Arsene Wenger has revealed that he took a risk fielding Laurent Koscielny for Arsenal against Leicester City after he picked up a knock on Friday.
The defender was rushed back into action for the match away at last season’s Premier League champions, after Rob Holding and Calum Chambers were unable to stop rivals Liverpool from putting four past them the weekend before. .......Read the full article here
Arsene Wenger has revealed that Danny Welbeck is now expected to return early from his knee injury, but could that turn out to be bad news for the fans?
The Frenchman has been actively looking for a new striker to add to the squad, with the England international expected to miss much of the campaign, and with Theo Walcott having disappointed in the role during the previous season. .......Read the full article here
As I’m sure you are aware our Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey has been ruled out for an expected month long period, with a hamstring injury he sustained in the opening fixture of the new premier league season. .......Read the full article here
As if it was not bad enough that Arsenal lost our first game of the Premier League season yet again, and just like in our opening day defeat to West Ham last season it was a home game, we did so after dominating the first half and taking the lead against a lacklustre Liverpool side. .......Read the full article here
Arsenal have always been a team that has struggled with injures, especially under the helm of Arsene Wenger. Some will blame it on his tactics and style of play, as he likes to pass and move quite quickly, leaving players prone to late challenges. Others will claim that our medical staff do not always get the right diagnosis on first instance and don’t put the best recovery plan in place, but as someone who is not trained medical profession, who are they to suggest that! .......Read the full article here
You could not make it up, but for Arsenal fans who have become used to the terrible bad luck of the club on the injury side of things, it was somehow typical that we were hit by another blow. The fact that it was Gabriel, when the defence was already so thinly spread after Mertesacker’s knee surgery and Koscielny’s late return from Euro 2016, just rubbed salt into the wound. .......Read the full article here
This is a bit of good news for Arsenal Football Club and Arsene Wenger, but the one man who is surely the happiest with it is the player himself, as Jack Wilshere is fast catching up with the former Gunner Abou Diaby for the title of the unluckiest man in football. .......Read the full article here
If there was any chance of the Arsenal and England international midfield star Jack Wilshere shaking off his latest injury problem in time to help the Gunners in the first game of our Premier League campaign then I am sure that Arsene Wenger would have had him in the squad that has gone to Scandinavia for the final two games of pre-season. .......Read the full article here