I think we have to assume that the France and Arsenal defender Laurent Koscielny and our England forward Danny Welbeck will not be available for either of the next two games, joining Cazorla, Chambers and Mustafi in the treatment room.
Tony Cascarino has claimed that Arsenal are soft from the core out, claiming that big decisions are palmed off.
The Gunners have come under strong criticism following their loss to Watford this weekend, and the latest comments move to claim that the club is ‘soft’, citing the board’s decision to shy away from the big decision on Arsene Wenger as breeding for that frail mentality.
Alan Shearer has claimed that Alexis Sanchez, Mesut Ozil and Arsene Wenger should no longer be at Arsenal.
The key players have been in negotiations with the club over a new contract for well over a season now, and there appears to be very little hope of either extending their stay in North London.
Whenever there’s a big soccer tournament like the Premier League taking place, there’s a lot of noise and confusion around the predictions made about the teams’ performance and scores. With so much distraction and gossip online, it’s understandable that many of us don’t know where to start from when we want to put our money on the line. Those who feel disoriented in the world of sports wagers, should look at the football betting over under guide before visiting an online bookmaker.
Arsenal are apparently ready to cash in on one of the club´s star players Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil, who are also being called contract rebels after they turned down the offers of new contracts. This means, with their current deals set to run out at the end of this season the club could lose both highly rated players for nothing.
With Arsenal having won the first two of the Europa League group games, there should not be too much pressure on Arsene Wenger and the players going into the game on Thursday, or at least that would have been the case if the Gunners had not suffered that turnaround to lose at Watford.
The last two international breaks have been very different for Arsenal, and we Gooners can only hope that the differences end now, because if this latest Premier League game which Arsenal lost top Watford is the shape of things to come then we are all in for an unpleasant time of it.
Arsenal were handed a fantastic opportunity yesterday and they blew it, big time, by playing like a bunch of no-hopers and crumbling to another painful away defeat, but was that all that was blown away by Watford at Vicarage Road?