Lacazette aiming for injury return against Sheffield United
Posted by: Boston Gooner (IP Logged)
Date: 11 October, 2019 11:29

Alexander Lacazette is aiming to return to Arsenal first-team training next week and be in contention for the clash with Sheffield United, live on the next Monday Night Football.

The France striker has been out for more than a month with an ankle injury - since the home draw with rivals Tottenham on September 1, in which he scored.

His rehabilitation has gone well and it is hoped he can be available when the Gunners return to Premier League action at Bramall Lane following the international break.



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Re: Lacazette aiming for injury return against Sheffield United
Posted by: CazOnARola (IP Logged)
Date: 11 October, 2019 12:43

It will be a tough game as we haven't been great away (not at home either). We need every player we can get. Will probably take away the spot of Nelson

Re: Lacazette aiming for injury return against Sheffield United
Posted by: djarse (IP Logged)
Date: 11 October, 2019 15:39

Sheffield don't concede many but don't score many either - 7 for 7 against.

They have lost 3 out of 4 home games so far.

Need Lacazette back - we have missed him. I think Tierney should start for that game too.

Re: Lacazette aiming for injury return against Sheffield United
Posted by: Merlion96 (IP Logged)
Date: 13 October, 2019 03:24

Who will you drop?
Saka or Pepe?

Knowing that dumbfcuk, he wanted to prove he is right to buy Pepe and will field Pepe comes what may.

Auba-Laca-Pepe.

Laca is a better centre-forward in holding the ball and link-up plays in he centre than Auba.
Auba is superb collecting balls from the flank, between defenders and running into passing channels with his predatory instinct.

Laca is superb collecting the ball with his back to gaol, twisting and turning to create a split-second of shooting opportunity and scored.

Laca is a brutal and physical closed-range streetfighter in the box.
Whereas Auba is an elegant and long-range Savate fighter in the box and needed space to stretch his legs.



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Re: Lacazette aiming for injury return against Sheffield United
Posted by: CazOnARola (IP Logged)
Date: 13 October, 2019 08:09

You will not drop anyone, Lacazette would start from the bench since this is his first game back. After 60 min, he can come on for pepe or saka depending on who is doing better

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