Did Arsenal’s season really end with Cazorla’s injury? By SK
Santi Cazorla is a midfield maestro! He is strong, fast and a bundle of skill. For several seasons, he has been pulling the strings at the heart of Arsenal’s midfield, assisting our strikers to score, while also contributing with goals himself. However, this season, his impact has not been felt because of ongoing issues with injuries. .......Read the full article here
Alexis Sanchez has declared himself fit to play for Chile over the international break despite Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger claiming otherwise.
The Gunners forward had to be substituted against West Bromwich Albion at the weekend, which was followed by comments by the Arsenal manager which described as a ‘terrible state’, with the belief that he had damaged his ankle ligaments. .......Read the full article here
There is a large section of the Arsenal fanbase that feels as though Arsene Wenger has too much power and control at the club, whether it be the way that he makes all the decisions about which players to buy and how much of the club’s vast financial resources to spend right down to the fact that it seems to be up to the Frenchman whether he stays on as manager or not. .......Read the full article here
Arsene Wenger has revealed the latest on the fitness of Arsenal’s first team squad members, and is expecting to have a near-full list available for selection.
There are doubts over Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, who had to be taken off against Lincoln last weekend with a hamstring injury, as well as Kieran Gibbs. .......Read the full article here
It is not funny anymore is it Arsenal fans? It never was to be fair, but the annual mountain of injury and fitness problems affecting the Gunners and effectively ending any slim hopes we entertained about this being our season has come to a head once again with the news that Santi Cazorla is out for the season. .......Read the full article here
If Arsenal had not slipped up so many times to allow the current Premier League leaders to open up such a big, and frankly unbridgeable, gap at the top of the table then we Arsenal fans would have been hoping for the boost that our team would get when the injury hit Spanish midfield star Santi Cazorla was fit to play again. .......Read the full article here
Laurent Koscielny’s Arsenal career is a story of certain ‘rags to riches’ case. He came in as a young unknown defender, whom many criticised for his lack of experience. But after seven years with the club he is now recognised as one of the very best defenders not just in England, but in European football. .......Read the full article here
Arsenal’s Mohamed Elneny has fallen foul of injury whilst on international duty with Egypt this week.
The midfielder was due to play in tonight’s crunch quarter-final match against Morocco this evening, but was ruled out with a calf injury. .......Read the full article here