Aaron Ramsey Starts - Arsenal Team vs Vorskla Poltava Confirmed

Aaron Ramsey Starts - Arsenal Team vs Vorskla Poltava Confirmed

"We have responsibility with the young players to show us if they can improve and stay with us".

With the victory - and with it top spot in the group - effectively wrapped up by half time, Unai Emery used the second 45 minutes to hand debuts to Zech Medley, Bukayo Saka and Charlie Gilmour as Arsenal ended the match with six teenagers on the field.

Emery mentioned that it is their policy to give young players a good platform and it has been working well. Despite Vorskla's fury, the fixture will be played. Olexiy Butovskiy in Poltava, around 185 miles (300 kilometres) east of the Ukrainian capital.

Mesut Ozil insists the future is bright at Arsenal after the Gunners sealed a 3-0 win over Vorskla in the Europa League on Thursday evening.

Emery Smith Rowe Is An Example To Other Young Players		Posted by Daniel Jenkins
Emery Smith Rowe Is An Example To Other Young Players Posted by Daniel Jenkins

The match kicked off in front of thousands of empty seats following the late change of venue from Poltava to Kiev's NSC Olimpiyskiy, where both the atmosphere and the temperature were significantly colder than when the stadium hosted the Champions League final in May. And Emery, who brought 12 academy products to Ukraine for this game, said he is hoping the club's other youngsters can learn from the England youth worldwide.

Ukraine's president has called for martial law to be imposed in the country due to escalating tensions with Russian Federation, whose coastguards are accused of seizing three Ukrainian ships in Crimea on Sunday.

Around 500 Arsenal fans had been expected to attend the Europa League clash but it remains to be seen how many will make it to the 70,000-seater Olympic Stadium on Thursday night. We prefer for them to stay in London working for the next match on Sunday.

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