'Baller', 'So Special' - Some Fans Praise Arsenal Star For Display Against Vorskla

'Baller', 'So Special' - Some Fans Praise Arsenal Star For Display Against Vorskla

As a result of this exceptional measure, UEFA had to review - as a matter of urgency - the potential impact on the staging of the UEFA Europa League match between FC Vorskla and Arsenal FC on 29 November.

The Europa League game between Arsenal and FC Vorskla in Kiev will go ahead as scheduled, UEFA have confirmed to ESPN FC, after the Ukrainian team had expressed doubts over whether it could host the match.

Arsenal's next game is the North London Derby this Sunday.

It's not been plain sailing for Arsenal however, who won just two of those games (against Bournemouth and Vorskla) and drew three (against Liverpool, Wolves and Sporting Lisbon).

It was due to take place in Kiev due to security concerns, UEFA had announced, but the Ukraine side say they can not guarantee the match will be played.

Arsenal said in a statement on their website they were "currently working closely with UEFA and the relevant authorities to ensure the safety and welfare" of all Gunners fans travelling to the match and would provide further updates on match arrangements as soon as they had received confirmation from UEFA.

"He is a good example for the other young players".

Explaining his decision to introduce Charlie Gilmour, Bukayo Saka and Zech Medley, Emery said: 'We were thinking today about our victory and also to create with the right players and to give chances to a lot of players.

"We have a big responsibility with young players", Emery said. Teenage midfielder Emile Smith Rowe is also likely to get another start in the competition.

The match will be played at Kiev's Olympic Stadium after it was moved from Poltava because of security concerns. We had a long trip but for us, it doesn't matter about where we play.

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