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Posted by2 months ago

Competition: Premier League | Date: August 05, 2022

Kick off: 20:00 (Europe/London) | Venue: Selhurst Park

Referee: Anthony Taylor, England | FT: 90' Crystal Palace 0-2 Arsenal

Match Info:
Crystal Palace

Formation: 4-2-3-1

Starting XI: Vicente Guaita, Nathaniel Clyne, Joachim Andersen, Marc Guéhi, Tyrick Mitchell, Cheick Doucouré, Jeffrey Schlupp, Jordan Ayew, Eberechi Eze, Wilfried Zaha, Odsonne Édouard

Substitutes: Sam Johnstone, Chris Richards, Joel Ward, Luka Milivojević, Malcolm Ebiowei, Jaïro Riedewald, Will Hughes, Jean-Philippe Mateta, Luke Plange

Coach: P. Vieira


Formation: 4-2-3-1

Starting XI: Aaron Ramsdale, Ben White, William Saliba, Gabriel Magalhães, Oleksandr Zinchenko, Thomas Partey, Granit Xhaka, Bukayo Saka, Martin Ødegaard, Gabriel Martinelli, Gabriel Jesus

Substitutes: Matt Turner, Cédric Soares, Rob Holding, Kieran Tierney, Reiss Nelson, Albert Sambi Lokonga, Mohamed Elneny, Nicolas Pépé, Edward Nketiah

Coach: Mikel Arteta

Match Stats:

Crystal Palace0 - 2Arsenal
56%Ball Possession44%
10Total Shots10
2Shots On Target2
2Shots Off Target4
6Blocked Shots4
9Shots Inside Box7
1Shots Outside Box3
3Corner Kicks5
1Yellow Cards2
0Red Cards0
1Goalkeeper Saves2
478 (86%)Accurate Passes352 (82%)

Match events


20' GOAL! Scored by Gabriel Teodoro Martinelli Silva (Arsenal)

44' Yellow Card for G. Xhaka (Arsenal)

58' Substitution: Jean-Philippe Mateta for Odsonne Édouard (Crystal Palace)

60' Yellow Card for B. White (Arsenal)

64' Yellow Card for Nathaniel Edwin Clyne (Crystal Palace)

75' Substitution: L. Milivojević for C. Doucouré (Crystal Palace)

83' Substitution: K. Tierney for O. Zinchenko (Arsenal)

83' Substitution: Edward Keddar Nketiah for Gabriel Fernando de Jesus (Arsenal)

85' GOAL! Scored by M. Guéhi (Arsenal)

86' Substitution: M. Ebiowei for E. Eze (Crystal Palace)

86' Substitution: W. Hughes for J. Schlupp (Crystal Palace)

90' Substitution: A. Lokonga for M. Ødegaard (Arsenal)

90' Match whistled off

Player Match Stats
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Joachim Andersen7.99006104150
Wilfried Zaha7.3900335216
Jeffrey Schlupp6.9861435164
Jean-Philippe Mateta6.732101120
Luka Milivojević6.515001500
Malcolm Ebiowei6.5800333
Nathaniel Clyne6.390005551
Marc Guéhi6.3900010260
Tyrick Mitchell6.390015271
Cheick Doucouré6.375013330
Vicente Guaita6.290003500
Jordan Ayew6.2900229309
Eberechi Eze6.286113394
Odsonne Édouard6.25810782
Will Hughes6.2800410


Aaron Ramsdale7.590002710
Ben White7.3900830191
Oleksandr Zinchenko7.3831549141
Thomas Partey7.3900746150
William Saliba7.290004941
Gabriel Magalhães7.290015690
Granit Xhaka7.2900146110
Martin Ødegaard7.289124041
Bukayo Saka7902228113
Gabriel Martinelli7902025123
Gabriel Jesus7830126216
Kieran Tierney6.91102420
Edward Nketiah6.61100321
Albert Sambi Lokonga0100110

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Posted by10 months ago

After the positive feedback on our post last month about reconnecting with the Club we returned to the club and let them know that we were interested in re-opening communications.

Last week several of the moderators got a chance to chat with two members of the Arsenal communication staff, Mark and Johnnie.

The purpose of the discussion was to further the initial conversation about reopening communication and collaboration between the club and the subreddit.

A little bit of background. Mark is the club’s Media & Communications Director and has worked with the club for 11 years and Johnnie has been at the club for a short time now and leads the club’s social content.

One of the big things that Mark stressed was that while the club enjoys and finds importance in the big public relation campaigns (which they consider shop window projects), the more important ones are the smaller more personal things that they can do to support the people of Islington as well as allow supporters from all over to feel more connected to the club, even if it might not get the same engagement online.

