There's Bugger All Happening!!!

Morning Insiders, another fine day springs into life which is more than can be said for activity on the transfer market with Arsenal FC – I think the words “bugger all” come to mind.
While FTK takes a well deserved break sunning himself on a beach in Barbados I thought I would take a few lines to thank all our readers and contributors over the last season.
Arsenal insider has had a fantastic year with our readership increasing day by day and I thank each and everyone of you for your comments and time each day.
We have a lot of exciting developments coming your way over the summer break to make the site even bigger and better. We are also expanding the “Insider” brand right across all the Premiership clubs so it will be even easier to find out the latest clubs news.
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Now to a quick round-up of what’s in the papers today regarding the Arsenal.
The Sun – Theo wants to play for England. Wenger has no right to stop him
A PROUD father takes a call from his son, who is a young pro with a Football League club. “Dad,” he says excitedly. “You’ll never guess what? I’m starting against Leeds tomorrow. The gaffer just told me.”
The Daily Mirror – Nicklas Bendtner ready to sign new four-year deal with Arsenal
Nicklas Bendtner is poised to sign a new four-year deal at Arsenal. The 21-year-old striker joined Arsenal at 16. He has scored 24 goals in 90 firstteam appearances but has just one year left on his current deal.
The Independent – Arsenal: potential transfer list
With the Arsenal board reputed to be less than happy at finishing fourth, it looks like Arsene Wenger may change policy and start to buy experienced players in some key positions to give his team a little spine to add to their undoubted talent.
The Daily Telegraph – Tony Adams: Arsene Wenger has enemy on Arsenal board
Arsenal legend Tony Adams believes Arsene Wenger will continue to face a major struggle as he feels there is one board member who does not want him at the club.
The Guardian – Celtic bemused by Tony Adams’ claim that he will be new manager
Celtic will not be appointing Tony Adams as their new manager, according to a source at the club. The former Portsmouth manager had claimed on Talksport earlier today that he is in the running to replace Gordon Strachan if Wim Jansen, a former Celtic manager, is installed as technical director. The pair worked together at Feyenoord four years ago.
Vic will be here tomorrow, have a good one insiders….

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