- Fri Feb 2 3:01 PM
ARSENAL have been pictured training today, ahead of the visit of Everton tomorrow.
- Fri Feb 2 2:23 PM
Arsene Wenger says new signing Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang may not be able to make his debut against Everton after suffering from a sickness bug.
- Fri Feb 2 12:53 PM
As he savoured the aftermath of a successful Everton comeback on Wednesday night, it was a brief discussion with Kasper Schmeichel that got Seamus Coleman
thinking about what might have been.
London Evening Standard
- Fri Feb 2 9:15 AM
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang may have to wait for his Arsenal debut after Arsene Wenger confirmed his record signing will face a fitness test before his involvement in Saturday's game against Everton is determined.
- Fri Feb 2 9:07 AM
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang will be assessed on Friday ahead of Arsenal's match against Everton after falling sick.
- Fri Feb 2 8:49 AM
Will the forward make his debut against Everton?
- Fri Feb 2 8:39 AM
PIERRE-EMERICK AUBAMEYANG is a doubt for Arsenal's showdown with Everton due to illness.
- Thu Feb 1 2:48 AM
His last game in front of a packed stadium ended with the assistance of a stretcher and an oxygen mask, with the sombre silence a preparation for the loneliness of the long road ahead.
- Wed Jan 31 10:11 PM
Everton were indebted to a Theo Walcott
double as the Toffees downed Leicester City on Wednesday.
- Wed Jan 31 6:47 PM
After missing the first half of the season through injury the former Everton man will finally make his Premier League bow at Stamford Bridge
- Wed Jan 31 6:45 PM
is set to make his return to first-team action after he was handed a start against Leicester City on Wednesday night. Having played an hour for the Under-23s in their Premier League Cup
- Mon Jan 29 7:12 PM
is set to make his Everton return 10 months after having surgery on a double leg break.
- Mon Jan 29 11:49 AM
Sam Allardyce has confirmed Ireland captain Seamus Coleman
will be back in the Everton squad for Wednesday's Premier League clash against Leicester.
|It looks like he has got that knack,
said Sam Allardyce. He seems to be born with that instinct of where to be.
He is their key player for assists and the goals he scores,
said Allardyce. We need to keep a close watch on him on Saturday. He is one of their dangermen we will need to keep quiet.
I think that when you talk about consistency he has been our most consistent player,
I think his confidence is gained by us taking him out early doors when everyone was going: 'Why aren't you playing him?',