As part of the discussion we were able to ask a few questions. I’ve tried to summarize them with the answers below.

We want to make sure that we are not seen as a part of the club. It is important for users to feel like they can be open and honest with discussion topics/comments on the subreddit.
The club agrees with this. They have no desire to interfere with the running of the subreddit but instead see it as an opportunity to expand communication on a more personal level to supporters.

Supporters saw the large number of redundancies last year immediately followed up by spending large sums of money on incoming transfers. There seemed to be some concern over how the club was able to justify both actions as well as how they were communicated.
The redundancies last year were sort of two-fold. There were always plans to identify and address ways the club could streamline and improve processes. The financial implications of COVID did speed up this process.
Additionally, in regards to money spent on transfer funds and how the club is spending money, it’s important to remember the goals of the club. Without player investments it would be even harder to make it back to the top. The juxtaposition between the redundancies and transfer fees is tough and understandable, but unfortunately it’s just part of owning a club. Comparison used was airlines still buying airplanes last season despite air travel being down.
In terms of communication, Mark brought up that between Josh and Vinai (and previously Gazidis) Arsenal higher ups communicate more than any other club in the big 6. Josh’s public appearances and interviews are more than what any club owner or family member has done. As we have heard before, the biggest reason for more communication recently vs before is the Kroenke’s not having 100% ownership and control of the club until 2018. Unfortunately the model of a “local lad” making it big and buying his club and funding it is no longer the way of the Premier League, but Josh is committed to being more visible and forthcoming.

Dortmund have recently voted on a code of values, are there any thoughts from the club around this and how the club decides which partnerships to accept?
We have to run the football club. We need to use the values of the club as an internal guide but it’s important to remember that financial realities exist. The club does a lot of due diligence on all partnerships, including turning many away. The club accepts and agrees that even with all of the due diligence being done there are always many long debates that could be had about the deals the club does make. The important thing is that the club does a lot of work in the background to be comfortable with those deals. Mark stressed the club has to be careful, but also pragmatic.
Fan openness is something that they’re trying to improve. The example given was with the recent Socios deal. The club worked with a subgroup from the fans forum who were aware of the incoming partnership. Mark stressed that as a member of the executive team he approaches club decisions from both the fan and club perspective. Additionally the same goes for the executives.

There were of course questions about the club and the Super League and what they have learned from that process.
The club knew that it would not be a popular decision but the train was leaving the station and as the club have stated before “What do we want, a super league with or without Arsenal. The train was leaving the station and a decision was made.” The club felt it was in the best interest of the long-term future of the club. Additionally they learned to very quickly admit their mistake and pull out, even if from a legal perspective it’s a longer process.
Additionally they have introduced the Arsenal Advisory Board which recently held their first meeting. Any large decision, things like a super league, moving from Emirates, etc, would have to go through them first, although ultimately the decision would rest with the board.
Finally the reaction to the super league reinforced what the club already knew. Football clubs are about the fans, and every decision that the board makes is made with the clubs best interest at heart.

There was also a short discussion on what the club’s goals are for partnership with the club.
They want to bring reddit to Arsenal and vice versa. The initial thought is obviously things like AMA’s with the players, however the club are interested in any ideas that we (the mods) as well as we (the entire subreddit community) have. Additionally there are goals for the mod team to meet a few times a year with the club, as well as an open line of communication.

We want to make it clear that we as mods took this conversation mostly as a chance to continue opening the lines of communication with the club and not a chance to be hard-hitting journalists. Additionally if you guys have any realistic ideas for ways you would want to see us (the subreddit) work with the club, please put it in the comments below.

Note: This post was reviewed by the club before we put it out to ensure we were accurately representing them and the answers that they gave.

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Posted by11 months ago

In the aftermath of the ESL controversy back in April, the mod team announced in this post that we would be distancing ourselves from the collaborative relationship we had fostered with the club. This was not a decision taken lightly but we believe it was the principled and correct thing to do in the face of the fanbase being completely disregarded by the club hierarchy. Your responses to the post indicated that the community was overwhelmingly supportive of this action, something which we are grateful for.

As stated in the original post, if Arsenal were willing to work with us and the community at large, we would consider reopening communications in the future. In the six months since that post was made, Arsenal’s media and communications department has undergone extensive internal changes, and the new team has offered us a fairly unique opportunity.

In the last week, Arsenal has reached out to the mod team to offer us a chance to meet with some of the directors and discuss how the club is and will continue to communicate and work with supporters and fan-led supporters groups such as r/Gunners. They also restated the desire on their end to recommence collaborations such as AMAs, which is something that we unilaterally distanced ourselves from in the original post.

