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Chambers Signs... Emirates Cup Preparation... etc.
Chambers Signs On...
Young defender Calum Chambers signed for The Arsenal this week in a deal thought to be worth around £12m.
The versatile youngster left Southampton to provide cover for Mathieu Debuchy, the probably outgoing Tomas Vermaelen as well as various other positions including Vic Akers, the Ken Friar bridge and those guys who walk around the concourse on match days selling tiny, warm bottles of Fosters for £9. The latest buy of Arsene Wenger's summer splurge means that sadly there may be no room for hardcore Gooner Carl Jenkinson, who it's thought could move to join West Ham on loan this week...
Calum Chambers along with Mathieu Debuchy have both travelled to our Austrian training camp as we prepare for this weekends Emirates Cup exploits.
Back To It...
Most players are now back in training in Austria including new keeper David Ospina while new signing Alexis Sanchez has remained in the UK over visa problems.
The German contingent continue their well earned break after winning the FA Cup and the less coveted World Cup in the space of a few weeks. New fitness coach Shad Forstythe has also begun his Arsenal journey, and a spokesman said it was 'nice to see him, to see him nice' and that their Austrian poached partridge was 'good game, good game...'
Indian Premier League...
Following in the spikesteps on it's cricketing counterparts, the Indian Premier football league is all set to take the footballing world by storm (please note, it may not). Freddie Ljungberg and Robert Pires are the latest ex-pro's to sign up for India's Premier footballing league... details are sketchy as you can tell.
Pretty sure you knew all that already, only 3 days til the Emirates Cup and our first proper summer sighting on these shores on Akers knees/shorts. Can't wait!
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