- 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
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- 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 5:51 PM
The abuse followed Bournemouth's 1-1 draw with Manchester United, after which both Mings and Ibrahimovic were charged with violent conduct despite escaping red cards in the game.
- 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 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 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.
|With a change of scene, I think naturally you are able to put that game to the back of your mind,
Howe said. But hopefully not too far away because I want the pain of that defeat and how it felt afterwards to inspire the players for the game coming up.
It's been a good month and I'd like to dedicate the award to everyone associated with the football club,
Howe told afcb.co.uk . The highlight was without doubt the Chelsea game, but I don't think we should forget about the result against Arsenal.
I apologise to them for the performance,
Howe said. There's not much else I can say.
I don't know anything about Chelsea and how they work to be honest. That's a very difficult one for me to answer,
Howe said. I think everyone knows my focus is always on the next training session. What other people say, whether it is good or bad, I try not to give it much relevance.