Tag Archives: Elneny

Arsenal boss hails trio for stand-out displays in West Brom win

Arsene Wenger has praised Mohamed Elneny, Nacho Monreal and Alexandre Lacazette for their performances for Arsenal against West Bromwich Albion last night.

The Gunners snatched a 2-0 win in the Monday Night Football encounter at the Emirates Stadium yesterday, but the scoreline doesn’t reflect the overall play.

Arsenal defender asks to leave? Chambers to step-up?

Arsenal’s Shkodran Mustafi has supposedly told the club that he wishes to leave, and has agreed a move with Inter Milan. The German international joined the club from Valencia in a reported £35 Million deal only last summer, and after a rocky opening campaign, is now being linked with the exit door.

Arsenal injury update ahead of Hull tie

Arsenal have had two very poor defeats on the trot in the Premier League and will be hoping that they can pick up all three points against Hull City. On paper, it should be an easy fixture for the Gunners; but then nobody expected a defeat against Watford and so we will need to be up for the test.

Will Elneny injury prompt late Arsenal signing?

Arsenal’s Mohamed Elneny has fallen foul of injury whilst on international duty with Egypt this week.

The midfielder was due to play in tonight’s crunch quarter-final match against Morocco this evening, but was ruled out with a calf injury.

TWO Arsenal injury updates to cheer up gutted Gooners

There is not too much to be happy about this morning if you are an Arsenal fan, after another exit from the league cup, currently known as the EFL cup, with Arsene Wenger demonstrating once again that he has very litte respect for this trophy or desire to add it to his collection with an Arsenal team selection that would have struggled to beat a lower league team, never mind our Premier League bogey team Southampton.

Why are Arsenal going for another centre midfield transfer?

Arsenal fans may start to feel that the transfer action at the club is something akin to the London buses that go past the ground, as in you wait for ages and then three come along at the same time. That is if the recent Arsenal transfer rumour about the Roma and Argentina international star Leandro Paredes turns out to be true.

Cazorla back but which midfield options will start at Man Utd?

Arsenal fans may be getting worried that our usual bad luck with injury problems is coming back and is going to ruin yet another Premier League title challenge. It is certainly not a good thing that the sports injury website physioroom.com shows that the Gunners have more players in the treatment room than all of our main EPL rivals but I do not think our situation is that bad, especially if the news about Alexis Sanchez being alright to face Man United on Saturday proves to be right.

Arsenal boss to blame for needless Cazorla injury?

I may be wrong but I have a feeling that Arsene Wenger’s decision to leave Granit Xhaka on the bench for the thumping Champions League win over Ludogorets Razgrad was taken in part because of the red card the Swiss international picked up last weekend against Swansea.