I'm sure that a lot of Arsenal fans thought they would be seeing a lot more of the young England international Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain once he had returned from injury. I know that I did. However, with all the problems the Gunners have had this season, I could also understand why Arsene Wenger was cautious in [.
I can understand and sympathise with a lot of Arsenal fans, who have become so frustrated with the constant injury problems that have hampered the playing career of Gunners midfielder Abou Diaby. Only 20 games and no goals since the summer 0f 2011, means that many fans will have forgotten what Diaby is like.
It is about time that Arsenal started to have some good news on the injury front and it is very timely as well. After a punishing two hours of football and penalties at Wembley, the Gunners had to dig deep against a physical and hard working West Ham side, so Arsene Wenger will be glad [...]
If only Arsenal could have had a slightly smaller injury list this season, who knows what we could have been fighting for now. One of the worst aspects of the Gunners' injury problems this season has been losing so many of our key players in the middle of the park at the same time. So [...]
No matter what you think of Arsenal's season and where the blame lies for Arsenal slipping from a Premier League title winning campaign to the usual fight for fourth spot, Arsene Wenger and the Gunners have five league games and an FA cup final to navigate and they need the fans fully behind them. A [.
Everyone at Arsenal will certainly have received a boost by getting into the FA cup final with a penalty shootout win over Wigan Athletic, but there is now a Premier League run-in to focus on and the Gunners could really do with another boost from some of our injured players. And we may even get [...
I am not sure if it is just me, but judging from the comments from Arsenal fans over the week I don"t think so, but the crushing despair and worry that followed last weekend's tame display at Everton has slowly been replaced by excitement and growing confidence in the last few days. I really hope [..
Are you sitting down Arsenal fans? Because I have a shock for you; Arsenal have got big injury problems for this weekend's crucial FA cup semi-final against Wigan. Surprised? No I didn't think so. This is beyond deja vu, as every week we seem to be sweating on the fitness of a few players, not [...]
Wenger questions player's use of drugs! Whilst drug tests searching for illegal substance misuse in the professional game is becoming an ever increasingly high profile topic, it has never really been a problem for Arsenal. But maybe it is the use of legal drugs that has been causing the club a problem this season.
I think that Arsene Wenger has shown remarkable forbearance this season by not blaming all of the problems Arsenal have faced on bad luck. The Frenchman has not moaned too much about the awful decisions from referees that have cost us valuable points, except maybe the Szczesny red card against Bayern Munich.
Why is Ozil taking so long to come back? by Ash Arsenal's Â£42 million man Mesut Ozil has arguably failed to live up to his expectation since coming to the Premier League. At first he was a revelation to Arsenal football club. I have not seen a player be so widely accepted by all fans [...]
Finally we have an injury story that is not about Arsenal and their players, although it could have a significant impact on the Gunners' season. Although Arsenal are still the Premier League team with the most players on the sidelines, our weekend opponents Everton are not far behind and could be without two of their [.
This is the news that every Arsenal fan has been waiting for since the start of the year. Aaron Ramsey, the player who was voted as Player of the Month by Gooners for the first four months of the season, Super Aaron Ramsey, is back in the Arsenal squad to face Everton on Sunday. Arsene [...]
After what happened a month or so ago, there is no way that Arsenal Football Club will be taking many risks with the young Welsh midfield star Aaron Ramsey. But everyone connected with the Gunners will have their fingers crossed that Ramsey's race to be ready to face Wigan Athletic at Wembley in 10 days [.
Arsenal may need to hand out photos to all the stewards and some of the players ahead of training on Tuesday, other wise Abou Diaby could be thrown off the site. The tall Frenchman has been away from a football pitch for so long that people could be forgiven for forgetting what he looks like. [...]
Stop blaming injuries! by Big Gun Every season we have the same misfortunes and somehow or the other we find every single excuse to try and avoid the following obvious fact. Every single club in the world has to deal with injuries. Some fans make it sound like it is only Arsenal that has to [...]
Arsenal fans need to remain patient on Ramsey return by Ash On a week that has been pretty disappointing so far for the Gunners, with a humiliating 6-0 defeat at Stamford Bridge against Chelsea, and then another poor performance on Tuesday, this time against Swansea City in the league, Arsenal will be hoping that the [.
Arsenal fans can debate all day about whether this season has been a shocking failure or the closest the Gunners have come to winning the title for many years. And we all have our own theories about what positions need strengthening and who Arsene Wenger should be targeting in the summer transfer market, but I [.
Well Arsenal could certainly do with a bit of good news after an embarrassing mauling against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge. And there is no time for Arsene Wenger and the players to lick their wounds, because we have Tottenham, Everton and Man United closing in on us for a fourth place finish and the final [.
Amidst all the awful performances by the Arsenal players and the terrible 6-0 defeat to the worst possible manager on the worst possible day, referee Andre Marriner took some of the heat off Arsenal by making a lughably poor decision to send Kieran Gibbs off for handball when it should have been Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain.
Well at last Arsenal get a bit if good news on the injury front. One of our players is actually due back from the treatment table earlier than usual. And boy could we do with him. Jack Wilshere, who joined his midfield team-mates on the sidelines after a heavy tackle by Liverpool defender Daniel Agger [.
Ozil is proud to be a Gunner! by Ash No matter what you want to think about Mesut Ozil at the moment there are two things you cannot take away from him. His desire to play and perhaps rather surprisingly, a true passion for Arsenal. Mesut Ozil has always spoken highly of Arsenal since the [...]
Parlour on Ramsey by Ash In the latest of reports surrounding Arsenal star Aaron Ramsey this week, former Gunner and current Arsenal legend Ray Parlour has revealed how he believes Ramsey can become as good as Liverpool and England captain Steven Gerrard. The young Welshman is a slightly different type of player to Gerrard but [.
Wilshere's injury isn't improving! by Ash Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere sustained an injury to his foot a couple of weeks ago and initially it wasn't well reported on when he would have been expected to return. The seriousness of the injury was left unknown, as it so often is with Arsenal and once again it [.
More to expect from Aaron Ramsey by Ash With the form Arsenal and Wales international midfielder, Aaron Ramsey, has shown this season, it's difficult to understand what more we could imagine of the player once he makes his long anticipated return to the pitch. Ramsey has shown everything from speed and skill to volleys and [.
With all the problems that Arsenal have had to cope with this season, with lengthy spells on the sidelines for Theo Walcott, Aaron Ramsey, Jack Wilshere, Mesut Ozil, the Ox and more, it is easy to forget that the Gunners also have the French international midfielder on the treatment table, but maybe not for much [.
It looks like Lukas Podolski is finally set to get a good run of games for Arsenal and a chance to stake his claim for more regular starts in the side. Arsene Wenger pretty much has to play the German striker because there is no one else left to fill the role. 21-year old Ryo [...]
I have wondered at times this season whether Arsenal have had a curse of some sort placed on them. The incessant problems the Gunners have faced with injuries this season has been hard to believe and has probably scuppered what was looking like being a brilliant title winning campaign. Eyebrows and questions have started to [.
With Arsenal groaning under the weight of a growing injury list and heading to White Hart Lane for a game which could see them rejoin the title race or get sucked into a fight for fourth place, Arsene Wenger has delivered some very welcome news to Arsenal fans in his pre-match press conference. Three of [.
I have got a funny feeling of deja vu writing this, probably because Arsenal seem to have an injury crisis every bloody week. The number of casualties this week is eight, according to the official website, but that list does not include the January loan signing Kim Kallstrom, who although he is back in training [.
As if a Champions League game away to the current holders Bayern Munich was not a daunting enough task, Arsenal may have to attempt it without some key players. Arsene Wenger is already having to cope without Theo Walcott, Aaron Ramsey< kim Kallstrom and Jack Wilshere and now he could have a serious problem in [.
I am used to seeing stupid and misinformed stuff about Arsenal in the media, but today seemed to hit a new low. A spectacularly blinkered and idiotic article in the Metro lays the blame for the injury Jack Wilshere suffered in the England game against Denmark, not at the feet of Daniel Agger who made [.
Ramsey to return stronger than ever! by Ash With the news that Aaron Ramsey has returned to training with the Arsenal first team and will no doubt soon be back on the pitch, it dampens any lasting concerns surrounding the recent injury crisis to Jack Wilshere. But with the Welshman having been out of action [.
Why Wilshere's injury isn't a major blow to Arsenal by Ash Although the title may seem a bit strange, a little bit of analytical thinking will suggest just why Jack Wilshere's latest injury may prove to be not as bad for Arsenal as everyone seems to think. Wilshere at his best is an awesome sight, [.
I just can't believe it! Another seemingly innocuous injury to an Arsenal player ends up leading to another long spell on the sidelines. This time it is Jack Wilshere who is facing six weeks out of action. The 22-year old took what looked like a painful blow to the top of his foot from Denmark [...]
It has been the story of the season for Arsenal; injuries, injuries and more injuries. And with a lot of the Gunners involved in international friendly games last night, there was always the possibility that Arsenal would be hit again. As well as Jack Wilshere taking a painful whack to his foot, which could bruise, [.
The questions and doubts about Arsenal and their medical staff will not be helped by the revelation that Mesut Ozil's latest injury was picked up in the first few minutes of the game against Bayern Munich, yet our most expensive player was not withdrawn until halftime. Wenger even said in his press conference that it [.
Why Ramsey will win us silverware this season by KJ Most Arsenal fans will be on a high at the moment, not because of Saturday's result but because of yesterday's result. With Wigan knocking out Manchester City, there is a massive chance for Arsenal to finally end their trophy drought with two Championship teams and [.
Positive injury news on Jack Wilshere! Whilst there are some recent disappointments on the injury front upon hearing that neither Mesut Ozil nor Laurent Koscienly will be available for this weekend's semi final cup clash against Wigan Athletic, it is good news that they will soon be returning to the fold in a week at [.