tiptrot.com June 24, 2018

Tottenham target prefers Arsenal 'because of Wenger'

23 February 2018, 02:01 | Susie Olson

Arsenal striker Alexandre Lacazette's recovery receives huge boost

Lacazette upbeat over return as Arsenal boss Wenger sets date

Arsenal survived a major scare to secure their spot in the last 16 of the Europa League despite suffering an embarrassing 2-1 home defeat to Ostersund.

"Last season, they (Arsenal) couldn't get their place for Champions League, so they play in the Europa League".

Arsenal claimed a league victory over a weakened Manchester United side towards the end of last season as Jose Mourinho placed most of the eggs in the Europa League basket.

Aaron Ramsey, Alexandre Lacazette and Mesut Ozil are all confirmed absentees, and I struggle to believe that Jack Wilshere will be risked with the Welsh midfielder a doubt for Sunday's clash also. We are trying to win every game in every competition and, of course, we will be glad if we can win the Europa League as well, but if we can be in the top four, it will be even better.

The Gunners hold a three-goal advantage going into the second-leg fixture at the Emirates but the German's health has been subject of speculation from English media this week.

The scorer of seven goals this season, he was on French television recently saying that he would rather join Arsenal than Tottenham "because of Arsene Wenger".

"At 2-0 we thought we had a chance".

"I'm just enjoying playing with Mesut and he's an unbelievable football player".

Most of the half-time talk will be about the display of Chambers at the back...

At home against Ostersunds, Maitland-Niles will be looking to impress the manager again and show the consistent side of his game.

Arsenal had a comfortable game in Sweden in challenging temperatures.

Expect a comfortable result for Arsenal, as they are expected to score goals here.

Other News


Trending Now

Gunman opens fire on worshipers in Russia church, kills five
Russian President Vladimir Putin fired, three months ago, head of Dagestan Ramazan Abdulatipov and appointed Vladimir Vasilyev. A man armed with a hunting rifle opened fire on churchgoers in the city of Kizlyar , the Associated Press reports .

This is the reason Paul Pogba left Old Trafford in 2012
Former Arsenal defender Keown warned Mourinho that Manchester United won't get the best out of Pogba in a deeper role. United say Pogba after the £89million midfielder reported ill on Saturday morning.

Cost Effective Transport! Uber Express Pool Provides Cheapest Fares Yet
Denver is the third city to get Express Pool service, after the feature rolled out in San Francisco and Boston earlier this year. Theoretically, the more customers use UberPool and Express Pool, the less Uber has to subsidize due to increased revenue.

Czechs eliminate U.S. in shootout in men's ice hockey quarterfinals
The team's first goal came on a pass from Terry to Donato, who sizzled a wrist shot past Francouz from the top of the left circle. It was Donato's third goal in two days, and it gave Terry five assists for the tournament, four of those in the past two days.

Tibetans mark double New Year with special prayers
According to the Chinese zodiac, this is the 4715th year of the Dog, described a good year for actions, events and movements. If you were born in 1922, 1934, 1946, 1958, 1970, 1982, 1994 or 2006 congratulations, you were born in the Year of the Dog.

Israeli Prime Minister Warns Of Possible Conflict With Iran
A few hours after Netanyahu's speech Sunday, Zarif dismissed the Israeli leader's warning as a " cartoonish circus ". Bezeq said in a statement to the stock exchange it had no additional information on the new investigation.

United Kingdom police investigating suspicious package sent to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle
However, neither Kensington Palace, where Harry and Meghan live, nor the Metropolitan Police has confirmed if this was the case. A letter containing non-harmful white powder was also reportedly sent to Home Secretary Amber Rudd the following day.

Arizona adoptive parents accused of locking children in rooms without food, water
Both were in court in Tucson on Wednesday, Feb. 21, and each was held on $25,000 bond for four counts of child abuse. The allegations are very similar to the recent "House of Horrors" abuse case in California.

Trump blames Obama for inaction over Russian Federation meddling
There is, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein insisted, "no allegation" that any of this "altered the outcome of the election". The effort allegedly involved hundreds of people working in shifts and with a budget of millions of dollars.

Development Roadmap Delayed to March, New Ping-Matching in the Works
This follows on from slightly disappointing news that the recently announced developer roadmap has been delayed. Development on the game itself has been halted as the team has moved towards improving its anti-cheat systems.