Arsenal players are behind Wenger says Iwobi

Arsenal players are behind Wenger says Iwobi

Arsene Wenger even went more than a decade without losing a league game to their cross-town rivals, between November 1999 and April 2010.

Arsene Wenger has defended his decision to drop Alexandre Lacazette against Manchester City but forgot it was the second occasion he has benched his record signing this season.

"I have a big choice to make every time".

'Are they two of our best players? "His creative aspects of his game, if he keeps fit, will be a big asset for him".

Lebanese PM invited to France amid resignation crisis
Aoun added that he will decide the next steps for the Lebanese government once Hariri is back in Lebanon. Aoun's statement was carried by the state-run National News Agency.

Morocco qualifies for Russian Federation 2018 after defeating Ivory Coast 2-0
DR Congo were the only team still with a chance to catch Tunisia, but they fell short despite a late 3-1 win over Guinea. Senegal qualified for the World Cup for the first time since 2002 on Friday after defeating South Africa 2-0 .

Woman Who Flipped Off Trump Motorcade Loses Her Job
Soon, Briskman, who had been working as a marketing specialist for a Virginia-based federal contractor, got fired from the job. Briskman told HuffPost her " blood just started to boil " when she saw Trump's motorcade. "I said 'Yeah, that's me".

"Welbeck isn't as talented but what you've got to do against a back three is move them about to create chances, while Lacazette is our best finisher and sulky Sanchez doesn't like playing out wide". In any case, Arsenal were so comprehensively outplayed by Liverpool on that particular afternoon that Thierry Henry in his prime could have played in that match without it having any influence on the scoreline. "The conclusion of people will be the comparison of the two performances on Saturday". While they now sit 6th in the Premier League table, four losses before Christmas have probably put paid to any title hopes they may have had going into the season, and with star players Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil likely to abandon ship in the summer, the pressure is once again on Arsene Wenger.

When Wenger was pressed on if Cazorla would ever play again, the Frenchman replied: "Let's not talk about that, but I hope you are wrong". "I left him out of the squad, hoping he would be available in January".

The 32-year-old then contracted gangrene after the operation and revealed to Spanish newspaper Marca he could have had his foot amputated. I think the question about the balance of power in north London is a question we have to answer and the only way to answer is on the pitch.

That assessment is perhaps a little harsh on Olivier Giroud who scored his 100 goal for the club earlier this season and is more than the lumbering target man he has often been unfairly portrayed as being.