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25 September, 2017, 00:15 | Author: Lula Armstrong
  • Record Signing Lacazette not yet ready for 90 minutes, Says Wenger

Arsene Wenger has insisted that the Champions League isn't as good as it used to be as Arsenal prepare for their second Europa League match on Thursday (via The Telegraph).

"There is no disguised attitude on my side [over the selection policy]". I thought he was still a bit short physically on Sunday [at Chelsea] and I played him against Doncaster to give him more competition. "I gave him a long holiday [this summer] and after that long holiday - this year he had a real rest - he came back not really fit".

Jonathan Pearce: "There was far more fuss in the West Midlands about the Eurovision Song Contest won by Dana International in Birmingham that week in 1998 than there was about the Premier League debut in an Aston Villa shirt of 17-year-old Gareth Barry".

"I like the fact that he can play in tight areas, that he turns the game forwards, that he's very mobile", Wenger told club's website.

"With the amount of transfer levels and the expected amount of contracts the players want, you will have more and more players going into the final year of their contract", he added. Wenger confirmed Alexis Sanchez is edging back to match fitness after his recent recovery from injury and declared the visitors will be hard to break down.


"In one game I go with three strikers, the three that don't play will play midweek, no matter the competition".

'For a young players it's important to have people around you other than yourself.

"I've said many times, it's down to whether he can remain fit", the Frenchman said.

Arsenal will take on West Bromwich Albion in the Premier League on Monday night.

It is probably nothing more than a coincidence that Arsenal and Chelsea played in the Premier League recently nearly an exact year from what many people see as the turning point in last season´s race to the EPL title.

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