Yaya Sanogo Injury Leaves Arsenal With Olivier Giroud As Only Fit Striker: Nightly Soccer Report
Arsenal striker Yaya Sanogo has returned to the Premier League club after picking up an injury while on duty with the France under-21 squad.
Sanogo suffered a back strain, and will undergo intensive treatment at the club’s Colney facilities in order to try to recover in time for this Saturday’s match against Sunderland.
If Sanogo will be out of this weekend’s match, Arsenal will be left with only one fit and designated striker — Olivier Giroud.
Here are tonight’s world soccer news headlines:
- Yaya Sanogo injury leaves Arsenal with Olivier Giroud as only fit striker — The Mail
- Liverpool ready to move ahead with redevelopment of Anfield after John W Henry reveals finances are in place — Telegraph
- Manchester United legend Sir Alex Ferguson gives blueprint for success — The Guardian
- Sky Sports reports, Sky Bet reacts – conflict of interest? — The Independent
- Injury concern for Cardiff as goalkeeper David Marshall is forced to leave the field for Scotland — Wales Online
- Mathieu Flamini tips Arsenal for the title and says he has “unfinished business” — The Mirror
- Shay Given’s £3m salary could see him stuck at Aston Villa — The Guardian
- Zinedine Zidane plans Iker Casillas peace talks to prevent Premier League move — The Mirror
- Jazz Richards joins Huddersfield on loan — The Swansea Way
- FA spurred to issue warning over use of Yid term — Inside World Football
- Inside the strategy how Man United’s David Moyes recruited players at Everton — 101GG
- Chelsea’s Eden Hazard declared fit to face Everton — The Mail
- Messi at the double as Argentina book their World Cup place — Goal
- England exhibit familiar set of failings in draw against Ukraine — The Guardian
- 5 things we learned from Ukraine v England: Jack Wilshere is not ready; bring back Carrick — Independent
- Roy Hodgson forced to defend ‘woeful’ England after Ukraine stalemate — The Guardian
- Bilek resigns as Czechs’ Brazil bid falters — UEFA
- Italy and Holland qualify for 2014 World Cup with two games to spare — The Guardian
- Dejected Wales boss Chris Coleman insists: ‘I have no intention of going anywhere’ — Wales Online
- Stuart Pearce slams Phil Jones and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain for refusing to play for England Under-21s this summer — The Mirror
- Roy Hodgson’s counter-attacking plan is scuppered by familiar England flaws — The Guardian
- England abandon bid for Wembley to host Euro 2020 final stages — The Mirror
- The best ever uncapped England XI — Left Back In The Changing Room
- ESPN takes soccer production to next level for USA-Mexico World Cup Qualifier — Sports Video Group
- FAI chiefs to meet to discuss Giovanni Trapattoni’s future as Ireland manage — The Mail
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