Mesut Özil

20 Feb 19
Sam Tonks

If you follow Mesut Ozil on Instagram, you would think everything is merry in North London. Making sure he posts pictures of him smiling in training or ‘working hard in the gym’, whilst quoting legends of the club like Dennis Bergkamp, bringing adulation from his most adored fans. However, go back to last Thursday and […]

20 Feb 19
Positively Arsenal

So an early start with a 5.55 P.M. kick off against the mighty Bate Borisov. Talking about mighty powers, I see the AST have written an open letter to EUFA complaining about the  K.O. time. Well I’m sure EUFA are shaking in their boots as the full force of the Arsenal fans are turned on […]

20 Feb 19
24hourspay

Arsenal will consider cashing in on Alexandre Lacazette this summer in order to reinvest in other areas of the squad, according to reports. The Frenchman, who joined Arsenal from Lyon in 2017 for a fee of around £52million, is a popular figure at the Emirates and has 12 goals in 33 appearances this term for […]

20 Feb 19
24hourspay

Ozil has made 18 Arsenal appearances in all competitions this season Arsenal manager Unai Emery says “the key is in Mesut Ozil’s hands” as the midfielder tries to regain his first-team place. Ozil, 30, is the Gunners’ highest-paid player, having signed a £350,000-a-week contract in 2018, but has started only 13 of 26 league games […]

