A look at the best social media posts from Arsenal players this week.

It’s all been pretty quiet on social media following Arsenal’s 3-1 loss away to Chelsea and given the way the Gunners performed, I’m not surprised that they’ve retreated into their caves. If I was them, I would have stuck my phone in the freezer.

Petr Cech took to Twitter to voice his disappointment, particularly at Chelsea’s third goal when Cesc Fabregas lobbed him.

Hector Bellerin also let everyone know he was okay following his concussion at the hands – well, elbow – of Marcos Alonso.


After the match, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain appeared to ‘like’ an ArsenalFan TV video on Twitter that said Wenger should leave, which the England international cleared up.

On Wednesday, Jenks turned 25, which is nice. He celebrated by putting a picture of his Arsenal shirt, which happens to be no.25, up on Instagram.


Mohamed Elneny returned from the Africa Cup of Nations; he scored in the final but it wasn’t enough and Cameroon won 2-1. The midfielder is available for Arsenal’s match against Hull.

Meanwhile, Mesut Ozil shared a video of him working out ahead of the Hull game.


And Alex Iwobi shared his favourite football moment.

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