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Clearly The gulf between fans and owner somehow managed to grow even wider at St James’ Park this summer
To make matters worse, they then sold Ayoze Perez to Leicester and allowed Salomon Rondon to head back to West Brom before diverting to China.
That left an already goalshy Newcastle dreadfully short of firepower, and the appointment of Steve Bruce did very little to win the fans back over.
That being said, Ashley has since opened the chequebook to sign striker Joelinton for a club record fee
and right winger Allan Saint-Maximin, not to mention the deadline day signing of old favourite Andy Carroll.
Rondon and Perez have left big shoes to fill, and a lot of pressure will be on the likes of Joelinton
and Miguel Almiron considering the rest of the squad’s seeming inability to find the net.
Of the surviving teams, only Brighton scored fewer goals than Newcastle last season, and more than half of them came from Perez or Rondon.
However, getting on the scoresheet shouldn’t be too much of an obstacle against Arsenal.
The Gunners, for all their significant attacking flair and threat, have proven to be terrible at the back.
They kept just a single league clean sheet away from home last season, and now even Laurent Koscielny has left the club.
Unai Emery has replaced the departed Koscielny with a surprise move for David Luiz from Chelsea
but their back line is still undoubtedly the weak link in an otherwise very strong squad.
Their attack in particular catches the eye, with the dynamic duo of Alexandre Lacazette
and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang being joined by Nicolas Pepe this summer.
It’s Aubameyang who we’re focusing on though. He shared the Golden Boot with Mo Salah and Sadio Mane last season
and scored 9 of his Premier League goals away from home, averaging a goal every 146 minutes on the road
And with the universally disliked Mike Ashley once again inviting a torrent of protests after seemingly letting Rafa Benitez leave the club