Daily Mail football offers some of the most comprehensive Arsenal coverage. Here, we keep an eye on what the Daily Mail football journalists are saying
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The Daily Mail's article on Mikel Arteta's touchline behaviour during the Arsenal match against Brighton presents a biased view, which deserves a closer examination for a more balanced understanding.
Arsenal stand firm in the face of VAR controversies, FA inquiries, and media criticism, with Arteta unapologetic over his comments on officiating.
With claims being made phone calls were made to instruct pundits to tone down their criticism of match officials following Arsenal's recent defeat to Newcastle United, the Daily Mail's media machine has kicked into gear
A critique of Martin Keown's recent article on Tottenham Hotspur under Ange Postecoglou, from an Arsenal supporter's perspective. Are the comparisons with Wenger's Arsenal premature?
England did not enjoy a good night in their second group game against the USA, coming away with only a point after a boring match with few chances created by either side.
Football fans are not trusted to show appropriate respect to the memory of the Queen and that's why football is the only sport to be cancelled this weekend, according to a report in Saturday's Daily Mail.
An anonymous journalist, writing in Monday' s Daily Mail, revealed that reporters were concerned that the 'finest' free food they normally get at Chelsea would be impacted by sanctions but were 'delighted' to find that it wasn't.
The media are still not coping well with Arsenal daring to ask to have the Tottenham game postponed and one ITV correspondent has got himself in a bit of a pickle
Harry Kane's hilarious double-assist to both start the move that led to Arsenal's third goal and his sliding tackle to provide the final assist has resulted in a few of the papers laughing at him, along with millions of Arsenal fans.
You won't find many Arsenal fans who think that 20/21 was a good season but was it really that bad and was it worse than Tottenham's season?
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.
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'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.
Arsene Wenger has reportedly held talks with Barcelona about taking over as head coach but has told the club no thanks.
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.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang wants Arsenal to increase his wages from £180kpw to a minimum of £250k before he will sign a new deal.
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.
The Daily Mail today reported that PGMOL are not responsible for the fact that referees do not use pitchside monitors because that was the decision of Premier League clubs in at least four meetings.
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.
Arsenal played the majority of their match against Chelsea with just 10 men yet some how the Daily Mail managed to come up with player ratings that just don't make sense.
If you ever wonder why a lot of people who don't watch Mesut Ozil play regularly hold the views of him that they do, it is because of rubbish like this from the Daily Mail.
Mikel Arteta wasn't even on the bench for Arsenal against Everton on Sunday and for the Mail on Sunday, that was all they needed to take their first dig at the new Arsenal head coach.
David Luiz did not go on strike to force a move from Chelsea to Arsenal the Chelsea head coach has said but that hasn't stopped the Daily Mail having a number of digs at the Arsenal defender.
With the Premier League title set to be decided on the final day, the debate around the best ever finish to a league season has reignited once again.
Recently, the Daily Telegraph made a really big deal of a new initiative they were launching to increase coverage of women’s sport in their paper but what does that look like?
We're approaching the business end of the season and thanks to Tottenham's standard end-of-season collapse, there are two Champions League spots up for grabs for the four teams battling it out.
When Arsene Wenger first said that the top four was like a trophy he was not only widely misquoted but also roundly criticised across large sections of the media.
In the Mail on Sunday this weekend, they have given absolutely NO coverage to Arsenal ahead of Arsenal v Manchester United.
The S*n had a nice big piece trashing Per Mertesacker for attending a basketball game instead of an Arsenal youth match, but they've got so much wrong it makes my head hurt.
Laurent Koscielny was the stand-out player for Arsenal against Chelsea, scoring a goal and putting in a masterful display that earned him the Man of the Match award, so how come he only got a 6 in the Mail on Sunday's ratings when they gave Cesar Azpilicueta a 7?
Sam Wallace is the first journalist I’ve come across who manages to deal with this whole Arsenal ‘hippy crack’ story with some notion of proportion.
Three pages in the Daily Fail and a load of coverage on the S*n’s website shows two of the most right-wing papers in the...
Whether he was serious or not, Martin Samuel’s comments in Tuesday’s Daily Mail are beyond ridiculous, even for their Gammon-in-chief who has already been complaining that the Women’s Super League gets too much coverage.
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