom. (Photo by Dan Mullan/Getty Images)

Arsenal's festive period shows how much work Emery has to do

Not all of Wenger's departing squad will fit into whatever Emeryball turns out to be, much as, frankly, it didn't really suit Wengerball by the end. With this in mind, and with half the season gone, let's have a look at where things stand.

Why do we still do this to female football fans?

Almost four years ago, one of my first features for Daily Cannon was about the condescension of female football fans, yet here I am, years later, talking about the same thing.

Long read: Stan Kroenke – Who is he and what can we expect?

Stan Kroenke is one of the world's wealthiest businessman, but what do we know about him and his intentions for Arsenal?

Why is Mesut Ozil so divisive?

Anyone with an outward eye doesn't need the vilification and subsequent international retirement of Arsenal's Mesut Ozil to remind them of how polarised opinions have changed our political landscape across the western world.

20-min read: What the world cup tells us about Arsenal's summer transfer business

So, as everyone really knew, but many pretended they didn't, football wasn’t 'coming home' (as if!).
MOSCOW, RUSSIA - JULY 11: An England fan enjoys the pre match atmosphere during the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia Semi Final match between England and Croatia at Luzhniki Stadium on July 11, 2018 in Moscow, Russia. (Photo by Matthias Hangst/Getty Images)

Long read: Explaining where accusations of England World Cup arrogance come from

After crashing out of the World Cup, England have faced global accusations of arrogance but England fans can't quite grasp why that might be. Let me try to explain it...
Paris Saint-Germain's Spanish headcoach Unai Emery gives a press conference at the Stade de France in Saint-Denis, north of Paris, on May 7, 2018 on the eve of the French Cup final football match between Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) and Les Herbiers VF. (Photo by FRANCK FIFE / AFP)

Unai Emery: Understanding Arsenal’s new ‘El Maestro’

After Arsène Wenger’s announcement that he would leave Arsenal the carousel of potential successors was in full swing before finally landing on an unexpected name. So how did Arsenal end up picking Unai Emery and now that the dust has settled, what can Arsenal fans really expect from their new manager in the new season? 
LONDON, ENGLAND - MAY 06: Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says goodbye to the Arsenal fans after 22 years at the helm at the end of the Premier League match between Arsenal and Burnley at Emirates Stadium on May 6, 2018 in London, England. (Photo by Clive Mason/Getty Images)

Away days to Zombies: The A-Z of Arsenal’s season

So it's all finally over, in more ways than one This has certainly been a roller-coaster of a season, but a faulty one with more downs than ups. Let's take a look back over Arsene Wenger's final campaign at the club in an A-Z of Arsenal's season...

Arsenal's new Academy director: His coaching style & what to expect

In July, it was announced that Per Mertesacker would take over Arsenal's academy once his playing contract with the club ran out in June 2018, so what will he be like in charge of the youngsters?
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Success or failure? Arsene Wenger in the Emirate era

In 2004, Roman Abramovich, who had recently become the owner of Chelsea Football Club, started putting together the pieces necessary for the rise of the club as a superpower.

David Price on how to become Arsenal’s photographer, Patrick Vieira and more

Daily Cannon spoke with Arsenal photographer, David Price towards the end of 2017, and got the chance to ask him about his career as a ‘tog, his love of football, and, of course, the Gunners.
LONDON, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 10: Arsene Wenger of Arsenal looks on during the Premier League match between Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal at Wembley Stadium on February 10, 2018 in London, England. (Photo by Laurence Griffiths/Getty Images)

8 perfect post-Arsenal job opportunities for Arsene Wenger

One of the main reasons Arsene Wenger found it so hard to let go at Arsenal is because the manager has little else in his life to distract him, but there is plenty out there for him to do.
Arsenal's coach Arsene Wenger from France looks on during the UEFA Europa League round of 16 first-leg football match AC Milan Vs Arsenal at the 'San Siro Stadium' in Milan on March 8, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / MARCO BERTORELLO

Liverpool and Chelsea’s seasons out of Europe helped them, that’s what Arsenal need

There is a scenario that could see Arsenal starting next season with a Europa League qualifier just 11 days after the end of the World Cup.

2 more added to Arsenal's managerial shortlist: 9 assessed

Although nothing is confirmed, it has been widely reported that Arsenal's hierarchy are considering their options since the cup final defeat. The papers have suggested that if Wenger fails to qualify the club for the Champions League, that could spell the end for the manager.

Why do we still do this to female football fans?

Almost three years ago, one of my first features for Daily Cannon was about the condescension of female football fans, yet here I am, years later, talking about the same thing.

7 signings Sven Mislintat could recommend for key Arsenal position this summer

Sven Mislintat wants Arsenal to sign a centre-back as one of four positions he’s looking to strengthen this summer according to reports, but who are the available options?

3 players signed: Mislintat drives Arsenal fans wild but what has he actually done?

The mere mention of Sven Mislintat’s name in an article is enough to get fans excited so what has the former Borussia Dortmund man been up to since he arrived at the club?

Arsenal’s new manager starts work 3 months early

Per Mertesacker has been introducing himself to the kids at Hale End and setting up meetings as he uses his spare time to get ready for life in his new role, so what sort of manager is he going to be?