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[Match Thread] Arsenal F.C. v.s. AFC Bournemouth (25/07/2024)
  • Oooh we doing penalties. Is this going to be a thing now every summer?

  • [Match Thread] Arsenal F.C. v.s. AFC Bournemouth (25/07/2024)
  • Omg they're even letting Jimi Gower play

  • [Match Thread] Arsenal F.C. v.s. AFC Bournemouth (25/07/2024)
  • What a player Ødegaard is

  • [Match Thread] Arsenal F.C. v.s. AFC Bournemouth (25/07/2024)
  • Wtf was that 🤦🏻‍♀️

  • [Match Thread] Arsenal F.C. v.s. AFC Bournemouth (25/07/2024)
  • Holy hell Karl what a save

  • [Match Thread] Arsenal F.C. v.s. AFC Bournemouth (25/07/2024)
  • Yeah ESR not coming on...sigh... This one hurts

  • [Match Thread] Arsenal F.C. v.s. AFC Bournemouth (25/07/2024)
  • Fabio Vieira POTM performance lol

  • [Match Thread] Arsenal F.C. v.s. AFC Bournemouth (25/07/2024)
  • Ben White doing his mischievous things again

  • [Match Thread] Arsenal F.C. v.s. AFC Bournemouth (25/07/2024)
  • First half thoughts, these kids can hold their own and definitely should let them get more senior experience.

    Eddie really just needs to take a shot, his decision making isn't up to par.

    Second half can we get the rest of the bench up 😂

  • Daily Discussion - 25 July 2024
  • 🦀🦀🦀🦀🦀

  • [Match Thread] Arsenal F.C. v.s. AFC Bournemouth (25/07/2024)
  • That was mad unlucky for Bournemouth

  • [Match Thread] Arsenal F.C. v.s. AFC Bournemouth (25/07/2024)
  • Eddie's decision making has been quite questionable

  • [Match Thread] Arsenal F.C. v.s. AFC Bournemouth (25/07/2024)
  • Are the Bournemouth kits the Michael B. Jordan designed kits? Very plain looking except the collar 😕

  • [Match Thread] Arsenal F.C. v.s. AFC Bournemouth (25/07/2024)
  • Those away kits look quite fly

  • [Match Thread] Arsenal F.C. v.s. AFC Bournemouth (25/07/2024)
  • Fabio Vieira was born for these matches lol

  • [Match Thread] Arsenal F.C. v.s. AFC Bournemouth (25/07/2024)
  • Oh that was fucking nice Fabio

  • 【Official】Olympique Lyonnais confirmed for Emirates Cup

    www.arsenal.com Olympique Lyonnais confirmed for Emirates Cup

    We’re delighted to announce two pre-season fixtures at Emirates Stadium as part of our preparations for the 2024/25 campaign

    Olympique Lyonnais confirmed for Emirates Cup

    As well as Leverkusen

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    "Sometimes it's not fair in football but we have to accept it..." Kai Havertz says he "feels sorry" for Arsenal fans and looks ahead to next season to "give them what they need"...

    I ❤️ this guy

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    www.instagram.com Vivianne Miedema on Instagram: "Thank you, Arsenal ❤️"

    58K likes, 1,364 comments - viviannemiedema on May 13, 2024: "Thank you, Arsenal ❤️".

    Vivianne Miedema on Instagram: "Thank you, Arsenal ❤️"

    Ngl... I teared up reading her letter.

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    Arsenal on Instagram: "Premier League Player of the Match: Our Jorgi "

    www.instagram.com Arsenal on Instagram: "Premier League Player of the Match: Our Jorgi 👏 Shot on Google Pixel📱"

    45K likes, 322 comments - arsenal on February 24, 2024: "Premier League Player of the Match: Our Jorgi 👏 Shot on Google Pixel📱"

    Arsenal on Instagram: "Premier League Player of the Match: Our Jorgi 👏 

Shot on Google Pixel📱"

    Well deserved 🙌🏼

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    Last thing you see before you die. COYG.

    Wilo you nutter

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    www.arsenal.com Tomiyasu named October's men's Player of the Month

    The Japanese defender scooped 64 per cent of the votes to be the runaway victor of our monthly club award

    Tomiyasu named October's men's Player of the Month

    Bloody happy for Tomi. Rice was a good shout but Tomi bloody deserved it.

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    Arteta: "I question myself every day" | Men in Blazers podcast

    Rog is a huge Everton fan and a believer of us last season so interviewing Mikel is a huge treat for him

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    Colney Carpool Ep. 16 - Jorginho

    I swear Jorgie's laugh is hilarious. He's slowly becoming one of my favorites.