20 Feb 19
The Irish Sun
ARSENAL BOSS Unai Emery has warned Mesut Ozil that he needs to cut out sick days and overcome his injury problems if he wants to break back into his starting line-up. The German midfielder has missed 12 games this season with a variety of complaints including back spasms and nagging illnesses to the exasperation of his manager. Emery has warned Ozil that he needs to cut out sick days if he wants to play Former Gunners Arsene Wenger admitted earlier this week the 30-year-old may have fallen into “his comfort zone” after signing a “lucrative” £350,000-a-week contract. Despite the deal making him Arsenal’s best-paid player, Ozil has regularly been left out of Emery’s matchday squads for what the Spaniard described as “tactical reasons.” Ozil, who escaped to Turkey for a getaway last week, sat down with the Gunners boss and was told that Emery wanted to see greater effort from him in training. Emery said: “First, mostly, the key is in his hand. And he is working very well this week. I ask him in our conversations to be consistent. The 30-year-old has impressed in training this week Ozil has started just once for the Gunners since Boxing Day “To be available for us training. When you can train with regularity, consistency, you can help us after in the games. “Now I think this week is good for all the players because we are in an important moment for the season. “I am looking at him in the training like we want. I know he wants. But he needs to be consistent, be available for training, for the matches. “Without the injuries, without being sick. Like that, I think we can see the best Mesut with us.” [article-rail-topic title=”Latest Arsenal News” term_id=”13968″ posts_number=”6″ /] Ozil is in line for a recall to the first-team squad after his latest bout of illness ruled him out of Arsenal’s 1-0 loss to BATE in the first leg of their Europa League clash. However, Emery will be unable to call upon the suspended Alexandre Lacazette after the striker saw red late on but Aaron Ramsey is fit following a knee injury. Ainsley Maitland-Niles missed training today due to sickness and Danny Welbeck (ankle), Hector Bellerin and Rob Holding (both knee) remain sidelined. [bc_video video_id=”6003888078001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says Mesut Ozil is ‘playing in his comfort zone’ and was given too long a contract”]
20 Feb 19
The Scottish Sun
ARSENAL BOSS Unai Emery has warned Mesut Ozil that he needs to cut out sick days and overcome his injury problems if he wants to break back into his starting line-up. The German midfielder has missed 12 games this season with a variety of complaints including back spasms and nagging illnesses to the exasperation of his manager. Emery has warned Ozil that he needs to cut out sick days if he wants to play Former Gunners Arsene Wenger admitted earlier this week the 30-year-old may have fallen into “his comfort zone” after signing a “lucrative” £350,000-a-week contract. Despite the deal making him Arsenal’s best-paid player, Ozil has regularly been left out of Emery’s matchday squads for what the Spaniard described as “tactical reasons.” Ozil, who escaped to Turkey for a getaway last week, sat down with the Gunners boss and was told that Emery wanted to see greater effort from him in training. Emery said: “First, mostly, the key is in his hand. And he is working very well this week. I ask him in our conversations to be consistent. The 30-year-old has impressed in training this week Ozil has started just once for the Gunners since Boxing Day “To be available for us training. When you can train with regularity, consistency, you can help us after in the games. “Now I think this week is good for all the players because we are in an important moment for the season. “I am looking at him in the training like we want. I know he wants. But he needs to be consistent, be available for training, for the matches. “Without the injuries, without being sick. Like that, I think we can see the best Mesut with us.” [article-rail-topic title=”Latest Arsenal News” term_id=”13968″ posts_number=”6″ /] Ozil is in line for a recall to the first-team squad after his latest bout of illness ruled him out of Arsenal’s 1-0 loss to BATE in the first leg of their Europa League clash. However, Emery will be unable to call upon the suspended Alexandre Lacazette after the striker saw red late on but Aaron Ramsey is fit following a knee injury. Ainsley Maitland-Niles missed training today due to sickness and Danny Welbeck (ankle), Hector Bellerin and Rob Holding (both knee) remain sidelined. [bc_video video_id=”6003888078001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says Mesut Ozil is ‘playing in his comfort zone’ and was given too long a contract”]
20 Feb 19
The Sun
