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Unai Emery’s Arsenal are set to embark on a spell of four home games in nine days as he attempts to build on a promising run of form.

Arsenal head coach Unai Emery has asked creative talent Mesut Ozil for more influential performances when he pulls on the red and white shirt.

Unai Emery’s Arsenal make the long trip north to Newcastle United on Saturday hunting their third Premier League win on the bounce. Read Layth Yousif’s in-depth preview on the match in the North East

The Europa League is an important competition which Unai Emery should take seriously says Arsenal legend David Seaman.

Sam Allardyce has launched an astonishing attack on Arsenal boss Unai Emery – prompting a furious respoonse from loyal Gunners fans.

It’s not supposed to be as comfortable as this.

An Australian goalkeeping coach credited with the rise of highly-rated England U21 goalkeeper Freddie Woodman has been headhunted from Newcastle to join the Per Mertesacker academy revolution.

Layth Yousif visits the Arsenal Hub to meet an inspiring set of people taking part in wonderful work under the banner of the club.

Arsene Wenger has announced he is leaving Arsenal, the club he has managed for 22 years.

Breaking News Arsene Wenger to leave Arsenal

Friday, April 20, 2018

Arsene Wenger is to leave Arsenal at the end of the season, which will end an association of more than two decades with the North London giants.

Zech Medley was the hero he slotted home the winning penalty in a tense spot-kick shootout as Arsenal’s U23s reached the final of the Premier League International Cup with a dramatic win against Villarreal.

The FA have overturned Mohamed Elneny’s three match ban after the Arsenal midfielder was sent off against Southampton at the Emirates on Sunday.

Arsenal Wenger has revealed Henrikh Mkhitaryan will be miss at least three games and possibly more, but says there is a chance for the Armenian Player of the Year to return before the end of the season. He also took the time to praise two goal hero Danny Welbeck after clinching three points against Mark Hughes Southampton.

The loyalty of Arsenal fans knows no bounds. Grampian Gooner – aka Danny Coyle – shares the trials and tribulations in braving the Beast from the East and Storm Emma during his epic trip from northern Scotland to England’s south coast to see his beloved team lose 2-1 to Brighton on Sunday.

The television picks for Premier League games in March and on April 1 have been announced

Gunners captain Per Mertesacker was “proud” of his team-mates over the way they embraced Arsenal’s annual charity matchday.

Mesut Ozil has revealed what Jose Mourinho said to him in a bid to motivate him while he bossed him at Real Madrid.

Arsenal beat Newcastle United 1-0 in a dull and uninspired performance at the Emirates on Saturday.

For this week’s Friday Q&A we have an old school Arsenal fan and passionate Trade Unionist Frank Radcliffe. There can’t be many Gooners still attending who went to the Winterslag away game but loyal Frank was one of them. Read on for his strong views on the club – as well as being held up at gunpoint as an innocent bystander by German police after Sergio Tacchini gear disappeared on a pre-season trip to Bochum in the 1980s...

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has given his weekly press conference at London Colney. Read on for his views on injuries ahead of Newcastle United, the Arsenal Foundation, the latest on Jack WIlshere, Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez’s contract situation and much more.

New West Ham v Arsenal: Early team news

Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Arsenal take on West Ham at the London Stadium on Wednesday evening after a disappointing performance during a 1-1 draw at Southampton.

Arsenal continued its long standing Christmas tradition of spreading some festive cheer at the Whittington Hospital last week.

Arsenal’s annual charity matchday returns to Emirates Stadium on Saturday.

David Ospina has paid a visit to Arsenal’s football programme with youth homeless charity Centrepoint at the Arsenal Hub this week.

Read Layth Yousif’s in-depth feature on Darren Sarll – a rising managerial star north of London – who trained at Arsenal’s academy as a youngster and who took former Gunners starlet Kaylen Hinds on loan last term.

Johnathan McGarrity talks to Zoe Paskett about his experience in The Merchant of Venice, changing careers and moving to Hackney

The Arsenal Q&A is back – this week we have the very excellent Kurtis Powers – New York City’s biggest Gooner. Read on for more, including a memorable day beating Spurs...

Arsene Wenger has described Arsenal has having a ‘cruel schedule’ after being forced to play on Monday against West Brom before flying thousands of miles to Belarus before then taking on Brighton at the Emirates on Sunday lunchtime.

Arsenal produced one of the greatest moments in their illustrious history at Anfield, when Michael Thomas netted in the last minute of the 1988/89 season to complete a 2-0 win against all-conquering Liverpool and clinch the title for George Graham’s Gunners.

Former Arsenal and England star Paul Merson took on the British Heart Foundation’s iconic London to Brighton bike ride in memory of former team-mate Ugo Ehiogu to help raise money for lifesaving heart surgery.

Arsenal will begin the 2017-18 Premier League season with a home match against Leicester City on Saturday, August 12.

Arsenal’s Ainsley Maitland-Niles helped England’s under-20s etch their names into the history books for all time by winning the World Cup in Korea on Sunday.

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For this week’s Friday Q&A we have a wonderful woman steeped in Arsenal history. Read Jill-Armstrong Millson and her memories of her much-loved dad Geordie Armstrong.

In the latest of a series of features casting the spotlight on local football fans, Tottenham supporter Thaddeus Collins reveals his favourite player, his most memorable matches, his toughest moment following Spurs and his prediction for Sunday’s showdown against Arsenal.

Ken Loach’s new Cannes favourite tells the story of a man trapped in a system that refuses to serve him

Blazing with the tagline “this play does not behave”, Alice Birch’s Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again is upfront about its shock tactics

A Highbury couple are attempting to redefine the boundaries of charity bike rides – by cycling from Highbury Fields to Australia.

Marianne Gray visits the once pretty town of Pripyat to witness the fallout from the world’s worst nuclear reactor catastrophe and finds ‘a paradise turned to hell on earth’

A PhD student has turned event planner as he raises money for a 300-mile charity bike ride.

Dartmouth Park director Ken Loach celebrates his 80th birthday this June. After his latest feature, I, Daniel Blake won the Palme D’Or and a documentary out about his life and work, Meredith Taylor reports on this gritty slice of social realism.

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