Monday, 28 December 2015

UGLY: Arsenal Hit With Double Injury Blow Ahead of Bournemouth Game.


I am not feeling too healthy right now so I will just have to rush over this one. I will just go straight and give the needed information. No time!

Arsenal will be playing against Bournemouth today and ahead of the game, the manager has given us some ugly news on the injury front. We now have fresh injury cases, some on the long-term while others are short.

Mathieu Flamini has been ruled out of the game with an ankle injury, meaning the shortage in squad number has increased. What a blow! No Coquelin! No Flamini! Hm!

Elsewhere is another worse one and this one concerns the injury-prone Jack Wilshere who was earlier expected to arrive around New Year. As we speak, that is not going to happen anymore as the Englishman has gotten yet another setback which will keep him out until only-God-knows when. Even Arsene Wenger himself could not categorically give any return date. However even though he said that

“He will not be back before February, that’s for sure,” the manager said.

“I said February but honestly I don’t know. I let him do his recovery. It’s going slowly.”

Calum Chambers will be a likely starter for us today since Flamini is out. Also still sidelined are Mikel Arteta, Alexis Sanchez, Danny Welbeck, Santi Cazorla, Tomas Rosicky, Francis Coquelin.

All these numeous injuries will surely force Wenger into the transfer marked in order to keep our titles hopes alive.
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1 comment:

  1. Arsenal had missed defensive mid fielder since the departure of Viera.Let Wenger get defensive mid fielde & a striker.Hence, let the defenders be alternated to give room for Gabriel & Chambers.

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