ARSENAL BOSS Unai Emery has warned Mesut Ozil that he needs to cut out sick days and overcome his injury problems if he wants to break back into his starting line-up. The German midfielder has missed 12 games this season with a variety of complaints including back spasms and nagging illnesses to the exasperation of his manager. Emery has warned Ozil that he needs to cut out sick days if he wants to play Former Gunners Arsene Wenger admitted earlier this week the 30-year-old may have fallen into “his comfort zone” after signing a “lucrative” £350,000-a-week contract. Despite the deal making him Arsenal’s best-paid player, Ozil has regularly been left out of Emery’s matchday squads for what the Spaniard described as “tactical reasons.” Ozil, who escaped to Turkey for a getaway last week, sat down with the Gunners boss and was told that Emery wanted to see greater effort from him in training. Emery said: “First, mostly, the key is in his hand. And he is working very well this week. I ask him in our conversations to be consistent. The 30-year-old has impressed in training this week Ozil has started just once for the Gunners since Boxing Day “To be available for us training. When you can train with regularity, consistency, you can help us after in the games. “Now I think this week is good for all the players because we are in an important moment for the season. “I am looking at him in the training like we want. I know he wants. But he needs to be consistent, be available for training, for the matches. “Without the injuries, without being sick. Like that, I think we can see the best Mesut with us.” [article-rail-topic title=”Latest Arsenal News” term_id=”13968″ posts_number=”6″ /] Ozil is in line for a recall to the first-team squad after his latest bout of illness ruled him out of Arsenal’s 1-0 loss to BATE in the first leg of their Europa League clash. However, Emery will be unable to call upon the suspended Alexandre Lacazette after the striker saw red late on but Aaron Ramsey is fit following a knee injury. Ainsley Maitland-Niles missed training today due to sickness and Danny Welbeck (ankle), Hector Bellerin and Rob Holding (both knee) remain sidelined. [bc_video video_id=”6003888078001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says Mesut Ozil is ‘playing in his comfort zone’ and was given too long a contract”]
20 Feb 19
The Sun
CARL JENKINSON is the highest-paid player per minute at Arsenal this season – with Matteo Guendouzi the lowest. The out-of-favour right-back, 27, is raking in an incredible £23,226 per single minute of Premier League action in 2018-19. Jenkinson is Arsenal’s top earner in terms of money earned per minutes played Meanwhile, tireless midfielder Guendouzi, 19, comparatively only takes home £688-a-minute, according to research from TheSportsman.com. Jenkinson has played just 31 minutes in the top flight this term, a far cry from Guendouzi’s 1,556. The discrepancy between the highest and lowest per minute earners at Arsenal is even more than that of Manchester United. At Old Trafford, Marcus Rashford is the lowest-paid star at £767 per minute – while top-earner Alexis Sanchez earns close to £16,000 per minute. Matteo Guendouzi can consider himself somewhat hard done by [boxout headline=”Premier League earnings: Winners and losers”] Highest paid per-minute:   Pape Souare – £630,000 (£30,000 a week, played 1 minute) Scott Dann – £480,000 (£60,000 a week, played 1 minute ) Georges-Kevin Nkoudou – £218,750 (£35,000 a week, played 4 minutes) Gary Cahill – £123,810 (£100,000 a week, played 21 minutes) Davide Zappacosta – £101,111 (£70,000 a week, played 18 minutes) Lowest paid per-minute:   Declan Rice – £38 (£3,000 a week, played 2,026 minutes) Denis Odoi – £109 (£8,900 a week, played 2,115 minutes) Matt Doherty – £117 (£10,000 a week, played 2,219 minutes) Ryan Sessegnon – £142 (£8,000 a week, played 1,462 minutes) Sol Bamba – £162 (£14,000 a week, played 2,250 minutes) [/boxout] But easily the biggest shock comes out of Chelsea – with Danny Drinkwater earning £2million already this season, despite not playing a single minute. Nine other Premier League stars have shattered the £1m-barrier through not playing too, including Simon Mignolet and Eliaquim Mangala. Despite Jenkinson’s sky-high £23,226-a-minute tally, he’s by no means the biggest winner in the Prem this season. Crystal Palace star Pape Souare has earned £630,000 per minute, having played just ONE minute this season on his £30,000-a-week wages. [bc_video video_id=”6004534043001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Aubameyang, Guendouzi and Lacazette dance in Arsenal training as Emery’s star battle to save Europa League dream “] [article-rail-topic title=”MORE ARSENAL STORIES” term_id=”880″ posts_number=”12″ /] Matteo Guendouzi has played over 1,500 Prem minutes this season Scott Dann has earned £480,000 for his sole minute in the league this season – while Georges-Kevin Nkoudou has raked in £218,750 per minute at Tottenham. And Guendouzi is not the most hard done by either – thanks to Declan Rice. Earning just £3,000 per week before his pay boost in December and having played 2,026 Prem minutes in 2018-19, Rice is technically earning just £38-a-minute. Denis Odoi has earned £109 for each of his 2,215 minutes played, while five other players including Ryan Sessegnon and Aaron Wan-Bissaka earn under £200 per minute. [bc_video video_id=”6003888078001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says Mesut Ozil is ‘playing in his comfort zone’ and was given too long a contract”]
20 Feb 19
The Scottish Sun
