If you ask any fan of Arsenal to talk about their favourite club and football players for more than a couple of minutes, they...
Arsenal have had a rough few seasons in recent years. The Gunners finished 8th in 2019-20 and 2020-21, quite the slide from the top-four and top-five positions the team had been consistently achieving for years.
Whilst the season didn’t get off to the best of starts for the Gunners, losing their opening three fixtures, they slowly turned their fortunes round.
Arsenal is a club beloved by many football fans because of its skilled style of play. However, even the strongest players are not immune...
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.
Watching Arsenal play is a lot of fun. Sure, you never quite know what you’re going to get from them, but it is undeniable that Arsenal are one of the most entertaining clubs in the Premier League.
There’s a lot going on in life, so it can feel difficult to keep up with the things you enjoy. Sure, you want to be able to be as informed as possible as far as your interests are concerned, but the logistics of doing so are more difficult than it would seem due to how busy you might find yourself.
Emi Martinez has conceded 21 goals in his last four games for Aston Villa and has let in more for them in a season-and-a-bit than he did at Arsenal.
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.
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 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.
After just three months of the new Premier League season, Arsenal fans look set for an interesting few months ahead.
Henry Winter has admitted that, despite being the chief football writer for The Times, he has written tweets for England players - and he's not the only one.
Martin Odegaard is receiving the same treatment from the Real Madrid-friendly press in Spain as Mesut Ozil did when he left the club for Arsenal.
Few things drone on more than a man with a chip on his shoulder and that's exactly what Emi Martinez seems to be despite how well it's been going for him.
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'.
The start of another Premier League season is fast approaching, and clubs will be looking to do all their transfer business early to ensure that new additions have adequate time to bed in before the big kick-off.