In the preliminary communications we’ve had so far, the club seems to be genuine in their attempts to bridge the gap. At no point have they tried to pressure us and have indicated that they’re understanding if we don’t wish to reconnect, something which we made clear was in the hands of our users.

It is the opinion of the mod team that the opportunity to directly engage with the club in this way would be productive, but are wary of being used for PR, so our initial thoughts are to accept the invitation to talk with the club, but wait until we are satisfied with their intentions going forward before doing anything like an AMA.

However, we understand that the wound may not have healed for the community just yet, and since the mod team functions as a representative entity of the whole group, we wanted to take into account in our decision-making process your feedback and opinions on whether reengaging with the club is something the community would consider.

We’re happy to answer questions and go back and forth on this and we won’t rush this, giving everyone a chance to weigh in.

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Posted by6 months ago

Competition: Premier League | Date: April 04, 2022

Kick off: 20:00 (Europe/London) | Venue: Selhurst Park

Referee: Paul Tierney, England | FT: 90' Crystal Palace 3-0 Arsenal

Match Info:
Crystal Palace

Formation: 4-2-3-1

Starting XI: Guaita, N. Clyne, J. Andersen, M. Guéhi, T. Mitchell, C. Kouyaté, J. Schlupp, C. Gallagher, J. Ayew, W. Zaha, J. Mateta

Substitutes: J. McArthur, O. Édouard, L. Milivojević, C. Benteke, J. Butland, E. Eze, J. Tomkins, J. Ward, W. Hughes

Coach: P. Vieira


Formation: 4-2-3-1

Starting XI: A. Ramsdale, Cédric Soares, Gabriel Magalhães, B. White, Nuno Tavares, G. Xhaka, T. Partey, M. Ødegaard, E. Smith Rowe, A. Lacazette, B. Saka

Substitutes: Gabriel Martinelli, E. Nketiah, A. Lokonga, Mohamed Elneny, M. Flores, M. Ogungbo, R. Holding, B. Leno, Z. Swanson

Coach: Mikel Arteta

Match Stats:

Crystal Palace3 - 0Arsenal
31%Ball Possession69%
6Total Shots12
5Shots On Target3
1Shots Off Target8
0Blocked Shots1
3Shots Inside Box6
3Shots Outside Box6
0Corner Kicks2
0Yellow Cards2
0Red Cards0
3Goalkeeper Saves2
208 (71%)Accurate Passes557 (86%)

Match events


16' GOAL! Scored by Jean-Philippe Mateta (Crystal Palace)

24' GOAL! Scored by Jordan Ayew (Crystal Palace)

46' Substitution: Nuno Tavares for Gabriel Martinelli (Arsenal)

53' Yellow Card for Thomas Partey (Arsenal)

66' Substitution: Cédric Ricardo Alves Soares for Edward Nketiah (Arsenal)

69' Substitution: Jean-Philippe Mateta for James McArthur (Crystal Palace)

74' Substitution: Thomas Partey for A. Lokonga (Arsenal)

74' Penalty scored by Wilfried Zaha (Crystal Palace)

76' Substitution: Jordan Ayew for Odsonne Édouard (Crystal Palace)

77' Yellow Card for Granit Xhaka (Arsenal)

80' Substitution: Cheikhou Kouyaté for Luka Milivojević (Crystal Palace)

90' Match whistled off

Player Match Stats
Crystal Palace
Joachim Andersen8.390123380
Marc Guéhi7.390015451
Jordan Ayew7.3761216122
Wilfried Zaha7.3901325195
Jean-Philippe Mateta7.3693112131
Vicente Guaita7.290002600
Tyrick Mitchell7.290033651
Cheikhou Kouyaté6.980011851
Jeffrey Schlupp6.990012893
Luka Milivojević6.71001340
Nathaniel Clyne6.390002210
Conor Gallagher6.3900312121
James McArthur6.32100310
Odsonne Édouard6.31400520


Edward Nketiah7.22411861
Granit Xhaka790229491
Albert Sambi Lokonga716022230
Gabriel Martinelli6.945002352
Cédric Soares6.6660444122
Bukayo Saka6.5901429133
Emile Smith Rowe6.590105432
Ben White6.390009271
Gabriel Magalhães6.3901010890
Nuno Tavares6.345013341
Alexandre Lacazette6.390312271
Thomas Partey6.2740048101
Aaron Ramsdale5.990003200
Martin Ødegaard5.990213880

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Posted by7 months ago



2pm kick-off


Vicarage Road, Watford


Sky Sports. NBC or whatever abroad.

Team form


Team News

Kiko is back. Nkoulou should be back training soon. Gosling back into the 25-man squad after Fletch left for NY Red Bulls. Troost and Sarr are out.

