Arsenal sends medical staff to accompany Partey on international duty for Ghana

Arsenal is taking no chances on the fitness of Thomas Partey in this international window, as the Ghanaian represents his country.

Partey is injury-prone, but he is a key cog in the wheel for the Gunners and the team often struggles if he is unavailable to do his job.

Arsenal knows his importance to their team and does not want the midfielder to return from the international break injured.

A report in the Daily Mail reveals the club sent a physio to accompany the midfielder on international duty to Ghana in this break.

This ensures his workload is measured and he can follow safety measures while representing his country.

Just Arsenal Opinion

Partey is one of the most important players at the Emirates now and we need him to stay fit for as much as possible.

The international break is risky and we are closing in on the league crown, so the club is smart to ensure he gets the extra care.

Partey has not had too many injuries recently. It could be because the club has put him in special training that the national team handlers could easily disregard if we have no one around to inform them of the extraordinary measures.

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  1. More likely a minder to make sure he doesn’t go out partying which he is allegedly prone to do. Talk about living up to your name 😂.

    1. Thomas Partey is not prone to partying. He doesn’t over indulge himself and has done well to stay off the radar in that regard.

    1. Seriously? You would actually look to replace one of our vitally most important players?


      1. I think the comment is based out of the fear that he may be guilty of some serious allegations. Another potential victim has stepped forward. I know we need to wait and let the justice system incriminate or exonerate but I won’t lie…this is very much on my mind.

    2. You mean an excellent back-up I guess. …..and that’s what we need.
      I would have turned to Caicedo/Rice but no, due to high price tag.
      I know Edu and Arteta are gonna definitely do an outstanding job there and I’m keenly watching that space.

  2. I applaud that move sending a physio to a company Partey , he’s our most important player, the lad must be treated with kids gloves

    In Thomas Partey Arsenal has arguably one of the best defensive midfielder in the world.

  3. He had an outstanding game and was man of the match in Ghana’s game against Angola yesterday. He picked up no injury and with one more game to go, we get our engine block back to base.

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