Wojciech Szczesny is intent on beating Blackburn this weekend and is clearly wanting to open his trophy account by going on to win the competition. The Polish international said: “As you know, we’re desperate for a trophy – so we hope we can give our fans something to cheer in the FA Cup.
Szczesney to miss clash against Montpellier by TS
According to reports from ESPN, Arsenal keeper Wojciech Szczesny will miss tomorrow’s game following an ankle injury. The Polish international has not traveled with the squad for the Champions League clash against Montpellier.
Let’s start at the back. Wojciech Szczesney and Lukasz Fabianski are available, apparently so Vito Mannone will probably drop back to the bench, despite hid good performances. There is a school of thought that you should keep playing a keeper until he makes a mistake, so you never know. He has definitely given both Polish keepers something to keep them on their mettle.
Arsenal buy young GK by TS
Evening Gooners. So after AW press conference one has the feeling of dread that we will not be signing anyone this transfer period unless the player is, “Top, top, top.” Not sure how I feel about that or even if we should be concerned or not. I guess at some stage we have to let Arsene do his thing and put faith in him once more. However, having just said that, reports are circulating that Arsenal have signed a Macedonian goalkeeper.
Great news Gunners, Arsenal have got arguably their best defender back from injury. Going in to a crucial game against Liverpool at Anfield on Sunday, this news will give the team a welcome boost. Wojciech Szczesney may also be back from his problem. The Polish keeper will undergo a test on Friday and Saturday night to determine his availability.
Manuel Almunia – “He (Wenger) is like a father to the players” by AM
Manuel Almunia, who was released this summer, has spoken highly of Wenger and how respected the Frenchman is among the players. The former custodian said that –
Szczesney-An Arsenal Gem by Taki
Thinking about our new and prospective signings only led to me thinking in circles of ifs and maybes. In general, it was highly depressing and frustrating having to guess what might happen so I decided instead to think about our current ‘old’ squad. In turn, I thought about one particular player, our Polish keeper.
The Polish keeper Lukasz Fabianski is still stuck as second choise at Arsenal behind his countryman (and rival for the national jersey) Wojciech Szczesny, and he made it clear before Christmas that he wanted to move somewhere else in search of first team football.