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Video highlight: Gunners fans go emotional over Santi Cazorla performance at Villarreal

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Gunners fans go emotional over Santi Cazorla performance at Villarreal

One time Gunners midfielder, Santi Cazorla happens to be one of Arsenal best midfielders, however, his playing time was mar by injuries.

In fact, out of the four years Cazorla used at Emirate, he spent two years injured.

The Spaniard didn’t play for the Gunners at all in 2016 under ex coach, Arsene Wenger.

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However, along the line, the 33-year-old had 10 surgery and hope to make a return to the Arsenal senior team.

But the Gunners didn’t allow any of it as they allowed him to leave as a free player.

Since offers were not coming from other English clubs, Santi Carzola made a return to Spanish club, Villarreal, which happens to be his former club before moving to North London.

Well, since arriving in the Spanish league, Carzola has been performing with both of his legs for Villarreal.

But it looks as if Arsenal fans really miss the player and hope he still remained with them.

Most of the Gunners fans went emotional for him as the showered accolades on him.

Well,  for Arsenal fans who miss Santi Carzola, watch this highlights of him playing against Sevilla.

 

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Granit Xhaka reveals what Unai Emery did to him

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It is a new life for Arsenal players since the beginning of the season with new manager Unai Emery praised for making it happen.

Most Arsenal players including Mesut Ozil, Alex Iwobi and Alexandre Lacazette have all found a new form under the Spanish coach and Swiss midfielder Granit Xhaka is not left out of the new beginning.

Xhaka has started all of the 8 Premier League games for the Gunners this season and has kept the middle of the Arsenal play intact with his fine form, a part of why the North London side have gone nine games winning streak.

He has attributed the success he has recorded and the improvement in his game to the Spanish manager, adding that he enjoyed a lot of benefits having Emery as a coach.

Speaking with Mail on Sunday, the Swiss said he is beginning to get back to his best and discovering his form under the former PSG manager.

He, therefore, noted that more will be seen of the current Arsenal team once the character and philosophy of the new manager is well known and understood by the players.

Xhaka noted that he is improving on a daily basis on his tactical level and he will always appreciate Emery for that.

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Wenger breaks silence on Arsenal, Ramsey, says he is happy for this reason

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Former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is speaking on the happenings at the club for about the first time since leaving at the end of last season.

The French manager had a 22 years reign as the manager at the North London side before he was made to quit against his wish.

Since his departure, the manager has yet to secure another job and surprisingly refused to comment on the happenings at the club.

However, he has now broken his silence by making a claim on the contract issues involving Aaron Ramsey.

Wenger admits the Wales international now has the knife in his hands and in the best position to make any cut but he believes an agreement could still be reached.

According to Arsenal former boss, situations like that happened in the past but it was resolved by his efforts.

He made it clear he is happy not being at the club at this moment as it will no longer be his responsibility.

Ramsey is one of the layers who grew to limelight with the opportunity handed him by Wenger who is a believer of the youth system.

Meanwhile, the Wales midfielder has made it clear he will not be leaving the Emirates Stadium in the January window making it clear that he will leave the club as a free player unless there is a change of heart to sign a new deal.

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Wenger backs Thierry Henry to succeed at Monaco

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There are lots of connections between former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger and the club’s legend Thierry Henry who has been appointed as Monaco’s manager.

Aside both being French men, they had got a good relationship as a player and manager at Arsenal before they both parted ways.

Now, it will be in the history of French outfit, Monaco that Wenger and Henry have managed the club as the former Arsenal boss had his reign at the French side from 1987 to 1994.

However, Wenger who is familiar with both the club and the new manager is positive that something good can now be heard of his former side.

Wenger praised the recruit of the Arsenal legend, noting that it has a lot of credibility because of the quality he has got.

According to him, the former Belgium assistant manager has the intelligence and understanding of football that will help him succeed at the club.

While noting that a bit of luck is needed to succeed as a manager, Wenger made it clear that Henry has got all the ingredients that will help him become a great manager in future.

Henry will have a taste of the job when Monaco travel to face Strasbourg in Ligue 1 encounter on October 20.

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Arsenal legend Pires reveals what we should expect from Henry at Monaco

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The news is finally here and Arsenal legend Thierry Henry has been appointed as Monaco’s manager.

The former Barcelona striker has been appointed as the manager of French side Monaco with his job expected to begin after the international break.

Before the appointment, Henry was in line to take up the vacant position at Aston Villa but immediately declined when he was assured he would secure an appointment with the French side.

However, Arsenal legend Robert Pires have explained what we should expect from the former Belgium assistant coach who is now the boss himself.

Pires says he backs Henry to have a successful career with the French side and also to make his impact.

It is suggested that the French manager has learnt a lot from Manchester City and former Arsenal managers, Pep Guardiola and Arsene Wenger respectively.

Most importantly Henry benefitted from the wealth of experience of his boss Roberto Martinez, especially with the World Cup outing.

Henry amongst other factors is convinced to be the right man for the job as well as help the club from its winless streak.

This is the first time Henry will be handling a job as the main manager and not an assistant or a youth coach.

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Why Arsenal are not bothered about Ramsey’s potential exit, Sanllehi

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Arsenal chief Raul Sanllehi has unwittingly stated that the club will not lose it sleep over the potential departure of Arsenal contract rebel, Aaron Ramsey at the end of the season.

Ramsey enters his last months of his current Arsenal deal and efforts to have a new deal with the club failed as a result of the financial demands of the Wales player.

The suggestions that Ramsey would be sold in January to enable the Gunners cash in on him has been dismissed with the Wales international revealing that he has had an agreement with the North London club, adding that he will be available until the end of the season.

However, Arsenal chief Sanllehi thinks replacing Ramsey will not be difficult especially with the young prospects in the club who are already showing signs of greatness.

Sanllehi likens to Emile Smith Rowe and Reiss Nelson as young players who could quickly step in the shoes of the Wales man.

According to the Gunners chief, the club has had a history of developing academy players into world stars, hinting that the culture will still be maintained under the current dispensation.

However, Arsenal need not to panic on the matter as he hopes Ramsey will not be greatly missed.

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