Young Guns get Greek outing

ARSENAL boss Arsene Wenger has promised to give his young stars a chance to make amends for recent setbacks in tomorrow&rsquo;s clash with Olympiacos.<br /><br />Wenger&rsquo;s fringe players were well beaten 3-0 by a full-strength Manchester City in last week&rsquo;s Carling Cup quarter-final.<br /><br />But the Frenchman is ready to unleash them on European competition, having already secured first place in Group H.<br /><br />And that is likely to mean starts for midfielders Jack Wilshere, 17, Fran Merida, 19, Aaron Ramsey, 19, and forward Carlos Vela, 20, in Greece.<br /><br />&ldquo;I&rsquo;m extremely proud of them and I will give some of them an opportunity on Wednesday, for many reasons,&rdquo; Wenger said.<br /><br />&ldquo;At the moment we have so many players injured that we cannot take any gambles; also you must give players a breather when you can.<br /><br />&ldquo;You will see Fran, Wilshere etc. We played Manchester City last week and they had a full side out. <br /><br />&ldquo;For an hour we did not suffer at all. I will try to build a similar team in Greece.<br /><br />&ldquo;It will be a great game for them because Olympiacos will play for something, and it is another good opportunity to show that we can do better than we did at Man City.&rdquo;