CARL JENKINSON is the highest-paid player per minute at Arsenal this season – with Matteo Guendouzi the lowest. The out-of-favour right-back, 27, is raking in an incredible £23,226 per single minute of Premier League action in 2018-19. Jenkinson is Arsenal’s top earner in terms of money earned per minutes played Meanwhile, tireless midfielder Guendouzi, 19, comparatively only takes home £688-a-minute, according to research from TheSportsman.com. Jenkinson has played just 31 minutes in the top flight this term, a far cry from Guendouzi’s 1,556. The discrepancy between the highest and lowest per minute earners at Arsenal is even more than that of Manchester United. At Old Trafford, Marcus Rashford is the lowest-paid star at £767 per minute – while top-earner Alexis Sanchez earns close to £16,000 per minute. Matteo Guendouzi can consider himself somewhat hard done by [boxout headline=”Premier League earnings: Winners and losers”] Highest paid per-minute:   Pape Souare – £630,000 (£30,000 a week, played 1 minute) Scott Dann – £480,000 (£60,000 a week, played 1 minute ) Georges-Kevin Nkoudou – £218,750 (£35,000 a week, played 4 minutes) Gary Cahill – £123,810 (£100,000 a week, played 21 minutes) Davide Zappacosta – £101,111 (£70,000 a week, played 18 minutes) Lowest paid per-minute:   Declan Rice – £38 (£3,000 a week, played 2,026 minutes) Denis Odoi – £109 (£8,900 a week, played 2,115 minutes) Matt Doherty – £117 (£10,000 a week, played 2,219 minutes) Ryan Sessegnon – £142 (£8,000 a week, played 1,462 minutes) Sol Bamba – £162 (£14,000 a week, played 2,250 minutes) [/boxout] But easily the biggest shock comes out of Chelsea – with Danny Drinkwater earning £2million already this season, despite not playing a single minute. Nine other Premier League stars have shattered the £1m-barrier through not playing too, including Simon Mignolet and Eliaquim Mangala. Despite Jenkinson’s sky-high £23,226-a-minute tally, he’s by no means the biggest winner in the Prem this season. Crystal Palace star Pape Souare has earned £630,000 per minute, having played just ONE minute this season on his £30,000-a-week wages. [bc_video video_id=”6004534043001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Aubameyang, Guendouzi and Lacazette dance in Arsenal training as Emery’s star battle to save Europa League dream “] [article-rail-topic title=”MORE ARSENAL STORIES” term_id=”880″ posts_number=”12″ /] Matteo Guendouzi has played over 1,500 Prem minutes this season Scott Dann has earned £480,000 for his sole minute in the league this season – while Georges-Kevin Nkoudou has raked in £218,750 per minute at Tottenham. And Guendouzi is not the most hard done by either – thanks to Declan Rice. Earning just £3,000 per week before his pay boost in December and having played 2,026 Prem minutes in 2018-19, Rice is technically earning just £38-a-minute. Denis Odoi has earned £109 for each of his 2,215 minutes played, while five other players including Ryan Sessegnon and Aaron Wan-Bissaka earn under £200 per minute. [bc_video video_id=”6003888078001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says Mesut Ozil is ‘playing in his comfort zone’ and was given too long a contract”]
20 Feb 19
The Irish Sun
CARL JENKINSON is the highest-paid player per minute at Arsenal this season – with Matteo Guendouzi the lowest. The out-of-favour right-back, 27, is raking in an incredible £23,226 per single minute of Premier League action in 2018-19. Jenkinson is Arsenal’s top earner in terms of money earned per minutes played Meanwhile, tireless midfielder Guendouzi, 19, comparatively only takes home £688-a-minute, according to research from TheSportsman.com. Jenkinson has played just 31 minutes in the top flight this term, a far cry from Guendouzi’s 1,556. The discrepancy between the highest and lowest per minute earners at Arsenal is even more than that of Manchester United. At Old Trafford, Marcus Rashford is the lowest-paid star at £767 per minute – while top-earner Alexis Sanchez earns close to £16,000 per minute. Matteo Guendouzi can consider himself somewhat hard done by [boxout headline=”Premier League earnings: Winners and losers”] Highest paid per-minute:   Pape Souare – £630,000 (£30,000 a week, played 1 minute) Scott Dann – £480,000 (£60,000 a week, played 1 minute ) Georges-Kevin Nkoudou – £218,750 (£35,000 a week, played 4 minutes) Gary Cahill – £123,810 (£100,000 a week, played 21 minutes) Davide Zappacosta – £101,111 (£70,000 a week, played 18 minutes) Lowest paid per-minute:   Declan Rice – £38 (£3,000 a week, played 2,026 minutes) Denis Odoi – £109 (£8,900 a week, played 2,115 minutes) Matt Doherty – £117 (£10,000 a week, played 2,219 minutes) Ryan Sessegnon – £142 (£8,000 a week, played 1,462 minutes) Sol Bamba – £162 (£14,000 a week, played 2,250 minutes) [/boxout] But easily the biggest shock comes out of Chelsea – with Danny Drinkwater earning £2million already this season, despite not playing a single minute. Nine other Premier League stars have shattered the £1m-barrier through not playing too, including Simon Mignolet and Eliaquim Mangala. Despite Jenkinson’s sky-high £23,226-a-minute tally, he’s by no means the biggest winner in the Prem this season. Crystal Palace star Pape Souare has earned £630,000 per minute, having played just ONE minute this season on his £30,000-a-week wages. [bc_video video_id=”6004534043001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Aubameyang, Guendouzi and Lacazette dance in Arsenal training as Emery’s star battle to save Europa League dream “] [article-rail-topic title=”MORE ARSENAL STORIES” term_id=”880″ posts_number=”12″ /] Matteo Guendouzi has played over 1,500 Prem minutes this season Scott Dann has earned £480,000 for his sole minute in the league this season – while Georges-Kevin Nkoudou has raked in £218,750 per minute at Tottenham. And Guendouzi is not the most hard done by either – thanks to Declan Rice. Earning just £3,000 per week before his pay boost in December and having played 2,026 Prem minutes in 2018-19, Rice is technically earning just £38-a-minute. Denis Odoi has earned £109 for each of his 2,215 minutes played, while five other players including Ryan Sessegnon and Aaron Wan-Bissaka earn under £200 per minute. [bc_video video_id=”6003888078001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says Mesut Ozil is ‘playing in his comfort zone’ and was given too long a contract”]
20 Feb 19
The Scottish Sun
MESUT OZIL’S opportunity to win Unai Emery over may have arrived. Arsenal, without the suspended Alexandre Lacazette, are in need of a hero for Thursday night’s must-win clash with BATE Borisov at the Emirates. Unai Emery’s first season at Arsenal could hinge on the Europa League and Thursday’s clash with BATE Borisov The Belarusian champions shocked the Gunners with a 1-0 home win last week in the first leg of their Europa League round of 32 tie. Emery, the Europa League specialist, must see the competition as a potential back door to next season’s Champions League. And so the Spaniard will consider whether to trust Ozil for the crucial clash. Aaron Ramsey and Sokratis Papastathopoulos are available but Emery could be without Ainsley Maitland-Niles due to illness, with Stephan Lichtsteiner ready to step in. OPTION A: With Alexandre Lacazette suspended, Mesut Ozil could come into the starting line-up Ozil could be the hero Emery and Arsenal need after losing the first leg in Belarus Ainsley Maitland-Niles is a doubt due to sickness Arsenal are only one point off fourth-place Man United in the Premier League, but Ole Gunnar Solskjaer looks to have turned the Red Devils into top-four certainties. Arsenal’s season may end up hinge on tonight’s game. So the former Sevilla boss may take no risks with his selection, seeing Bernd Leno as a possible replacement for cup keeper Petr Cech. The industrial Lucas Torreira could return to the team after starting on the bench last week. OPTION B: Emery may opt for his strongest XI without Ozil and playing Bernd Leno [article-rail-topic title=”LATEST ARSENAL NEWS” term_id=”880″ posts_number=”8″ /] And Ramsey may prove to be the departing hero again as he prepares for his Gunners swansong. Regardless of his team selection, Emery believes the Emirates crowd can play their part. He said: “If we can create a big atmosphere tomorrow, then it is very important. “The supporters want to watch our team play with the best performance possible.” [bc_video video_id=”6004534043001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Aubameyang, Guendouzi and Lacazette dance in Arsenal training as Emery’s star battle to save Europa League dream “]
20 Feb 19
The Irish Sun
MESUT OZIL’S opportunity to win Unai Emery over may have arrived. Arsenal, without the suspended Alexandre Lacazette, are in need of a hero for Thursday night’s must-win clash with BATE Borisov at the Emirates. Unai Emery’s first season at Arsenal could hinge on the Europa League and Thursday’s clash with BATE Borisov The Belarusian champions shocked the Gunners with a 1-0 home win last week in the first leg of their Europa League round of 32 tie. Emery, the Europa League specialist, must see the competition as a potential back door to next season’s Champions League. And so the Spaniard will consider whether to trust Ozil for the crucial clash. Aaron Ramsey and Sokratis Papastathopoulos are available but Emery could be without Ainsley Maitland-Niles due to illness, with Stephan Lichtsteiner ready to step in. OPTION A: With Alexandre Lacazette suspended, Mesut Ozil could come into the starting line-up Ozil could be the hero Emery and Arsenal need after losing the first leg in Belarus Ainsley Maitland-Niles is a doubt due to sickness Arsenal are only one point off fourth-place Man United in the Premier League, but Ole Gunnar Solskjaer looks to have turned the Red Devils into top-four certainties. Arsenal’s season may end up hinge on tonight’s game. So the former Sevilla boss may take no risks with his selection, seeing Bernd Leno as a possible replacement for cup keeper Petr Cech. The industrial Lucas Torreira could return to the team after starting on the bench last week. OPTION B: Emery may opt for his strongest XI without Ozil and playing Bernd Leno [article-rail-topic title=”LATEST ARSENAL NEWS” term_id=”880″ posts_number=”8″ /] And Ramsey may prove to be the departing hero again as he prepares for his Gunners swansong. Regardless of his team selection, Emery believes the Emirates crowd can play their part. He said: “If we can create a big atmosphere tomorrow, then it is very important. “The supporters want to watch our team play with the best performance possible.” [bc_video video_id=”6004534043001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Aubameyang, Guendouzi and Lacazette dance in Arsenal training as Emery’s star battle to save Europa League dream “]
20 Feb 19
Latest Football News

