- Mon May 14 1:19 PM
The former Arsenal midfielder underwent successful knee surgery but is now facing a prolonged period on the sidelines
- Sun May 13 9:13 AM
The Belgian will sit out the final day encounter with Watford after picking up an ankle injury during the win over Arsenal
- Sun May 13 8:58 AM
ARSENAL will be without the suspended Konstantinos Mavropanos for Arsene Wenger’s final game in charge at Huddersfield.
- Sun May 13 12:11 AM
Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku
, currently out with an ankle injury sustained against Arsenal last month, took to Instagram on Saturday to post a video of himself working out.
- Sat May 12 6:57 PM
The ex-Gunner man was forced to break the news the PSG ace had suffered cruciate lig mant damage
- Sat May 12 7:52 AM
appears to have played his last game in the Premier League after being ruled out of Everton's clash with West Ham
- Fri May 11 1:27 PM
Lukaku is struggling with an ankle injury sustained against Arsenal last month
- Fri May 11 1:05 PM
The Greek centre-half has impressed in his limited outings for the Gunners, but a costly dismissal against Leicester has stunted his progress for now
- Thu May 10 9:17 PM
The 20-year-old was dismissed early on as the Gunners suffered a 3-1 loss at Leicester, with his manager prepared to accept blame for a selection risk
- Thu May 10 12:09 PM
As the Frenchman prepares to step down after 22 years as manager, Mavropanos was the 118th - and likely the last - player to be sent off on Wenger's watch.
- Thu May 10 8:08 AM
Wenger was very critical of referee Graham Scott after he sent off Konstantinos Mavropanos in the first half and awarded a late penalty
- Thu May 10 4:40 AM
has taken to social media to vow that he will come back stronger after the Arsenal defender’s Achilles injury. The France international has been ruled out action for six months after having to undergo surgery to correct a ruptured Achilles tendon suffered during Arsenal’s loss t...
|The most important thing is that we were in the dressing room at half-time and we spoke,
Emery said. We can't impose ourselves in the [first] 45 minutes but in the second half we had an opportunity to change the result.
Emery told the press: Each match there is a very big opportunity to improve things and one is this.
We cannot impose our ideas in the first 45 minutes, but in the second half we have the chance and the opportunity to change the result,
Emery said. I think we did that in the 45 minutes of the second half. We spoke in the dressing room before the start of the match today about our ...
The most important thing is we were in the dressing room at half-time and we spoke about not imposing ourselves in the first 45 minutes,