Arsenal coast past Bournemouth but fans know bigger tests lay ahead

Solenn Plantier
Septembre 11, 2017

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Perhaps the feeling would have been more vibrant had Arsenal been in anything resembling a fight. He wanted to stay at Monaco.

With both clubs on seven points and unbeaten after three matches they will hope their players haven't gone off the boil after being away on international duty. 'I'm pleased to have a pre-season. I got into that position and I didn't think twice about it'.

"Alexis will win the fans back and win them back very quickly", Wenger said after the game. "The best way to get them on your side is to perform".

And on Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain's move to Liverpool and Kylian Mbappe almost joining Arsenal, Wenger said: "We wish him well and all the best (Chamberlain)". With the evident improvements also came intense frustrations. The transfer didn't happen because a player didn't go to Arsenal and everything collapsed.

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has revealed that long term absentee Santi Cazorla could return in January from injury.

"It will be a Premier League team", Wenger told the club's official website on his selection plans. It might be easier to shine against a passive Bournemouth than at a throbbing Anfield, but that is hardly the point.

It was a much-needed win for Arsenal, following their poor start to the season in August. It seemed grimly apt that they both made quick, decisive impacts here, and if nothing else, both should have guaranteed starting places for next Sunday's visit to Chelsea. "Not before Christmas, that's why he isn't in Europa League squad but hopefully in the new year", Wenger said.

He added:"It is never a good time to play anybody".

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