Cazorla could return after Christmas — Wenger

11 Septembre, 2017, 14:51 | Auteur: Mathilde Kaplan
  • Cazorla could return after Christmas — Wenger

Because I love the values of this club.

Midfielder Santi Cazorla has returned to light running for the first time since having surgery on his right ankle.

Wenger insisted he plans to field a strong team against their German opposition despite the prospect of a trip to Chelsea on Super Sunday, live on Sky Sports Premier League.

The club is unrecognisable to the one that used to be envied for how it conducted its business.

Record signing Alexandre Lacazette doubled the lead on 27 minutes, bending a shot past Asmir Begovic from the edge of the area. "But for 10 per cent of players, they can choose where they want and they will make a great career", Wenger said.

Howe's focus now remains on Bournemouth as he attempts to improve on last season's impressive ninth place finish.

"The interpretation of the attitudes is always very dangerous".

Bournemouth's next opponents are south-coast rivals Brighton and Hove Albion, fresh from their first Premier League win after beating West Bromwich Albion 3-1. "I didn't see what I wanted to see".

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It was a much-needed win for Arsenal, following their poor start to the season in August.

"The fact that Francis (Coquelin) is now out gives him a chance as well". I don't know why [there were jeers]. "He's not far from that".

Under-fire Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has been dealt a blow with news that key ally and transfer negotiator Dick Law is to leave the troubled Premier League giants.

Bournemouth started the second half with more intent as Jermain Defoe headed against a post, only for Arsenal to go down the other end and wrap up the points. The answer was 'yes'.

"We were a bit passive, too reactive".

Troopz believes Ozil was out of line with his comments, and the German should spend less time typing and more time performing on the pitch. It was a serious performance.

Wenger reiterated his calls for the transfer window to be shut before the season begins across Europe, saying allowing uncertainty over the futures of key players to spill over into the start of the season was hurting the game.