AFC NEWS: Wilshere Gets His Wish, Ramsey & Gibbs Return, Koscielny Stays.

The Gunners have only 180 minutes of football left of the season and just 90 of that being Premier league. Before they head out to Wembley for the FA Cup final showdown against Hull City.

Arsene Wenger this morning  at the London Colney centre gave press the current status of his team and had a few other things to say.

England International; Wilshere seem to have finally gotten his wish and will most likely feature for the gunners against Norwich as the 23-year-old battles with time to regain fitness to prove to England manager that he is fit enough to make the trip to Brazil for the world cup.

Ramsey on the other hand didn’t make the squad in our last match due to a slight knock he picked up in the match before but seems okay now for the trip to Norwich

Gibbs returns for the gunners after being sidelined for weeks and could also feature for the gunners this weekend. With the Ox still out.

On team news,

Aaron Ramsey is available again and Jack Wilshere could be back in the squad. Kierran Gibbs is back as well” 

” Alex Oxlade Chamberlain is still out “

On Our trip to Norwich,

“We’ll go there to win and try to finish with 79 points” 

On the league title,

“It will be a miracle if Man City don’t win the league now and congratulations to them”

On recent signing,

“Koscielny is close to signing a new contract” 

Arsenal take on 18th placed Norwich City this weekend in what would be the last Premier league game of the 2013/2014 season for both sides.

The gunners would go into the match a bit relaxed after having secured the fourth place and Champions League spot. But Norwich who play host in the match would have a lot of worrying to do as they look set for relegation.

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