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Arsenal link roundup for Friday, January 28

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Here are your Arsenal links for the past couple of (mostly quiet days):

Andrei Arshavin is aware that he's not at his best, according to the official site:

"It’s true that, at the moment, I’m not happy with how I’m playing," he told the Official Matchday Programme. "I feel that I’m making mistakes that I shouldn’t be - not giving good passes and losing a lot of balls. It’s hard to give reasons but I am working hard to get back to my best and am confident it will come...It’s an unusual situation because I’m not used to being on the bench this much. Maybe I had one period like this back at Zenit St Petersburg but it was a bit shorter. I can’t complain when the team is doing this well, though - our recent form in the league has been excellent."

Sebastien Squillaci and Abou Diaby are both healthy and ready to go if needed against Huddersfield, also according to the official site.

Young Guns is reporting that Carlos Vela could be headed to West Brom in a loan move.

Arsène Wenger has confirmed that Wojciech Szczesny is Arsenal's number one keeper for now.

Arseblog has some thoughts on Szczesny being the number one:

It’s also suggested that Manuel is not particularly happy at having to stay, nor understudy Wojscez©®, but that is the nature of professional football. One minute you’re up, the next you’re the opposite of up, whatever that is. He might do well to think of Jens Lehmann’s last season at the club.

Wenger has some thoughts about the Blackpool fine.

Everyone go vote for Samir Nasri in the PFA monthly awards. Do it. Do it now.

Why?

Stuff like this is why.

Have a good day, everyone.