Tag: The Sun
Troy Deeney had another dig at Arsenal in a desperate bid to be relevant while proving he doesn't even understand how numbers work.
The Premier League have reportedly told players to be fit to return by May 16 with a view to restarting football in mid-June. It sounds...
The FA will not use Anfield to host an England game because of Liverpool's ban on S*n journalists but Liverpool's is a stand that every club in the country should get behind.
The S*n are reporting that Ainsley Maitland-Niles is FURIOUS and has let out a SHOCK BLAST at Unai Emery after Arsenal's 2-2 draw at Watford, but did he really?
The Sun talk absolute nonsense about Arsenal, Crystal Palace, Reiss Nelson and Ainsley Maitland-Niles
Arsenal have been linked with a move for Crystal Palace's Aaron Wan-Bissaka and The S*n believe the club will offer Reiss Nelson AND Ainsley Maitland-Niles in order to land the player.
The S*n is one of the most racist rags on the planet masquerading as a news outlet, that is not news itself, but it is long past time that clubs stood up to them and their latest disgusting headline is the perfect opportunity.
He's young, he's black, and he's doing quite well for himself so that must mean it's time for another S*n takedown piece.
The S*n had a nice big piece trashing Per Mertesacker for attending a basketball game instead of an Arsenal youth match, but they've got so much wrong it makes my head hurt.
After a few misses against Fulham, the S*n laughably called Pierre Emerick-Aubameyang 'the most wasteful Prem top scorer ever' and I couldn't help but be reminded of that as I saw stats today saying the complete opposite.
The S*n don’t care much for facts so it’s no surprise that they’ve turned on Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang once again with a load of nonsense.
Sam Wallace is the first journalist I’ve come across who manages to deal with this whole Arsenal ‘hippy crack’ story with some notion of proportion.
Arsenal stars enjoyed hippy crack! It’s enough to start a scandal - if you try hard enough.
Three pages in the Daily Fail and a load of coverage on the S*n’s website shows two of the most right-wing papers in the...
The S*n are running a big headline today that claims “Ex-Arsenal kid Ismail H’Maidat jailed for string of armed robberies despite earning £9k a month" but you’ll probably not be surprised to hear it’s a load of balls.
Chelsea are facing the possibility of a two-year, four-window transfer ban and some outlets, like the S*n, want to involve Arsenal in their nonsense.
Unai Emery offered Mesut Ozil words of encouragement and support but that’s not how the S*n decided to portray it, heaping more pressure on the German before he’s even returned from his holidays.
When I saw a headline on the S*n’s website about Fernandinho begging Mikel Arteta to stay at the club this summer, my interest was piqued.
The S*n are reporting that Watford have ended their interest in Ben Wilmot just days after claiming the player had picked Watford over Arsenal...
The S*n have targeted Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang for their latest hatchet job the day after he scored his first goal for the club and it appears as if the story might be overblown to say the least. Shocking, I know!
Arsenal fans have called on the club to ban The Sun newspaper after their disgraceful headline.
In a game awash with money, the FA have made it so that Sutton United need to turn to a one-off sponsorship deal with The S*n to try and cash in on their tie with Arsenal – and many of their fans aren’t happy.
The papers, as you all know, love nothing more that a bit of hyperbole to start the day.
The Sun are reporting that Alexis Sanchez is demanding £250k a week from Arsenal and that he hasn’t ruled out a move to China in what is a story just overflowing with bull.
I know, I know, nobody should listen to what the Sun has to say, but the problem is, millions of people do, so their bull needs to be addressed.
Hull City are interested in taking Emiliano on loan for next season in what would represent an excellent opportunity for the youngster but leave Arsenal very short in the keeping department (Sun bit at the end).