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Emiliano Martinez is off to Aston Villa but by moving so soon after the Cup final, is he showing why he never made it at Arsenal?
This week, we enjoy Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang signing on, winning by the river v Fulham and the upgrade in Mikel Arteta's official status.
Owen Coyle was once tipped to replace Arsene Wenger but has just signed as the new head coach for Jamshedpur FC, so how'd that happen?
Arsenal's new arrivals for Mikel Arteta's backroom staff, Carlos Cuesta, Andreas Georgson and Miguel Molina should get fans very excited.
Dani Ceballos will wear the number eight shirt for his season on loan with Arsenal but who else has worn it?
Liverpool made Virgil van Dijk the most expensive defender in history, so how do Arsenal's most expensive defenders compare?
Ainsley Maitland-Niles was challenged by Mikel Arteta to work hardto win his place back and now he has, is the club going to sell him anyway?
Jose Mourinho led Tottenham to another trophyless-season when fourth place was worth something according to him. Remember when it wasn't?
Over the last few weeks became clear that the final say on what players come and go at Arsenal did not rest with Mikel Arteta but with Raul Sanllehi and Edu above him, but now Sanllehi has gone, will things change?
13 years ago, a Swedish Calvin Klein model crowned a distinguished career in front of the camera with the receipt of a prestigious and much-coveted award.
Mesut Ozil divides opinion amongst fans and pundits alike, but why?
Willian is now an Arsenal player but how many players have moved from Chelsea to Arsenal over the years?
Kieran Tierney has already made himself a favourite at Arsenal, but will he be able to claim a place amongst the club's greatest left-backs?
Raul Sanllehi has gone from Arsenal, his departure announced on a Saturday at high noon, so how does the summer 2019 window, after which he was hailed as a transfer whizz, look now?
Why did Raul Sanllehi leave Barcelona and join Arsenal? It's a question few cared to ask when he first arrived but many questions raised their head, most of them very uncomfortable.
Mesut Ozil rarely speaks publicly so, when he does, his words tend to hit home that little bit harder and his latest interview, given to The Athletic, was no exception.
As more details emerge about the people being cut from Arsenal's wage bill, Mesut Ozil's pay cut stance, for which he was pilloried, seems like it was the right one and might even be the reason he isn't playing.
2020 has been a hell of a year for most people and footballing woes, in the light of everything else that’s going on around the planet, are trivial in comparison. Welcome to the most depressing end-of-season review you're going to read this summer.
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.
In episode 250 of the Daily Cannon pod, Matthew and Anita touch on our defeat at Villa and winning against Watford, and preview the...
The Premier League is finally over and for Arsenal fans everywhere, I'm sure that comes as nothing but a relief.
Mesut Ozil was pictured training with the Arsenal squad ahead of their last Premier League game of the season but there will be no goodbyes for the man who was supposed to herald a new era but turned out to be something else instead.
Pep Guardiola has decided to come out swinging after Manchester City were cleared on a technicality of being massive financial cheats, pity he didn't bother to check his facts first when taking aim at Arsenal and Arsene Wenger.
When Arsenal won the league at Anfield on 26th May 1989, it was my first high as a football fan and still the greatest.
Following his previous interviews with Spanish and French publications, and after his latest a fortnight or so ago with Sid Lowe at The Guardian, Unai Emery’s reputation among Arsenal fans hasn’t exactly been enhanced.
Earlier this week, Gael Clichy spoke about why he left the club, saying he wasn't the only one who left in the summer of 2011 because he didn't feel wanted, so I decided to see who else went during that window only to discover the start of the Banter Era.
Arsenal lost 3-0 at Manchester City and, while it wasn't great, it was mostly David Luiz's fault and wasn't going quite so badly until he got involved. So what did Mikel Arteta think about it all and what can we learn from his comments after the game?
Nwankwo Kanu was the king of the cheeky toe poke.
The FA Board have finally returned a verdict on the FA WSL and the Championship with all rankings decided by PPG (points per game) and Arsenal finishing third, but they can still get into the Champions League - if they win it.
Matthew and Anita return after a Coronavirus haitus to compare the impact of the pandemic in Croatia and the UK, look forward to the return of football, and wonder if Arteta's magic works in absentia.
Born in Prague on 4th October 1980, Tomas Rosicky had football in his blood and signed for Arsenal on 23 May 2006.
Arsene Wenger 'went absolutely mental' says Jeremie Aliadiere, when Arsenal got smashed 6-1 by Manchester United which isn't entirely surprising given we all did...
Unai Emery is back again blaming everybody around him for his own failures.
As I type this, it is two months to the day since it was announced that Mikel Arteta had tested positive for Covid-19 and football across the United Kingdom was postponed soon afterwards.
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.
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.
Two years ago, Arsene Wenger said goodbye to Arsenal after his final match. This was what I wrote at the time...
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.
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.
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