Arsene Wenger & Alex Oxlade

Arsène Wenger, OBE (born 22 October 1949) is a French football manager and former player. Alexander Mark David Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain (born 15 August 1993) is an English footballer who plays for Arsenal as a winger. 5.0/5

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Spurs Legend Glenn Hoddle Surprised By The Make- Up Of Arsenal Midfield It has been reported that Tottenham legend Glenn Hoddle is surprised by the make-up of Arsene Wenger’s Arsenal midfield. He wrote in theMail on Sunday: “Arsene Wenger was a hugely important manager in my career at Monaco but there is one thing that has puzzled me about his Arsenal teams in recent years. “At Monaco he was very clear about how we would play. We had two strong midfielders in Marcel Dib and Jean Philippe Rohr: solid players who were fierce in the tackle. They were good players but they also made sure our back four were protected. “When he went to Arsenal, he did exactly the same with Patrick Vieira and Emmanuel Petit, and then Gilberto Silva. “Which is why I’m scratching my head a little when I see the players Arsene selects in midfield these days. Last March, in that infamous 6-0 loss to Chelsea, he played Mikel Arteta, Santi Cazorla and Alex Oxlade- Chamberlain. They’re all fine players but none of them is ...
Speaking as an Arsenal F.C. supporter, I noticed that during yesterday's match with Chelsea, the red card for Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain that was misassigned to Kieran Gibbs might in fact be the first every recorded instance of "light skin disadvantage". That said, you begin to notice Arsene Wenger's repeated attempts to clone Thierry Henry...
Ref apologises for Gibbs red card 22 March 2014 Updated 19:25 GMT Referee Andre Marriner has apologised for sending off Arsenal defender Kieran Gibbs by mistake during the Gunners' 6-0 defeat by league leaders Chelsea. A penalty was awarded after Alex Oxlade- Chamberlain tipped Eden Hazard's shot around a post with his hand but Gibbs was shown the red card. Oxlade-Chamberlain seemed to tell Marriner that he was the culprit but the original decision stood. A statement read that Marriner was "disappointed" to have made the error. Referees' body the Professional Game Match Officials Limited said in the statement: "Incidents of mistaken identity are very rare and are often the result of a number of different technical factors. "Whilst this was a difficult decision Andre is disappointed that he failed to identify the correct player. "He expressed his disappointment to Arsenal when he was made aware of the issue." Left-back Gibbs seemed confused at receiving the red card, protesting his innocence, along with hi ...
Arsenal striker Nicklas Bendtner has returned to training after a sprained ankle and is available for the visit of Coventry in the FA Cup Fourth Round. Midfield trio Mikel Arteta, Tomas Rosicky and Aaron Ramsey remain sidelined but Alex Oxlade- Chamberlain could return. Coventry manager Steve Pressley expects Leon Clarke to play despite the striker handing in a transfer request. Fellow striker Callum Wilson misses out with a shoulder injury. Arsenal are a point clear of Manchester City at the top of the Premier League and the Friday scheduling of the visit of the Sky Blue gives them an extra days' rest before the trip to Southampton on Tuesday. As well as the league, manager Arsene Wenger also recognises the FA Cup as a route to a first trophy since 2005 as he looks to avoid a repeat of last season's shock defeat by Championship side Blackburn. "We have to prepare seriously for this game, because we are on a good run and it will be really not welcome at all not to take this game seriously," said the Frenc ...
Coventry City rewarded with FA Cup Fourth Round tie at Arsenal. Following their 1-2 win at Oakwell over Championship side Barnsley yesterday, Coventry City have been rewarded with an away tie at Premier League leaders Arsenal in the Fourth Round. Goals from Franck Moussa and Leon Clarke saw City overturn a first half deficit at Oakwell, whilst Arsenal overcame local rivals Tottenham Hotspur thanks to goals from Santi Cazorla & Tomas Rosicky. The last meeting between the two sides actually came last season as City made their first ever trip to The Emirates Stadium for a Capital One Cup Third Round tie, with the hosts running out 6-1 winners. Arsene Wenger fielded a mixture of youth and experience that night, with Olivier Giroud scoring his first goal in Arsenal colours before seeing Joe Murphy save a second half penalty. England forward Theo Walcott also helped himself to a brace with Alex Oxlade- Chamberlain, Ignasi Miquel and Andrei Arshavin also getting on the scoresheet for The Gunners. On-loan striker ...
