Tag: Marc Bola
Former Arsenal academy defender Marc Bola has joined Super Lig club Samsunspor, leaving Middlesbrough after a four-year association with the club.
Former Arsenal left-back Marc Bola has made the step up from League One to the Championship, joining Middlesbrough.
Former Arsenal u23 captain, Semi Ajayi, has completed a move to West Brom while Marc Bola could be on his way to Brentford, and...
Marc Bola returned to face Arsenal with Blackpool last Wednesday, after leaving the Gunners over the summer, and he's admitted that he was delighted to get a chance to play at the Emirates Stadium.
Arsenal have announced the nine players they're releasing ahead of the 2018/19 season, with more potentially to come in the following weeks.
Now that the 2017/18 campaign has come to an end, let's take a look at how Arsenal's 15 loanees got on with their temporary clubs this season.
In total, Arsenal sent 15 players on loan this season between the summer and January windows, so let's take a look at how those spells are going for each of them.
Lucas Perez and Chuba Akpom both scored this weekend, but only six of Arsenal's 15 loanees featured for their current clubs.
Lucas Perez provided an assist but added another game to his goal drought, as seven Arsenal loanees featured over the weekend.
Joel Campbell was named in Monday night's squad for Real Betis and Kelechi Nwakali scored an impressive brace, as eight Arsenal loanees featured this weekend.
Jeff Reine-Adelaide made it two wins in two starts and Lucas Perez played his 14th match without a goal, as six Arsenal loanees featured over the weekend.
Lucas Perez missed a penalty to make it 13 games without a goal and Ben Sheaf returned from injury for his first game with new loan club Stevenage, as nine Arsenal loanees featured over the weekend.
Chuba Akpom scored the winner against Anderlecht and Lucas Perez's goal drought grew longer as Arsenal's loanees endured a mixed weekend.
Kelechi Nwakali got an assist as MVV Maastricht won their first game since his return to the club while Jeff Reine-Adelaide made his Angers debut after his own January loan move.
Julio Pleguezuelo and Chuba Akpom made debuts for their new loan clubs over the weekend, as only two loanees played from start to finish.
Lucas Perez provided an assist in Deportivo's stalemate, while Jenkinson and Bramall finally played together for Birmingham. Bola's Bristol Rovers beat Doncaster, as Nwakali made his second-stint debut.
Stephy Mavididi scored again while Lucas Perez and Marc Bola both provided assists in an encouraging weekend for Arsenal's loanees.
Emi Martinez started consecutive games for the first time this season, and Tafari Moore featured for his new loan club.
Marc Bola was the only Arsenal loanee to feature over the weekend, playing a full 90 minutes in a 1-1 draw with Oldham.
Now we've reached the end of 2017, let's look back at Arsenal's transfer business, rating all the ins and outs over the last 12 months.
Stephy Mavididi and Marc Bola featured in a pair of disappointing draws for their Preston North End and Bristol Rovers respectively on Boxing Day.
Lucas Perez and Takuma Asano were the only Arsenal loanees to feature over the weekend, and both were involved in games they'd prefer to forget.
Takuma Asano largely endured an afternoon to forget, while Lucas Perez became the second Arsenal loanee to reach 1,000 minutes of playing time this season.
Loan watch: Arsenal suffer injury blow, Bundesliga striker scores and Spaniard gets 90-minute showing
Stephy Mavididi missed out on Preston North End's match through injury, but Takuma Asano and Lucas Perez both featured at the weekend.
Lucas Perez was in action for Deportivo and got on the scoresheet. Stephy Mavididi was given a rare start and Takuma Asano also featured. The rest were on the bench or left out entirely.
It was a quiet couple of days for the Arsenal loanees this weekend, as many clubs took time off for the international break.
Arsenal's loanees aren't playing and they aren't developing.
There were a couple of Arsenal loanees in action on Wednesday night, with Bola enduring a cup exit at the hands of Swindon, while Nwakali picked up 45 minutes for the reserves.
Just three of Arsenal's nine loanees were involved over the weekend, as many continue to struggle with game-time or injuries. None of them were on the winning side either.
Arsenal's loanees continued to struggle in the latest round of games around Europe.
Arsenal's loanees had one of their busiest weeks of the season so far, with the highlights being Lucas Perez getting among the goals and Emi Martinez finally getting a start.
Three Arsenal loanees played a part in Saturday's matches, of the six players available for selection.
Marc Bola was the only Arsenal loanee to appear on Tuesday, making his third consecutive start for Bristol Rovers.
Marc Bola's loan to Bristol Rovers continues to look like a good one as he gets a run of games, but Arsenal's other loanees weren't so lucky on Saturday.
Marc Bola played 90 minutes for Bristol Rovers on Saturday as his loan side smashed Northampton 6-0.
Lucas Perez scored as none of the Arsenal loanees making appearances were on the losing side this weekend.
Marc Bola was a standout performer against Blackpool, Lucas Perez featured against Espanyol and Nwakali, Mavididi and Asano made substitute appearances for their loan sides.
Marc Bola, Takuma Asano, Kelechi Nwakali and Lucas Perez all featured for their clubs last weekend.
The season is starting to pick up some speed for Arsenal's loanees now the transfer window is closed, and Saturday brought another round of fixtures for many of their sides.
Arsenal's Kelechi Nwakali scored for VVV-Venlo, while Lucas Perez returned for his former club and Takuma Asano also featured.
12Page 1 of 2