Pablo Mari plays for Arsenal Football Club. He joined Arsenal on loan from Flamengo in January 2020. Mari wears the number 22 shirt. He was born on August 31, 1993.
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Help us Martin Odegaard, you're our only hope: This week, we try to see what lessons can be learned from Chelsea, where our signings fit and ask is Mari the new Cygan?
Pablo Mari's pathetic attempts to deal with Romelu Lukaku earned him the special attention of Arsenal fans on Twitter. Some was over the top, some, however, was absolutely hilarious.
Arsenal did not enjoy a good afternoon against Chelsea and while Pablo Mari is facing the wrath of most Arsenal fans, he was far from alone in having an absolute stinker.
Arsenal had to pay the guts of £1m following their loss to Brentford thanks to a performance clause in Pablo Mari's contract, a player who was largely slated throughout the whole game.Arsenal had to pay the guts of £1m following their loss to Brentford thanks to a performance clause in Pablo Mari's contract, a player who was largely slated throughout the whole game.
Besiktas are interested in a move for Pablo Mari this summer, but you'd imagine they aren't going to have much luck with the signing.
David Luiz will be unavailable to face his former club Chelsea on Wednesday, but Mikel Arteta gave a relatively positive update on the other injury concerns.
Emile Smith Rowe was substituted against West Brom on Sunday so what's the latest on his fitness?
Even though Arsenal were eliminated from the Europa League on Thursday, three of their players made it into the Team of the Week.
Pablo Mari grew up supporting Villarreal, but he's ready to fight for Arsenal and he says his family and friends have to support him too.
Arsenal paid Flamengo a lot less for Pablo Mari than initial reports suggested, according to the Brazilian clubs vice president of finance.
Arsenal have welcomed four players back to training from their various complaints but Kieran Tierney is still struggling with his calf injury and will not play any part.
As Arsenal prepare to face Manchester United at the Emirates Stadium on Saturday, some information is emerging about which players might be involved.
Arsenal were without four players for their 3-1 win at Southampton, with Kieran Tierney now an injury concern.
Arsenal provided updates on Dani Ceballos and Pablo Mari ahead of their weekend clash with Southampton, and it looks like good news.
Dani Ceballos missed Arsenal's 3-0 win over Newcastle United on Monday with a calf injury, the third Arsenal player to suffer one this month.
Gabriel Martinelli and possibly Kieran Tierney will be available for Arsenal's match against Newcastle United on Monday night.
Arsenal have updated the status of a few male players while one of the Arsenal women has, as is standard, picked up an injury on international duty.
Pablo Mari made his long-awaited return from injury against Derby County on Friday, as the Arsenal u23s made it three wins in a row.
Pablo Mari is finally close to a return to full match fitness, joining full training at last after recovering from another injury setback.
Ahead of the Arsenal match against Dundalk Mikel Arteta explained to the media why they left William Saliba out of the Europa League squad, and why he regrets it.
Two Arsenal players returned from injury with the u23s over the weekend, and one more during the week before the Rapid Vienna game.
Pablo Mari appears to have suffered a minor setback in his recovery from ankle surgery that has kept him out of action since 17 June
Arsenal have no new injuries ahead of the match against West Ham United, but there are a few updates from last week's report.
Arsenal start their 20/21 Premier League campaign this weekend against newly-promoted Fulham, so who is fit and who is out ahead of the game?
Arsenal announced four different deals on Monday but we're still waiting for official confirmation of Gabriel Magalhaes' €30m move to the club. All the juicy...
Arsenal face Liverpool in the Community Shield this weekend in what is the traditional curtain-raiser for the season, so who is fit to play?
Arsenal will be without Shkodran Mustafi for their final two games of the season after the club confirmed he will not return in time for the cup final.
Shkodran Mustafi will miss the trip to Aston Villa with a hamstring injury, with no exact timescale for his recovery at this stage.
Arsenal have announced that Gabriel Martinelli will not just miss the rest of the season but the rest of the calendar year as well.
Arsenal somehow went a couple of games without picking up any new injuries, meaning Mesut Özil is the only player still joining the four longer-term absentees.
Despite having only missed nine games in his entire career before signing for Arsenal, Pablo Mari will not only miss the rest of this season but the start of the new one as well.
Cedric Soares is finally available to play matches again, with Arsenal confirming the status of eight players in their latest team news update.
Gabriel Martinelli and Pablo Mari came through successful procedures on their injuries this week, according to Arsenal's latest team news update.
Arsenal have confirmed that they have signed David Luiz to a new one-year extension, Pablo Mari and Cedric Soares to long-term, permanent deals and secured Dani Ceballos until the end of the current campaign.
Ahead of Arsenal's game against Southampton on Thursday the club has issued some good and bad news in terms of injured players.
Flamengo vice president Marcos Braz claims Pablo Mari to Arsenal is a done deal, and it's just a matter of waiting for the money.
Arsenal will pay Flamengo £15.5m to turn Pablo Mari's loan into a permanent move despite the player only featuring for 24 minutes before picking up an injury that will require surgery.
Arsenal will activate their purchase clause for Pablo Mari this summer, despite his recent serious injury, according to reports.
Pablo Mari won't play for Arsenal again this season, after reportedly suffering a serious ankle ligament injury in defeat to Manchester City.
Arsenal lost 3-0 at Manchester City and, while it wasn't great, it was mostly David Luiz's fault and wasn't going quite so badly until he got involved. So what did Mikel Arteta think about it all and what can we learn from his comments after the game?