Arsenal host Huddersfield at The Emirates on Saturday as they look to extend their excellent unbeaten run. Here is the latest team news ahead of the game....
"I don't know if Saturday is a possibility, but we're thinking the Europa League game against Qarabag could be a good match for him". He's had an outstanding year so far and this injury could affect him for the rest of his career.
"We are going to wait for what the doctor tells us but it is maybe a big injury".
Meyer stepping down at Ohio State, Day to take over
Meyer was making a reported $4 million per year while coaching the Gators; he signed a contract with the team worth $24 million. A month ago, it seemed as if Haskins might benefit from another year at Ohio State to develop further and chase a playoff bid.
We are on a gradual way with him. He's playing for the under-23s with a good feeling. You've got to take the positives from somewhere and that's the job of the management to say: "'Right, there were certain things we can take positives from, then build on it'".
Club captain Koscielny offers "experience, quality, personality" for the Gunners, Emery added.
Emery added: "He had a backache and now he's working with one physio". Tomorrow [Friday] will be the decision.
Putin: U.S. Withdrawal From INF 'Ill-Considered,' But Russia Will Follow Suit
Russian border guards fired on three Ukrainian navy vessels in the Black Sea near the Russia-occupied Crimea on November 25. The INF brief was issued by ACA Executive Director Daryl Kimball and Disarmament Director Kingston Reif.
Arsenal centre-back Rob Holding has been ruled out for up to nine months after he ruptured the anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee on Wednesday.
It's terrible news that Rob Holding will miss the rest of the season.
With Holding now out for the foreseeable future, Emery needs to reshape his back three and Nacho Monreal could be in-line for a recall against Huddersfield after returning to full training this week following a hamstring injury.
Facebook wielded user data to reward, punish rivals, emails show
Six4Three acquired the files as part of a US lawsuit that accuses Facebook of deceptive, anti-competitive business practices. The U.K. committee seized the documents from app developer Six4Three, maker of a now-defunct bikini-picture search app.