Nicolas Pepe opens up on Arsenal’s All or Nothing documentary as future looks bright at Hale End

Here is your Arsenal morning digest on Monday, September 6.

Nicolas Pepe on Amazon

Arsenal attacking Nicolas Pepe has opened up on having the Amazon cameras follow the club’s every move as they record a new series of the All or Nothing documentary.

Pepe has claimed that he should be the star of the show because of the “unusual” stories he has to tell about his life and journey as he grew up and became of the world’s most expensive football players.

The Amazon documentary follows on from similar shows following Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester City, documenting the course of a season at a club behind the scenes.

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Academy watch

The first team may not have got the season off to a flying start with three straight Premier League defeats but the future is bright at academy level.

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Recent graduates from the Hale End academy including England internationals Bukayo Saka and Ainsley Maitland-Niles and Under-21 star Emile Smith Rowe.



BROMLEY, ENGLAND - JULY 27: Charlie Patino of Arsenal during the pre season friendly between Bromley and Arsenal U23 on July 27, 2021 in Bromley, England. (Photo by David Price/Arsenal FC via Getty Images)
Arsenal’s Charlie Patino in the under 23s pre-season

It is not just at the Emirates Stadium where Hale End graduates go onto make a career for themselves at first-team level with the likes of Joe Willock at Newcastle United and Brentford’s Josh Dasilva also competing at Premier League level.

Plenty more youngsters are attempting to follow in the footsteps of the Arsenal first-team players and football.london has picked out four who are close to making a breakthrough at senior level.

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Hint for Gunners team vs Norwich

According to reports, Aaron Ramsdale has told friends that he is set to replace Bernd Leno in the Arsenal goal for the upcoming Premier League clash against Norwich City.

The Sun claim that the former Sheffield United goalkeeper Ramsdale believes he is going to be handed a place in the starting XI by Mikel Arteta for the visit of the Canaries after Leno’s poor start to the season.

The German has conceded nine goals in three matches during Arsenal’s dismal start to the Premier League campaign while Ramsdale’s one Gunners appearance saw him keep a clean sheet in the 6-0 Carabao Cup victory over West Brom.

Source by Football London

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