Crafted under Arsene Wenger’s watchful eye, there’s little doubt Arsenal, in the modern era, represent one of the most progressive European clubs around.
Say what you will about the Le Prof, he’s taken the Gunners to new heights both on and off the field across his two decades in charge of the north London giants despite the fact the trophy cabinet has remained relatively empty during the latter part of his reign.
One of the most cosmopolitan clubs in the world in perhaps the best city in the world, Arsenal are truly a super club.
Still, they’ve recently trailed out a rather innovative way of engaging with their sizeable fan base online.
Now, they’ve opted to use a Twitter poll function when asking who their followers think should be brought on as a substitute.
We've got a few subs warming up on the side of the pitch – who would you like to see introduced first?#LUDvAFC
— Arsenal FC (@Arsenal) November 1, 2016
Now, with football fans all around the world perhaps the most vocal and ferocious in any sport, it’ll be interesting to see how the reasonably bland club media teams deal with such a beast.
In this instance, nothing too radical has been voted for, with Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain the most seasoned veteran of the options available.