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Arsenal Fans ARE allowed to change their mind

Why it’s Ok to change your opinions by KJ

Twitter today has been rife with criticisms of those who’ve changed their opinions on certain Arsenal players, as they’ve become better players. Is it right to have a go at those who change their opinions? Absolutely not! Football as a sport is built upon the rivalry amongst fans (whether they are from different clubs or from the same club). It’s what makes the sport so interesting and so popular. As a result, people will have different opinions to each other.

Gervinho shows his lack of class to Arsenal fans

The Ivorian striker has broken any lingering ties he had with Arsenal Football Club, by stupidly stating that he wants Napoli to beat the Gunners in the Champions League this season. The striker is doing pretty well in Italy since his summer transfer to Roma, but there was absolutely no need for him to wish a defeat on his former club.

How many chances did Gervinho expect at Arsenal?

I was absolutely stunned today to read that Arsene Wenger and Arsenal have come in for criticism from the departed Ivorian international striker Gervinho. The 26-year old was allowed to leave for Italy and the Serie A side Roma this summer, when Wenger admitted that his confidence was not likely to return at the Emirates.

Should Arsenal pull out all the stops to sign Di Maria?

Arsenal signing Di Maria could be very important indeed by KJ

According to David Ornstein from the BBC, we are very interested in Real Madrid’s Benzema and Di Maria. As we all know, Ornstein is very well connected at Arsenal and rarely reports something unless he is certain the club are heavily interested in the player. This means that there must be some truth to the links and I wanted to explore why signing Di Maria would be a good idea for Arsenal.

Why would Arsenal even consider selling Podolski?

Podolski wanted by 4 clubs by AT

According to the German newspaper Bild, the Arsenal forward Lukas Podolski is the subject of keen interest for four top European clubs – Tottenham Hotspur, Galatasaray, Wolfsburg and most notably, Schalke.