- Sat Sep 2 4:17 PM
Alejandro Moreno and Ross Dyer discuss the winners and losers of the Alexis Sanchez saga. Arsenal have left Santi Cazorla out of their Premier League squad for the first half of the season as he continues his recovery from an ankle injury. Cazorla, 32, has been out of action since last October, h...
- Sat Sep 2 2:47 PM
SANTI CAZORLA has been left out of Arsenal’s squad for the new Premier League season. The Spaniard has been nursing an Achilles injury for almost a year now, suffering the setback in a Champions League match against Ludogorets in October 2016. Cazorla recently admitted he was confident of making...
- Sat Sep 2 1:34 PM
Santi Cazorla's has been left out of Arsenal's Premier League squad for the first half of the 2017-18 season.
- Sat Sep 2 12:24 PM
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger will reportedly have both Aaron Ramsey
and Alex Iwobi at his disposal after the international break. The Gunners will return to action on September 9 when they host Bournemouth at the Emirates, while that will be quickly followed by their opening Europa League game on S...
- Thu Aug 31 9:58 PM
ALEXIS SANCHEZ to Manchester City was 'done' three weeks ago.
- Thu Aug 31 9:58 PM
ARSENAL’S recent misery showed no signs of ending anytime soon as star defender Laurent Koscielny
appeared to pick up a painful knock playing for France.
- Wed Aug 30 11:46 PM
Arsenal are nearing full crisis mode
- Tue Aug 29 6:52 PM
SkySports Wales midfielder Aaron Ramsey
is expected to be fit for the upcoming World Cup Qualifiers against Austria and Moldova despite sitting out training on Tuesday. Ramsey was substituted during the half-time interval of Arsenal's heavy 4-0 defeat to and more »
- Tue Aug 29 5:41 PM
Wales are confident midfielder Aaron Ramsey
will be fit to face Austria in Saturday's World Cup qualifier in Cardiff.
- Tue Aug 29 10:18 AM
SkySports Martin Tyler is back with the best stats and facts from the weekend's action in the Premier League. Despite a poor start in the Premier League, could there be hope for Arsenal of a top-four finish? And after Kasper Schmeichel's superb penalty save at and more »
Wenger told reporters: Maybe we haven't played well enough but that's down to you to judge.
But we have a very difficult schedule and I believe we fought hard to win the game but didn't because of a bad decision,
You cannot give West Brom five days to prepare for a game like that when we have three,
It's disappointing to see that [penalty decision]. But what can you do? We can talk and talk and talk, it doesn't change anything,
Wenger told Sky Sports. And anyway, the Premier League doesn't face the problem.