Sunday’s game at the Emirates is no exception.
“I said in advance I wanted to coach the Dutch national team, and I was invited”. The Red Devils have improved hugely since his introduction.
Let’s take his words for it!
“The solution is recovery, recovery, recovery”, he stated at his pre-match press conference.
“The week that they’ve had, losing in Europe, puts a little bit more pressure on them being at home“.
Arsenal will look to bounce back following their Champions League defeat when they take on Manchester United at the Emirates on Sunday.
Laurent Koscielny will certainly be out, he has a hamstring strain and it looks like it will be three weeks, something like that.
Van Gaal added: “It doesn’t bother me, because I think we are in transition”. So, the focus shifts to attack and defence. “They prepare like they’re going out for a game in the park”.
The 19-year-old striker is a fast, direct dribbler, keen to run at and beat defenders.
Another player in great form is Alexis Sanchez.
He ended up with Anthony Martial nearly by accident and he said himself that he had to buy Memphis Depay too soon. But Gabriel, though, is faster than the Frenchman. “It would be good for Arsenal to recruit a centre-back and a holding midfielder”.
Manchester United will be without Luke Shaw as their left back continues to recover from his gruesome leg injury.
Smalling was to blame for United’s goal against Wolfsburg. His was the only position in which we don’t have a double option. The Gunners sitting in 4th…as usual.
Group of dearth: Arsenal have lost their opening two Champions League games in Zagreb…
He might be one of football’s biggest earners but it comes with a work ethic of the highest order. A quiet day at the office would be ideal for Cech the Czech.
Manchester United supporters in the Transfer Tavern have been mocking the Arsenal regulars ahead of this weekend’s Premier League clash, after an interesting claim was made by the media.
Rooney, who turns 30 later this month, has never gone three years in a row without winning the Premier League at Old Trafford. The only sides he’s scored more goals against in the competition are Newcastle (12) and Aston Villa (13).
The 30-year-old has been on the books of the Gunners since 2010 and is one of the first names on the teamsheet when he is fit. S o I believe in that, and the most important thing is not only my belief but that the players are believing in that.
Wenger is confident his players can produce the required response against United, who now lead the table.
The goals have dried up – only one Premier League goal this season, one which bobbled in off his knee last weekend against Sunderland.