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Arsenal face battle to keep Saka 0

Posted on February 18, 2020 by Veselin Trajkovic

According to David Ornstein of The Athletic, Arsenal face a battle to keep hold of Bukayo Saka this summer.

The 18-year-old broke onto the scene practically immediately upon introduction to the first team. Deployed a few times in his preferred position on the left wing by Unai Emery, he was asked to do the best he can on the left defensive flank in the absence of both Kieran Tierney and Sead Kolasinac.

Injury updates ahead of Newcastle clash 0

Posted on February 15, 2020 by Veselin Trajkovic

Arsenal are set to resume the Premier League season when they take on Newcastle United at the Emirates on Sunday, following the winter break which reportedly did the team a lot of good. Be that as it may, head coach Mikel Arteta spoke to the press ahead of the game and provided some updates on the situation with injured players.

Left-back Kieran Tierney, who hurt his shoulder by falling awkwardly in the West Ham clash back in December, has been ruled out and will likely need a few weeks more. It was confirmed that he was back in training in Dubai, but it was restricted to strictly non-contact work which obviously means his shoulder is still too sensitive for him to play.

The latest on injuries 0

Posted on February 06, 2020 by Veselin Trajkovic

Arsenal have been struggling much with fitness issues lately, especially in the defensive department. Calum Chambers it our for the rest of the season. Kieran Tierney and Sead Kolasinac have both been out recently, forcing Mikel Arteta to utilize young winger Bukayo Saka on the left defensive flank – but Saka picked up a knock too in the goalless draw away at Burnley last week. Even the newly signed Cedric Soares came from Southampton injured. Forward Reiss Nelson has now joined them all in the treatment room.

Poor defending proves costly again 0

Posted on January 18, 2020 by Veselin Trajkovic

There’s no other way to describe what happened on Saturday when Arsenal played Sheffield United at the Emirates than two points thrown out the window.

The game ended in another draw, another lead nullified as Gabriel Martinelli’s first-half tap-in opener was cancelled late by John Fleck’s nicely taken volley. But let’s take a look at a few things that can be taken from this match, one by one.

Arteta’s first game not a proper indicator of what lies ahead 0

Posted on December 26, 2019 by Veselin Trajkovic

Arsenal played their first game under the command of the newly appointed Mikel Arteta on Boxing Day, a 1-1 draw away to Bournemouth. The entire football public in England, let alone Arsenal supporters, were anxious to see if there would be any conclusions drawn from the former captain’s managerial debut. There were, but nothing remotely telling about the way things are going to unfold in the coming months.

The rise of Bukayo Saka? 0

Posted on November 08, 2018 by Harry Kettle

Hyperboles are thrown around in the world of football these days, and it’s mainly all to do with getting carried away in the moment. A prime example of that would probably be when a youngster is on the rise in the game, and suddenly gets a surge of momentum courtesy of increased attention from the media. While it isn’t necessarily a guarantee that this’ll happen with everyone it’s certainly been a practice that has grown in popularity in recent times, and the media has a big role to play in that.



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