Injury Blow As Gunners Star Is Ruled Out For A Month

By The Editor
on 2nd October 2018

Petr Cech will have a spell on the sidelines following his hamstring knock against Watford…


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Arsenal goalkeeper Petr Cech has been ruled out for a month after he went down with a hamstring injury in our 2-0 win against Watford on Saturday, the club have confirmed.

The 36-year-old sustained the injury as he attempted to take a goal kick, and it was immediately evident that it was a significant hamstring problem.

Cech has started the season as Unai Emery’s No.1 despite the high-profile arrival of Germany goalkeeper Bernd Leno for a club-record fee paid for a shot-stopper.

The German’s youth, coupled with his modern qualities for a goalkeeper maid it seemĀ as though he’d fit straight in as our first choice.

However, a feature that Emery has become notorious for, a new signing has been maid to earn their spot and it seems Leno will now be given that chance following Cech’s unfortunate injury.

Having said that, with a two-week international break on the horizon, Cech won’t actually miss much football and will hopefully be back to challenge Leno for the No.1 spot once club duties return.