- Sun Jan 14 3:29 PM
Arsenal suffered a damaging defeat at Bournemouth on Sunday. Arsenal suffered a damaging defeat at Bournemouth on Sunday. Arsenal suffered a damaging defeat at Bournemouth on Sunday. BOURNEMOUTH -- Three quick thoughts on Bournemouth 2-1 Arsenal in the Premier League on Sunday afternoon. 1. New l...
- Sun Jan 14 12:38 PM
Midfielder Jack Wilshere
features for Arsenal against his old loan side but Mesut Ozil misses out through injury
- Sun Jan 14 11:39 AM
Forward Alexis Sanchez is left out of Arsenal's Premier League match at Bournemouth as speculation over his future intensifies.
- Sun Jan 14 8:00 AM
Expert betting analysis for Anfield clash PLUS Arsenal's trip to Bournemouth
- Sat Jan 13 7:51 PM
Mesut Ozil is still yet to be deemed fit to play but Aaron Ramsey
returns to the team
- Fri Jan 12 11:53 AM
Mesut Ozil is only 50-50 after a swollen knee
- Fri Jan 12 10:11 AM
Arsenal will be without a number of players this weekend
- Fri Jan 12 9:50 AM
Arsenal travel to Bournemouth this weekend looking to pick up their first win in five games
- Fri Jan 12 9:27 AM
ARSENE WENGER has a host of injury concerns ahead of Arsenal's clash with Bournemouth this weekend.
- Thu Jan 11 9:46 PM
• Midfielder sprained ankle in Carabao Cup draw with Chelsea • Wilshere could face former club Bournemouth on Sunday Jack Wilshere
expects to make a swift return to the Arsenal team after banishing any concerns over his ankle worry. The midfielder, who was captain for the night, went off in the s...
- Thu Jan 11 8:18 PM
The midfielder suffered an ankle sprain in Arsenal's Carabo Cup clash against Chelsea on Wednesday night
- Thu Jan 11 7:50 PM
After suffering another injury during Wednesday's EFL Cup semi-final first leg, the midfielder assured Arsenal fans he will be not be out for long
- Thu Jan 11 7:01 PM
expects to be fit for Arsenal’s visit to Bournemouth this weekend following the ankle injury which saw him substituted in the midweek clash with Chelsea.
- Thu Jan 11 6:51 PM
Arsenal fans can finally breathe a sigh of relief after Jack Wilshere
confirmed he will return to action as soon as this weekend after getting the all clear on a worrying ankle injury.
- Thu Jan 11 6:20 PM
came off with an injury during Wednesday's draw against Chelsea. Jack Wilshere
has assured Arsenal fans that he'll be back in just "a couple of days" despite suffering another ankle injury against Chelsea on Wednesday. The injury-plagued midfielder limped off in the second half of t...
- Thu Jan 11 5:56 PM
Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere
says he is expecting to be "back in a couple of days" after he was injured against Chelsea on Wednesday.
- Thu Jan 11 5:44 PM
The Arsenal midfielder limped off during the second-half of the Carabao Cup semi-final at Stamford Bridge
- Thu Jan 11 5:37 PM
He had to be substituted.
- Thu Jan 11 11:42 AM
He's been in great form
- Thu Jan 11 10:58 AM
ARSENE WENGER has suggested Ainsley Maitland-Niles could be the man to replace Valencia-bound midfielder Francis Coquelin
- Thu Jan 11 9:52 AM
Wilshere has impressed for Arsenal since forcing his way into the side but failed to last an hour of the first leg of the Carabao Cup semi-final
- Thu Jan 11 7:55 AM
- Thu Jan 11 7:07 AM
Wilshere hobbled off while captaining the Gunners against Chelsea on Wednesday night
London Evening Standard
- Thu Jan 11 6:39 AM
is set to miss Arsenal's trip to Bournemouth on Sunday after suffering an ankle injury in their 0-0 EFL Cup semi-final first leg draw at Chelsea.
- Thu Jan 11 6:10 AM
added another episode to his injury ladened career as he limped out of Arsenal’s goalless draw with Chelsea last night.
- Thu Jan 11 5:30 AM
ANTONIO CONTE has explained why Eden Hazard
was substituted against Arsenal last night.
- Thu Jan 11 12:14 AM
Arsene Wenger has confirmed Jack Wilshere
suffered an ankle injury in Arsenal's 0-0 draw at Chelsea on Wednesday, which may keep him out of the weekend clash with Bournemouth.
|One of the big strengths of Man City is De Bruyne of course, because he has become a very complete player,
No, because you look at Barcelona, they are still the best team in Europe,
Wenger said. You have to accept that the modern game has changed, because there is a regrouping of the best players in a short number of clubs. And we as managers maybe we impart our philosophy, but I think ...
Maybe we are the underdogs, but we have to believe in our quality,
They are very difficult to win,
said Wenger. The simple fact is that nobody has won it [the FA Cup] more than us. Look at the big clubs. For example, Liverpool is a big club – how many times have they won the FA Cup in their whole history? Seven. It shows that throughout history it...