Predicted Lineup





Official Lineup


One week we fall apart against an underwhelming Palace at home. The next we get a clean sheet and our first point at Old Trafford since 1985. It was an allright performance against the Devils. We gave them way too many chances but they had a bad day and didn't take them. A point where we didn't expect one. A couple more of those and we stand a chance.

Now we go against the Gunners who are on their way to a top 4 finish and in incredible form. Add to that our terrible home form and you have a recipe for disaster. I'm expecting something similar to Palace. Decent first half and then we collapse during the second half.

My hopes of King not making the starting XI and of seeing Kalou for the first time are still alive but deep down I know Roy will never change his starting lineup. One can hope.


Watford 1-3 Arsenal


Watford 2-3 Arsenal

Remember to not post streams here

If u/Powerjugs or any of the mods would pin this I would appreciate it. Cheers!

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Posted by1 year ago

Competition: Premier League | Date: October 18, 2021

Kick off: 20:00 (Europe/London) | Venue: Emirates Stadium

Referee: Mike Dean, England | FT: 90' Arsenal 2-2 Crystal Palace

Match Info:

Formation: 4-2-3-1

Starting XI: Aaron Ramsdale, Takehiro Tomiyasu, Ben White, Gabriel Magalhães, Kieran Tierney, Thomas Partey, Martin Ødegaard, Nicolas Pépé, Emile Smith Rowe, Bukayo Saka, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang

Substitutes: Bernd Leno, Rob Holding, Cédric Soares, Nuno Tavares, Albert Sambi Lokonga, Gabriel Martinelli, Mohamed Elneny, Ainsley Maitland-Niles, Alexandre Lacazette

Coach: Mikel Arteta

Crystal Palace

Formation: 4-2-3-1

Starting XI: Vicente Guaita, Joel Ward, Joachim Andersen, Marc Guéhi, Tyrick Mitchell, Luka Milivojević, James McArthur, Jordan Ayew, Conor Gallagher, Odsonne Édouard, Christian Benteke

Substitutes: Jack Butland, Martin Kelly, Cheikhou Kouyaté, James Tomkins, Nathaniel Clyne, Jeffrey Schlupp, Michael Olise, Will Hughes, Jean-Philippe Mateta

Coach: P. Vieira

Match Stats:

Arsenal2 - 2Crystal Palace
54%Ball Possession46%
17Total Shots9
6Shots On Target6
7Shots Off Target3
4Blocked Shots0
11Shots Inside Box3
6Shots Outside Box6
6Corner Kicks3
1Yellow Cards1
0Red Cards0
4Goalkeeper Saves4
472 (87%)Accurate Passes397 (84%)

Match events


8' GOAL! Scored by P. Aubameyang (Arsenal)

42' Yellow Card for B. Saka (Arsenal)

42' Yellow Card for J. McArthur (Crystal Palace)

46' Substitution: A. Lokonga for B. Saka (Arsenal)

50' GOAL! Scored by C. Benteke (Crystal Palace)

67' Substitution: A. Lacazette for M. Ødegaard (Arsenal)

67' Substitution: C. Kouyaté for L. Milivojević (Crystal Palace)

71' Substitution: M. Olise for J. Ayew (Crystal Palace)

73' GOAL! Scored by O. Édouard (Crystal Palace)

81' Substitution: Gabriel Martinelli for T. Partey (Arsenal)

82' Substitution: J. Tomkins for O. Édouard (Crystal Palace)

90' GOAL! Scored by A. Lacazette (Arsenal)

90' Match whistled off

Player Match Stats
Alexandre Lacazette7.629301152
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang7.396121571
Aaron Ramsdale6.996002000
Ben White6.796016420
Kieran Tierney6.796115630
Thomas Partey6.781244992
Gabriel Martinelli6.71510522
Gabriel Magalhães6.696118071
Takehiro Tomiyasu6.3960663201
Emile Smith Rowe6.396204584
Bukayo Saka6.345001410
Albert Sambi Lokonga6.351014430
Martin Ødegaard6.267003961
Nicolas Pépé6.2962138156


Crystal Palace
Christian Benteke7.7962022102
Odsonne Édouard7.2822226157
Luka Milivojević767034451
Jordan Ayew771122591
Vicente Guaita6.996003100
Marc Guéhi6.996107720
Tyrick Mitchell6.9960445100
Joachim Andersen6.796026840
Michael Olise6.72500510
James McArthur6.6960357112
Conor Gallagher6.6963427143
Cheikhou Kouyaté6.62900331
James Tomkins6.51401020
Joel Ward6.296014121

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