Posted on December 25, 2017 by ADMIN

Arsenal face a week of stress while our rivals have easy home fixtures…

Many Arsenal fans think that it is a good idea for the Gunners to get an extra two days rest as they don’t have to play until Thursday, but it is looking very dodgy to me. You would expect that we wouldn’t normally be too worried about having to play Crystal Palace and West Brom, but as both of those games are away from home, where our form has been simply awful, then you have to consider the worst case scenario.

You could even hope that our rivals for the Top Four could slip up as well over this period, but as Man United, Chelsea and Liverpool are all playing two home games before we play our away games then you can see why I am very worried about us dropping away from the race for fourth place.

Tomorrow Spurs play Southampton, Chelsea play Brighton, Man United play Burnley and Liverpool play Swansea, and as they are all home games we can expect all our rivals to get three points before we travel to inform Palace.

Then on the 30th, they are all at home at again. Chelsea face Stoke, Liverpool play Leicester and Man United take on Southampton, while we have to wait another day before travelling to West Brom on New Years Eve.

And then we have to play Chelsea at the Emirates on Jan 3rd…..

Is anyone else as worried as I am???

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10 thoughts on “Arsenal face a week of stress while our rivals have easy home fixtures…

  1. gotanidea

    Happy deluded Christmas to Wenger, his staffs, his assistants, his mistresses, Arsenal corrupted board, Arsenal executives, Arsenal players and all the fans. If Arsenal cannot beat the likes of Crystal Palace and West Brom away from home, Wenger had better suck his own d*ck, instead of managing a big club like Arsenal.

  2. Brain

    Merry Christmas guys# Top gooner love to ya’ll. I am worried to a point but then am numb to the always and only Arsenal bull shit. Arsene Wenger has and is losing it to his Arrogance and ego. Question is will the board part ways with him? 1 thing for sure is that they are in a better Position to sack him.

    1. gotanidea

      I think the board would offer him a non-managing position at the end of this season, to make him step aside with dignity. Maybe they would announce it with some ridiculous reasons, like Wenger needs more time to focus on his family or wants a new challenge, etc.

      They have got that big guy from Barcelona and the senior scout from Dortmund, so I think they are preparing to do it before the next season starts.

  3. Ozziegunner@Newcastle upon Hunter

    I recommend reading the interview with David Seaman on goal.uk.com regarding what he learnt about goal keeping from George Graham and Bob Wilson. Also he comments on how George Graham drilled the defense.

  4. mikki

    Arsenal will lose both the least they can get is draw from those two matches,example of it,Southampton vs arsenal 1 – 1,westham 0 vs arsenal 0,am not predicting doom but we must accept the fact

  5. Jim wall

    Sell in the summer…. Ospina.. Debuchy.. Mert.retired..coq..elneney..wallcot.. Wellbeck.. Giroud.. Sanchez.. Free should sell in jan

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