Why Wenger’s Arsenal Are The Unquestionable Premier League Title Favourites Following Arsenal’s 2-0 loss to Chelsea in the League Cup on Tuesday, we read analysis far and wide about how the Gunners title credentials had been unmasked by the result. These theories gained traction among many analysts during the course of this week, but they were laughable. Bashing Arsene Wenger has long proven to be a rite of passage in certain areas of the British press. Yet the Arsenal Manager has a side that he built with his own hands that, from where I sit, is the most complete team in England. Arsenal, unlike most of the top sides in English football, have already been tested depth wise and come out ahead. Losing the likes of Lukas Podolski, Mikel Arteta, Santi Cazorla, Alex Oxlade- Chamberlin and Theo Walcott to injury so early in the season could have been a devastating blow to most sides. However it gave Arsene Wenger a chance to show off his club’s depth and sense of purpose this season. The Gunners have pla ...
Arsene Wenger admits he's trying to build a new British core to his team. Wenger was boosted by Jack Wilshere , Alex Oxlade- Chamberlain, Kieran Gibbs, Aaron Ramsey and Carl Jenkinson , five key British stars, signing new contracts three weeks ago and sees the expected agreement with Theo Walcott to stay at the Emirates vital to further this cause. "Theo signing would give a positive message out to our fans that the way is not exit, but stability. We're not there yet, but it will make a difference between us and the top two teams because Wilshere is just 21, Walcott 23, Gibbs 23, Oxlade-Chamberlain just 19. "They're all good players and you need a core that represents the values of the club, like Chelsea had with John Terry and Frank Lampard. "We had a period where we kept our players together for eight, nine years, players such as Thierry Henry and Patrick Vieira. What you want are players staying together and being successful together." Shaw
Gunners labour to beat Wigan * Mikel Arteta's penalty proved enough for Arsenal to defeat Wigan 1-0 and make it three Barclays Premier League victories in a row for the first time since March. There was very little between the sides and it was the hosts who had the best chance of the first half but it was wasted by Arouna Kone. The goal came on the hour mark after Jean Beausejour was deemed to have fouled Theo Walcott, much to the anger of the Wigan fans, and Arteta made no mistake. The three points lifted Arsenal up to third ahead of Chelsea, who play Sunday, while Wigan remain in the bottom three and have now taken only one point from their last five games. Gunners boss Arsene Wenger named the same team that defeated Reading 5-2 on Monday, with Walcott again given a chance to impress up front. Wigan boss Roberto Martinez was hoping to have a couple of his eight injured players back but it was only James McCarthy who was able to start, with captain Gary Caldwell on the bench. The Latics started with a fl ...
Arsene Wenger's got the balance right! Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain sees a bright future at Arsenal
Arsene Wenger has been handed a timely lift by the return to training of Tomas Rosicky. The Czech midfielder has not played this season due to an achilles injury sustained at Euro 2012, but the 32-year-old has completed his rehabilitation plan and begun light training. Gervinho has also stepped up his recovery from an ankle injury he picked up in this month's game against Queens Park Rangers. Back: Tomas Rosicky has returned to training with Arsenal It is unclear when manager Arsene Wenger will reintroduce Rosicky and Gervinho into full training but the news comes as a major fillip going into Saturday's north London derby. Wojciech Szczesny (ankle), Theo Walcott (glute) and Alex Oxlade- Chamberlain all look set to be fit for the visit of Tottenham. Slowly but surely: Gervinho is also making progress after his injury Szczesny is expected to start the match, replacing Vito Mannone, who was arguably at fault for two of Fulham's three goals in last weekend's 3-3 draw.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has vented his frustration at the French Football Federation for Abou Diaby's latest injury. The 26-year-old, who was forced off early on during the Gunners' weekend Premier League defeat at home by Chelsea, has endured a torrid time with injuries. The Frenchman apportioned some of that blame to his handling by the French national team, claiming he was called up too soon when he played against Finland last month. "I said many times that if France wanted Diaby in Spain (for the World Cup qualifier on October 16) they should not take him for (the qualifiers against) Finland and Belarus," he said. "They could have taken him but not played him because the guy has been out for a year, played four or five games. "You have a breather, give him two weeks to recover completely. I think it was a mistake to play him with the French national team." Wenger added: "It is as well an opportunity for somebody else to stand up and play but it is a blow, yes. "Not only because we lost a good pl ...
