It is probably nothing more than a coincidence that Arsenal and Chelsea played in the Premier League recently nearly an exact year from what many people see as the turning point in last season´s race to the EPL title.
Wenger was also asked about the subject at his own press conference, commenting, We were interested in him yes, when he moved from Aston Villa to Manchester City, but at the time City was the big investor and so that financial potential was superior to ours at the time.
"You hit certain landmarks along the way, your 100th and so on but, even when I played 500, I am thinking, "you are coming towards the end of your career". Take our quiz and find out.
Speaking ahead of the game, Arsene Wenger refuted suggestions he may go back in for Evans in the future.
Barry credits his longevity to avoiding serious injury and to support from some now-retired former teammates.
Danny Welbeck is out until after the global break with a groin injury and long-term injured midfielder Santi Cazorla is unlikely to be involved in first-team matters until the turn of next year.
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The Rohingya community who fled from Myanmar in the end of Aug has become a matter of concern for everyone. On Aug. 25, a Rohingya militant group staged a series of attacks against police outposts in Rakhine state.
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That is still not the case for Barry.
While at Manchester City, Barry played 132 games and made a further 131 appearances across his two spells at Everton.
Barry was a much-cherished member of City's Premier League title-winning team in 2011-2012, shoring up the midfield to allow Yaya Toure to rampage forward.
Nacho Monreal was the manager's preferred choice at left-back and this summer the club signed Sead Kolasinac, who plays at left wing back. Globally, though, the most vivid image of Barry in an England shirt was in 2010 when he trailed in the wake of Mesut Ozil in the buildup to Germany's final goal in their 4-1 win in the round-of-16 at the World Cup finals.
He said: "I didn't think I'd get here". Rarely is he going to let you down.
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