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With Gabriel Jesus injury, Arsenal must sign an attacking player.

The injury means Arsenal have to react.

Are Arsenal in a title race?

Are Arsenal in a title race? Whether they are or not, enjoy this run.

Three questions ahead of Arsenal’s pre-season

What to look for as Arsenal begin pre-season matches.

Arsenal’s transfer window is making a lot of sense

Arsenal didn’t score enough goals last season - something they are trying to rectify

Should Arsenal get a proverbial big man upfront?

Do Arsenal need to sign a big centre forward?

Eddie Nketiah shows Arsenal the future

While he may not be long for the Emirates, Eddie Nketiah has shown Arsenal what the future is.

Mikel Arteta faces a selection dilemma

The Arsenal manager faces a dilemma: can he leave both Gabriel Martinelli and Emile Smith Rowe out of the team?

Arsenal should reset expectations about the Champions League

Pressure: pushing down on teams is what Arsenal have to be better at

Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal have to be better at pressing—otherwise, they will not improve significantly

How Ben White can push Arsenal up the field

Arsenal’s only significant addition in the transfer window thus far may be able to allow the Gunners to change their tactics

Arsenal’s transfer targets are showing a clear plan

Is it Project Youth, Mk II?

The racism aimed at Bukayo Saka, Jadon Sancho, and Marcus Rashford was not a surprise

The racism directed at Bukayo Saka, Jadon Sancho, and Marcus Rashford was a depressing reminder of football and society’s deeper ills

Arsenal may come to have some regrets about Ainsley Maitland-Niles

It seems like the Hale End product is on the way out this summer, which is a shame.

Arsenal would be better off without the Europa Conference League

This is not the European football I want

It’s not going to happen at Arsenal for Mikel Arteta

It’s hard to see a real argument for keeping Arteta at Arsenal

Josh Kroenke admits trust is shredded. His actions on Thursday will not have helped matters.

At a raucous meeting with Arsenal fans, Josh Kroenke managed to make things worse.

The European Super League fucking sucks

Football has been heading in this direction for years, but we don’t have to like it.

Mikel Arteta has very quickly lost his way at Arsenal

After three good months, it looked as if Arsenal had turned a corner—only for progress to be quickly eroded.

Arsenal: Process vs Results

Arsenal’s improvement is a result of good process—a trend that must continue if Arsenal are to become a Champions League team.

Football’s schedule is nonsensical—but likely to become the new normal

Intense fixture congestion is here to stay.

Arsenal still aren’t scoring enough goals

While Arsenal’s attacking numbers are getting better, they’re still not enough.

We had Özil

He was Arsène Wenger’s man

If Mikel Arteta remains as Arsenal manager, then Arsenal need a big January

Mikel Arteta has taken this group of Arsenal players as far as he can. Changes have to be made, one way or the other.

Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal don’t tackle, press, or shoot. What are they exactly good at?

After another listless performance, it is time to question where Arsenal are going.

Arsenal have to decide whether they want to win now, or rebuild for the future.

The direction of the club since the departure of Arsène Wenger has too often been muddled, without firm commitment in any direction.

Joe Willock is making his case for a spot in Arsenal’s starting lineup

After a number of impressive performances in the Europa League, Joe Willock is making his case to start more regularly for Arsenal.

The Arsenal Good Business XI

Which players have been the best value for Arsenal (so far)?

What lineup & formation should Arsenal use after the break?

The defense has improved (until Villa), but the attack needs new life.

Mikel Arteta has an attacking problem

It can no longer be ignored: Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal have an attacking problem.

Mikel Arteta needs to innovate

Arteta’s subs in the second half were like for like, and he was too dedicated to system and structure, rather than forcing the issue against a weakened Manchester City.

Arsenal’s transfer window is on the verge of being a failure

Arsenal have been unable to overhaul their midfield, and thus are unlikely to finish significantly higher in the league.

For Arsenal, change in the 20/21 season will be incremental

With a condensed pre-season, Arsenal’s changes will be incremental. That means Champions League qualification may need to come from the Europa League, rather than the laegue.

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