Serge Gnabry, once a former midfielder in the Gunner’s team under the leadership of Arsene Wenger, has credited his recent rise to prominence to his former boss.
This came on the heels of the midfielder’s inclusion and debut at the national level for Germany.
In his debut for Joachim Low’s side on Saturday against San Marino, the 21-year old was able to come off with a hat trick in the game that ended in an 8-0 thrashing of the underdog opponents.
A shock move recently this summer had seen the German midfielder head off to Werder Bremen despite having agreed to a new deal with the Emirates dwellers. The new deal, however, could not hold him back at Arsenal as at the end of a successful Olympics tournament with his country, he felt it was time to move to first team football.
The fans of the club were quite displeased that he had to leave for a fee of just £5.5 million but Gnabry has come out to say that without the time spent at the club and the manager, Arsene Wenger, he would have not been where he is today. Continue reading GNABRY CREDITS WENGER WITH RISE TO PROMINENCE
Manchester City midfielder Fabian Delph is very much looking forward to be back amongst the action after the international break.
The former Aston Villa man moved to the Etihad stadium in the summer against the advice of many. Delph was seen as a spare man who would fill up the home grown spots in the squad. His signing was compared to the arrivals of players like Adam Johnson in previous years. However, Delph went with confidence and started only five league matches. He has been out with an injury since the end of January, which have prevented his impact in the team. Continue reading Fabian Delph to be back soon after International Break
Swansea City sustained a disappointing result and a road block in their journey of snatching an Europa League spot for the upcoming season after losing against Leicester City at the King Power Stadium on April 18.
Garry Monk was not proud or happy to see his players performing at such a low level when they played against Leicester City and the 36 year old manager had a few things to tell his players after having lost against Leicester City.
The head coach of Swansea City, Garry Monk expressed his thoughts about the match as eh told reporters: “I had explained all week to the players that the first 20 minutes were crucial when the crowd was on a high and their players motivated. We knew we had to do that but we concede a goal we are disappointed with after 15 minutes and credit to Leicester because they kept to their game plan which was simple but effective and they had the momentum.”
Leonardo Ulloa and Andy King were the players who scored against Swansea City. Continue reading Garry Monk is not happy after having lost against a relegation threatened club
This Premier League season of Manchester United kicked off in an abysmal manner as United lost its opening match of their campaign by losing against Swansea City and their next 2 matches ended in draws when playing with Sunderland and Burnley.
When Louis van Gaal was appointed, he had a tough job to do as the Dutch coach was selected in order to re-construct a team that had crumbled to pieces under the guidance of David Moyes and this slow start of the season did not help this process.
Continue reading Manchester United new Season starts with Loss and Draw