Arsenal's Cech gets nod for Bridge clash

Petr Cech Faces A Battle With Bernd Leno For The No.1 Jersey At Arsenal

Petr Cech Faces A Battle With Bernd Leno For The No.1 Jersey At Arsenal

"Also I think he has experience and he has quality, he has the capacity like a first goalkeeper with us".

Arsenal's start to the season doesn't get any easier when they face Chelsea in their next Premier League fixture this weekend, as Emery looks to get the Gunners' season started with all three points at Stamford Bridge.

"There's a style of play around the place and comfort zone which was really hard to take for me".

The Daily Express claims the Spaniard has set a new routine for his players according to which the players need to lose an average 1.3kg of fat and run an average 750 meters extra per man, per game. Against City as well, I think he played well also. Petr Cech can continue to start the match, I believe in him.

With Cech preferred to former Leverkusen stopper Bernd Leno, who left the German club to join the Gunners in the summer, they replied to a clip of a mistake with "we know a guy." before running a video of Leno playing out from the back.

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Speaking in his pre-match press conference, Emery said he learned a lot about his players from the defeat to City.

'It was Manchester City's day. "I want consistency", said Emery on Thursday.

"That was a good thing, [despite] us losing 2-0".

Injuries to Sead Kolašinac and Nacho Monreal meant that Ainsley Maitland-Niles had to fill in at left-back against Manchester City, but the youngster lasted only 35 minutes before limping out of the action with an injury of his own.

Ian Wright was speaking at the launch of the Premier League Interactive Watchface for TAG Heuer Connected Modular owners and the extension of TAG Heuer's partnership as Official Timekeeper of the Premier League. While Lucas Torreira and Matteo Guendouzi offer potential, some have questioned the logic of bringing in Sokratis Papastathopoulos and Stephan Lichtsteiner, who are 30 and 34 respectively.

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