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  1. Xero
    19/06/2019

    I enjoyed the Post, but doesn’t its headline on NewsNow come under the heading of clickbait – which really is the modus operandi of the very media papers that are so derided by blogdom? Fine line and all that.

    • Tony Attwood
      19/06/2019

      Xero – we have been running the series exposing the fake news propagated by websites and newspapers for around ten years now, and I think most of the readers we get know exactly what we are doing. Besides the fact that Arsenal might sign all three players at once is just too far fetched to be true. But watch out for the next article in the series which reveals not only that one of the transfer stories is an absolute fake, but that one of the leading publishers knew it was a fake, but kept running it.
      Incidentally the email address that you gave is coming up as not you on my system – I over rode it this time to answer your enquiry but if you write in again please can you check and put in the correct email address. If what you gave me is correct, you need to check with your email company, as it is coming up with a warning.

  2. Samuel Akinsola Adebosin
    19/06/2019

    I think us Gooners should by now have been accustomed to the media Arsenal transfer news or rumours that are being churn out every transfer window for us to be reading them. And this has continue to happen unabated extending to this current summer transfer window despite that only a fraction of the over 100 Arsenal transfer news that are published in the media comes to fruition.

    But notwithstanding, what can us do other than to be reading those media Arsenal transfer news as there are no alternative other news outlet outfits where us can be reading about Arsenal transfer news from time to time but in the print media whether the news are true or false, us can’t do otherwise. In the electronic media, they only read the news to us when it has been confirmed that Arsenal have signed or sold.

    In the meantime and in this particular summer window, Arsenal transfer kitty to do incoming transfers for the club this summer is very very on the average side as has been revealed to us in the media. But the implication for those that are responsible for the incoming transfers at the club is they will not be able to flex their muscles as they will want to flex them in the transfer market this summer when it comes to sign marquee finish articles for the club.

    The consequence that the very low summer transfer kitty has brought along to Arsenal this summer in the transfer market is they will be limited to the option of fishing out the untapped talented top quality players that are relatively unknown who are hidden at various club sides locally and elsewhere to tap them for signings for Arsenal and sign them for the club this summer. And start inducting into them the Arsenal way of playing in the PL immediately they are signed by way of coaching them. So that their best will be brought out next season’s campaign for Arsenal immediately the new season begun which will turnout as a massive surprise to the top 5 big rival club sides to Arsenal in the PL when the Gunners start challenging to win the PL title next season and win it that will be to the amazement of the top 5 big clubs in the PL who are looking to have access to unlimited transfer kitty this summer to do any incoming transfers that they want for themselves. With Man City in particular looking to have become obesed in transfer kitty access over the transfer windows.

    But if Arsenal are eyeing a particular one marquee player for signing this summer, then of course they will have to sell the Arsenal flob Mkhitaryan and the I don’t care Arsenal Ozil this summer window to maybe any of the Chinese Super League club sides to raise money sufficiently enough that will allow them to undertake one marquee signing for Arsenal. Say, to take Gareth Bale on loan from Real Madrid.

  3. Samuel Akinsola Adebosin
    19/06/2019

    I think us Gooners should by now have been accustomed to the media Arsenal transfer news or rumours that are being churned out every transfer window for us to be reading them. And this has continued to happen unabated extending to this current summer transfer window despite that only a fraction of the over 100 Arsenal transfer news that are published in the media do come to fruition.

    But notwithstanding, what can us do other than to be reading those media Arsenal transfer news as there are no alternative other news outlet outfits where us can be reading about Arsenal transfer news from time to time but in the print media whether the news are true or false, us can’t do otherwise. In the electronic media, they only read the news to us when it has been confirmed that Arsenal have signed or sold.

    In the meantime and in this particular summer window, Arsenal transfer kitty to do incoming transfers for the club this summer is very very on the average side as has been revealed to us in the media. But the implication for those that are responsible for the incoming transfers at the club is they will not be able to flex their muscles as they will want to flex them in the transfer market this summer when it comes to sign marquee finish articles for the club.

    The consequence that the very low summer transfer kitty has brought along to Arsenal this summer in the transfer market is they will be limited to the option of fishing out the untapped talented top quality players that are relatively unknown who are hidden at various club sides locally and elsewhere to tap them for signings for Arsenal and sign them for the club this summer. And start inducting into them the Arsenal way of playing in the PL immediately they are signed by way of coaching them. So that their best will be brought out next season’s campaign for Arsenal immediately the new season begun which will turnout as a massive surprise to the top 5 big rival club sides to Arsenal in the PL when the Gunners start challenging to win the PL title next season and win it that will be to the amazement of the top 5 big clubs in the PL who are looking to have access to unlimited transfer kitty this summer to do any incoming transfers that they want for themselves. With Man City in particular looking to have become obesed in transfer kitty access over the transfer windows.

    But if Arsenal are eyeing a particular one marquee player for signing this summer, then of course they will have to sell the Arsenal flob Mkhitaryan and the I don’t care Arsenal Ozil this summer window to maybe any of the Chinese Super League club sides to raise money sufficiently enough that will allow them to undertake one marquee signing for Arsenal. Say, to take Gareth Bale on loan from Real Madrid.

  4. Samuel Akinsola Adebosin
    19/06/2019

    I think Arsenal should sign the 18 year old 6ft 4 inches tall centreback William Saliba from Saint Etienne this summer who they’ve fished out. But if he has a good fast attacking pace going forward and a good fast recovering defensive pace tracking back and not rhinoceros nor prone to error making. And also has a long game lasting stamina and he is strong able to nutmeg off the opponent player. And if course able to jump very high to head the ball away or head it in as the situation demands he should do. And if Arsenal complete signing him, they should keep him at the club to play for the us alongside Mavropanos, another taller at the heart of the Arsenal defense-line next season but not loan him back to Saint Etienne after they have paid them the reported £25m transfer fee to get him. To do that will be ridiculous

  5. Samuel Akinsola Adebosin
    19/06/2019

    I think Arsenal should sign the 18 year old 6ft 4 inches tall centreback William Saliba from Saint Etienne this summer who they’ve fished out. But if he has a good fast attacking pace going forward and a good fast recovering defensive pace tracking back and not rhinoceros nor prone to error making. And also has a long game lasting stamina and he is strong able to nutmeg off the opponent player. And of course able to jump very high to head the ball away or head it in as the situation demands he should do. And if Arsenal complete signing him, they should keep him at the club to play for us alongside Mavropanos, another taller at the heart of the Arsenal defense-line next season but not loan him back to Saint Etienne after they have paid them the reported £25m transfer fee to get him. To do that will be ridiculous

  6. JOSHUA.
    21/06/2019

    GOOD DEAL!!

  7. Jomki
    26/06/2019

    I almost wet my pants with happiness when i read the headline.. Our only hope is to have the owner spend on the club for once.

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