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ARSENAL FANS LOVE KARMOURINHO
ARSENAL fans are relishing the news of Jose Mourinho's Manchester United sacking – labelling the Portuguese's dismissal as: "karma".
Gunners fans have stormed social media after the United chief was sacked this morning for the second time since branding Arsene Wenger a "specialist in failure".
GUNNERS IN PEP BATTLE
ARSENAL are locked in a fierce battle with their Premier League rivals for Lille ace Nicolas Pepe, according to reports.
Both Chelsea and Tottenham are ready to make their move for the Ligue One top scorer.
MESUT UP FOR THE PUP
MESUT OZIL and girlfriend Amine Gulse were celebrating a new addition to the family today.
The Arsenal star may be barking mad after being dropped by boss Unai Emery in recent weeks.
PAV'S NOT ONE FOR PREM
ARSENAL have been heavily linked with moving for Boca Juniors and Argentina star Cristian Pavon after earning a World Cup call-up.
While he has been a revelation in his homeland, South American football expert Tim Vickery believes his slight frame means he won't be able to handle the English game.
FANS SLAM TIE DATE CHANGE
ANGRY Arsenal have slated a "ridiculous" Wednesday 5pm kick-off at home to BATE in the Europa League – as Uefa stuck to strict rules to avoid clashing with Chelsea's tie.
The Gunners' last-32 second leg with the Belarusians must start early and on a different date to the Blues – causing a headache for supporters needing time off work.
UNAI EMERY says it is unlikely Arsenal will make any signings in January despite their defensive crisis.
Following a huge recruitment drive in summer, the Spaniard said the club are "not in a good situation" to make any more signings.
SAINTS WINNER WAS RIGHT MES
MESUT OZIL was slammed by Arsenal fans after his "awful" dummy led to Southampton scoring the winner on Sunday.
The score was locked at 2-2 when the German midfielder was put on the pitch to replace Alex Iwobi in the 70th minute.
HEC OF A BLOW
HECTOR BELLERIN is set for weeks on the sidelines after going off at half time against Southampton.
Gunners boss Unai Emery revealed the full extent of the right-back's calf injury in his press conference ahead of Arsenal's game against Tottenham.
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