Another training session was held on Saturday at the London Colney training facility for the Gunners Stars as they continued to ramp up their preparation for their English Premier League boxing day match against West Ham United.
On Saturday, all of the players who were eligible to play for the first team took part in a variety of drills that tested their physical and mental prowess, which were overseen by the team manager, Mikel Arteta.
However, as we take a closer look at the training sessions, we notice that some key names did not attend the training session because they were concerned about some injuries they had. As a result, there were noticeable absences from the team's Saturday training sessions.
Gabriel Jesus was reportedly absent from the training session because of the knee injury he sustained while playing in the 2022 FIFA World Cup. Jesus was one of the notable players who did not show up for the session.
Gabriel Jesus was unable to participate in Saturday's training session with Arsenal. As a result of the injury, it is likely that he may miss some games.
Emily Smith Rowe was unable to participate in the Saturday training session because of an injury to his groin that he sustained a few months ago. It is anticipated that he will not be able to play in the match against West Ham United.
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