HOME| EDITORIAL STAFF CONTACT US| RSS
      
Transfer market

ENGLAND/ ARSENAL, Wenger: "Santi has earned respect"

14.09.2012 21.19 by TM W  read 2791
Source: The Sun
© foto di RICHRD PELHAM

The Spain midfielder has caught the eye with impressive displays in the first three Premier League games following his £16million summer move from Malaga.
Cazorla netted his first Arsenal goal in the 2-0 win at Liverpool as the Gunners headed into the international break unbeaten with three clean sheets.
The 27-year-old is again expected to be at the centre of the action when newly-promoted Southampton come to the Emirates Stadium tomorrow looking for their first points on their return to the top flight.
Wenger said: “Cazorla has gained the respect of everybody very quickly.
“Cazorla is humble, he loves the game and that is what you want from every football player.
“They talk on the pitch, don’t need to speak too much, just go on the pitch and show what you can do. That is what he does.
“He loves the game, loves to play with his partners and that is the best way to gain respect from everybody.”
German striker Lukas Podolski, signed from Cologne, also found the net at Anfield, producing a dynamic display on the left side of the attack.
And while fellow summer recruit Olivier Giroud has yet to break his Gunners duck, Wenger has been impressed by how the trio have settled into the English domestic game.
He said: “They are used to European football much more than the Premier League.
“The Premier League is a bit more special thanks to the rhythm of the games, the pace, the intensity of the commitment, intensity of every challenge.
“Sometimes it is difficult to adapt to that, but the way we play is a very continental style, so it gives them a good chance to adapt very quickly.
“Players like Cazorla have adapted in a speedy way, the game goes through them.
“Sometimes it is easy in the middle of the park, sometimes it is easy in the centre of the pitch to adapt because the game goes more through you.”

Other news Transfer market
Other news
Highlight

PREMIER LEAGUE - Pochettino extends his contract

Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino has agreed a two-year contract extension that will keep him at White Hart Lane until 2021. The Argentine has become one of the most feted coaches in the English game after guiding Spurs into second place in the Premier League. &

JUVENTUS - Target Kante if Pogba leaves

Gazzetta dello Sport claims Juventus have put their eyes on Leicester star N'Golo Kanté as replacement for Paul Pogba.  The Biancon
 

LA LIGA - Real Sociedad VS Real Madrid

Today the first to play in La Liga will be Real Madrid of Zinedine Zidane, who faces to Real Sociedad. A game that is complicated
 

CHELSEA - Conte's approval to sell Courtois

Chelsea goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois could leave Stamford Bridge after the approval of incoming manager Antonio Conte, according to 
 

LIGUE 1 - Rennes 1 - 1 Monaco - Full Time Result

Rennes managed a late goal to draw the game at home to Monaco. RENNES 1 - 1 MONACO Sio 81'            Costa 14
 

BORUSSIA DORTMUD - £80m budget

Borussia Dortmund are reportedly expected to have a budget of over £100m to spend this summer, according to Bild. Given that M
 
   Editore: TC&C srl web content publisher since 1994 Partita IVA 01488100510