You just have to love the attitude of the young Arsenal winger Ryo Miyaichi, who is currently on loan at Wigan Athletic to hone his skills before returning to the Gunners next summer.
The little Japanese star was not picked for his international games this week, but is instead using the break to show Roberto Martinez what he can do on the training field while most of the team are away, and is going all out to prove he is worth a starting place every week.
Miyaichi said: “The international break has given me a good chance to get to know my surroundings a bit more. .......Read the full article here
Although Arsenal’s senior team performed brilliantly against Wigan yesterday, Arsene Wenger will field the youngsters for all to see once again on Tuesday night.
The second string of players combined with youngsters will play against Olympiacos in the last group stage match in the Champions League. With Arsenal already topping the group, the match is inconsequential – for the gunners, at least.
After the fantastic performance by the young Guns against Manchester City that brought a great number of positives, it is time for them to show that such a performance is not merely a one-off or a fluke. With consistently good shifts from them, they can compete for a first-team spot as well and competition within a team is never a bad thing! .......Read the full article here
After the defeat against Spurs yesterday, and even before once the teams were announced Gunners fans were asking where is Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain? After scoring two goals in his last two games he was widely tipped to start the game against Spurs, but mysteriously he did not even appear on the bench.
His performances may not have been good enough to impress his manager Arsene Wenger, but one manager is clearly impressed and that manager is England boss Fabio Capello. .......Read the full article here