David Ornstein is the king of Arsenal Twitter again, according to these memes
Ornstein broke the news of the new Gunners manager, and the memes did flow.
Football fans love anybody who produces reliable scoops and information on their club, and that’s why Arsenal fans can’t get enough of David Ornstein.
The BBC journalist is regularly the first person on the scene when it comes to Gunners news, having broken the story that Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang was to join in January.
And with Arsenal getting ready to appoint a new manager ahead of the 2018 World Cup, Ornstein once again came through with shock news that former Paris St-Germain boss Unai Emery is about to take charge.
BREAKING: Arsenal to appoint Unai Emery as new manager. Thorough process produced 46yo Spaniard as unanimous choice. Available after leaving #PSG (1 Lg1 title, 4 cups), previously Sevilla (3 EL wins), not fluent English. Announcement + press conference likely later this week #AFC— David Ornstein (@bbcsport_david) May 21, 2018
And while not everybody was happy about Emery’s apparent appointment, there could be no doubting that Ornstein had once again come up with the goods.
This one apparently took about two hours to complete.
Others used the memes to joke about Ornstein beating others to the news, with Daily Mirror football writer John Cross coming in for the meme treatment, as well as Sky Sports.
ORNSTIENNNN pic.twitter.com/vYCurbUOVF— Azaz (@azaz_hye) May 21, 2018
Meanwhile, the royal wedding made for some prime Ornstein material, with the journalist appearing as both Prince Charles and Meghan Markle.
ORNNNSTEIN TWEETING ON HIS HONEYMOON— Humzah Jogee⚪ (@Humzahjogee) May 21, 2018
WHAT A MAN!! pic.twitter.com/AD8um9FhdL
With Arsene Wenger having left the club, fans can at least thank their lucky stars they still have Ornstein.
Merci, Ornstein. Merci.