Emery confirms Arsenal will play some youngsters against Tottenham


"Tomorrow we are going to train with every player".

Dier's reaction prompted a number of Arsenal players to mock the England global after the match, and now Rose has claimed that Spurs had to make amends in the League Cup after their city rivals were celebrating like they'd won the league. "I can not say nothing, because always for one can not pay one million".

"The Met is working with Arsenal Football Club to identify the person responsible for an incident where a bottle was thrown onto the pitch during the Arsenal vs. Tottenham match on Wednesday, Dec. 19", the statement said.

Mesut Ozil of Arsenal with a tattoo saying only God can judge me during the Premier League match between Arsenal FC and Watford FC at Emirates Stadium on September 29, 2018 in London, United Kingdom.

"He loves to compete", said the Argentinian. In training he gets bored easily if you don't put in opposition and you push him to compete, because he's an animal, a competitive animal.

The water bottle which hit Dele Alli of Tottenham Hotspur is removed by a steward
Emery confirms Arsenal will play some youngsters against Tottenham

Arsenal were left to rue several wasted opportunities with Henrikh Mkhitaryan guilty in the first half, while the hosts also struck the woodwork on a couple of occasions.

Laurent Koscielny and Nacho Monreal have both recently returned from long-term injuries but they haven't looked almost convincing enough in either game, which will surely prompt head of recruitment Sven Mislintat to bolster a paper-thin defence when the transfer window opens next month. I don't want to be wrong but I think everyone realises.

Ramsey is out of contract at the end of the season meaning the Gunners need to offload him during the January window if they wish to cash in on his sale.

"Every player is important and one I decided didn't play". Now I think the most important thing is the result. "In another country, maybe the player goes down on the pitch and creates a big problem", the Spurs boss told a news conference ahead of Sunday's match against Everton.

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When the police realised it was all fun and games, Williams asked them to participate. Williams is familiar with the area, "We're not trouble".