An Arsenal player, or a person vaguely related to Arsenal, has done something.
That person then posted a picture or a video on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram, and now it’s become a story even though that something they did is freely available to anyone who chooses to follow that person on their social media outlets.
The something in question may have been posted with a vague headline, such as: “What is this Arsenal player, or Arsenal related person, up to?”
Reports suggest that the something may have been a routine, every day occurrence, such as:
- Sitting beside a teammate at training
- Laughing during training
- Not laughing during training and looking quite serious
- Getting some treatment for an injury
- Doing a thumbs-up or a V for victory or any other more elaborate hand signal
However, it may also have been something less ordinary, such as:
- Posting a selfie with a dog and/or celebrity
- A picture of an event at which they received a corporate gift bag
- Another really boring thing that has no goddam relevance to anything
Reports suggest that as many as some of these Arsenal players, or Arsenal related people, will continue to do things throughout the week, and of course we’ll make sure you don’t miss a single one of them by posting them within minutes of them being posted by the Arsenal player or Arsenal related person who you can follow if you so choose thus making these articles redundant.