- Mon Feb 19 9:34 PM
was sent off for Manchester City on Monday. Fabian Delph
will be suspended for Manchester City's Carabao Cup final against Arsenal after picking up a red card on Monday. Delph was sent off after his reckless sliding challenge caught Wigan's Max Power during City's FA Cup fifth-round...
- Fri Feb 16 4:38 PM
The Brazilian has been out of action for the Premier League leaders since suffering a serious knee injury against Crystal Palace
- Thu Feb 15 8:50 PM
The striker was wary about suffering another fitness setback on the Swedish side's 4G pitch, but emerged unscathed in a routine victory
- Thu Feb 15 11:08 AM
The Gunners boss has a predicament with Alexandre Lacazette injured and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang cup-tied
- Thu Feb 15 7:58 AM
ARSENAL manager Arsene Wenger has revealed that midfielder Aaron Ramsey
remains a doubt for their Carabao Cup final with Manchester City.
- Thu Feb 15 7:01 AM
LIVERPOOL have been handed a major boost in their hope to keep Emre Can at Anfield.
- Thu Feb 15 6:25 AM
Arsene Wenger has confirmed that Alexandre Lacazette will be out of action for the next four to five weeks after the Arsenal striker underwent knee surgery. The French forward left Wembley on Saturday after the 1-0 loss to Tottenham Hotspur with a swelling in his knee and immediately went under t...
- Thu Feb 15 2:29 AM
Telegraph.co.uk Arsenal will be without Alexandre Lacazette for four to six weeks due to injury - leaving Danny Welbeck
as their only available senior striker in the Europa League. The club confirmed their £52 million summer signing has undergone an arthroscopy on his and more »
- Thu Feb 15 12:30 AM
Antonio Conte has revealed that both Alvaro Morata and Olivier Giroud
should be fit for Chelsea FC’s clash against Hull City in the FA Cup on Friday night. Giroud started for Chelsea in their 3-0 win over West Brom in the Premier League on Monday night at Stamford Bridge and set up Eden Hazard fo...
|It's not the person they hate, they hate the manager who doesn't deliver the performance,
Wenger said. I can make that difference.
It's not the person they hate, they hate the manager who doesn't deliver the performance,
Wenger told Sky Sports News . I can make that difference.
Welbeck is coming back slowly in a better shape, what he needs is consistency in the team and in the competition,
Wenger said. I felt that he gave them a hard time, and he looked sharper, more aggressive, more energy. When he adds that kind of aggression to his game he becomes suddenly a ...
It can make you a better manager to face a crisis,
Wenger told Sky Sports. Yes [the criticism affects me], but honestly, I can take that, it's not a personal hate.