Arsenal fans were handed some great news by Arsene Wenger yesterday, as he revealed the latest injury news on the Arsenal website and the best part of that was that our French midfield warrior Francis Coquelin is available to play again after being in full training for a couple of weeks.
According to the Evening Standard the manager is set to put him straight back into the first team for the FA cup clash with Burnley tomorrow but the Arsenal fans also expected this cup match to mark the Arsenal debut of our January signing Mohamed Elneny, so will the boss start the two of them together in the centre?
I don’t see why not to be honest, because although the Egyptian can play the holding role he is a bit more of an all rounder and so could well take the place of Aaron Ramsey. Those two would give us great energy and work rate in midfield and if Wenger wants to bring the just back Coquelin off before the end he has a ready made replacement on the pitch in Elneny, increasing his options to change things around.
Do you think Elneny and Le Coq should both start as the Gunners aim to take another step towards FA cup history?