Why Arsenal Should Bring This Youngster Back From The Hawthorns!
When the announcement was made that the promising Arsenal youngster Serge Gnabry was to go out on loan to West Bromwich Albion, it was widely perceived that the German would get regular first-team football at the Hawthorns and come back to the Emirates ready to be a part of the Gunners’ squad for next season. .......Read the full article here
Arsenal have already bounced back verey well from the defeat away to West Brom last week, putting in an emphatic and exciting performance in the Champions League to blow the Croatian club Dinamo Zagreb off the park with our fluent football and great goals. .......Read the full article here
Ever since Arsene Wenger took over as the manager of Arsenal Football Club almost two decades ago now, there has been a strong French element to the Gunners squad and that is no different today. And you don’t need me to tell you that France and it´s people are having a tough time of it right now. .......Read the full article here
Even though the Arsenal creative genius that is Mesut Ozil would not have played for Germany this week anyway, because their international friendly with Holland was called off after a suspicious package was found at the stadium in Hannover and there was a real focus on this sort of thing after the awful terrorist attacks in Paris, it must still have been better for him not to be involved at all. .......Read the full article here
Something has to give with Arsenal´s young German forward Serge Gnabry, or the player that showed such promise before he picked up an injury and missed the whole of last season. At the moment, Gnabry cannot even get on to the West Brom bench and the loan deal that was supposed to bring him the regular football that would help to progress his career has so far yielded just three appearances and 12 Premier League minutes. .......Read the full article here