Following their Europa League defeat at BATE Borisov, ESPN FC's Paul Mariner takes Arsenal to task for their less-than-impressive showing. ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop does not hold back in how Mesut Ozil has been performing at Arsenal under Unai Emery. ESPN FC's Paul Mariner and Shaka Hislop disagree about the amount of pressure Unai Emery […]

20 Feb 19
The Sun
MESUT OZIL’S opportunity to win Unai Emery over may have arrived. Arsenal, without the suspended Alexandre Lacazette, are in need of a hero for Thursday night’s must-win clash with BATE Borisov at the Emirates. Unai Emery’s first season at Arsenal could hinge on the Europa League and Thursday’s clash with BATE Borisov The Belarusian champions shocked the Gunners with a 1-0 home win last week in the first leg of their Europa League round of 32 tie. Emery, the Europa League specialist, must see the competition as a potential back door to next season’s Champions League. And so the Spaniard will consider whether to trust Ozil for the crucial clash. Aaron Ramsey and Sokratis Papastathopoulos are available but Emery could be without Ainsley Maitland-Niles due to illness, with Stephan Lichtsteiner ready to step in. OPTION A: With Alexandre Lacazette suspended, Mesut Ozil could come into the starting line-up Ozil could be the hero Emery and Arsenal need after losing the first leg in Belarus Ainsley Maitland-Niles is a doubt due to sickness Arsenal are only one point off fourth-place Man United in the Premier League, but Ole Gunnar Solskjaer looks to have turned the Red Devils into top-four certainties. Arsenal’s season may end up hinge on tonight’s game. So the former Sevilla boss may take no risks with his selection, seeing Bernd Leno as a possible replacement for cup keeper Petr Cech. The industrial Lucas Torreira could return to the team after starting on the bench last week. OPTION B: Emery may opt for his strongest XI without Ozil and playing Bernd Leno [article-rail-topic title=”LATEST ARSENAL NEWS” term_id=”880″ posts_number=”8″ /] And Ramsey may prove to be the departing hero again as he prepares for his Gunners swansong. Regardless of his team selection, Emery believes the Emirates crowd can play their part. He said: “If we can create a big atmosphere tomorrow, then it is very important. “The supporters want to watch our team play with the best performance possible.” [bc_video video_id=”6004534043001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Aubameyang, Guendouzi and Lacazette dance in Arsenal training as Emery’s star battle to save Europa League dream “]
20 Feb 19
Heart of the Football

Mesut Ozil earns £350,000 a week from Arsenal Football club yet he does not get to play any of the recent Arsenal matches. Unai Emery, Arsenal’s Manager, avoids putting the German International in the starting lineup due to ‘tactical’ reasons. Perhaps, Emery feels that Ozil is not part of his plan. Ozil has been a […]