Arsenal Injury News Revealed Ahead of QPR Clash.


Been a while you saw me drop by. Blame it on excessive academic work. Just felt like coming here to show you loyal readers that I still have you deep in my heart. I respect you all.

Today, I will be updating you on the latest team news from the Arsenal camp. This is the day when we will visit Loftus Road to play against Queens Park Rangers and as we look forward to that clash, Arsene Wenger has revealed the present state of his squad.

I guessed you've all missed the presence of Aaron Ramsey. Well, I am happy to inform you that the Welshman is back and available for selection. He has had a series of muscular injuries of recent but the Arsenal manager hopes that with the level of his confidence, he will be able to overcome the problem.

Wenger further stated that none of the players who featured in our 2-0 win over Everton on Sunday has issues. The only doubt is Francis Coquelin who met with the medical team yesterday to see if he will be able to travel. According to Wenger, he is 98% okay and should feature in the match.

Mathieu Flamini is not returning so soon even though he is making good progress. For sure, he will miss Arsenal's next two games [at least]. Same goes with Jack Wilshere who is drawing close to a return after having a successful surgery on his ankle. Asked if Jack will be available to play against United in the FA Cup, the boss said;

"It will be too soon. I don’t set any dates, but what is for sure is that for Man United he will not be available."

That's all on injuries for now. It's so pathetic we woefully lost o Monaco in the Champions League last week. Many of us were disappointed by our team's performance and to be more realistic, we have a slim chance of qualifying from this stage. However, anything can still happen. We cannot rule out a sensational comeback. Determination and hardwork can help achieve that. If Monaco could come to the Emirates Stadium to grab a 3-1 win, why then can't we do the same at their home ground? I believe we can, do you??

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