Here’s a roundup of the most essential Arsenal news today, interesting snippets and relevant football news from the day.

Essential Arsenal news today – 11 November 2021

Essential Arsenal news today Premier League Burnley v Arsenal Thomas Partey 5 of Arsenal in action during the game Burnley Turf Moor Lancashire United Kingdom Copyright: Simon Whitehead/News Images
Premier League Burnley v Arsenal Thomas Partey Copyright: Simon Whitehead/News Images

It’s a quiet one with the interlull in full swing, so let’s look at the most important bits of Arsenal news in the last 24 hours.

Thomas Partey has delayed joining up with Ghana as Arsenal assess his groin injury and he may well avoid linking up with them at all.

The news from the Scotland camp is that Kieran Tierney is fully fit and ready to feature in their fixtures over the international break.

Mikel Arteta wants Arsene Wenger to play more of a role at Arsenal, arguing it would benefit everyone at the club to have him around.

Arsenal women continued their brilliant form with a 5-1 away win over HB Køge. They are second in their Champions League group.

Miguel Azeez scored his first goal for Portsmouth, in just the third start of his loan spell, in the EFL Trophy on Tuesday night.

Marcelo Flores has committed his international future to Mexico although Canada are still trying to convince him to represent them. [ESPN Deportes]

Essential Arsenal news – ex-Arsenal

Arsene Wenger has said that the player he regrets selling the most is Nicolas Anelka. Although Arsenal made an enormous profit, and were able to buy Thierry Henry, Wenger had wanted to play the two French forwards together. [Metro]

Wenger also claims that 99% of the people he has spoken to want World Cup reform along the lines of his two-year proposal. [Daily Mail]

Former Arsenal youngster, Wellington Silva, performed what is likely to be the best worst fakery you will see this season:

In other football news…

Premier League clubs asked the Premier League if they could wear away shirts for one home game to raise money and awareness for homeless charities. The Premier League said ‘no’. EFL clubs will be allowed with one official highlighting the exception that was made for Manchester United saying “there seems to be one rule for Ronaldo and another for homeless charities”.

Finally, Antonio Conte, after basically calling Spurs players ‘fat’ is instigating a ground-breaking revolution that will involve not eating like a teenager: