Santi Cazorla


#21

Agreed, Wenger isn’t an idiot and he will start Santi if he is fit and 100%. Just fear that won’t be often enough/ sure that Wenger will see Ramsey as the first option to replace Cazorla, when for all El Nene’s mediocrity and Coq’s perhaps redundancy in a midfield with Xhaka, those two are still better options than Ramsey in midfield.

Ah, how I long for the days of Diaby.


#22

Great news. So we have to use our most important midfielder carefully. But even if he is half-fit he adds so much to us.


#23

Sorry but why this Amden is a bible for Arsenal fans? He tweeted a bunch of shit rumors during this transfer window.


#24

He’s a complete and utter cunt bag when it comes to transfers but he does seem to have an in when it comes to injuries and lineups.


#25

He is one of our most important players, we missed him massively last season. This is just shit news.

With Wilshere out for the season, Cazorla with a potential problem (even worse at his age), we could be very light in the middle once again.

Xhaka, Coq, Elneny, Ramsey, Ozil - to cover all competitions is a big ask. Maybe Iwobi will play in Ozil’s place now and again but still that leave the left side with minimal options.


#26

I don’t get it, he looked very sharp against Chivas? I’m gonna believe the manager.


#27

we need this man fit


#28

Saw some Twitter stuff about him being made captain this season.

And is he injured/unfit for tomorrow?


#29

Think he will make it for sunday . Think he is the right choice for captain right now


#30

He’s fit.


#31

He is what makes us tick without him we lack threat .


#32

Besides, he is the only one to have the balls to shoot from distance.


#33

Elneny just dropped dead somewhere.


#34

If he was fully fit y o y diddnt he start yesterday ?


#35

Fun video with Santi, answering questions about his team mates :santi2:


#36

Lovely guy.


#37

Nacho listening to classic music!? :bellerin::coq: Great interview by Santi though. Such a lovely guy :slight_smile:


#38

Santi Cazorla was left devastated after being left out of Arsenal ’s starting XI for their Premier League opener.

Midfielder Cazorla was deeply disappointed at only being a substitute after believing he’d had a good pre-season and was one of the most senior players in their squad.

It was the most upset that some people at Arsenal had ever seen the 31-year-old, who has a reputation as being a humble club-first man despite being a top class Spain international.

Boss Arsene Wenger picked Francis Coquelin, Mohamed Elneny and Alex Iwobi ahead of Cazorla, who eventually came on as a 61st minute substitute in the goal-packed defeat

http://www.mirror.co.uk/sport/football/news/arsenal-axe-season-opener-even-8666686 .


#39

I hope that’s not true.

If Santi is sad then I am sad.


#40

Yikes…dissension in the ranks and Santi has to feel like his last chances at glory are slipping away under Wenger.