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Arsenal Injury Update – Giroud, Debuchy, Bellerin, Cazorla, Welbeck & Others

The injury list at Arsenal threatened to get longer at Arsenal after this weekend’s meeting with Bournemouth.

Olivier Giroud

Olivier Giroud was slumped to the turf at the final whistle and Arsène Wenger quickly confirmed the striker was feeling his hamstring,

“With the hamstring. In the first moment, he told me that he felt a twitch in the back of his hamstring and we will see. I hope it’s not too bad because he told me after that when he sprinted he didn’t feel anything.”

It seems like we may have dodged a bullet on that one.

Mathieu Debuchy

At 31, the run of bad luck he’s having with injuries is nothing to laugh at. If you do, you probably still pull the wings off flies.

Arsène said after Sunday’s match:

“He thinks it’s a severe one. Don’t go too far because I have to speak to medical people, but you can only assess it really after 48 hours. You have to let it bleed and after, usually they have an MRI 48 hours later to see how big the damage is.”

Whilst we all hope for the best for the Frenchman, it’s not unexpected that everyone fears the worst.
Carl Jenkinson was rested ahead of the EFL Cup tie against Southampton and Arsène later suggested that Francis Coquelin could play right back. Anyone who saw him play at Freiburg will beg to differ.
All of which means:

Hector Bellerin

Over to you, Hec,
“It’s going better than expected because it’s a pretty hard injury but, at the moment, it’s recovering really well.”

Which is just about the most exciting news anyone can expect at the moment. Hector is on his way back and I’m guessing will return in Basle, to give him some match time before the trips to Everton and Manchester City.
And from one Spaniard to another…

Santi Cazorla

No news either way. His return is when it is and Arsène is not putting any pressure on him. Achilles injuries are notoriously difficult to gauge and the update before the Bournemouth game was a terse downplaying of our chances of seeing him any time soon.

Per Mertesacker

Remember him? Easy to forget so good has Shkodran Mustafi’s form been. Per is still on course for a return in the New Year when the fixtures come thick and fast.

Chuba Akpom

and

Danny Welbeck

Still walking and alive as Sky viewers will attest but no sign of them before the end of January in training so in the first team, who knows?


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  • Arsenal Injury Update – Giroud, Debuchy, Bellerin, Cazorla, Welbeck & Others
  • The injury list at Arsenal threatened to get longer at Arsenal after this weekend’s meeting with Bournemouth.

    Olivier Giroud

    Olivier Giroud was slumped to the turf at the final whistle and Arsène Wenger quickly confirmed the striker was feeling his hamstring,

    “With the hamstring. In the first moment, he told me that he felt a twitch in the back of his hamstring and we will see. I hope it’s not too bad because he told me after that when he sprinted he didn’t feel anything.”

    It seems like we may have dodged a bullet on that one.

    Mathieu Debuchy

    At 31, the run of bad luck he’s having with injuries is nothing to laugh at. If you do, you probably still pull the wings off flies.

    Arsène said after Sunday’s match:

    “He thinks it’s a severe one. Don’t go too far because I have to speak to medical people, but you can only assess it really after 48 hours. You have to let it bleed and after, usually they have an MRI 48 hours later to see how big the damage is.”

    Whilst we all hope for the best for the Frenchman, it’s not unexpected that everyone fears the worst.
    Carl Jenkinson was rested ahead of the EFL Cup tie against Southampton and Arsène later suggested that Francis Coquelin could play right back. Anyone who saw him play at Freiburg will beg to differ.
    All of which means:

    Hector Bellerin

    Over to you, Hec,
    “It’s going better than expected because it’s a pretty hard injury but, at the moment, it’s recovering really well.”

    Which is just about the most exciting news anyone can expect at the moment. Hector is on his way back and I’m guessing will return in Basle, to give him some match time before the trips to Everton and Manchester City.
    And from one Spaniard to another…

    Santi Cazorla

    No news either way. His return is when it is and Arsène is not putting any pressure on him. Achilles injuries are notoriously difficult to gauge and the update before the Bournemouth game was a terse downplaying of our chances of seeing him any time soon.

    Per Mertesacker

    Remember him? Easy to forget so good has Shkodran Mustafi’s form been. Per is still on course for a return in the New Year when the fixtures come thick and fast.

    Chuba Akpom

    and

    Danny Welbeck

    Still walking and alive as Sky viewers will attest but no sign of them before the end of January in training so in the first team, who knows?


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