I am not sure that there is too much for Arsenal fans to worry about with the story of some bad feeling between two of our strikers Alexis Sanchez and Olivier Giroud, but hey, what do I know? If there is then it might be an issue for Arsene Wenger to consider as he prepares the Gunners for the next game, which is a Premier League clash with West Brom on Sunday night.
According to Metro the two Arsenal forwards had a running argument during the Carabao Cup win over Doncaster, with the Chilean apparently growing ever more frustrated with his French team mate for some failed flicks and tracks and a general inability for them to get anything going.
The bad blood between the two strikers was picked up on by various Arsenal fans and with questions already being aimed at Sanchez over his attitude, could this be a further sign of his unhappiness at not getting the transfer away from Arsenal he wanted?
Even more important, could it have a negative effe3ct on hos the two play and therefore on how the whole side performs in crucial Premier League matches? With Danny Welbeck out the chances of Wenger selecting both in our starting XI is much higher, so will this be a problem?
In my opinion I do not think so. There was frustration throughout the side as we struggled to put Doncaster to the sword and even if they are not getting on it should not really affect their form. What do you think?