Matthew and Anita get together to look forward to the 22-23 season ahead of the visit to Crystal Palace, Arsenal's transfer business and review All or Nothing.
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.
Matthew and Paul get together this week to reflect on the qualities of surprise arrival Fabio Vieira and the long expected but still not official Gabriel Jesus, while also running their eye over the increasingly unlikely Raphina, the holding pattern Tielemans and possible Ten Hag loyalist Lisandro Martinez.
Following on from Part 1 Matthew talks to podcast regular Paul and returning (Arsenal Friendly) Brentford fan Dave Powell (@powellds), to get perspectives both within and outside the matchgoing Arsenal fan base.
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.
This week Matthew is joined by Anita, Helen & Paul to look back at the end of season day in the sun against Everton, talk about the atmosphere at the Emirates Stadium, and how we all feel now the dust has settled, and why.
Matthew and Paul try to find catharsis in talking about back to back defeats at Tottenham and Newcastle, as well as asking how, why and what could we have done differently.
Matthew and Paul look back at the win over Leeds, praise Nketiah's ability to repeatedly close down goalies and try not to soil their undergarments ahead of Thursday's visit to the toilet bowl.
Matthew and Paul enjoy looking at back to back victories over Chelsea and Man Utd, reflect on the madness of both games, and are pleased as punch for Bukayo, Emile & Eddie.
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.
On this week's podcast, Matthew is joined by Paul, Anita and Lyon-loving Lana to look back at beating Aston Villa, talk Mesut Ozil, Aubameyang and Lacazette while looking forward to future forwards (and wondering who they might be).
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.
On this week's Daily Cannon podcast, Matthew and Paul look back at the comfortable win over Leicester City, rave over the Partey/Odegaard/Saka hub, and give some love to Xhaka/Laca for their selfless efforts.
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).
Matthew and Paul look back at beating Brentford from on screen and in ground perspectives, and particularly look at the front four.
Matthew and resident US sports (and tactics) expert Stephen Bradley look at what the LA Rams 'World Championship' and a recent state-side interview with Josh Kroenke says about KSE, how they operate and their plan for Arsenal - and how the transfer window fit into that plan.
Matthew and Paul return from Covid cancellations to discuss Arsenal's underwhelming transfer window.
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.
Matthew and Paul bask in the glow of an enjoyably easy late afternoon at Elland Road, revel in the continued development of the kids and marvel at Xhaka benefitting from refereeing leniency.
Matthew is in late night radio mode as he flies solo this week, looking back on a surprisingly positive week for the club, squad...
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Matthew and Anita discuss Arsenal's draw at Brighton and what to make of it after the high of beating Tottenham. Plus, we talk Wenger's World...
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.
Matthew is joined by Anita to look back at a much needed narrow victory over Norwich, to look at how the new boys fitted in and together, and to ponder the best midfield combinations.
This week, Matthew is joined by Paul to enjoy Arsenal Women's 3-2 win against title rivals Chelsea, and to asses the men's team transfer window.
This week Matthew is joined by Stephen to lament another limp performance against Man City, get quietly excited about yet another signing and what he can bring to the club in terms of balance and bite, while also struggling with office metaphors talking about Willian's surprising painless departure.
Help us Martin Odegaard, you're our only hope: This week, we try to see what lessons can be learned from Chelsea, where our signings fit and ask is Mari the new Cygan?
This week, Matthew is joined by Paul and Brentford fan and host of the Sustainababble podcast (@thebabblewagon) Dave Powell (@powellds) to run the rule over any remaining Arsenal pre-season optimism evaporating on day one.
This week, Matthew and Anita ponder the conclusions that can be taken from Arsenal's pre-season, rank transfer priorities and remember a time when we had more than one creative player on the pitch.
As a special extra to celebrate 300 episodes, an exclusive interview with football writer Ryan Baldi (@RyanBaldiFW) about what he learnt researching his new book ' The Dream Factory: Inside the Make-or-Break World of Football’s Academies'.
Celebrate 300 episodes as we look back at the contrasting fortunes of the men's and women's teams against Chelsea, what we can learn from both and where £50m man Ben White fits in.
Stephen is joined by Anita this week to discuss the signing of Albert Sambi Lokonga, Emile Smith Rowe's contract extension and why giving him the number 10 shirt is such a big deal.
Stephen is joined this week by Paul Williams and author Darren Berry, to discuss the acquisition of both Nuno Tavares and Albert Sambi Lokonga by the Gunners.
Matthew and Anita look back at Italy's shoot-out victory over England, talk selections and send Saka some love taking his first ever professional penalty in England's biggest game in over 50 years.
Stephen Bradley flies solo this week, and foremost on his mind is the departure of Matteo Guendouzi.