Arsene Wenger believes that Brexit could damage the Premier League and might return it to the type of league we watched before he arrived in England.
Due to Brexit, Arsenal, and the rest of the football clubs in England, will no longer be able to sign European players under the age of 18.
In what looks sets to be just another Brexit sideshow,a fight is brewing in the Premier League over homegrown quotas and which teams are allowed to attend the meeting that will determine the numbers.
A Premier League shareholder meeting held last week came to the conclusion that a Brexit working party was required to find consensus between the...
The FA and Premier League are seriously discussing rewarding clubs post-Brexit with credits to allow them to buy more foreign players if they field more English ones first.
The FA and Premier League are set for a clash over how many homegrown players they force clubs to field in a post-Brexit world.
When an international tournament appears on the horizon, the lack of opportunities for English players due to the rising number of foreigners becomes a trendy topic again.
With Brexit coming at the end of March 2019 and a large number of injured players at Arsenal, the January transfer window might be crucial for in the quest for trophies.
It’s been quiet out there in Arsenal land all week, so here is a quick round-up of some wider football stories you might have missed but which caught my eye.
Per Mertesacker has revealed that he wanted the UK to remain in the EU but also thinks people should give Donald Trump a chance.
After the Brexit vote was announced a quote started doing the rounds claiming that Arsenal would put their transfer plans on hold because of the weakness of the pound.
I saw a tweet today which suggested the correlation between AKB and Remain / WOB and Leave were probably pretty strong, and while that's a sizeable jump, it did get me thinking about the similarities between the Brexit fallout and the divisions in our fanbase.