Friday, April 12, 2024

Further fixture dates and broadcast details revealed

As reported earlier this week, Arsenal’s trip to Man City will kick off at 8pm on Wednesday June 17th, broadcast live on Sky Sports.

Now, we have provisional details – yet to be officially confirmed – for some of the remainder of our Premier League fixtures.

The details are as follows.
<h4″>Brighton v Arsenal

Saturday, June 20
KO: 3pm – BT Sport

Southampton v Arsenal

Tuesday, June 23
6pm – Sky Sports

Arsenal v Norwich

Thursday, July 2
6pm – BT Sport

There is also the FA Cup quarter-final against Sheffield United which is scheduled to take place on June 27th, with a kick-off time of 5pm.

The games will be coming thick and fast, and the five subs rule which was confirmed today will enable clubs to cope physically with so many games in such a short space of time after months without playing.

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Timorous Me

It’s nice to have football returning because it means I can feel things again that I haven’t felt in a while–namely indignation over the fact that our first week back is easily the most arduous, with three games in seven days (none of the other teams playing that first day back also have to play Saturday or the next Tuesday–City, in fact, don’t play their second game until Monday). Looks like there will have to be a lot of rotating and subbing guys in and out those first couple weeks.

Naked Cygan

Chelsea got Ziyech from Ajax, a player we should have bought according to Marc Overmars. Now they might get Werner, and both for the sum of 85 million. Why cant we pull these kind of deals? This is what keeps us apart from the top 4. Spending silly money on Cedric, Luiz, Pepe, and many other injury prone players. We have to keep Abu, and get Stan to splash his cash. WE HAVE TO KEEP UP WITH OUR RIVALS IN THE TRANSFER MARKET!!!!


Can’t believe 5hrybhot the Ajax lad so cheap, he looks good from the little I seen . Hope he stinks tho

Eternal Titi Berg Pat Nostalgia

Ziyech is same kind of buy as Pepe. These are players you take a chance on. They are good at one or two things that stare in your eyes and you hope they develop in other areas.

Naked Cygan

Haha, same kind. Ziyech was in the Ajax team that almost made to the Champions league final. What did Pepe do? Score a bunch of goals in the French league? Not the same…


Well we need to trade our KSE for a Roman and all your wishes might come true…


a player we should have bought according to Marc Overmars.”

Yes, he said it last season. But nobody came to buy this genius though…

Mathew Lionnet

May seem a silly question, but why if there are no fans, are they still playing in massive stadiums?? Surely they could just as easily play i a small ground and have less admin and cost? Am I missing something?


Tagging on Brighton (<h4″>Brighton v Arsenal) not working like you want it to:

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For a team that struggles to win away matches, it doesn’t look good except a very dramatic and miraculous change in fortune occurs. Very low expectation for the season for me, but I have confidence in Arteta and what he is trying to do.
Let’s finish as high as we can in this rebuilding project


Since we have so many away fixtures, I think it may be a positive that we’re playing in empty stadiums. I fancy our chances to pickup points in these fixtures as higher now than before.


Really hope you’re right bruv

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