Tag: Liverpool FC
Former Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey may well leave Juventus this summer, but right now it's looking like it won't be for Liverpool.
Shkodran Mustafi could be about to go to Schalke with their defender heading to Liverpool instead of the German.
Liverpool are running out of central defenders so quickly that they have been linked with a move for Sokratis but all may not be what it seems.
7 years ago, Arsenal made their infamous £40m+ £1 bid for Luis Suarez but you never hear about how he DID have a clause and Liverpool just ignored it, something their owner even ADMITTED!
Dani Ceballos is an Arsenal player for another season after 3 offers from Arsenal and Arteta's personal touch convinced him and Real Madrid
Arsenal face Liverpool in the Community Shield this weekend, with next to no time for Mikel Arteta's side to prepare after their holiday.
The Women's Community Shield will played for the first time in 12 years as Manchester City Women face Chelsea before the men's game that will see Arsenal play Liverpool.
As I was reading through the papers this morning, I was saddened to note that Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain might have picked up yet another serious injury.
Jose Mourinho believes it's getting harder and harder for teams to go unbeaten these days due to the quality of other teams as if going unbeaten wasn't hard before.
Arsenal and Chelsea fans have been urged to stay away from Wembley for Saturday's FA Cup final with the FA fearing a repeat of scenes outside Anfield when Liverpool won the Premier League for the first time in 30 years.
You can argue all you like, but Arsenal got screwed all season by referees and here are the stats to back that up.
If you wanted to measure whether subs help or hinder a side, it will take a lot more than just looking at the naked numbers.
Matthew and Paul indulge in an epic podcast to recap unlikely victories against Liverpool and Manchester City, while celebrating a long lost feel-good factor. Plus...
Arsenal fans expected to lose quite badly against Liverpool on Wednesday night only to come away with all three points but that doesn't mean we're closer to Liverpool than we thought, something we'll probably learn on Saturday.
Arsenal came from behind to beat Liverpool on Wednesday night to the shock of just about everybody watching, especially as the champions were the ones defending like idiots.
I've not been the only one to point to Liverpool and reflect on where they were five years ago while hoping Mikel Arteta can do for us what Jurgen Klopp did for them, the only problem is there are quite a few telling differences.
As expected, Manchester City have had their two-year European football ban overturned meaning they can now play in the Champions League next season and Arsenal definitely can't.
Arsenal could play in the Community Shield at the start of next season, even if they lose their semi-final next weekend against Manchester City as the FA are determined to put on the showpiece.
Arsenal have reportedly shown interest in signing Adam Lallana, who will leave Liverpool on a free transfer this summer, but it looks as if his former boss, Brendan Rodgers, is leading the race to sign him.
Well, it finally happened this week and Liverpool won the league, something we now all have to deal with for the next 10 years as their fans ramble on about it.
In March's edition of Four Four Two, they had an exclusive interview with Gabriel Martinelli in which he talked Arsenal, his trials at United and Barcelona, as well as his most unexpected experiences since arriving in London.
Bayer Leverkusen attacking midfielder Kai Havertz prefers a move to Bayern Munich over the various Premier League clubs after him.
Manchester United have committed to paying all their staff 100% of their wages after a public backlash forced Liverpool into reversing their decision to use tax-payers money to pay their employees.
Ahead of Arsenal's trip to Liverpool, all the talk has swung to Liverpool's unbeaten start to the season. Could they really match Arsenal's Invincibles?
According to an exclusive in Wednesday's Daily Mail, Arsenal have teamed up with Liverpool, Manchester United and the rest of the top 10 to stop Manchester City getting back into the Champions League.
Arsenal's respected and trusted doctor, Gary O'Driscoll, will apparently not be leaving the club to join Liverpool as had been expected.
Andy Massey has said goodbye at Liverpool meaning Arsenal are now likely to lose top doctor, Gary O'Driscoll.
If Liverpool go the season unbeaten it is believed they will be presented with a gold trophy the same as Arsenal received back in 2003/04.
Arsenal are trying to tie Bukayo Saka down to a long-term contract, with Manchester United, Liverpool and Bayern Munich after the 18-year-old.
The FA will take no action against Liverpool for an alleged hack into Manchester City's scouting system.
Arsenal are monitoring developments with Adam Lallana ahead of a likely exit this summer on a free transfer, according to reports.
Liverpool are expected to announce the signing of Gary O'Driscoll from Arsenal imminently despite the Gunner's efforts to keep him at the club.
In this edition of the Daily Cannon Arsenal podcast, Matthew and Anita discuss the draw with Sheffield United, the lack of goals from midfield,...
With Liverpool and Tottenham going head-to-head on Saturday, the Daily Telegraph compared the two club's net spend since January 2016 and it tells a very different story to what other parts of the media would have you believe.
Arsenal are facing the very real prospect of losing their top doctor, Gary O'Driscoll, to Liverpool but are desperately trying to keep him at the club.
The FA will not use Anfield to host an England game because of Liverpool's ban on S*n journalists but Liverpool's is a stand that every club in the country should get behind.
The race for top four in the Premier League is, to use a common expression, tighter than a duck's arse, which is also said to be what is squeezing out Arsenal's performances this season.
It's been a few weeks since I updated the yellow card table so let's see if Arsenal are still picking up more yellows per game than any other side as has been the case all season.
Reigning European Champions Liverpool have overhauled struggling Arsenal's follower count on the major social media platforms, with the trend looking set to continue.
In this edition of the Daily Cannon Arsenal podcast, Matthew and Anita re-live the Anfield madness, trudge through the home draw with Wolves, talk...