Reports: Arsenal Duo In Punch-Up | Giroud’s Hotel Romp With Model

By on February 9, 2014

Arsenal players are hardly covering themselves in glory this weekend, are they? Not only did the whole squad put in a dismal display at Anfield on Saturday, but the newspapers have been sticking the knife in with some accusations aimed at Yaya Sanogo, Per Mertesacker and Olivier Giroud.

Lets start with the Telegraph’s report and the broadsheet is claiming that Sanogo and Mertesacker were involved in a training ground bust-up that left the German defender with a black eye.

The report suggests that the punch-up may have happened prior to the Liverpool clash but it seems that it did in fact occur before the Crystal Palace game last week.

Arsenal have insisted it was nothing more than a minor dispute that happens on training grounds up and down the country every week, and Sanogo won’t be reprimanded by the club.

Obviously any incidents are going to be highlighted by the press but while we don’t know the exact details of what went down, I’ll be hugely disappointed with Sanogo if he did strike Mertesacker. He may not officially have the armband, but Per is our captain on the pitch and the 21-year-old forward – who’s only been at the club a matter on months – should show the experienced German more respect.

Next and the Irish Sun reported today that Giroud was apparently up until 3am the night before the Liverpool game shagging some model called Celia Kay.

The paper claims that Giroud sneaked the 34D model into the team hotel and was kept up all night ‘entertaining her’. This was obviously done strictly against Arsene Wenger’s wishes, as the boss had instructed the players to get an early night due to our 12.45 kick off, and it would certainly go some way to explaining Giroud’s poor display at Anfield.

However, I’ve read rumours online that Miss Kay was in fact in Las Vegas on the night in question, making it impossible she was in Liverpool with Giroud.

The French striker is married, so I’d imagine he may be speaking to his lawyers to see what legal action could be taken against the Irish Sun if these accusations prove to be false.

It’s been a tough few days for the club but we have the perfect opportunity to put it all behind us when Manchester United come to the Emirates on Wednesday night.



    February 9, 2014 at 11:33 pm

    Arsenal thrashing by liverpool is the beginning of our catastrophic season because of wenger worst transfer policies.It is time for all gunner fans like me to wake from their slumbers and speak out against this intolerable transfer policy by wenger and Kroenke.Enough is Enough now.we are being hurt beyond limit.wake up!wake up!wake up and tell Arsenal board to stop using this great club like any soccer academy in Africa where they sell their best talents for money sake.


  2. ajay harichand

    February 10, 2014 at 5:42 am

    wenger showed no respect to us with the transfer window
    he said we did not need players
    does he know what it feels like for us fans watching the game
    i am totaly devastated
    time to catch a wake up mr wenger

  3. steven

    February 10, 2014 at 6:40 am

    If wenger can not respect us fans i think time as come for us too to disrespect him also we can not be looking at him waisting our time our money like this. and if i may ask is it only oliver we have as striker he sould also give podos also a play time may be he can chalenge giroud than for him to always disgrace us infront of net

    • beckley

      February 10, 2014 at 12:04 pm

      @steven you have said the right thing, i jus dont know wht giroud is still doin upfront he is not a striker i dnt knw the word to use for him.poldi is so much beta dan him yet dnt ve d palyin time am just tired wit winger

  4. Titus Bandi

    February 10, 2014 at 7:20 am

    Sanogo should be punished for punching Per Mer. He Sanogo has not contributed anything to the team this season

  5. Abdulfatah

    February 10, 2014 at 7:33 am

    I keep wondering why wenger would always insist that he has a big squad. well! will love to see the squad he has facing an uphill task lifting trophies this season. am keeping my fingers crossed.

    • bc

      February 10, 2014 at 4:39 pm

      well 55 professionals is a fairly big squad

  6. Edidiong Ime Idiong

    February 10, 2014 at 9:35 am

    wenger is making fool of himself and the management. Arsenal fanz should leave they staduim for wenger.

  7. Jbugano

    February 10, 2014 at 11:35 am

    Mr Wenger, We are saturated,pl b active

  8. Garry

    February 10, 2014 at 2:36 pm

    i think wenger is always loosing thr plot during the transfer window. we cant cary on wth ths crazy devaluation of players. we hv plenty plus super stars bt we end up wth no one bcoz every1 is xpensiv fo wenger whilst the man cities and chelseas jus snatch the players they want. wenger must splash the pound and strengthen the weak team

  9. Arsene wenger8yrstruphyles

    February 10, 2014 at 3:10 pm

    Ok ooooo you never know me hmmmm hmmmmmm

  10. stoney stoney

    February 10, 2014 at 3:15 pm

    I really salute all those fans who shared the pain i underwent during “the arsenal” deft by liverpool.wenger is not apure manager any maybe agumbler.he never have pain in his heart,that is why when a transfer season comes,he baby play arsenal fans by the word,you will see a new arrival but @ the end,no right player,all players are expensive.

  11. justus wathe

    February 10, 2014 at 4:59 pm

    Aw is just in business. Transfer window comes n to him no quality player,n all players are expensive,. Look he bought a player n its alleged he may have some weeks to go n prove himself. Injured player. Am 100 percent AW cannot win any trophy with that mentality of being mean with pounds. Gambling with transfer policy. So sad here in Kenya

  12. joshua chinguo gunners mankers

    February 10, 2014 at 5:36 pm

    Wenger know to choose players for other teams to buy hazard, Mata, ozil b4 he joined madrid, Dzeko, Balotel, criciano ron ado many more players bt him to relialise that football has been changed , no investment no trophy what so ever believe me another year without trophy & our fans will continue to stabe others out of frustration

  13. Reuben

    February 10, 2014 at 8:49 pm

    I don’t blame Giroud!! I would stay up with her until 5 am!!! doubt the story is true though

  14. Ikusika festus

    February 11, 2014 at 6:11 am

    arsene wenger is a gambler, bcos i dont know why he did not buy a good striker before the transfer window close, bcos i can only see giroud performing upfront as a ball boy, not as a striker all.

  15. Ikusika festus

    February 11, 2014 at 6:12 am

    arsene wenger is a gambler, bcos i dont know why he did not buy a good striker before the transfer window close, bcos i can only see giroud performing upfront as a ball boy, not as a striker at all.

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