Arsenal should defend freedom of speech – at whatever cost

So where does it end? What if Kevin De Bruyne had criticised the alleged violence and deportation of migrant workers in Abu Dhabi? What if Virgil van Dijk had said he boycotted Amazon because of its tax avoidance or that he was uncomfortable with the Club World Cup being played in Qatar because of human rights concerns? What, indeed, if Hector Bellerin had said he had worries over the political regime in Rwanda rather than tweeting out “F—Boris#GoVote” on the day of last week’s general election?