Protests, sales, contracts, and what Arsenal does with its money is fast becoming more important than what it does with its players
If Stan Kroenke was in any doubt how Arsenal fans feel about the club, he was given a big reminder on Friday night as thousands protested but they are still far from understanding things.
Stan Kroenke may be worth a whole heap of money but that doesn’t mean he does anything good with it and in 2018 he was named one of the worst when it comes to charitable giving.
After a frenetic 48 hours in the footballing world, Stephen Bradley put out the signal for an emergency pod to react to the immediate impact that all of this Super League malarkey will have on Arsenal.
In this edition of the Daily Cannon Tactics Board, we review Arsenal's 1-1 draw with Fulham and ask if it even matters any more?
It's frustrating to read only people who 'hate' football could come up with a plan as heinous at the European Super League when it's much more simple than that.
The European Super League is coming and, if Stan Kroneke gets his way, it could be the end of football as we know it with Arsenal going truly global
It was a much improved week for Arsenal Football club, both on and off the field, as they cruised to a 5-1 aggregate win over Slavia Prague and beat Sheffield United 3-0, whilst also producing one of the most powerful anti-racism images of recent times.
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.
In this edition of the Daily Cannon Tactics Board, Stephen Bradley climbs out of his sickbed to applaud Arsenal's 3-0 win over Sheffield United in the Premier League on Sunday evening.
Jose Mourinho is learning at Tottenham that, without unlimited funds to buy his way to trophies, Arsene Wenger didn't do that badly at all.
Joe Montemurro’s Gunners' legacy is the return to the Arsenal way of playing football, the title winning season and leaving the club in a better position than he found it
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.
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 20 years since David Rocastle lost his battle to cancer aged only 33.
Today marks 20 years since David Rocastle passed. Here, from our Arsenal Number 7s book, is an extract from Paul Williams chapter on this true legend
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.
On this week's pod, we discuss Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang on the naughty step, Emile Smith-Rowe's continuing improvement, and Jenas's need for non-lilywhite tinted glasses.
The outliers theory translates across gender lines and helps explain why women’s football still struggles. That, and the FA banning the game for 50 years.
2 wins in a week and a Willian that works, what's going on? And where is Gabriel Martinelli? Questions we try to answer for you this week
There were 3 players Arsenal should have signed in January and the fact that they didn't might just cost them this season
Stephen is joined by Anita and Lana as they discuss if time is beginning to run out for Mikel Arteta after Arsenal's 1-0 defeat at Aston Villa.
All the Arsenal news and gossip we could find from around the internet, rounded up so you don't have to waste time searching
With another disappointing Premier League defeat on the books, is Mikel Arteta's position as Arsenal manager now under threat?
In this week's podcast, we talk about the draw against Manchester United, the controversial defeat against Wolves, and what we should take from both matches.
In this episode of Daily Cannon's Tactics Board, Stephen Bradley reviews Arsenal's 0-0 draw against Manchester United in the Premier League this weekend.
Arsenal returned to winning ways with an impressive 3-1 win over Southampton but what changed from the FA Cup game?
Mesut Ozil divides opinion amongst fans and pundits alike, but why?
In north London's rivals, we find two managers in Mikel Arteta and Jose Mourinho who represent a star on the way up and one burning out.
Arsenal made their way to the fourth round of the FA Cup but they needed extra time and Emile Smith Rowe to do it.
2020 will be remembered for many things but Arsenal's goalscoring exploits will not be one of them, still, here are 10 worth a highlight reel.
Arsenal care likely to bring in a creative midfielder in January but if we don't get another keeper we could be heading for even worse trouble.
Liverpool made Virgil van Dijk the most expensive defender in history, so how do Arsenal's most expensive defenders compare?
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.
As I found myself explaining how Arsenal had got to a place that had me calling them idiots every 15 seconds, a number of things seemed to make themselves clear.
Mesut Ozil arrived at Arsenal in 2013 and after his latest statement, it's safe to say his time at the club has been anything but dull.
Just like during the match against Wolves, our captain was nowhere to be found when it was time for Arsenal players to face the media.
As watched David Luiz play on after a clash so severe it left Raul Jiminez with a fractured skull that needed surgery, we thought it was worth asking again