When you’re designing the cover of a magazine, it’s best to check there are no unintended consequences from your image placement.

That’s something the designer of the latest edition of the Arsenal magazine clearly failed to do.

Announcing the new Arsenal manager’s first big interview is an historic moment for the club and the magazine. It’s an event that doesn’t come around all that often so you would certainly want to make it memorable.

That’s exactly what the designer of this month’s cover has managed – whether he meant it or not.

Still, at least they kept with the ‘Arse’ theme, eh?

This isn’t the first time something like this has happened in the magazine, as one eagle-eyed Twitter user noted.

Still, at least this wasn’t the masthead on the cover…

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