Sweeeeeeet boots

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Via @Arsenal Instagram (amazing pic)

Oh my gooood I’m back agaaaaaain.

That’s how I introduce myself into work meetings.

The kids at the agency think I’m super cool and totally nineties retro.

‘So young’ they shout.

Anyway, it’s been a dry week. Not even a pint of Gatorade can save this piece.

International break, right when the season is getting interesting, is by far the most offensive affront to my life.

Who. Fucking. Cares.

Hopefully, we can avoid any injuries to our key players, and hopefully Spurs pick up some niggles that reduce their players effectiveness as they enter the death spiral.

It would appear Danny Welbz is back in training, running like a true pro. That’s great news he’s recovering. I’d imagine it’s too much to expect him back by the end of the season, but wouldn’t that be nice? He’d be a help right now. Imagine him terrorizing defenders in our press. Would love that. LOVE IT MIGHTILY.

Hector Bellerin traveled to Dubai with the team. Great to see him back in business.

Mesut Ozil has been pictured smiling. BIG news imo. He’s also wearing gold boots.

Finally, Denis Suarez is looking pretty.

That’s all I have. I just have to keep up posting. Get in the comments you melts and stop talking about Brexit. x

 

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  1. Bob N16

    Tony, I would guess that our scouts have been checking on Bielik and have noticed this guy….no idea about him!

  2. Un battle angel

    We are in for Lillian Thuram’s son too. Marcus. Haven’t heard of him til now. Is he any good? Dortmund are after him too.

  3. Valentin

    Marcus Thuram is quite good, he would compete with Iwobi for the left attacking midfielder.
    He could become a real star, but he is still a work in progress. I would say that we would have to accept some inconsistency and erratic crossing/shooting for the next two years.

  4. Dissenter

    We are being linked to Joe Aribo, the 22 yer old captain of Charlton.
    Apparently his contract runs out in the summer and he’s available for a free transfer.
    I wouldn’t dismiss him until I know more about him. Is he a useful piano carrier?
    Is he better that say Willock would have done on loan at Charlton?

  5. mysticleaves

    If the club goes out and signs another CM under 22 and with just potential, then we are no better than Man City. Willock deserves his chance in the team and honestly wont do worse than Guen