Arsene Wenger upsets me sometimes. Gervinho was not into playing for the team today, giving away the ball more often tha not with Kearan Gibbs always there to provide support. I was expecting Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain to come in just to shake things up with his runs. A great game for Ramsey. Arteta was quiet, Cazorla was busy in the mid, Podolski never erred, Abou Diaby gave away the ball easily in the second half, Mertesacker and Koscielny partnered well, Gibbs and Jenkinson attacked and defended well, Walcort wasn't warm enough, I don't remember Cocquelin touching the ball! Gunners are good! Thank you Koscielny! T
Arsene Wenger is fully aware that he has to deliver this time around or next year he himself could be up for sale.
Song on Verge of Barca Move Cameroonian midfielder Alex Songwould appear to be on the verge of a move to Spanish giants Barcelona. The holding midfielder has three years left on his contract, but Arsenal seem to havedecided to sell him anyway. Barcelona's interest has been public for the last couple of weeks, but because of the length of time left on his contract, Arsenal had been seen to be in a strong position, with little inclination to sell. However, Song'sagent has reportedly infuriated the club by touting his client around the top clubs in Europe, and there has been some speculation that the club have been having some issues with theplayer over his attitude. Other sources have been saying that Arsenal do in fact want to keep Song, but he has had his head turned by Barcelona's interest and that the Arsenal hierarchy just are not interested in yet another transfer saga, so will be naming their price. In his press conference this morning, Arsene Wenger did little to dispel rumours that another of his s ...
Arsenal Battle Chelsea For Highly-Rated Defender. With the summer transfer window in full swing, Football Talk will be keeping you up-to-date with all the latest transfer news throughout the summer. Today, Arsenal are linked with Chelsea target Luke Shaw. Arsenal are set to launch a move for highly-rated Southampton left back Luke Shaw, according to the Daily Mail. The talented 17-year-old defender broke into the Saints first team last season, making his debut in January’s FA Cup tie against Millwall and is expected to make an impression in the Premier League this season after their promotion from the championship last term. The Daily Mail claim Chelsea had a £4m bid for the starlet rejected earlier this summer, but now Gunners boss Arsene Wenger is ready to test Southampton’s resolve with an improved package after having the player scouted on several occasions including Sunday’s friendly defeat to Ajax. Wenger has close ties with the South coast club after taking both Theo Walcott and Alex Oxlade- ...
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is only gonna be one our beat players in a couple of years and he's gonna wanna go? What is the point Arsene Wenger?
Arsenal wenger Tips youngste for euro place Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is tipping teenager Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain to earn a place in the England squad at this summer's Euro 2012. The 18-year-old has enjoyed an excellent first season at the Emirates Stadium following his move from Southampton last summer and Wenger would welcome his selection for the national team despite his age. Oxlade-Chamberlain hasn't yet been called into the senior party but the Frenchman wouldn't be surprised if New Boss Roy Hodgson decided to take a punt on him, particularly if he shows up well this afternoon against his West Brom team. Wenger told reporters: "If he has a chance to go to the Euros I am happy. If not, he will go one day to the Euros. It depends on the number of strikers who are available. "Alex is developing well. He has still a lot to learn but the potential is absolutely fantastic." Gunners fans will remember how Theo Walcott, another former Southampton youngster, made a late entrance into the England squad back ...
Arsene Wenger, do you get an ulcer when Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain plays?!
For more information, visit; Arsenal first team players Alex Song, Wojciech Szczesny, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Bacary Sa...
Arsene Wenger will hold talks with Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain ahead of the teenager’s potential involvement in London 2012.
Arsene Wenger will warn Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain of 2012 Olympic Games effects
Arsenal youngster Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain to benefit as Arsène Wenger plans to trim Emirates squad
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