By 1970’s Gooner
Boro Primorac is considered to be Arsene’s “real” right hand man as far as strategy and tactics are concerned.
Wenger did after all take him to Japan as his second in command when he managed Grampus Eight there.
He usually sits behind Wenger looking serious and quiet and he does not usually speak much.
Certainly not to the Press in England. But when he is on “home” soil he does tend to say a few things.
And he was open with his views to some Croatia fans that made the trip to watch Arsenal’s game against a Bungerland 11 in Hungary. These were reported in the Croatian press.
When asked about the Arsenal youngsters he was very excited and optimistic that a lot of them can make it into the first team. He was particularly pleased with Ramsey and new signing Nasri.
“They are young and talented players. We hope that they will be quickly incorporated in the team and we believe they are ready to fight for a first team place” he said.
He was also optimistic about Eduardo’s return revealing that he will return to training in September and possibly in action in October.
“As far as Eduardo is concerned, we expect that in September he will be involved in full training.
"But we can not say with certainty when he will play in games because sometimes you need two and sometimes five weeks to come back to form after such a long absence".
This means that if all goes well Eduardo could play his first game against Sunderland away on the 4th October or even face Everton at the Emirates on the 18th.
Everton remember were the team that he scored those two wonderful goals against helping Arsenal to that emphatic 4-1 away win.
Eduardo will certainly miss the first two meetings of the Croatian national team which are against Kazakhstan and England in September.