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Arsenal "accidentally" posted the promotional video for their new 2019-20 home kit on Thursday night, several days ahead of the scheduled Monday launch.
While the likelihood that the promo was published by accident is debatable (Wright did something very similar with an image of the kits on Snapchat a few weeks back), all is forgiven because we got the enjoy it a few days earlier.
Here are some thing we learned from watching the promo:
Man United woes summed up in 6 words by young fan
Interviewed on television by ITV News, this "future football star" was asked who his favourite team are. Manchester United came the reply.
He was then asked who his favourite United player is, and the response was nothing short of perfect.
Given the state of the current squad, you'd be hard pressed to disagree.
England goes wild after Women's World Cup win
England went galloping into the semifinals of the 2019 Women's World Cup with a 3-0 victory over Norway in the quarters on Thursday evening.
Jill Scott, Ellen White and Lucy Bronze scored the goals that propelled the Lionesses through to the final four and sparked celebrations both inside the Stade Oceane and further afield.
First couple of American soccer have second baby
Sydney Leroux and Dom Dwyer welcomed a second child to the world on Friday morning, with the two American soccer stars posting separate notes on social media with pictures of newborn Roux James Dwyer, the younger sister of their son Cassius.
Roux James 💕 our sweet girl came into the world kicking and screaming (just like her parents) at 3:42 am. Welcome to the world baby girl. pic.twitter.com/DnxuxNt8Ql— Sydney Leroux Dwyer (@sydneyleroux) June 28, 2019
This is my chance, to share my world with you.... and I know you're gonna like it 🌎— Dom Dwyer (@Ddwyer14) June 28, 2019
"Roux James Dwyer" ❤️ pic.twitter.com/lVLEGNeS77
Former U.S. women's star Leroux, who was on the Americans' 2015 World Cup winning team, said their new little girl came into the world kicking and screaming, while Orlando striker Dwyer was just happy to share their new bundle of joy with friends, family and fans.
Luckily for the growing family, little Rae James showed up just in time to watch mom's former teammates on the U.S. women's team take on France in the quarterfinals of the World Cup in Paris.