Not again: Wilshere suffers new injury blow

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Wenger still have a number of quality players in his squad.

Arsenal coach, Arsene Wenger confirmed that Wilshere had suffered an 'ankle strain' at Stamford Bridge.

"We have to accept as well when you play so many games and Sanchez plays every game that sometimes a breather in the middle of the season helps a little bit".

The Gunners played out a 0-0 draw against Chelsea in the Carabao Cup semifinal after their shocking 3rd round exit from the FA Cup after a 4-2 thrashing at the hands of Nottingham Forest.

The system reviewed two penalty decisions, one for each side, during the first leg of the semi-final clash with match referee Martin Atkinson and VAR assistant Neil Swarbrick agreeing that neither incident warranted a spot-kick.

"When we were playing, you didn't read about players doing that". He could be got for a bargain of 20M and you would probably have a new young Petr Cech on an ascendancy. There were places on the Arsenal bench for Alexis Sanchez, and newly signed Greek defender Konstantinos Mavropanos.

Jose's footballing style plus his gameplan, does not suit the winger, but the two will have an easy time talking defensive work by a forward player. "The doctor went onto the pitch twice and the referee stopped to listen to VAR and you have to give more minutes in extra time". We have been linked with him too. Nicky Henderson's charge disappointed in the King George at Christmas, but Kempton is not his track.

Another change could be to increase the Cup's prize money to incentivize teams from the lower half of the Premiership, and chasing promotion from the Championship, to take it more seriously. I was pressing them and felt good. We play at home in [the second leg] in a game we want to win. And Arsenal need to be brave.

"It is really important for spectators in the stadium to understand when it is being used and when not".

After goalless stalemates against the Blues and Norwich City in recent weeks, the latter coming in the FA Cup, the Gunners return to Premier League action against Bournemouth on Sunday. Quizzed on whether selecting Iwobi sent a mixed message on team discipline, Wenger said: "There's one thing to punish someone individually and a second thing to punish everybody".

"It's not that I don't want to inform you".

"I was two rows down so I couldn't hear what he was saying, but colleagues reported him kicking the backs of their chairs and using the odd swear word, especially when possession was lost or the ball hoofed into the air". Join the The Pride of London team!