Latest injury gives Arsenal BIG problem for Hull clash

Even though Arsenal would normally expect a Premier League home game against a club currently in the relegation zone to be a banker win and another three points in the bag, this is not a normal situation. And Arsene Wenger has been handed some more bad news on the injury front that could cause us a big problem at the weekend.

A Metro report explains that Arsenal may have to face Hull City at the Emirates on Saturday without our first choice right back Hector Cellerin, as the medical team is going to be cautious with the Spaniard and he is not set to return to training until Friday. We are still waiting for the results of an MRI scan after Bellerin was flattened by Chelsea’s Alonso on Saturday and depending on the results and how he fares on Friday, the Gunners may have to face the tigers without him.

Arsenal are on a bad run and in a poor state of mind after losing two games in a row and giving up all hope of the EPL title, while Hull look a different team under their new manager Marco Silva. They have shown great defensive organisation and resilience recently and have beaten Man United and Liverpool, so losing the attacking threat and pace of Bellerin down the right would be a big blow.

Cross your fingers Gooners, and hope that the scan results are good to us.



  1. Samuel Akinsola Adebosin says:

    There won’t be any problem for Arsenal in this game. If at all anything good will emanate in this game, that emanation will be an Arsenal win solution in the game over Hull City. Arsenal will arrest all the tigers at gun point as soon as they stepped on the Emirates Stadium playing field and caged all the tigers and subsequently win the match by a convincing 4-0 home win.

    Bob, let me assure you not to entertain any fears in your mind nor become panicked. But if you are betting, I strongly encouraged you to place your bet on Arsenal as a home win banker. You won’t lose your money but won handsomely with a good dividend.

    1. peterh says:

      You may be right for this game -let’s hope so – but we will win nothing this year.

  2. peterh says:

    Is anyone actually still interested in watching this team? For years now we have been told that we would be fighting with the top teams on all fronts. That was, has been and will not be true until we get a change of direction. We have an inadequate squad and so struggle with and after injuries, we have nobody in this team who intimidates the opposition physically, and nobody on the pitch who gets at the team when it goes wrong. Mediocrity and inflated wages all round. No wonder Ozil (a brilliant footballer who should be the icing on the cake in front of a solid defence and competitive midfield) and Sanchez (who gives 110% in every game) are looking dejected. Finally, men against boys … why have our recent teams been so … small and lightweight?

  3. Nwaneri says:

    Arsenal will go on a long run of good results now that the chances of winning the title has been fluffed. It’s a yearly occurrence. Watch out.

    1. Fatboy Gooney says:

      I’m watching out ?
      And … I can’t see nothing but trouble mate ?
      For the first time in Wenger’s Arsenal career we will finish behind the Spuds and out of the Champions league Qualifications. ?

      1. Budd says:

        While I don’t give a cr@p about not qualifying just to knocked out in the round of 16 in UCL, it pains me to admit that Spuds may have an edge over us this season.

  4. Ronny331 says:

    Tonight’s series a is roma.
    I’d love us to have mandala, stupid haircut but what a player. Manolas also looking good schezny fool still! 🙂

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