Found November 18, 2013 on Soccerlens:
PLAYERS: Arsene WengerJuan Mata
Arsenal star spoke about Ozil, Wenger, Liverpool and many more - originally posted on Soccerlens.comArsenal Santi Cazorla is a lovable character. He is often called El Sonrisas (The Smile) as you have see his broad smile always glowing in his face. Playing in his second year at Arsenal, he feels a lot has changed for him and his team, but his core philosophy of enjoying this beautiful game has always remained the same. In an interview with Spanish newspaper El Pais, the Spaniard spoke on various topics ranging from his club, Mesut Ozil Arsene Wenger and many more. Arsenal are leading the Premier League table, which is a surprise to many of us. When asked Cazorla what has changed for the Gunners he said: We have matured, I think. It is a pleasure to see you up, gives strength and confidence, but much more. We had to be more regular and we are, something we have corrected from last season. Last season we lost many matches foolishly due to lack of concentration, this season, we are co...

Arsenal Star set for Summer Exit: Transfer Round-up

Arsenal Star set for Summer Exit: Transfer Round-up - originally posted on Soccerlens.comArsenal boss, Arsene Wenger is looking to offload Czech Republic captain, Tomas Rosicky in the summer, according to French newspaper, Le 10 Sport. The 33-year old joined the Gunners in 2006, but after many injury-hit seasons in North London, Wenger is set to bid farewell to the attacking midfielder...

Arsenal: The Gunners still title contenders despite loss at Old Trafford

Arsene Wenger’s rejuvenated Arsenal wanted to send a clear message to the other teams by making a statement at Old Trafford but failed. Robin Van Persie’s header was enough to secure all three points against rivals Arsenal, as majority believed that win could dampen the Gunners title aspirations and make the Red Devils title contenders. The Red Devils displayed a much better...

Arsenal flop Nicklas Bendtner willing to take pay cut to seal move away from the Emirates

Arsenal outcast Nicklas Bendtner is desperate to seal a move away from the Emirates in January - and is prepared to take a significant pay cut to do so. The Dane has been on the fringes so far this season with boss Arsene Wenger preferring to use in-form Olivier Giroud up top instead. The 25-year-old saw summer moves fall through in part down to his sky-high wage demands, but he...

Nicklas Bendtner tips himself for Barcelona or Real Madrid move

The Danish striker is all-but certain to be shown the door by the Gunners in the new year after making little impact in the few chances he’s been afforded this season as Olivier Giroud’s only recognised back-up. Bendtner had agreed to join Crystal Palace in the summer, but Arsene Wenger pulled the plug on the deal after failing to land a replacement, while previous exit paths...
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