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Have Arsenal REALLY fixed the Injury problem?

We know that Arsenal had a serious and costly problem with the fitness and injury situation of our players. If it was not obvious by the fact that we kept losing the likes of Jack Wilshere, Aaron Ramsey, Kieran Gibbs and many more, it was proved when Arsene Wenger admitted that there would be an internal review which ended up with two top medical staff being brought in.

FULL Arsenal injury update ahead of Man United clash

If Alex Ferguson was still managing Man United he would be telling everyone it is “squeaky bum time” but Arsene Wenger has been in enough of these crucial end-of-season fixtures to know exactly how to prepare his players.

Why Arsenal DO NOT need Morgan Schneiderlin

Why Schneiderlin is not needed at Arsenal by Midkemma

Debuchy, Diaby and Wilshere ready to face Reading?

Arsene Wenger now has practically his whole Arsenal squad fit and ready (only Oxlade-Chamberlain is definitely out) ahead of this weekends FA Cup semifinal against Reading at Wembley, and it will be very interesting to see how many changes Le Prof makes for the game.

Watch Wilshere and Diaby play tonight – for free!

Arsenal’s two longest serving crocks for the injury room are set to feature again tonight for the Gunners Under 21 side, and you can watch it live for free on Arsenal.com

Which of these FOUR players are likely to stay at Arsenal?

Which of these 4 Old Guards are likely to leave this summer? by Sam P

The words old guard might be a bit misleading, as only Abou Diaby of these long term Arsenal players is anywhere near reaching the football milestone of being 30-years old, but along with the perennially injured French midfielder, Theo Walcott, Jack Wilshere and Wojciech Szczesny, these four Gunners have over 30 years between them in the Arsenal first team.

An in-depth look at who Arsenal need to replace this summer

Who needs to leave Arsenal this summer? by ceofaruk

Arsenal have a wealth of players but we still fall just a bit short of really competing for the Champions league and winning the Premier league. On our best days we can compete with anyone in Europe and it was a real shame we lost so badly to Monaco in the first leg of the knockout stages. So who should Arsenal replace this summer to become real contenders?

Who is on their way out of Arsenal this summer?

It is becoming a yearly cliche that “Arsenal are three players away from winning the title” and that could probably easily be said again this summer, although if we hadn’t had any injuries this season we may have been a LOT closer to the top.