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Arsenal wouldn't be Arsenal if the club didn't have to worry about a couple injuries here and there.
Aaron Ramsey and Laurent Koscielny have both come back from international duty with what appears to be calf injuries. It's the same kind of thing that held Mikel Arteta out for three weeks.
But since Thomas Vermaelen will be out with an ankle injury, this situation could get sticky. Wenger might have to turn to Ignasi Miquel. Or worse: Sebastien Squillaci.
Turning to a man who has played very sparingly over the past two years is a risky move. It's definitely not an ideal situation.
But thankfully, that will most likely not happen, as Wenger said that he'll play Carl Jenkinson in the middle before he does Squillaci.
And it's also disappointing for Ramsey because he was playing so well before the break.
This is another reason why international friendlies can be said to be completely pointless and stupid.