Why Arsenal MUST rest Sanchez…..

It is headlines like these that should make Arsenal fans worry. by Jansen

Arsenal confident that star man Alexis Sanchez can shake off hamstring injury ahead of weekend trip to Norwich

Wenger’s injury update – Walcott recovery only just started

AUDIOPOST – Arsenal face Norwich on Sunday and Arsene Wenger has given a full injury update of his opinion on which players will be ready for the game. He seems pretty certain that Oxlade-Chamberlain will be in the squad, but he says that Theo Walcott only started running on Tuesday so he is only at the first stage of his recovery and will be nowhere near ready to face the Canaries.

Wenger on why Arsenal star can make it Perfect 10

Arsene Wenger has been talking about his two main men of the moment in the build up to Arsenal’s trip to face Norwich City in the Premier League this weekend, and while there are some doubts about whether our Chilean forward Alexis Sanchez will be fit enough to play, after what the boss described as a ‘hamstring alert’ there is no doubt about who will be pulling the strings for Arsenal in the middle.

Usual Question – Should Arsenal rest Alexis’ hamstring against Norwich?

We have all seen how Alexis Sanchez can look totally knackered at the end of a game, and then three days later yet again run around like he has had a month’s rest in the Caribean, and it has not escaped Arsene Wenger’s attention either. “When he does something he does it 100 per cent,” Le Prof said.

Arsenal star can prove media (and Wenger) wrong

Of course Arsene Wenger will point out that it was him that signed the French midfielder Mathieu Flamini for Arsenal in the first place, back when he was a promising 20-year old just breaking through into the Marseille first team. And I’m sure that the prof will say that he was also in charge when we took Flamini back a couple of years ago and kept him at the club this summer.