Ozil Gives Reason for Form Depreciation, Wilshere Out, Ramsey and Kallstrom Set for Return.

Arsenal midfielder, Mesut Ozil has given the reason for his recent depreciation in form. Many were quick to jump to the conclusion that the 25-year-old found the English game pattern hard to cope with but the £42 million summer signing thinks otherwise.

The German international who signed from Real Madrid believes this is happening because he was not involved in any of the side's pre-season activities which would had helped him understand his teammates so well. When he first arrived in North-London the Assist King was on fire as he was the catalyst behind majority of the Gunners' September/October goals. As time went on he found it difficult to make effects in games and this sparked a debate on whether the club signed the right player or not. This drop made Arsene Wenger leave him out of some games so he could get back to his best.

Speaking concerning this issue, Ozil said,
“For me it was clear that I fell into a hole, because I lacked the overall preparation time with Arsenal.”

Ozil Gives Reason for Form Depreciation, Wilshere Out, Ramsey and Kallstrom Set for Return.


On the injury front it's quite unfortunate that we have lost another maestro to our annual misfortune league. Jack Wilshere has suffered a foot fracture which is expected to keep him out of action for at least six weeks. Disaster struck after Denmark's Agger aggressively tackled the Arsenal midfielder in Wednesday night friendly match at Wembley. The incident occurred in the 12th minute but the Englishman played on till the 50th minute. Possibly, this worsened his condition.

Good news just came in from Arsene Wenger's pre-Everton press conference. He said that Aaron Ramsey and Kallstrom would be available as from next weekend. Both stars are already back in training. Koscielny remains a doubt against Everton.

Kallstrom who was signed on loan in January has not yet made his debut at Arsenal. He got injured during his first training at the club.

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