- Former Arsenal assistant manager Theo Foley died on June 26.
- The Gunners paid tribute to the ex-coach through an obituary on the website.
- The players will now put black bands on their arms in the Wednesday clash against the Canaries.
- Arsenal wanted to remember the Irishman at home ground so they did not mourn him in the Sheffield United clash.
The Gunners will wear black armbands on Wednesday in remembrance of Theo Foley, who was George Graham's assistant at Arsenal between 1986 and 1990, reports Goal.com correspondent Charles Watts.
Arsenal take on Norwich at the Emirates on Wednesday. The game kicks off at 10 PM (UK time).
As per Watts, the club decided against putting on the armbands at Bramall Lane on Sunday (in the FA Cup quarter-final tie against Sheffield United) as they wanted to pay a tribute to the Irishman at the Emirates.
With Foley second in command behind Graham, the Gunners secured a First DIvision title in the 1988/89 campaign, and one-time League Centenary Trophy.