After the success of Issue 1, we are delighted to bring you an even bigger and better Issue 2.
Featuring over 30 articles and containing exclusive interviews, Issue 2 is packed full of new content written just for the magazine. Here’s what you will get for the unbelievably low price of £1.99:
With the news that Santi Cazorla has undergone yet another operation, we have a massive feature on the Spaniard’s injury, including an interview with one of the leading ankle specialists in the sporting world, to find out what we can realistically expect for his future.
We also have with an in-depth look at who Stan Kroenke and Alisher Usmanov actually are and what we know about their plans for Arsenal.
Last Christmas? Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez are almost out of contract. You might have heard. So is this their last Christmas at Arsenal? And if they go, what does that say about the club?
Giant among boys: He’s the new head of Arsenal’s Academy, so what do we know about Per Mertesacker’s managerial style and what he’ll bring to the role?
The Road Jeff Travelled: Jeff Reine-Adelaide is a player many fans are excitedly waiting for to make a breakthrough in the senior team, but it seems to be taking forever. What’s going on with the 19-year-old, and will he ever get the chance he needs for Arsenal?
Where does Cazorla’s injury rank in the 5 worst Arsenal injuries of all time? There are many things synonymous with Arsenal: attractive football, high quality, technical players, success, and, unfortunately, serious injuries…
Not your average Joe: “Melbourne boy,” Joe Montemurro is about to embark on a big adventure as the new manager of the women’s team. But who is this self-confessed ‘detail freak’ and how did he end up at Arsenal?
Alex James: An underrated legend
Red Ed: Eddie Nketiah took just seconds to show Arsenal fans why they should be excited about him, so is he the real deal?
Wanted: More Iwobis
In the beginning…Arsene Wenger has been at Arsenal for so long that most of us are guilty of forgetting he actually managed other teams before his move to north London in 1996.
How TV took over football
What next for Alex Scott? At the beginning of November, Alex Scott announced that she would be leaving Arsenal and retiring from playing football at the end of the season, so what’s next for the soon-to-be former right-back?
Taxing Times: Premier League clubs could be demoted or prosecuted under the new Criminal Finance Act, if their players are found guilty of tax evasion
‘Keep calm and carry on? The need for a new number one is growing, but who could we get?
Ready to soar? After Willock, Nelson and Nketiah, is Kelechi Nwakali the next young star Arsenal fans should keep an eye on?
Natural Born Killer: Just 21, Vivianne Miedema has scored 114 goals in 132 games, but who is this player who’s proving that the female of the species is just as deadly as the male?
1989: With initial screenings of ’89’, a movie that tells the story of Arsenal’s 2-0 win over Liverpool at Anfield in 1989, taking place last month, we look back on that historic day and bring you some exclusive designs featuring the starting XI from that famous match
Henry’s solo goal v Spurs: over-rated but a symbol of Arsenal’s dominance over Tottenham
Arsenal’s FA WSL Years: Can they stop the slide?
The 5 Greatest Arsenal women
Will Arsenal ruin Xmas?
9 Xmas coping mechanisms for Arsenal fans?
Arsenal’s 5 best Boxing Day wins
Lasagne: The Truth
Arsene Wenger’s rejected XI
Transfer window preview: Before long, the transfer window will be open for another month, and 31 days of speculation and gossip will begin, so what can we expect to happen?
5 things Arsenal must do in the transfer window
What does Arsene Wenger really look for in a player? If the devil is in the detail, then what Arsene Wenger says and does should be able to tell us accurately the type of player he is looking to sign for Arsenal. The answer couldn’t have been clearer….
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