Tag: Daily Mail
Arsenal’s deal for Lucas Torreira has been named as one of the 10 most exciting transfers this summer ahead of the new season, coming in at number two behind the uninspired choice of Riyad Mahrez to Manchester City at number one.
If there was one thing most people could agree on after England’s World Cup semi-final defeat at the hands of Croatia it was that Harry Kane had a stinker of a game.
On Wednesday, the Daily Mail tried to imply that Hector Bellerin and Alexandre Lacazette got into a fight in training and despite being corrected by the Spaniard, in their Thursday edition they hint that the defender wasn’t being truthful.
The majority of the UK papers criticised the atmosphere at Ashburton Grove on Sunday as they continue to be clueless about what is really going on at Arsenal.
David Ospina was dropped rather than injured ahead of Arsenal’s Europa League clash against CSKA according to a report in today’s Daily Mil.
Sami Mokbel in the Daily Mail has torn into Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang for his selfless decision to give his confidence-suffering teammate the chance to score from the spot against Stoke.
The players have held a meeting without Wenger to try and figure out a solution, the manager has held a meeting with the players to warn them their futures are at risk while Peter Hill-Wood has said Wenger has overstayed his welcome at the club as the soap opera that is Arsenal FC rolls on.
Charles Sale, writing in Friday’s Daily Mail, believes the gender pay gap at the FA, which currently stands at 23.2 per cent is not something they should be worried about because it’s less than the 31 per cent at the Lawn Tennis Association.
The Daily Mail are featuring the image of a crying Arsenal child, taken from the TV coverage of Sunday’s final, to stick the boot in further.
In a special ‘Arsenal in crisis’ section, the Arsenal-obsessed Daily Mail have an EXCLUSIVE today claiming something every other paper is reporting as well – that Arsene Wenger will step down in the summer.
The Daily Mail are trying to turn Arsene Wenger’s decision to play David Ospina in the Champions League into something it’s not – namely something to anger fans.