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Kevin Campbell has told the Highbury Squad that Emile Smith Rowe, Bukaya Saka, Gabriel Martinelli and Kieran Tierney might just ‘save’ Arsenal during their All or Nothing Amazon documentary.

Arsenal announced on Friday that they will take part in the highly-acclaimed Amazon documentary, which will follow their every step for the forthcoming campaign.

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It has sparked a mixed reaction from Arsenal supporters because the club aren’t exactly flying high after last season’s shambolic performances.

But Highbury legend, Campbell, thinks Arsenal’s ‘young’ and ‘vibrant’ players, Smith Rowe, Saka, Martinelli and Tierney might just shine some positive light on the club.

“They might be the ones who save us in the media,” said Campbell. “They are relatable. They have come through the ranks. They are young, vibrant and they will have all the banter.

“We will watch it for a different reason. The youngsters want to be cool. The youngsters want to see young people doing this stuff, so they might be the ones who attract more eyeballs.”

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It was Arsenal’s youngsters who were shining bright during their abject campaign last season, not the senior stars.

And it wouldn’t be a surprise if the same scenarios occur during the forthcoming campaign.

It’s going to be interesting to see how this documentary is going to be portrayed.

Will Arsenal just let it all out and showcase every bit of what is happening, or is this a PR move and will they only show the fans what they want them to see?

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