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Arsenal Football Club have issued a statement saying players will be ‘reminded of their responsibilities’ after a number of the squad were allegedly pictured inhaling nitrous oxide, or ‘hippy crack’, in a central London nightclub.

Islington Gazette Arsenal reporter Layth Yousif is addicted to the club – and can’t wait for the start of the 2018-19 Premier League under new head coach Unai Emery. Read on for his special eve of season feature piece, also found in our special North London Kick-Off newspaper supplement this week.

The Bostik North club, fresh from agreeing a player development partnership deal with Arsenal in October, have confirmed another big link

The Blues agreed a player development partnership with the Gunners recently and the link has been a big success already

Around 150 children from 15 different Barking & Dagenham Primary Schools took part in enjoyable occasion at Mayesbrook Park

Oraldo Kola’s hat-trick was not enough to prevent Riviera from crashing out of the Albert Daniels Cup on penalties against Highfield.

Mile End’s dramatic late comeback clinched a share of the spoils as they recovered a three-goal deficit to draw 4-4 with FC Krystal in the Hackney & Leyton League Premier Division.

Martin Davies netted four times as Hackney Wednesday hammered Bow Badgers 7-3 to progress in the Dickie Davies Cup.

Oleg Yurkevyah and Constantin Tronciu both netted hat-tricks for Niva FC as they thrashed Wounded Knee 8-0 in the Hackney & Leyton League Premier Division.

Goals from Sebastian Martinez and Ibrahima Sanchez earned London United a 2-0 victory over Shakespeare in their Hackney & Leyton Premier Division clash.

Nze Onyekwelu and Temi Tope netted four goals apiece as FC Bartlett served notice of their Hackney & Leyton League Premier Division ambitions by beating El Valiente 9-2.

Charlie Heatley hit a hat-trick as Mile End began the defence of their Hackney & Leyton League title with a 5-1 win over last year’s Division One champions El Valiente.

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