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    Tomiyasu on the atmosphere at The Emirates

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    Mikel Arteta goes again (British GQ)

    www.gq-magazine.co.uk Mikel Arteta goes again

    Arsenal were top of the Premier League for nine months, then it all came apart. This time, their tenacious young manager is determined to go all the way

    Mikel Arteta goes again
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    www.football.london Tomiyasu on injury recovery, losing confidence, versatility and Arsenal training

    The Japan international spoke during Arsenal's pre-season tour of the USA about his latest injury comeback, and fighting for a place in Mikel Arteta's starting XI

    Tomiyasu on injury recovery, losing confidence, versatility and Arsenal training

    When Takehiro Tomiyasu arrived at Arsenal he was an instant hit. The right-back position at Arsenal had been an issue for some time, with none of Calum Chambers, Hector Bellerin or Ainsley Maitland-Niles being able to meet Mikel Arteta's requirements. In Tomiyasu, the Spaniard seemed to have finally found his man.

    The Arsenal supporters took to him immediately too. By his debut against Norwich he had already earned himself a chant, and a goal-saving tackle from Heung-Min Son in his next Emirates Stadium appearance solidified him as an instant fan favourite. Over the next few months, the Japan international would hardly look back, establishing himself as one of the best one-vs-one and aerial defenders in the Premier League. Then the injuries came.

    Having started every league game from his debut in September up until Boxing Day, Tomiyasu would go on to play just five more matches in the 2021/22 season. He continued to struggle with calf problems throughout the summer. By the time he was back though William Saliba's return had shifted Ben White to right back, and the Japan international would have to make do with a bit part role for the first time in his career, before a knee injury against Sporting CP ended his season in March. It's a period that he admits he found difficult.

    "Yes, it was a difficult period for me," he says. "Ben White was doing very well and to be honest I lost confidence. But the injured period was four months and I thought about a lot of things at this time.

    "You need to learn from the injuries, also the mistakes from the Manchester City game as well (where his error allowed Kevin De Bruyne to open the scoring in February's top-of-the-table clash at the Emirates). You have good and bad moments but you need to learn a lot of things from the bad moments. Now I am feeling good, not only for the body, but my head also like career, yeah, it’s all positive."

    Despite his bad luck with injuries though, Tomiyasu remains firmly a part of Arteta's plans for the coming season. Part of the reason for this is his supreme versatility. Over the course of his two appearances in this pre-season tour of America alone, he has played right centre-back, left centre-back and left back, despite his natural position being at right back. Many players would find such constant change difficult, but for Tomiyasu it's not an issue.

    READ MORE: Two players missing from Arsenal training as Mikel Arteta prepares for Barcelona

    "For me, it’s the same thing," he says. "I just want to be on the pitch. I want to play as much as I can and help the team. Which position, I don’t care. I haven’t spoken to the manager about it, I don’t know. I just want to help the team."

    That goal of being on the pitch as much as possible is set to become even more tricky this season though. In his preferred right back spot Tomiyasu now has to compete with new signing Jurrien Timber as well as White, while over at left back Oleksandr Zinchenko is Arteta's first choice, with Kieran Tierney and Jakub Kiwior also vying for minutes alongside him. Rather than fearing the competition though, the 24-year-old is relishing the challenge.

    "The level in training is much higher than last season," he says. "This is good for the team and for me. If you want to be a better player you need to play with better players in a competitive environment.

    "The only thing I can do is prove my value on the pitch. That’s all I can do."

    Standards across Arsenal will have to improve as they return to the Champions League for the first time in seven years in September. For Tomiyasu though, his focus is on the here and now.

    "I am so excited to play," he says. "But the only thing I can do, I just want to be on the pitch to help the team. So the first thing I need to do is prove my value in the training."

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    Lineup vs MLS for MLS All-Stars Skills Challenge

    Tuesday, July 18th

    MLS All-Star Shooting Challenge presented by AT&T 5G **MLS All-Star Touch Challenge **presented by Dawn MLS All-Star Cross & Volley Challenge presented by AT&T 5G MLS All-Star Passing Challenge presented by Bounty MLS All-Star Crossbar Challenge presented by GilletteLabs

    Yes...everything in America is sponsored.

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    www.arsenal.com Walti and Maritz in Swiss World Cup squad

    Lia Walti will captain her national side and Noelle Maritz is heading to her second World Cup

    Lia Walti and Noelle Maritz are heading to the 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup after being selected for Switzerland's final 23-player squad.

    This is Walti and Maritz's second World Cup with Switzerland and only the second time the country has qualified for the tournament. Walti has captained her national team since 2019 and 98 senior caps to her name. Maritz, meanwhile, has represented Switzerland at a senior level since 2013 and has made 96 appearances.

    Switzerland's first test of the competition is on 21 July against the Philippines before they face co-hosts New Zealand and Frida Maanum's Norway to finish up Group A.

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    Arsenal WFC handed a tough Champions League draw

    League path

    Group 3:

    Semi-finals Paris FC (FRA) vs FC Kryvbas (UKR) Arsenal WFC (ENG) vs Linköping FC (SWE)

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    These umps are unbelievable

    Checking before the pitcher even pitched? Wtf...

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