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Arsenal Fans Plan A Series of Protests Ahead of The New Season But Will It Be Worth Anything ?

Arsenal fans, Kroenke

The dissatisfaction felt by the majority of Arsenal fans in previous seasons has never been far away from the surface. If it hasn’t been evident in the form of placards, banners, protests and planes overhead carrying messages, it’s taken the form of empty seats and outrage on social media forums. The

Will Freddie Ljundberg Be Given The Chance To Be The Perfect Assistant Coach or Will It Be A Case of Bouldy All Over Again

Freddie Ljungberg, Ljungberg, Ljungberg assistant coach

Appointing Freddie Ljungberg as Arsenal's assistant coach is definitely an exciting and satisfying news, something which is very rare these days at the Emirates, for the fans. But first, let's talk about Steve Bould, the former assistant coach. There are two trains of thought on the contribution of former assistant coach,

Arsenal Go Head To Head With Manchester United For Southampton Misfit

Mario Lemina, Lemina linked to Arsenal and United

Despite your initial misgivings on reading the title to this blog, the fact that Arsenal are reported to be in competition with Ole Gunner Solskjær’s United, as part of a rebuilding project, should indicate that although the player involved isn’t a global superstar, he has a number of pluses apart

Nelson To Get His Opportunity as Transfer Policy Changes at Arsenal Signals A Bright Future For Our Hottest Prospect

Nelson, Arsedevils, Reiss Nelson

I’m going out on a limb here, forget all the talk about Wilfred Zaha. Whilst fans have been waiting for news of a complete u-turn in transfer policy to facilitate a big money move or they have been consumed by the distraction of offloading the deadwood in the squad, Reiss

Unai Emery Proven Right About Neymar As The Brazilian Seems All Set For PSG Departure

Arsenal, Unai Emery, Kroenke

Unai Emery looked suitably tired, whenever the subject of Neymar came into the conversation. In modern football, highly paid players have more power than anyone ever imagined. They have the ability in some cases to oust a manager and we’ve seen our fair share of that in the premiership with Chelsea,

Has Koscielny Done The Right Thing By Refusing To Go On Pre Season Tour?

Laurent Koscielny, Koscielny

Fans turn on Koscielny but Arsenal are the ones in the wrong. On social media there was sympathy for the plight of want-away Arsenal Captain, Laurent Koscielny, but there was also a lot of anger at his refusal to fly to the US for a pre season tour. https://twitter.com/afcstuff/status/1149275391980449792?s=19 'He's let the

Saliba Deal Hits A Significant Obstacle As Saint Etienne Insist An a Loan Deal For Now

William Saliba, William Saliba linked to Arsenal

According to reports from the BBC, Arsenal are close to signing St Etienne defender William Saliba. Reports also suggests that Saliba has agreed a five year deal with the Gunners and the two clubs are only minor details away from concluding the deal. Arsenal have recently been shafted over their transfer

Arsenal Prepare To Secure Celtic’s Kieran Tierney With Final Bid

Kieran Tierney, Kieran Tierney linked to Arsenal, Kieran, Tierney

Arsenal’s bid to secure the transfer of Celtic defender, Kieran Tierney has apparently accelerated with a final bid that, it’s suggested, is much nearer the Scottish Champions valuation and a deal could theoretically be concluded fairly soon. The contract extension for Nacho Monreal is seen as the perfect way to allow

Does Celtic’s New Acquisition Boli Bolingoli-Mbombo Signal An Imminent Deal For Kieran Tierney ?

Kieran Tierney, Tierney, Kieran

In the world of football you sometimes have to take the odd crumb to make a meal and the news that Celtic have signed left back Boli Bolingoli-Mbombo could indicate the departure of Arsenal target Kieran Tierney. It’s a nice thought, but in reality it could be cover for a player

Ozil’s loan deal to Fenerbahce is going to be almost impossible to secure

Mesut Ozil, Ozil, Ozil transfer

Arsenal’s apparent desire to rid themselves of the dysfunctional Mesut Ozil is something that’s been talked about before the transfer window even opened. The German playmaker's wages have been a constant burden to the midfielder when compared to his work rate, general performance and contribution to an inconsistent Arsenal side. The team

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