Posted on April 06, 2016 by ADMIN

Arsenal star’s prediction for Premier League finish

In football, and especially if you are a fan of Arsenal Football Club, you never really know what to expect, although a lot of us feel that the actions of a certain Mister Arsene Wenger are pretty predictable in some ways. Even then, however, the Frenchman will shock us all with a change of tactics or with the transfer of Mesut Ozil from Real Madrid.

This unpredictability is what makes the beautiful game and all sport so interesting. So even though the Arsenal fans would rather not have seen our team surprisingly lose games like the first one of the season against West Ham and the home game recently against a depleted Swansea City, it has made for a more interesting season than usual.

And let’s be honest, it has been even worse for the clubs normally expected to be challenging for the Premier League title, with Chelsea and Liverpool struggling to even reach a Europa League spot and Man City and Man United fighting it out with West Ham for fourth.

One man who is hoping for and expecting a few more surprises before the season ends in May is the Arsenal and Brazil defender Gabriel, as an Arsenal.com report explains. The centre back thinks there will surely be more twists and turns to this strange campaign in which predicting results has been harder than ever. At the same time Gabriel is hoping that Arsenal have already had our quota of surprises and that the ones to come will hit our title rivals Leicester and Tottenham for a change.

He said, “First I hope that we’ll be able to win the seven matches we have left. We must focus on that and forget about the other teams and whether they’re winning or losing.

“There are many surprises [in the Premier League]. The competition has been very difficult and is very complicated.

“The team at the top of the league have a large points difference and the big teams fluctuate a lot and they lose some games that they shouldn’t lose. It’s a very hard competition.

“There’ll [still] be surprises but I hope that the surprises will be on the other teams and that we can win all seven games to be champions.”

Do you think Gabriel’s hopes have a hope in hell of coming true?

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11 thoughts on “Arsenal star’s prediction for Premier League finish

  1. muffdiver

    jeeze gab u got off the plane basically doing sign language , now u talk more then my mum does with her friends at bingo

    ot its nights like this i feel bit bitter

    can anyone even remember our last run into the latter stages of champions league?
    i miss the excitement of it. being nervous , the pressure , the occasion itself

    meh 🙁

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  2. joshac92

    The league might be unpredictable but Arsenals failure to secure a firm grip on the league come this time of the season has been predictable for many years.

    Whether thats down to the manager or heirachy of the club is up for debate but the fact remains we havent had the balls or the players to boss the league this season, surely that comes down to wengers penny pinching and influence on the dressing room.

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  3. gooner tetra

    my title predictions
    1 leicester-87 points
    2 Tottenham-80 points
    3 arsenal-79 points
    4 mancity-72points

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    1. Arsenal_Girl

      You don’t even think we can beat Spurs???

      That’s just silly.
      I don’t want to be lower than 1st but what makes you think we Can’t catch up with Spurs with several matches to go. We also have a match in hand and last week we won and Spurs drew.

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  4. DANDY GUNNER

    What is Wenger up to as far as I can see he is only interested in buying Kids 16/17 /18 /19 year old’s. Arsenal won’t win Trophies with Kids.

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  5. Arawinth

    LEICESTER – – – – – – – – – – – – TOTTENHAM – – – – – – – – – — -ARSENAL – – – -.

    Sundlnd. (A) = 1pt – – – — — – – Man U. (H) = 1pt – – – – – — – – -W. Ham (A) =1pt.

    W. Ham. (H) = 1pt – – — – — – – Stoke. -(A) = 1pt – – – – – — – – -C. Palac (H) = 3pts.

    – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – — – – – – – – – – – – – – — – – – – – -W. B. A. -(H) = 3pts

    Swansea (H) = 3pts – – – – – – — W B A. (H) = 3pts- – – – – – – – –Sundlnd. (A) = 3pts.

    Man U. (A) = 0 pts – – – – – – – –Chelsea. (A) = 0pts – – – – – – – -Norwich. (H) = 3pts

    Everton (H) = 1pts – – – – – – – –So’ton (H) = 3pts – – – – – — – –Man C. -( A) = 1pt.

    Chelsea -(A) = 0 pts – – – – – – – New. C (A) = 3pts – – – – – – — –Aston V -(H) = 3pts.
    _________________________________________________________________
    – – – – 6PTS – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – -11PTS – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – -17PTS

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