10 accounts that must be followed by Arsenal fans, and no Piers Morgan does not feature.
@Arseblog 155,895 followers.
Quite a substantial following which has news and views. It covers opinions, sometimes in an off-beat tone, about the club and from around the rest of the media.
@JackWilshere 678,652 followers.
Some would regard Wilshere as Arsenal's poster boy, and he always has something to say about the game of football, be that his own club or not. You may have noticed that in the past couple of days or so!
@Arsenalpodcast 18,619 followers.
Pretty much what it says on the tin. It's a podcast that has a few people talking about what's going on at Arsenal
@IanWright0 688,023 followers
The former striker has a lot to say about the game, and is often heard in the media talking about Arsenal, so it is always worth keeping an eye on his Twitter feed to see what he is saying.
@LeeDixon2 255,065 followers
Another ex-Arsenal player in the media. Probably talks a little less specifically about the club than Wright because of his commitments to ITV, and Match of the Day before that. Nevertheless he does offer some decent insight when he does Tweet.
@YouAreMyArsenal 51,520 followers
A website from the other side of the Atlantic about the Gunners which talks about tactics, players and offers reviews and previews of games, along with the goings on at the club
@yellowbootson 17,776 followers
More familiarly known as The Tuesday club, the twitter account for a podcast where the more famous supporters of Arsenal discuss the club and football in general.
@LadyArse 40,171 followers
It is a very impressive looking website that accompanies this Twitter account that is devoted the gunners. Up to date news and gossip, and as you might expect coverage of the very successful ladies team.
@gunnerblog 66,121 followers
A blog that has been going since 2004 and offers in depth opinion on several situations around the club whether that be players, the opinion on match or tactics.
@AST_arsenal 8,022 followers
Arsenal Supporters Trust which seeks to explore more prospects of supporter representation at the club - and possibly ownership. The trust actively seeks dialogue with the club's hierachy and scrutinises the club closely.