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Former Arsenal Invincible Jens Lehman has posted a cryptic message on social media after new Gunners boss Unai Emery announced his coaching staff – with the former German international goalkeeper not included.

Read our World Cup blog which will be featuring over the coming weeks. Lane Dias reviews match one on day five of the tournament.

Experienced Swiss defender Stephan Lichtsteiner has expressed his delight at joining Arsenal.

“Stop throwing rubbish on the floor – NOW!” These strong words come from a nine-year-old girl who is sick and tired of people littering in Finsbury Park.

The people of Islington have spoken, writes Cllr Tricia Clarke, St George’s ward.

Arsenal’s popular midfield maestro Santi Cazorla has left the club after coming to the end of his contract.

The Spurs forward has revealed his enormous pride at the prospect of leading the Three Lions out at this summer’s tournament

An Overground user group are angry at transport bosses for failing to tell commuters about a time change for a rush-hour “ghost train”.

Jack Wilshere has expressed frustration at his World Cup omission and declared that he should be in Gareth Southgate’s England squad.

BBC presenter Zeb Soanes launches children’s books series inspired by his close-up encounter with an Islington fox

It’s the Europa League final in Lyon between Atletico Madrid and Marseille. Arsenal fell in the semi-finals to Atleti earlier this month after 14 matches in the tournament stretching back to September. Arsenal reporter Layth Yousif reported from the majority of matches in North London and all across Europe. Read his end of season, tongue-in-cheek, review of the Gunners campaign as he recalls his memorable moments on and off the pitch during Arsene Wenger’s final season.

Arsenal reporter Layth Yousif has spent the last few months watching the club’s women’s team along with visits to grassroots sister club the Hitchin Belles while talking to a number of people in and around both organisations as well as interviewing the Gunners US superstar Heather O’Reilly. Ahead of the Arsenal v Chelsea Women’s FA Cup final at Wembley on Saturday read on for his exclusive, in-depth report on the ever-growing game of women’s football.

Tracey Neville’s England won Commonwealth Games gold with a last-gasp win over world champions Australia which was reminiscent of her brothers’ Champions League win 19 years ago.

“Pretty much every day when I walk outside my building, all I can see is dog shit.”

They think it’s all over. It might not be yet. Long-running Arsenal fanzine The Gooner needs your help to stage a stunning last minute comeback and continue publishing its print version.

It’s been a busy seven days for Arsenal and reporter Layth Yousif. Read on for his review of one of the better weeks of Arsenal’s season.

Disabled bus users have been left without transport until the end of April after the only service to and from Crouch Hill was put on diversion and Network Rail ruled out a £140,000 temporary shuttle.

An Islington man has started a lone crusade to rid every pub, bar and restaurant in the borough of plastic straws.

Two Nazi symbols were sprayed outside Drayton Park station on Sunday – and it took until today for them to be removed.

Archant London reporters sat down to chat about all the latest transfer news and gossip across north London.

Competition to grow from four leagues to 16 over the next three years

“Highbury Corner plans welcomed” reads the Gazette headline. Changes to the roundabout are afoot. Campaigners battle to save a 100-year-old tree and urge people to support plans that would see the link between Upper Street and Holloway Road closed. The date? December 20, 2007.

Islington Council’s housing boss can stop being an online “troll” – for now.

Meg Howarth is a relentless Islington campaigner and prolific Gazette letter writer. It got us thinking – who is she?

Controversial bike markings painted in “door zones” along Central Street in Finsbury have been removed after campaigners said they put riders’ lives in danger.

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