So the Arsenal treatment room may well have been about as busy as Kings Cross station at rush hour over the last few years, but at least Arsene Wenger and the club staff have seen that there must be more to this problem than simple bad luck and they have taken steps to sort the situation out.
Only time will tell of course, but it does look like the manager will have a full complement of players to choose from soon after we get back to business after the current international break. Tomas Rosicky will not be available for some time after he had to undergo surgery on his knee recently, but apart from that we are just waiting for the two England internationals Jack Wilshere and Danny Welbeck.
I have come to take Arsene Wenger’s injury updates with a pinch of salt because he has massively underestimated the length of time that various players would be out for, but the new fitness and medical team do seem to be on the ball and that is where he is getting his information from.
Surely if there was any doubt about Wilshere and Welbeck then the Frenchman would have made plans to cover them, by using the transfer window, so I can only assume that our injury problems are pretty much over. Now just let us get through these internationals and finally Arsenal will have a chance to show what we can do with a full strength squad.