Arsenal: Aaron Ramsey Is Back In The Squad, Confirms Wenger

Aaron Ramsey and Coquelin will be available for the game against Queens Park Rangers while Wilshere still needs some more time to heal. As Arsenal travel to Loftus Road to face local rivals Queens Park Rangers, Arsene Wenger revealed that Ramsey has returned to fitness and is back in the squad. The manager also said that he believes Coquelin will be available for the game, though it will be confirmed by the medical staff on Wednesday morning. He said: “Aaron Ramsey is back in the squad. From Sunday against Everton, I don’t think we lost anybody. We have to check Francis Coquelin with the medical people this morning in training to see whether he’ll be available or not, but there’s no obvious reason why he should not be available.” Wenger also spoke about Flamini and Jack Wilshere’s progress and assured that both the midfielders are close to complete recovery. While the Arsenal boss said that Flamini will miss two more […] Read more »

Pochettino's side crashed to another home defeat

Tottenham Hotspur: Pochettino disappointed by the result, but proud of the players

Tottenham Hotspur fell to a 2-0 defeat to Chelsea in the Capital One Cup final on Sunday. Mauricio Pochettino feels disappointed with the result against Chelsea in the Capital One Cup final, but also maintained that he feels proud of his players and their performance. “We’re all disappointed about the result but at the same time, I’m proud of our players,” added Mauricio. “We fought and played our hearts out on the pitch. “I’m also disappointed for our supporters, they were brilliant. “We always tried to go forward and showed real character. “In football you always need to have luck. Today, we were much better than Chelsea in the first half but we conceded a goal in the last minute. “In the second half, we needed to take a risk and when you play against Chelsea, one of the best teams in the world, they are in a comfortable situation when they play on the counter-attack. “We always pushed, we […] Read more »

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Arsenal: There Would Certainly Be Changes For The Visit Of Everton, Says Wenger

Arsene Wenger confirmed that there will certainly be changes for the visit of Everton to the Arsenal side that struggled against Monaco. Arsenal host Everton on Sunday, in a match where the home has a chance to go third in the Premier League race. Apart from strengthening their position in the league, a win against Everton will also help Arsenal to recover from their home defeat against Monaco in the first-leg of the Champions League round-of-16 game. Arsenal manager, Arsene Wenger, in his pre-match conference, revealed that there would certainly be changes to the side that came up against Monaco. We saw the Arsenal defence doing a sorry job in the game against Monaco, leaving too much space to allow the opposition to attack against the run of play. Wenger could look at giving Gabriel Paulista a chance, to display his skills in the defence on Sunday. Mathieu Debuchy is suffering from a shoulder injury and will remain sidelined. The […] Read more »