Arsenal boss Wenger: Wilshere will start against Schalke | Premiership News | Tribal Football

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger says Jack Wilshere could start in their Champions League clash with Schalke. Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger says Jack Wilshere could start in their Champions League clash with Schalke.Wenger is happy with Wilshere’s progress and looks set to start him in a European game for the first time since Arsenal were knocked out by Barcelona in March 2011.”I think I will play him tomorrow,” said Wenger.”Then we have a block of three games and maybe the fact that he gets a period of recovering will be just right for him. He gets better in every game.”I think the sending off [at Old Trafford] was very harsh, having watched it again,” added Wenger. “Sometimes, I believe that slow motion doesn’t help the judgment. He went for the ball.”

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Japan allow Man Utd's Kagawa to remain in England | Premiership News | Tribal Football

Japan have done right by Manchester United after leaving Shinji Kagawa out of their latest squad. Japan have done right by Manchester United after leaving Shinji Kagawa out of their latest squad.Japan have left Kagawa out of their squad for the World Cup qualifier against Oman on 14 November due to his knee injury.The FA could’ve demanded he fly to Japan to check on his fitness, but agreed to leave the midfielder out.More From:http://wordname.webnode.com

Schalke midfielder Jones aims to attract Premier League offers | Transfers | Tribal Football

Schalke midfielder Jermaine Jones wants a return to the Premier League.The USA international had a previous spell at Blackburn Rovers. Schalke midfielder Jermaine Jones wants a return to the Premier League.The USA international had a previous spell at Blackburn Rovers.Jones said: “The last time, when I was at Blackburn, I had a good time. I have this year and one more with Schalke.”I will look to finish my career with Schalke but if they say no, I will finish [my time] in Germany and, if I get an offer, I will come back to England.”

Palace chief Parish warns Arsenal, Liverpool: £20M not enough for Zaha | Transfers | Tribal Football

Crystal Palace co-owner Steve Parish says £20 million won’t convince him to sell Wilfried Zaha.Arsenal, Manchester City and Liverpool have all been tracking Zaha. Crystal Palace co-owner Steve Parish says £20 million won’t convince him to sell Wilfried Zaha.Arsenal, Manchester City and Liverpool have all been tracking Zaha.“If someone came in with £20m to spend then it would be very difficult to turn down but we might still say no,” said Parish.“Wilfried is our talisman, the best player in this league. My plan for January is to turn my phone off and go into hibernation. Then I won’t be able to listen to any offers and we will come out of the month intact.“As for money to spend, Ian isn’t throwing names at me. He has a great group of players here. He will tweak the squad and make it better.“We will see where we are in January but it may well be that he wants to push on further and we will work together on that.”More From:http://bilibili88.sosblogs.co

Villa boss Lambert excited seeing Agbonlahor amongst goals | Premiership News | Tribal Football

Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert is delighted seeing Gabby Agbonlahor amongst the goals. Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert is delighted seeing Gabby Agbonlahor amongst the goals.Lambert was impressed with Agbonlahor after the Brummie striker’s first Premier League goal since November 5 last year proved to be the winner at Sunderland.“He’s playing exceptionally well at moment, Gabby,” said Lambert.“His goal from the other night was excellent and he was fantastic against Sunderland as well. I am really pleased with him.“I haven’t set him any targets because I don’t want to put pressure on him. It’s hard enough to score in the Premier League without that extra pressure.”

Arsenal striker Chamakh open to Bordeaux return | Transfers | Tribal Football

Marouane Chamakh is unsure of his future at Arsenal.A return to Bordeaux has been mooted and the Morocco international admits that is a possibility. Marouane Chamakh is unsure of his future at Arsenal.A return to Bordeaux has been mooted and the Morocco international admits that is a possibility.”I think I can bring something to the team, but I’m going to have to make a decision in the summer one way or another,” he told RMC Sport. “My priority is here in England but if I return to France, it’ll only be for Bordeaux.”More From:http://wuweimingsb.livejournal.com/4553.html

Britton: Swansea players responding to Laudrup methods | Premiership News | Tribal Football

Leon Britton says Swansea City’s draw with Chelsea is proof the players are responding to manager Michael Laudrup’s methods. Leon Britton says Swansea City’s draw with Chelsea is proof the players are responding to manager Michael Laudrup’s methods.After securing an impressive 1-1 draw with Chelsea at the Liberty Stadium on Saturday, Britton says things are progressing nicely under the new manager.Britton told Wales Online: “It does always take a little while for a manager to stamp his authority on a team – to get his ideas across. You work in pre-season, but then you have a block of 10 games and he can get his ideas across, then review them so he can change things.“This is definitely a Laudrup team and you can say he has had four or five months working on the training ground to get us where we want to be.”