Alex Scott looked set to become the new host of the BBC's long-running Question of Sport, replacing Sue Barker, but it seems like she will be getting another one instead.
As Harry Kane won another penalty at the weekend, Gary Neville called him 'cute' and 'wily' just a week after Alexandre Lacazette was widely slated for being slammed into.
The Spanish media were raving about the English media raving about Martin Odegaard.
Mark Clattenburg said Arsenal's penalty was right to stand and action should have been taken against Harry Kane for his dangerous barge on Gabriel.
Arsenal face Olympiacos in their Europa League last 16 second leg on Thursday night so what's in the media ahead of that game?
Ian Wright has contacted Alexandre Lacazette after making a "f***ing mistake" by mocking the forward after his over-exaggeration against Burnley.
Writing in the Mail on Sunday, Chris Foy became one of only a handful of people to say that the Arsenal penalty decision was correct, despite what the law actually says
Aliko Dangote 'can start talks this summer' and 'Arsenal are open to a sale' claim a number of news outlets but is not what they want you to think it is.
Mesut Ozil divides opinion amongst fans and pundits alike, but why?
Mesut Ozil is almost out Arsenal’s door and yet he’s still being blamed for what’s gone wrong at the club but there are many falsehoods doing the rounds.
Arsenal's dressing room is reportedly 'toxic' with more reports of unhappiness behind the scenes, but there's more (or less) to this than meets the eye.
Arsenal are the supposedly the worst at playing out from the back but did you know Liverpool and Chelsea are actually much worse?
Arsenal beat Sheffield United at the Emirates on Sunday in what was a drab game that was dominated by Sky Sports inane commentary.
Gary Neville believes that Mikel Arteta is 'punching above his weight' at Arsenal and would love the £150m Frank Lampard has spent at Chelsea
Gabriel Magalhaes will accept an Arsenal offer to join from Lille, with Napoli unable to sign him unless they can sell Kalidou Koulibaly.
Arsenal are reportedly furious at Mesut Ozil for speaking out about his situation at the club, turning once again to their pals in the media to help them drive him from the Emirates.
Arsenal are keen on the signing of Philippe Coutinho this summer, likely on a one-year loan deal from Barcelona, according to reports.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang wants Arsenal to increase his wages from £180kpw to a minimum of £250k before he will sign a new deal.
Arsenal need to sell before they buy and that means were are going to see a lot of activity this summer, something David Ornstein has been talking fans through.
As I was reading through the papers during the week, I was stopped by Jason' Burt's article in the Telegraph that was supposed to be praising Mikel Arteta but just ended up insulting Arsenal, their fans, and Nicolas Pepe.
Arsenal dominated Jamie Redknapp's Daily Mail Team of the Weekend this week after putting two past Manchester City without reply.
David Ornstein claims in an exclusive that Ainsley Maitland-Niles believes he must leave Arsenal in order to continue life as a first-team regular.
An article on the Daily Mail website claims Hector Bellerin is 'desperate' to get out of Arsenal and 'termination of his deal may be mutual between club and player.' Really?
Ever since Matteo Guendouzi had a go at Neal Maupay after Arsenal's defeat at Brighton, he hasn't been seen near the Arsenal squad.
The Daily Mail on Tuesday had a small snippet in their Sports Agenda section that gives away an awful lot about how some outlets do their jobs - and it isn't good.
The Daily Mail have mocked Arsenal fans for staying away from games pre-pandemic claiming the Emirates would make an ideal neutral venue if the Premier League restarts.
In Monday's edition, Ian Ladyman in the Daily Mail defended Mesut Ozil and the pressure put on him by the rest of the media and public to take a paycut.
On Monday, David Ornstein announced that 25 out of 27 Arsenal players had agreed to take a pay cut at Arsenal, rather than a deferral before the club confirmed the news but it didn't take long for Mesut Ozil to become the star attraction of the story - as usual.
In their Monday edition, the Daily Mail write that Kieran Tierney has 'yet to win over the Arsenal faithful' which is nothing but pile of bull.
Former Tottenham man and current Manchester City defender, Kyle Walker, as reportedly turned to Neil 'nicking a living' Ashton to help with his PR after a string of stories has seen him disciplined by City and reportedly dropped by England for good.
Sky Sports are cancelling all studio guests from Monday as they try to keep Covid-19 infection levels down.
The Guardian today claim that Roberto Mancini is planning to lure Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang to Milan this summer "by leaving a trail of breadcrumbs between the Emirates and San Siro."
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang was included in Jamie Redknapp's Premier League Team of the Week after his brace and superb performance against Everton on Sunday.
In his Monday column for The Athletic, David Ornstein claims that Matteo Guendouzi has landed himself in hot water more than once at Arsenal since the arrival of Mikel Arteta.
In Saturday's Daily Mail's 'what's hot, what's not', they named Bukayo Saka as one of the hottest things this week AND acknowledged he is playing out of position.
Roy Keane is upset that a striker struggling for confidence had the temerity to celebrate a goal that ended a goal-drought.
Before Arsenal's game against Newcastle United, Mikel Arteta challenged the club's record signing to stand-up and be counted and that's exactly what he did...
Yes indeedy, Graeme Souness, here we are again. When you can't think of any new words to say, let's just repeat the same old tired nonsense and hope nobody notices.
BT Sport have dropped Harry Redknapp from their coverage of Arsenal's FA Cup game against Portsmouth as they are concerned over his safety amongst the home fans.
Whatabbouttery is a stupid game but it's one that Luke Shaw has decided to play, using Arsenal's awfulness to demonstrate Manchester United aren't that bad, they're just picked on.