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PLEASE NOTE THAT YOUR VISION ARTICLES ARE SENT IN BY READERS AND ARE NOT WRITTEN BY ARSENAL VISION WRITERS.

By Tom Lee

ARTICLE WRITTEN BEFORE EVERTON GAME

I am finding it hard to work out why Arsenal suffer so much with injuries, whereas Man Utd, Chelsea and Liverpool don't. Is it a coincidence that over the past years we have suffered so much? Or is it because of caution from the manager, with cases like Rosicky's making him worried about making injuries worse so they're out for longer? I have just seen that Fabianski is out for 2 months, Djourou for a month and Walcott and maybe Diaby have been added to the already ever-increasing injury list for Saturday's game against Everton.

Are there maybe other reasons like the training methods or the general physical build of some of our players, eg Walcott? I wouldn't have thought so but I am having my doubts about why on earth Arsenal always have so many injuries.

Also, isn't this another big reason why we should sign more players to making our squad deeper, in quality and in numbers. I hate for this to be another season in 4th spot, I'd rather us be at the top, or around there, but for this we need to have players available and not have a couple of fresh new injury worries before each game- instead of hoping for less injuries should Wenger take this into huge account and sign a winger, a defender and a maybe another keeper aswell as of course the ever screamed out for experienced big strong defensive midfielder? Personally I would like to see a winger, a defender (Hangeland preferably and assuming Senderos will go,) a GK (maybe Krul) and most importantly a DM (Senna if available, Vieira if still possible- only eg's.)

Please voice your opinion.

  • 15 Sep 2015
    So let me stop reminiscing of days gone by and let me focus on our Welsh wonder. Let me start off by saying that I think it is quite obvious that Aaron Ramsey is better in central midfield. His partnership with Mesut Özil, his running from deep and his underrated ball winning ability makes him a ...Read more