Ozil handed a special break by Wenger

Mesut Ozil has endured a dramatic loss of form over the past few matches and following the 5-1 defeat against Bayern Munich in the Champions League, the German star was completely omitted from the FA Cup 5th Round clash against Sutton United on Monday night.

The Times have now revealed that Ozil has been handed a special rest by manager Arsene Wenger to deal with his back spasms and the 28-year-old is currently recuperating back in Germany, spending time with his family members.

Iwobi dismisses claims that he is injured

Iwobi was forced off during the 74th minute of Arsenal’s 2-0 victory over Sutton United in the FA Cup on Monday night and the attacker raised a cause for concern after immediately posting an image of his foot heavily bandaged.

As a result, there has been speculation that Iwobi would face a period on the sidelines due to injury but the 20-year-old has now gone on to quash such claims through social media. “Alex Iwobi Is injured?” LOOL No He’s Not,'” the Nigerian winger told his followers on Snapchat.


Everton and Manchester City register interest in Oxlade-Chamberlain

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has been one of Arsenal’s impressive performers during the current campaign and despite the Gunners suffering from a slump recently; the 23-year-old has maintained his fine run of form.

While Oxlade-Chamberlain is clearly a key figure in the Arsenal first team at the moment, his future at the Emirates Stadium is in doubt due to his contractual situation and now reports from the Daily Mirror have stated that the duo of Everton and Manchester City could be making their move if the England international does not pen a new deal with the Gunners.


Arsenal and Tottenham monitoring French wonderkid

Kevin Mbappe has burst into the scene for Monaco this season and the 18-year-old is touted to be the next big thing in France, even drawing comparisons to the legendary Thierry Henry.

Given Mbappe’s wonderful rise to prominence, a number of clubs have expressed their interest in the attacker and French publication L’Equipe claim that the North London duo of Arsenal and Tottenham are both keen on signing the wonderkid.

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#3 Roger G small 2017-02-22 16:32
Roger G February 22, 2017 at 10:43 am #
This is all
part of the Arsenal everyday big storey with many of our growing fans wanting Wenger OUT.

We (supporters) follow our team like a part of a big family >over broken glass,

we watch every match enduring sometimes pain & days of happiness

we see many of our team players have a good & some fantastic performances

we see a few of our every day team players have many repetitive bad Games

we see the those players that play team football and those few selfish in the games they play

We see which players Wenger keeps good faith in of some of form players.

we see Wenger keep faith in a few players having many repetitive bad Games week in week out

We and the press see Wenger not playing proven TEAM players such as Lucas Perez

we know the future prospects as the Iwobi & welbeck

We see Wengers own choice who shall play & who won’t each week from these good & bad

We pay a high price to get a this box view to gain all this knowledge above.

We see many of our family Fans now moving over to the Wenger out crusade

We see the press now supporting this crusade,

We all heard Wenger say if he did leave we would still lose games.

We Supporters of many years over or under Wenger reign see our Arsenal play some great football

We see them in the top 4 each year and get knock out the European cup each year. with good & those bad players.

We like most other football clubs want to win all games with 11 good Team players on the field

If this was a court case based on the above .

WE Arsenal supporters are the said jury because >>>>>>>>>

We listen with our eyes, game in game out + plus We pay for these privilege

Rest my case
+1 #2 Ho Hum 2017-02-22 15:34
. . . . . . .Whatever . . . .
+2 #1 Jeff 2017-02-22 15:11
Wenger has started his funny player chases which he never bring to the team as long as the player is really good. He just want to play child play with us pretending he wants a good player. He pretends to be after Kylian Mbappe yet he is not even serious about it whilst he is busy looking for his cheap line and bargains useless ones "the below average type" shear wasting resources on "buy one get one free". Wenger must leave the reconstruction of Arsenal to someone capable he has messed Arsenal enough. We are tired of him and his weird ways of transfer market. Wenger OUT!!