Published: Sun, September 17, 2017
Sports | By Nelson Rowe

Uefa charge Arsenal and Cologne over crowd issues

Uefa charge Arsenal and Cologne over crowd issues

"For sure this type of situation is very unsafe, your mind goes to the people in this situation".

Arsenal have launched a full review into the circumstances surrounding the game. This is the best way.

Cologne coach Peter Stoger refused to be questioned on the actions of the club's supporters: I have no comment about the fans, he said. In this case it is important to continue.

"It is very hard to see him (returning) before the worldwide break". "They should certainly make an inquiry to find out what happened, for sure".

Conte said: "To have this type of patience for him is paying off".

"By not being too obsessed by our opponent and not to forget to play our football. His improving a lot and he is very close to being 100% fit". He performed well and Wenger was clearly pleased. "I don't know how they managed to infiltrate our fans and get everywhere but they did that very well", he said.

"It is a massive game".

"You learn from defeats and during the season every team will go through bad patches and have bad games". For this reason, we must have great patience.

"I believe in three days we can recover".

This is a huge game for the Gunners, who have lost to Stoke and Liverpool on the road this season.

"Wenger rotated and rested a lot of players".

Ahead of a meeting between Chelsea and Arsenal on Sunday, the former England global told Sky Sports: "I like him [Lacazette], I think he is a good player - but Morata is top top drawer".

Arsenal, in the meantime, are off to a shaky start after they won two and lost two this season to find themselves trailing the front-runners early. The Gunners have a awful record against last season's top six, winning only two away games out of 21 since the start of the 2013-14 season.

Chelsea's title defence may have gotten off to a rocky start in Week 1, but with wins against Tottenham Hotspur and Leicester City under their belt, the Blues appear to be rounding into form.

"That was missing from the last few games".

"In both situations I think you have to see very well if there was the red card or not", Conte said.

"He has a muscular problem in his calf. And in two, three weeks, four weeks, I don't know". I think that I trust myself and my idea, in my methods.

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