Wengar at a loss for words with recent injuries

The injuries continue growing for Arsene Wenger at Arsenal and the French manager is without words as he just does not know why his squad is consistently struggling just to stay fit. Aaron Ramsey is out injured for around 4 weeks due to a hamstring pull while Mikel Arteta is also expected to not be available to play for 3 weeks after sustaining a calf strain.

Olivier Giroud, Theo Walcott, Mathieu Debuchy, Nacho Monreal, Yaya Sanogo and Serge Gnabry are the other players in the squad of Wenger that are injured.

Arsene Wenger has been put into question on a number of occasions as if it’s his training regimes that are affecting the physical condition of his players but the Frenchman responded by saying that there have been a number of changes which has been made in the way that he prepares his team compared to some years ago.

"We made a lot of changes over the summer. We have made changes in the way we prepare, in the way we work on prevention for injuries. When you work on the prevention for injuries, it’s a question mark: ‘Why do you get the injuries?’ We know a lot more than 18 years ago when I arrived but still not enough to predict 100% scientifically what happens to everybody.” Arsene Wenger said as he responded to questions concerning his training sessions.

The Premier League kicked off a few months ago on August and the injury list of Arsenal has already been growing exponentially, this can turn into a real problem for a club like Arsenal as they not only have to play in the Premier League but also in the Champions League.