It feels so good for football to be back.
It feels even better to deliver a hammer blow to Paul Lambert’s Stoke in controversial circumstances. I mean, the penalty we were awarded wasn’t really that controversial, I thought Ozil was crunched in the box and the challenge from behind was certainly reckless.
The cooly slotted penalty reassured me Aubameyang is indeed the absolute man.
There’s so little to talk about, these breaks are literally torture.
Word to my post yesterday, quite an outpouring of ignorance in the comments section. If you feel threatened by fair representation, that’s cool, just be honest about it. Football is a very backwards industry, Arsenal is one of the shining lights in progressive thinking/acting and we should be proud of that.
Rumours are rife that Arsenal might be considering a switch to Adidas as there kit supplier when the Puma deal expires next summer. @DarrenArsenal1 reckons there’s £50m a year on the table, which would be a hefty jump, no doubt predicated on our trophy-laden last 4 years. Did Puma bring trophies back to the club? I can’t rule that out.
Adidas does raise the bar though. A proper kit maker, with trendy sub-brands for the hipster fans. Hopefully, the new kit deal with put a visual marker in the sand for the new Arsenal when Wenger likely leaves. We also have the added benefit of the club being able to bring back the bruised banana kit, which will make the German firm their money back in a season.