Arsenal Singapore Newsletter, 3 May 2021


Greetings Singapore Gooners,

A 2-0 win against Newcastle in the EPL to start this new week. What was Arsenal playing for at this stage of the EPL? Glory, reputation or to quickly end one of the worst seasons for the club. For me, I think Arsenal is playing for the fans. Nothing to play for but it was good to win for us fans.

It’s quite clear, after Arsene left, not one has been able to fill his shoes. The consequences were huge. Anyone wanted Arsene to leave the last time?? #Lol

Many of you missed the session with Arsenal Legend, Emmanuel Petit, last Saturday. He was very honest and candid with his perspective on Arsenal. He was not comfortable with what’s happening in Arsenal at the moment. It was also pretty clear that Viera is still his BFF. We now know that at the age of 51, his long mane remains healthy and well kept. His secret: Wash his hair twice a week. Hmmm, not in Singapore’s weather mate!

We also launched our new membership card for the 2021/2022 season. It’s a non-EZ link enabled card. It’s the historical end-of-an era (Highbury ≠ Covid), Red-currant card. Watch a very short video in our social media to see the card. The club is giving a special Covid discount to all members to renew their membership at $20 only instead of $30. Renewal starts from 1 May 2021 until 31 October 2021. The link to renew:

In addition, we have partnered with Weston Corp for the coming season for members to obtain discounted Arsenal merchandise. More details will be shared once we have received confirmation on the terms and conditions.

This week, Arsenal hosts Villarreal on Friday, 7 May 2021 at 3 am for the second leg of the Europa League semi-final. It’ll be a massive game for Arsenal, the only route left for European competition next season. And then, on early Monday morning, 10 May 2021 at 2 am, Arsenal hosts West Brom for the EPL.

By the way the Gooner that was charged for threatening an EPL player is not our member.
More news in time to come. COYG!!

Victoria Concordia Crescit, 

Arsenal Singapore