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Back From International Break : Things Noticed In Arsenal’s Training Session

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The Gunners manager Unai Emery is currently a happy man as his players are back from international break without any sign of fatigue nor injury.

Lucas Torreira who was was said to have picked up a slight knock is back to full training, therefore, giving Unai Emery the chance to choose from large pull of players.

The Gunners were involved in a lengthy training session this morning as they prepare for Newcastle in the fifth week of the season.

Though the training session was intense as usual, Arsenal players looked lively and excited throughout the day.

Here are the things Noticed During The Intensified Training Session.

Aubameyang Keeps His Cool With Matteo Guendouzi.

The Gabonese player was chasing after the ball, hoping to snatch it from Matteo Guendouzi.

The youngster made him labour hard for a very long time, however, Aubameyang didn’t go ard so as to avoid injuring the youngster who has had a bright start to his Arsenal career.

Lacazette Dominates Rob Holding Over and Over Again

The duo are always in competition on the training ground and today’s session isn’t an exception.

The Frenchman defeated the youngster once again as they were involved in a foot race.

Despite defeating Rob Holding, Lacazette was benevolent enough to reveal his winning formula to the youngster.

The chemistry among the players is improving, Emery is getting to know more of his players while the player are equally getting used to the manager’s training methods and ethics.

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Unai Emery finally find perfect solution to Arsenal’s long-term midfield crisis —2

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Wenger was unable to find a perfect midfield partnership, like the one that existed between Gilberto and Vieira, before he left the club last season.

Has Unai Emery finally found the perfect partnership?

The search for perfect defensive midfield’s partnership continues even after Wenger resigned from his position as the Gunners boss last season.

Unai Emery began his quest for a strong defensive setup as he bought four defend-minded players during the summer transfer market.

Matteo Guendouzi was tried alongside Granit Xhaka in the first five matches of the season but the two midfielders didn’t connect quite well, though, the French youngster was awesome.

Having seen how Xhaka struggled to get into games while playing alongside Guendouzi in the first half of all the games played so far, Unai Emery introduced Lucas Torreira in the second half against Newcastle.

Torreira’s partnership with Xhaka at the middle of the pitch was closer to that of Gilberto Silva and Patrick Viera’s formidable partnership.

Xhaka was confident while joining the attack, knowing there is a capable man covering for him. The Swiss was able to express himself the ball throughout the second half of the clash against Newcastle.

Unsurprisingly, Torreira display was as brilliant as the four matches he’s played with the team prior to the Newcastle game.

With the great understanding shown by both players at the St James Park on Saturday, Matteo Guendouzi could be forced to sit on the bench in their next League game as he will need to give space for Lucas Torreira, who deserves a place in the team’s starting XI

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Unai Emery finally find perfect solution to Arsenal’s long-term midfield crisis —1

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Unai Emery finally find perfect solution to Arsenal’s long-term midfield crisis —1

Since Patrick Viera and Gilberto Silva left the Emirates Stadium, Arsenal’s former manager Arsene Wenger was unable to find a perfect replacement for both players.

The central midfield position was a huge problem for the Frenchman as he couldn’t get quality players to occupy the position.

Luckily for Arsene Wenger, Santi Cazorla joined the Emirates Stadium outfits from Malaga in the 2012-13 season and turned out to be the missing player in the team.

The Spanish midfielder flourished in the defensive midfield role as he was capable of nipping some dangerous attacking moves made by the opposition.

Apart from executing his defensive duties exceptionally, the Spaniard also joined the attack when there are needs for that.

Sadly for Wenger, Cazorla was injured during a Champions League clash against Ludogorets Razgrad in 2016 and had to spend two years in the recuperating room.

The player’s injury ultimately forced Wenger to began his search for another midfielder.

The Frenchman captured Coquelin, Xhaka, Elneny and Ramsey but none of them were able to reach the Spaniard’s level in terms of performance and quality – no disrespect to the listed players.

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Latest Football Gossip: De Bruyne, Salah, Mane, Kane, Bailly, Arnautovic, Ramsey, Rabiot

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Tottenham, Man City, Barcelona and Juventus are in the race to sign Paris St Germain star Adrien Rabiot who is yet to renew his contract with his club.

Pep Guardiola was “upset” and “angry” with his players which made him to cancel all players’ day off despite 3:0 victory against Fulham.

Eric Bailly could start looking for a move away from Old Trafford in January due to short playing time under his management. Arsenal and Tottenham are interested in him.

Belgium adroit player, Kevin de Bruyne is working hard to return in derby match in November as he steps up rehabilitation in the gym.

England captain Harry Kane has denied fatigue on the pitch after playing with the Three Lions at the World Cup.

West Ham manager, Manuel Pellegrini’s has denied that former Arsenal forward Lucas Perez snubbed warm during a clash against Everton.

Arsenal midfield maestro Aaron Ramsey told his boss, Unai Emery, he wanted to be substituted in the match against Newcastle due to tiredness.

Former Chelsea goalkeeper Asmir Begovic claimed that his team front three is as good as Liverpool’s trios in Mo Salah, Saido Mane and Roberto Firmino.

Former England player Stuart Pearce praises James Milner as “the best pound-for-pound footballer in the Premier League”.

Sarri eyes Spanish creative midfielder as Jorginho’s partner.

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Premier League match day 5: best XI – Gomez, De Gea, Hazard.

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David De Gea

De Gea showed his masterpiece as one of the best goalkeepers at Vicarage road when he made great saves including a brilliant one in the last minute of the game which would have turned the table around.

Joe Gomez

Gomez was at it again when he made his mark to sustain Klopp’s idea as his potential full back. He was part of those who made Kane useless on the pitch and switched effectively to right back in the second half.

Chris Smalling

Smalling was humble on the pitch and ever ready to impress his manager, he scored a vital goal that helped the Red Devils to their second consecutive victories. His coordination at the back showed how he could stamp his shirt in Jose’s first XI.

Virgil van Dijk

No doubt he’s becoming the best defender in the world and most advantage is in his height, he was always there to help his team clear the ball away when the tempo was high against them.

James Milner

He was unarguably the finest midfielder on the pitch as he bossed the midfield with his runs and depth making sure his teammates took the 3points home.

Marouane Fellaini

The Belgian recovered possessions for his teammates 10 times which was more than any other player in matchday 5. He also provided the assist that led to Smalling’s goal.

R. Fraser

A diminutive player who used his centre of gravity to outplay Leicester after scoring a brace in the first half. His form has shown how prepared Bournemouth are this season as he helped secure a third victory for his team.

Eden Hazard

Fabulous! We could rate him as the best No.10 in England after watching what he played against Cardiff City. His goals can only be simple if done by him alone. Hazard has shown his prowess as an unstoppable player who ended up taking the match ball home with a hat-trick.

Wilfred Zaha

When he plays well, Crystal Palace hardly lose which we saw in a match that saw earned their second away victory. Many wonder why he remained with the Eagles, maybe, just maybe he is always at his best. He was really impressive and watching how he curled the ball into the net was my number one goal last week.

Roberto Firmino

He started brightly to score a quick goal which was ruled out in the first half but he was covering the depth of the field from box-to-box; he scored to extend the lead in the second half before getting injured.

Marko Arnautovic

The Austrian was impressive against Everton, he was the pivot to Pellegrini’s success at Goodison Park after scoring the 3rd goal that ended Everton’s come back home.

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