Day 4 on the USA Tour was matchday, with Everton our adversaries at the M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore. Frimmy was at the pitch during the game in front of an 40,000-strong crowd – the majority of which were there to support Mikel Arteta’s Gunners.
In the latest update Frimmy brings us right into the action, covering every reaction of our enthusiastic American fans.
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After saying goodbye to Baltimore after our 2-0 win against Arsenal the team are currently in Orlando to prepare for their Florida Cup Series matches against Orlando City and Chelsea.
Again, our guy in the air Frimmy left however, having some time to Matt Turner and Granit Xhaka to discuss everything holiday related.
Alongside telling us what’s coming up for the team’s stay on The Sunshine State, Frimmy was equally thrilled to wear the brand new adidas away kit which you are able to now get it now!!
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The trio of Brazilians talked about their tour thus far and also played Frimmy’s Five Second-Rule game also.
The team then headed for the training fields to continue their training in the beautiful Maryland weather. They then stepped up preparations for the first tour game in the match against Everton in the afternoon on Saturday.
As the team was working, Frimmy took the time to visit the region, and also talk about the area with Tiffany from the Arsenal America supporters club, in regards to watching the Gunners from far away.
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Following a season which saw him named the Young Player of Ligue 1’s League of The Year in the year 2000, William Saliba is aiming to make it even more impressive in 2022/23.
The defender bonded with his Gunners team-mates earlier in the week, before quickly being taken away for a tour of the USA He is hopeful that the next few weeks will enable him to showcase Mikel Arteta the form that has impressed numerous people during his loan spell at Marseille in the last time.
In a statement from Baltimore in the city in the city where the team is preparing for Saturday’s match against Everton the 21-year-old was reflecting on the last twelve months, stating: “I had a good season last year. We came second in the league and I had some great moments and also learned many things and I’m hoping the next season will be more successful than last season.
“I am extremely happy to be awarded the Young Player of the Year award] since the league is full of talented young players which is good for me, but I’d like more.”
Saliba hopes to get some action in his time Stateside and says he kept himself up-to date with all of his parent team’s matches while back in the United States to help him make his mark within the Premier League, as well as show appreciation to our fans who followed his progress from the distance.
“When I was on loan, I viewed every single game of Arsenal because while I was there were players who were not. I watched games to observe how they played and, when I came returning, it would be more enjoyable to play alongside players I’d never met before.
“It’s essential that the supporters are there for you. I love this very much. I’m excited to show them my appreciation.”
“We talked a bit on Monday and will talk more often,” Saliba said. “My goal is to work hard and fight together with my team to be as successful as I can and then grow.
“It is great to be back and start the pre-season. It’s vital to be with the fans and my teammates. I’m hoping that we will have excellent training and games, that are important prior to the start of the season.”
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