OJ OK but Emery not sweet on sugary drinks

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Instead, Emery wants the team to follow his lead and drink a healthier alternative as his quest to overhaul the fortunes of the club continues.

Ozil missed last weekend's 3-1 win over West Ham because of illness, with Emery forced to deny there had been a training ground bust-up between them.

The new Gunners boss loves the passing football served up by fellow Spaniard Pep Guardiola at Manchester City but will order muscle and might to achieve a win, starting at Cardiff on Sunday.

"Yes, this is true", he said when asked about the ban.

"I am very happy with the player", Emery said. But with a lot of sugar? "The players are working hard every day and making demands of me to start with their work rate".

"It's down to me a bit more than them".

It is believed Ozil was suffering with a heavy cold which meant club staff felt it was best if he was kept away from other players to prevent any further infection. "They prefer their orange fresh".

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Arsenal's Unai Emery insists he has not fallen out with Mesut Ozil, after the midfielder was left out for their 3-1 Premier League victory over West Ham.

It was claimed Ozil had stormed out of a training session when Emery urged him to try harder to adapt to his high-tempo pressing game. "We started Tuesday and every day we are doing the training and he's normal with the group".

Arsenal discovered their Europa League fate moments before Emery's press conference to preview the Cardiff game.

Arsenal have been drawn in group E alongside Portugal's Sporting Lisbon, Azerbaijan outfit Qarabaq and Ukranian side Vorskla Poltava.

Rosenborg will be their first opponents at Celtic Park on 20 September, just seven weeks after the teams met in the second qualifying round of the Champions League.

"We need more control, more with the ball, more with our positioning on the pitch, more control when we close the ball [down]", he said.

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