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Wenger Ready To Start Ryo Miyaichi Against Liverpool

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is ready to throw Ryo Miyaichi into the Premier League cauldron against Liverpool. The 18-year old will be available to face Liverpool next weekend after the player successfully obtained his work permit.

Arsenal are short of numbers in midfield following injuries, suspensions and departures, and the winger has been dubbed the Japanese Ronaldinho and is desperate for some action according to his manager.

“We got the work permit for him because he is an exceptional talent,” the manager told the Gunners’ official website.

“Overall we are very happy because he is one of the players who can have a big impact this season. He will play as a striker, right or left, he is a winger type and he is very keen.”

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  1. Stu

    August 16, 2011 at 11:08 am

    *confused* That quote is more than a few weeks old and makes no implication of him starting against Liverpool…Desperate for hits me thinks.

  2. Arselicked

    August 16, 2011 at 11:23 am

    @ Stu

    Spot on mate

  3. fad

    August 16, 2011 at 11:32 am

    you have nothing to write.

  4. Nayo

    August 16, 2011 at 11:34 am

    Wenger is wealy confused,we are goning 2 beat d hel out of them un saturday


    August 16, 2011 at 11:38 am

    Wenger may as well play Miyaichi, he has much better energy and fitness than Arshavin and he has the desire and quality to make a difference. Click my name!

    • samuel

      August 16, 2011 at 1:25 pm

      Exactly right but what is the little Russ
      ian still doing at the club anyway,oh i forgot it,s the 75 -000 pound a week wages
      he earns for doing zilch on the pitch so how many goals has he scored in the time he,s been at the club as he,s paid big bucks ,to score the goals and not clown
      about so Miyaichi cannot possibly be any
      worse than Arshavin and at way less expe
      nse every month ?

  6. waleed

    August 16, 2011 at 12:01 pm

    Hi that so u & y I’m a supporter (have, is & will) always be a arsenal supporter we don’t get but creat & bring out the best in players but this part is the that I myself don’t like. Only 4 the man citys real madrids & chealseas 2 take them 4rm us with an increase in pay offer

  7. abc

    August 16, 2011 at 12:04 pm

    Not sure about this as Wenger said Friday that Ryo is in Japan applying for a visa,i doubt it would be sorted that quickly. However, last night he was added to our Champions League squad, so that he is now eligible to play against Udinese.

  8. michael amuakwa

    August 16, 2011 at 12:19 pm

    Hello to all Gooners around the world! Let us all take a deep breath, whilst we ponder what has gone wrong with our dear club. I have been a Gooner since my school days in England in the eighties, and i must say that, the situation our dear club finds itself in is a bit worrisome. I must admit, after watching the game against Newcastle over the week end, i am scared that, if we do not strengthen our midfield with a creative player, we may find ourselves at the wrong end of the log. Yes, we may have built a new stadium and seemingly we are running a prudent business, but the fundamental question is, where has all that left us as a club? Probably no where! The board of directors may be happy with the state of affairs in the club, but are the supporters happy? I guess not. Watching Man Utd on sunday and Man City last night, only shows what prudent investment in a football team can bring to its supporters. Arsenal as a club had a lot of supporters in Ghana where i live , but with the current situation going on with the club, a lot of us are getting dejected supporting the club, since we are at the butt of all sort of jokes.

    • samuel

      August 16, 2011 at 1:31 pm

      So exactly what did you see about Man.Uni
      ted vs WBA that made you scared of them as
      it was the usual lucky own goal that spar
      ed old red nose,s blushes and the blue ha
      lf of Manchester couldn,t possibly get an
      easier start to a season than against the first ever Welsh team (Swansea City )in the Premier League at home as well
      ,so stop crying or feeling sorry for youself Michael ?

  9. Pid

    August 16, 2011 at 1:36 pm

    @michael amuakwa FFS!!! Who cares if someone makes a joke at you because you support arsenal! You don’t support a club because you think no one will take the piss out of you for supporting them! Also, Man City and prudent spending are two phrases that should never appear in the same sentance…

  10. Thegooner

    August 16, 2011 at 5:43 pm

    Michael, get hold of urself man. D only thing worthy of note in comment is ur use of english. As for idea, zilch. How in d life of me can u associate man city with prudence?

  11. Bamidele adekunle

    August 16, 2011 at 7:24 pm

    Let us all take a deep breath first, i was once worried, and i still am, but one thing i will never do is lose faith in this team. I live in nigeria too and you know what my dear team is called=feeder team. Don’t blame michael because some of us take this team to heart more than others. Peace out gooners.

  12. Le Prof

    August 17, 2011 at 9:35 am

    We need 2 creative midfielders and 1 central defender.Vermalen & Kos are doing quite well at this time but we still need some firm backup as everything changed last night when Djourou got on the pitch.As for the Fab saga,he is gone but there is still hope for us.Get Eden & Mata,pay the pounds for them and everybody will take us serious agaain.

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