Found September 07, 2012 on
The first set of international fixtures take place today and Arsenal has its fair share of contingent representing their motherlands. Two Gunners will even lock horns tonight as Aaron Ramsey’s Wales take on the hugely impressive Belgian team with a certain Thomas Vermaelen in it. I’m tipping this red hot Belgian side to run riot past Wales but with players like Ramsey and the world’s best left-footed Chimpanzee in their ranks, the outcome could be different. While the matches will be ongoing tonight, Bacary Sagna will be in his home with his beautiful Ludivine, as he watches his Les Bleus play against Finland. Sagna was utterly disappointed to miss out on the European Championships courtesy of his second broken leg but Mark Debuchy did pretty well in his absence. Mr. Consistency has been on the news lately, as he has expressed his frustration over the way the club conducted its transfer business this summer, with emphasis being on Alex Song’s sale to Barcelona, “Everyone knew Robin ...

Vermaelen hails Bould impact

Arsenal captain Thomas Vermaelen has heaped praise on new assistant boss Steve Bould for his role in their good start to the new season. Defensively, The Gunners have been hugely impressively so far this term, keeping clean sheets in their opening three league games. And Belgian ace Vermaelen says Bould, who was appointed in place of Pat Rice who retired in the summer, has played...
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