On Monday, Arsenal kickstart their FA Cup campaign against Oxford United.
Arsenal will begin their quest for the FA Cup tomorrow, a competition which holds lots of significance towards the Gunners’ history, winning the Cup a record 14 times.
Arsenal will look to get back to winning ways after an incredibly frustrating outing which saw Arsenal draw 0-0 with Newcastle United to mark the beginning of Arsenal’s 2023.
The Gunners will hope to have a far more successful campaign in the FA Cup this time round relative to last season; where they were defeated 1-0 at the City Ground by Nottingham Forest in disastrous fashion.
#AFC | Viewers will see more of a heated version of Mikel Arteta in the next episodes of All or Nothing.
Including the aftermath of a shock FA Cup exit at Nottingham Forest and the explosive dressing room team talk that followed.
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Mikel Arteta’s men will step out in an all-white strip, much like last season, as Arsenal and adidas continue to support the No More Red campaign, in solidarity against knife crime and violence against youth.