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Goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny maintains he has no thoughts of leaving Arsenal "as long as they want me here".
The Poland international was dropped for the Champions League game against Bayern Munich last week as manager Arsene Wenger felt the 22-year-old had been "mentally affected" by the number of games played, and again took him out of the firing line for Saturday's trip to Swansea where Lukasz Fabianski kept a second consecutive clean sheet.
Despite maintaining he could offer no players a guarantee of a place in his side - not even captain Thomas Vermaelen, who also sat out the last two Gunners matches - Wenger insists Szczesny remains part of his long-term plans, having taken a chance on the young Pole who came through Arsenal's youth ranks after joining the club's academy from hometown side Legia Warsaw in 2006.
Speaking to Polish daily newspaper Gazeta Wyborcza in an interview conducted before the Swansea game, Szczesny said: "I am too ...
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Arsenal goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny has distanced himself from inflammatory comments made by his father in a Polish newspaper.
In an interview with Przeglad Sportowy, Maciej Szczesny accused Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger of using his son as a scapegoat for the club's poor season.
Maciej Szczesny's made the comments after Wojciech was dropped for the second leg of Arsenal...
Wojciech Szczesny has criticized his father for making disparaging comments about Arsene Wenger following the Arsenal manager's decision to drop the goalkeeper after a spell of poor form.
Maciej Szczesny reportedly told Polish newspaper Przegald Sportowy that Wenger has used the goalkeeper as a scapegoat for the club's underwhelming season and accused the French manager...
Arsenal goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny says he is not unsettled despite losing his place after Lukasz Fabianski?s recent two clean sheets.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger must take some responsibility for the drop in form of keeper Wojciech Szczesny - according to the player's father.
Szczesny was axed for the Champions League game against Bayern Munich last week, with Wenger claiming the 22-year-old had been "mentally affected" by the number of games played.
The Poland international was then put on the bench...