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Arsenal boss hits back at Thierry Henry over Alexis Sanchez dig

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has hit back at Thierry Henry for the comments made in the aftermath of the Gunners' 3-2 win over Crystal Palace. Henry had claimed that there had been a split within the Gunners squad after a section of the players refused to celebrate alongside Alexis Sanchez for his first goal.

However, in the following game, the entire team went to celebrate Sanchez's contribution after his free-kick deflected off James McClean to find the West Bromwich Albion goal. The match eventually ended 1-1 owing to a controversial penalty for the Baggies at the end, and Wenger took time to indirectly criticise Henry for his thought.

Is Alexis Sanchez committed to Arsenal?

Alexis endured a frustrating night at the office on Sunday, after the 3-1 defeat to Manchester city away from home. He played as a No. 9, a position at which he has recently proven to be ineffective. Sanchez lost possession of the ball eleven times and was trapped offside quite often during the match.

This was one of his worst performances in recent times. We are used to seeing him taking out his frustrations on fellow teammates on the pitch. There was one such incident with fellow teammate Aaron Ramsey in the match against Manchester City.

Thierry Henry or Patrick Vieira as potential successors to Wenger

Former Arsenal midfielder Ray Parlour feels the Gunners should have a succession plan in place once Arsene Wenger calls quits on his managerial career. The Frenchman extended his contract by a further two years earlier in the summer despite protests from a section of fans for him to step down.

Speaking to AskFans, Parlour insists that the club should look at former players including Thierry Henry and Patrick Vieira if they are to pick a potential successor for Wenger. Vieira has already earned valuable managerial experience with Manchester City's sister club New York City FC but Parlour is hoping that either he or his compatriot Henry gets the opportunity to manage the Gunners.

Arsene Wenger tips Aaron Ramsey to become future Arsenal captain

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has admitted that Aaron Ramsey could take over the captain's armband in the future.

The Welshman is one of the longest-serving players at the Emirates having joined from Championship club Cardiff City back in the summer of 2008.

Current skipper Per Mertesacker has announced his decision to hang up his boots next summer while his deputy Laurent Koscielny celebrated his 32nd birthday earlier this month. As a result, the north London club are likely to be planning for a future leader with Ramsey among the favourites due to his previous experience captaining the Wales national side.

Ramsey expresses his disappointment following Oxlade-Chamberlain exit

Wales international Aaron Ramsey has revealed his disappointment after Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain was sold to Liverpool on transfer deadline day. The Gunners accepted a fee of around £35m from the Reds for the attacker following his reluctance to extend his contract beyond the end of the season.

The England international was also linked with a potential move to Chelsea earlier in the week, but he snubbed the Blues in favour of Liverpool, who provided him the assurance of playing in the central midfield role.

Aaron Ramsey looking to put his injury record behind him ahead of the 2016/17 season

Wales international Aaron Ramsey is eager to enjoy a full season of first-team football following his constant injury problems which have hindered his performance in recent years.

The versatile midfielder has managed 30 league appearances in just one of the last four seasons, and this has been a concern for the club, who have dropped points during his absence.

Arsenal´s Aaron Ramsey is being ambitious for the 2017-18 season

Aaron Ramsey has been performing with the English outfit Arsenal since June of 2008 for a price tag of £4.8 million which is an extremely low amount for a player who has established himself as one of the most influential figures of the English Premier League club.

Taking into consideration just how much money is being offloaded now days by top clubs as they splash out a significantly large fee for players who eventually do not live up to their price tag, £4.8 million is a steal for a performer that has helped Arsenal in lifting 3 FA Cups and 2 FA Community Shields.

Aaron Ramsey in line for new Arsenal Contract

Arsenal will open up discussions over a contract extension with Wales midfielder Aaron Ramsey as they seek to avoid him entering the final year of his Gunners deal.

The north London outfit are likely to rue delayed contract discussions with their players following the critical situation they find themselves in this summer. Both Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez have been reluctant to extend their contracts in recent months, and the club are supposedly mulling over their potential sales with their deals due to expire next summer.


Theo Walcott has been a peripheral figure at Arsenal for a long time now. It is obvious that he is no Thierry Henry or any of those greats that many expected him to be.

Is it not time for the player to exit the Emirates? There are reported interests from some Premier League sides; shouldn’t the player be more interested at being a big fish in a small pond than remaining redundant at Arsenal a decade later?

Aaron Ramsey wants Arsene Wenger to stay in charge of Arsenal

Another Premier League season has reached it´s end and Arsenal has yet again failed to lift the domestic league title.

The 2016-17 season has not been a complete disappointment as Arsene Wenger was able to push Arsenal to a FA Cup victory after they defeated Chelsea in the finals with a scoreboard of 2-1.