[Photos] Sanchez & Ozil train as Arsenal prepare for Bournemouth

By on February 6, 2016

Arsenal undertook their final preparations this afternoon ahead of tomorrow’s crucial trip to Dean Court to take on AFC Bournemouth.

We head in to the game desperately needing to get back to winning ways after failing to win any of our previous four league games and we currently sit eight points adrift of leaders Leicester.

Arsene Wenger oversaw training at London Colney on Saturday afternoon with Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil among the players who were put through their paces by the boss and his coaching staff.

We’re going to need Sanchez and Ozil in top form tomorrow if we’re to come away with the victory so let’s pray the duo can be at their creative best as we haven’t scored in any of our last three league outings.

Here are some more snaps from training today courtesy of Arsenal.com:


One Comment

  1. Wolfgang

    February 7, 2016 at 2:44 am

    If Arsenal can’t win the epl,I hope Leicester/MC or Spurs win it .I have omitted Mu .Imho,it thinks it has a divine right to the epl crown.It has used millions or trillions if you like to buy the epl when rf was incharge.The latter knew the game was up as far as winning was concerned. Hell why would he leave as winning is like a drug.
    As for Wenger,if he cant win the epl,he shd bow out. His methods are getting stale not to mention his tactics.
    Believe me ,Bournemouth will let the gunners have 80% possession like MC against the foxes.Majority possession and passing doesn’t ensure you win.So when the gunners are happily passing infront of the great wall of Bournemouth a sudden breakout will find the gunners a
    goal down.The same thing could happen as the gunners strive for the equalizer.
    I just hope this scenario doesn’t happen.If the gunners lose and are unable to compete,the board may decide time is not on the FM’s side.

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