Three Reasons Why Arsenal Are Back On Track

Three Reasons Why Arsenal Are Back On Track

Three Reasons Why Arsenal Are Back On Track

Arsenal's previous winnings include Aaron Ramsey goal which came from a stunning team move as Arsenal made it nine wins on the spin across all competitions.

He is believed to be on around £110,000 a week with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Henrikh Mkhitaryan on £170,000.

The season got off to a poor start as Arsenal lost their opening two games to Manchester City and Chelsea but they have won their last six in the league since. Both players scored a goal and had an assist off the bench - the first time in Premier League history two subs have achieved that feat in the same game for the same team.

He may have scored one of the goals of the season on the weekend but it is becoming clear that Aaron Ramsey is in his final year at the club.

Ramsey was confident about agreeing terms, but there is now no deal on the table and Ramsey is set to leave on a free transfer this summer.

'I think Arsenal have to do this, they have to make everybody else in the squad know how it's going to be from this day onwards, and that's why the withdrawal of the contract is a big statement from them.

Midfielder Alex Iwobi praised the policy change prior to the Qarabag match: "It's good for us to train on the pitch as well so we can get familiar and get used to the pitch", he said.

"I believe in us, we believe in our process but also we must keep taking confidence".

City are top on goal difference, with Chelsea second and Liverpool dropping to third.

The north London side will return to Premier League action after the global break when they host Leicester City at The Emirates on Monday 22 October.

City defender John Stones said the players had decided among themselves that Mahrez would take the kick after impressing with his spot-kicks in training last week.

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