Arsene Wenger today revealed that every single member of his first-team squad is available for the upcoming league fixture, which is a first for the campaign.
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Santi Cazorla have been back in full training for this week, meaning there are no longer any players forced to sit on the sidelines, and the pair will be eager to get back into the first-team, especially with the European Championships coming up this summer. .......Read the full article here
The brilliant Arsenal midfielder Santi Cazorla was sorely missed when he got injured way back in November, and his absence coincided with the Gunners drastic dip in form. It was widely publcised that the little Spanish wizard would return for the second leg of the Champions League tie against Barcelona, but he is still not ready to join the first team. .......Read the full article here
Jack Wilshere was expected to be available to make his first Premier League appearance of the season for Arsenal on Thursday, but he will have to wait. The Enland midfielder has been ruled out of action since pre-season, and hasn’t featured in the Premier League since May of last year. .......Read the full article here
Jack Wilshere featured for Arsenal’s Under-21 side tonight against West Bromwich Albion, and gave his coaches a fright before being allowed to see the match out.
The England international was making his third appearance since recovering from a leg injury which has prevented him from playing a second of Premier League football this season. .......Read the full article here
So the Arsenal boss gave another of his many positive injury predictions before the current international break, and I seem to recall the Frenchman saying that at least two of the first team players currently on the Arsenal injury list would be back in action after the break and I am pretty sure the word definitely was used. .......Read the full article here
Arsenal fans are more than used to seeing our injured stars taking ten times longer to recover than their predicted return dates, especially with Jack Wilshere who has been projected to return every month since Christmas, but the Gunners were certainly expecting our injury list to be reduced after this international break. Arsene Wenger clearly stated before the Everton match: “The players who will definitely be back from injury [after the international break] will be Ramsey, Cech and maybe Flamini.” .......Read the full article here
The good news for Arsenal and our injury hit midfield star Jack Wilshere is that the England national coach seems to be a massive fan of the 24-year old. Roy Hodgson has always tried to find a place in his squad and the starting line up for Wilshere no matter what fitness concerns there might be and has apparently already let it be known that Wilshere will be going to Euro 2016 this summer even if he has not played much for Arsenal between now and the end of the season. .......Read the full article here
Arsenal are claimed to have told the Evening Standard’s James Olley that Jack Wilshere has not suffered an injury setback.
The England international has not featured in the Premier League since May of last year, after suffering a broken leg last summer, before suffering a number of set-backs. .......Read the full article here