April 19, 2019 by
Aaron Ramsey was substituted during Arsenal’s win over Napoli on Thursday due to injury, and given the inevitability of his move to Juventus this summer, fears arose among the fans that the Welshman had made his last appearance in an Arsenal shirt.
However, speaking to Sky Sports in an exclusive interview, manager Unai Emery has allayed those fears to an extent, by revealing that the club expect Ramsey back in no more than two or three weeks. That means that, if Arsenal manage to get past Valencia in the Europa League semifinal, he should be back in time to play in the final of the competition which is being played on May 29, at the Olympic Stadium in Baku. .......Read more here.....
September 08, 2016 by
Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe has dismissed rumours linking him with becoming the next Arsenal boss next summer when Arsene Wenger’s contract expires. Media speculation suggested that the rookie boss is one of the frontrunners for the job.
Dismissed speculation about Arsenal job
However, at his weekly press conference prior to his team’s game against West Brom, he said: “I’d rather be linked doing something right than the other way, but my only focus is winning with Bournemouth.
“I am loyal. I love the town and I want to continue that association for as long as possible. .......Read more here.....
June 29, 2016 by
According to the Daily Express, the English FA could leave it a year to appoint a new England boss with a view to appointing Gunners boss Arsene Wenger next summer as the Three Lions permanent boss.
A three man committee of Martin Glenn, Dan Ashworth and David Gill are likely to be the men who choose the next England boss.
They are expected to appoint a caretaker-manager in the wake of Roy Hodgson’s recent resignation following England’s disastrous Euro 2016 exit against Iceland in the last-16. The Three Lions face their qualifier against Slovakia in September. .......Read more here.....
June 28, 2016 by
Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere has been part of England’s horrible Euro 2016 campaign with ended on Monday night as minnows Iceland inflicted a 2-1 defeat on the Three Lions in the round of 16.
In truth Wilshere did not play much of a part in the game, only coming on at half-time and his display was not exactly encouraging for England or Arsenal fans.
Should have been left at home
It would have been better for everybody involved if Roy Hodgson had decided to leave Wilshere out of the European Championship squad. He went to France despite the fact he had played just there times for Arsenal, with two of those appearances coming off the bench. .......Read more here.....
June 17, 2016 by
Arsenal and England midfielder Jack Wilshere was an unused substitute in England’s 2-1 win over Wales (Euro 2016 Group B), but could find himself in contention of playing in the Three Lions’ final group game given how disappointing Tottenham Hotspur’s Dele Alli has been so far.
Wilshere was given around 15 minutes of playing time in England’s opening game draw against Russia and was praised by manager Roy Hodgson for providing a similar creative threat as Wayne Rooney, the man he replaced in the second-half. Wilshere is a known favourite of Hodgson’s, and the need to retain possession could make the Arsenal man a better fit with how Alli’s struggling to enforce himself. .......Read more here.....
June 08, 2016 by
According to BBC Sport, Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy has told Arsenal that he will decide upon his club future after this summer’s European Championships. Arsenal triggered a £20M release clause attached to his contract, and the 29-year-old has reportedly been offered a deal worth around £120K-a-week.
However, with Vardy recently travelling to France to represent the England national team in this summer’s 2016 European Championship, the player’s representatives have told Arsenal that the proposed deal won’t be complete until after the tournament. England manager Roy Hodgson was public in his criticism for domestic affairs disrupting preparation for the tournament. .......Read more here.....
June 03, 2016 by
Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere came off the bench for England in Thursday’s 1-0 win over Portugal, and delivered a bright showing at Wembley to push his case for starting in the Euro 2016 opener against Russia. The 24-year-old played a part in the winning goal, laying the ball for Raheem Sterling to cross for Chris Smalling, and was typically comfortable on the ball.
Wilshere has featured in all three of England’s international friendlies ahead of this summer’s European Championships, and has boosted his match fitness in the last few weeks to be in good condition for the Russia clash. The Gunners playmaker still doesn’t know what his role will be in the side, as there’s stiff competition for places, but he’s done no harm to his cause so far. .......Read more here.....
May 25, 2016 by
Arsenal central midfielder Jack Wilshere is in England’s 26 man provisional squad for Euro 2016. The 24-year-old has been talked about as the future of the Three Lions midfield for a long time, but he has struggled to stay fit throughout his career.
Only made three appearances this season
As we all know Jack Wilshere has had an injury-plagued career so far for Arsenal. It seems he has spent more time on the sidelines than the pitch. His inability to stay injury-free has been displayed perfectly this season by the fact that Wilshere has made just three Premier League appearances and only one of those was a start. .......Read more here.....
April 25, 2016 by
Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere admits he has been delighted to finally make the long-awaited return from injury as he made his first appearance of the 2015/2016 season in the goalless draw against Sunderland at the Stadium of Light.
The England starlet worked really hard in an attempt to put the injury nightmare behind him and he was rewarded with a substitute appearance in the 0-0 draw with Sunderland, as he came on as a late substitute for Mesut Ozil.
Wilshere looked lively in the closing stages of the game, and he obviously hopes to secure more playing time between now and the end of the season. .......Read more here.....
March 27, 2016 by
England came back from two goals down against world champions Germany to win 3-2 in Berlin last night. The only member of the Arsenal team to feature was Danny Welbeck who started on the wing and was replaced by Jamie Vardy, who scored the equaliser to make it 2-2.
A number of Arsenal players have been regular members of the England squad in recent years, but the likes of Kieran Gibbs, Jack Wilshere, Theo Walcott and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain are in big danger of missing Euro 2016.
In danger of missing out .......Read more here.....