The summer transfer window is now closed, so what deals did Arsenal complete?
Matthew and Paul enjoy a recap of Arsenal beating Bournemouth, give some love to the new boys (and Martin Odegaard) and look at the continued evolution of Arsenal's defensive set up.
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?
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?
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.
Matthew, Paul and Lana get together to discuss the defeat at Crystal Palace, why it happened, and what the injuries mean for the way forward.
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...
Listen as we relive Rocastle's Arsenal career with exclusive soundbites from Ian Wright, while other former Arsenal players reveal what they truly felt about the great man.
Today marks 21 years since David Rocastle lost his battle to cancer aged only 33.
Today marks 21 years since David Rocastle passed and as we do every year, it's time to remember the Arsenal legend who was taken from us far too soon.
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.
Join Stephen Bradley as he analyses Arsenal's 2-0 win over Leicester City in the Premier League and Martin Odegaard's starring role.
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.
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?
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.
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...
Matthew is joined by Helen and Paul to look back at the heart-breaking defeat against Manchester City and take stock in a bumper pod with a half hour on refs alone.
Join a slightly festive Stephen Bradley as he reviews Arsenal's thumping 5-0 win over Norwich City in the Premier League.
Join Stephen Bradley as he analyses just what went wrong during Arsenal's 2-1 loss away to Everton in the Premier League.
Join Stephen Bradley as he reviews Arsenal's disappointing 3-2 loss against Manchester United on Thursday evening.
Matthew is joined by special guest Ashley Gerlach to look back on a relatively comfortable win against the Newcastle and their as-yet unspent Saudi billions in their relegation battle.
Arsenal have reportedly already made a €7.5m offer to FCSB in a bid to sign 18-year-old right winger, Ianis Stoica.
Here's a roundup of the most essential Arsenal news today, interesting snippets and relevant football news from the day.
On this week's podcast, Matthew is joined by Paul (and Anita, briefly) to look back at Arsenal turning what should have been a 4-0 win over Watford into a narrow 1-0, and give some love to Ainsley Maitland-Niles, Benjamin White and (as per usual) Emile Smith Rowe.
Join Stephen Bradley as he reviews Arsenal's 1-0 win over Watford in the Premier League.
It's Manager and Player of the month time and Arsenal are all over those awards, while we have some fitness updates for some key players over the next month.
Matthew is joined by Helen and Paul this week to look back on an excellent victory at the King Power, and wax lyrical about the rise of Aaron Ramsdale.
Join Stephen Bradley as he waxes lyrical over Aaron Ramsdale's performance in Arsenal's 2-0 win over Leicester City on Saturday, although he does make a rather embarrassing admission at the start of the video...
As Arsenal's youngsters start to find their feet in the senior team, let's have a look at the youngest to find the back of the net for Arsenal throughout the club's history.
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.
Matthew and Anita look back the exciting performance against Aston Villa and the more functional victory over Leeds United, and discuss what we learned from the two.
Join Stephen Bradley as he analyses Arsenal's hugely encouraging 3-1 win over Aston Villa in the Premier League.
Join Stephen Bradley as he analyses just what went wrong on Monday night, when Arsenal drew 2-2 with their London rivals, Crystal Palace, in the Premier League.
In this week's podcast, Matthew and Paul discuss the mixed emotions of the 2-2 draw against Crystal Palace, try to work out what's not working, and look at possible tweaks.
Matthew and Stephen join forces to try to get their heads round the implications of the latest (and by far the biggest in financial terms) nation state buying their chunk of the sport we love.
Join Stephen Bradley, as he analyses Arsenal's 3-1 besmirching of Tottenham Hotspur in the Premier League yesterday afternoon.
Matthew is joined by Helen and Paul to bask in the afterglow of putting our noisy neighbours, Tottenham Hotspur, back in their box, while also enjoying the first signs of Arteta-ball emerging.
Harry Kane's hilarious double-assist to both start the move that led to Arsenal's third goal and his sliding tackle to provide the final assist has resulted in a few of the papers laughing at him, along with millions of Arsenal fans.