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Arsenal's Laurent Koscielny back in training; Bellerin knee surgery a success

Arsenal captain Laurent Koscielny is back in full training ahead of Sunday's Premier League game at Manchester City after scans confirmed he had not fractured his jaw.

Koscielny was caught by a stray boot from Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku in the FA Cup defeat last week, and did not play in Arsenal's Premier League home win over Cardiff on Tuesday.

Arsenal said scans had shown only "bruising and soft tissue swelling" to Koscielny's face and jaw, giving manager Unai...

Arsenal defender Bellerin out up to nine months after anterior cruciate ligament rupture

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Arsenal defender Hector Bellerin will miss the remainder of the season after scans confirmed he has suffered an anterior cruciate ligament rupture, the club have said.

Bellerin was taken off on a stretcher after 72 minutes of his side's 2-0 victory over Chelsea and will be out of action for the next six-to-nine months.

"Further to the injury sustained during our match against Chelsea on Saturday, we can confirm that Hector has ruptured the anterior cruciate ligament of his left knee," an Arsenal...

Arsenal defender Hector Bellerin breaks the internet with his dress sense again

Hector Bellerin is a man who has his own style. It's fair to say that his dress sense isn't to everyone's tastes but the Arsenal defender stole the show at his club's 3-1 win over Burnley and he wasn't even playing.

Over to you, Internet...

It's only a matter of time before Bellerin gets his own fashion show on some random cable channel, isn't it? Or is arrested by the fashion police... whichever comes first.

Bellerin calf injury adds to Arsenal fitness woes ahead of Christmas fixtures

A Danny Ings brace and a late Charlie Austin winner helped Southampton triumph over Arsenal, ending the Gunner's four-month unbeaten run.

Arsenal coach Unai Emery says right-back Hector Bellerin could miss the festive period after limping off with a calf problem during Sunday's 3-2 loss at Southampton, adding to the Gunners' defensive crisis.

Bellerin was taken off at half-time while fellow right-back Stephan Licthsteiner also had to come off with a knee problem as Arsenal finished the match with two midfielders -- Granit Xhaka and Ainsley Maitland-Niles -- playing in the back four. Left-back Sead Kolasinac missed the match with a...

Arsenal's Hector Bellerin reveals anti-gay abuse: 'It can affect you'

Arsenal defender Hector Bellerin told The Times the extent of the abuse he often faces both online and at matches.

Bellerin, 23, said that he is regularly the victim of anti-gay abuse and that the problem is not just restricted to social media, with similar insults often toward him in Premier League stadiums.

"Most of the abuse is online, but you hear it in the stadium too," Bellerin told The Times. "People have called me 'lesbian' for growing my hair.

"There are other kinds of homophobic insults....

Arsenal's Hector Bellerin turned vegan after talking to boxer David Haye

Hector Bellerin discussed his decision to become a vegan after talking to boxer David Haye, saying it has helped his body recover quicker over the last year.

The Spanish right-back cut meat out of his diet in October and he said that, after initially looking to just try it for a short period, he felt so much better that he decided to make the change permanent.

"I realised that at some point I didn't really need to eat meat. I learned a lot about it and asked other athletes such as Haye," he said....