Arsenal Star Turned Upon By Tottenham Fans

Arsenal’s defensive midfielder Emmanuel Frimpong was praised by his current manager Mick McCarthy for the excellent job he’s doing since he was brought on loan by Wolverhampton. The youngster helped the Wolves get a point out of the clash against Tottenham, but was then turned upon by the Spurs fans who remembered he’s a Gunner.

“I thought he was so unlucky with the free-kick he gave away because I thought he won the ball with a good tackle and it was a poor decision,” said McCarthy.

“I took him off because he might have got a second booking.

Wenger Knows The Ace Down Wolves’ Sleeve

Arsenal’s manager Arsene Wenger praised his Wolverhampton counterpart Mick McCarthy saying that the manager isn’t doing anything short than working miracles at Wolverhampton and that games against the Wolves were never easy games.

“Mick McCarthy is doing miracles at Wolves,” Wenger said

“He is always ready for a fight, never gives up, keeps his steadiness and mental strength, never shows any strain.

“It is great what he does for his club. I believe they play extremely good football as well.”

“It demands special strength from the manager to fight until the last day with the uncertainty sometimes whether you will stay up,” the Arsenal boss said.

Arsenal Match Got Postponed And Did RVP’s Dreams

Arsenal’s Boxing Day Match has been pushed up on the 27th after threats of a possible London Underground strike, so the match against Wolverhampton will have to wait for another day, leaving the Gunners with only 3 days to recover and prepare for the Queen Parks Rangers match from the 31st.

A statement on the official website read:

“As a result of the proposed industrial action on London Underground on Monday, December 26, our home Premier League match against Wolverhampton Wanderers, originally planned for Boxing Day, has been postponed.”

Frimpong – I Can Play For Other Clubs

Arsenal’s midfielder Emmanuel Frimpong hinted that he might be in for a loan move saying that Coquelin, Chamberlain and himself can play anywhere if they can play for Arsenal and that the performance they had last night was not exclusively negative.

“It was a great atmosphere and it was lovely to be involved,” he told Arsenal. com

“If the likes of me, Francis [Coquelin] and Alex [Oxlade-Chamberlain] can show we can play here, we can plan anywhere. I know we lost the game but we have to take positives from it. “

Arsenal to lose Frimpong in January loan move

Recent speculations in the English press say that Arsenal’s teenage midfielder Emmanuel Frimpong is set to leave the club in January for a 6 months loan move at Premiership side Wolverhampton.

The young hotshot can’t seem to find his place in Wenger’s first team too often after the transfers came in and some of Arsenal’s players got rid of old injuries, and he’s likely to accept any loan move which can provide him with weekly action.

Frimpong is likely to join Wolverhampton because manager McCarthy is a well known admirer of him and in many occasions the boss declared that he would like to bring Frimpong over for a loan if possible.