Troy Deeney given green light to troll Arsenal…again

Germany manager Joachim Low is reportedly the leading candidate to succeed Arsene Wenger as Arsenal manager during the summer. "All I can tell you is that we are no closer to sorting anything out", he said.

"Arsenal have deserved to win the game".

We are not through, this tie isn't over yet and we have to finish the job. That said, there is still a game to play and for that, we are here to preview the match with team news and how to watch.

"We have to go with the same attitude as the last games and try to get the result". "But I have to keep doing the same now", said Mkhitaryan.

Wenger will be looking for Arsenal's first win in the Premier League since the start of February against Watford after three away defeats in a row.

The 29-year-old has been unable to help Arsenal losing four of their last five Premier League games to lose substantial ground on their traditional rivals. Sead Kolasinac, his replacement in the team, is a doubt too, after coming off injured against Milan, and if he fails to recover, it would be Ainsley Maitland-Niles who is likely to play at left-back. When I don't win I am suffering like everyone else.

It was a result that few of Arsenal's 2,000 fans in the San Siro had expected, despite the fact that AC Milan are unrecognisable from the side they once menaced European football.

"This doesn't mean we lack the qualities, but there are players structured in a very different way from ours". Everyone is free to explain feelings and a point of view as he wants - I like this way. A loss against Arsenal can happen, we could have done better but the important thing is that we put this defeat behind us and we look to the future with enthusiasm.

"They had very good quality although they are going through a hard period". This would have given the manager and players tons of confidence as they head into this game. "We've just got to stick together". We showed that Milan can perform as a good team. The striker scored the winning goals in Watford's last two fixtures, handing the Hornets 1-0 victories on both occasions.

We'll face a Watford side that beat us 2-1 in the reverse fixture in October and hopefully the players have a point to prove after Troy Deeney accused us of have no "cojones" following the defeat at Vicarage Road.

  • Julie Sanders