Well Gooners it the last game of the season at Home versus a relegated Aston Villa, and then its on to silly season regarding Arsenal being linked to every player in the transfer window as per every year. A win here is near undoubtable for Arsenal and also, hopefully, a relegated Newcastle playing for pride, who already won at WHL this season, can do us a favour and beat Spurs, so we can at least have something to cheer us up because this season was an absolute disappointment…
Okay so things should get very interesting at the Emirates Stadium tomorrow, where Arsenal play host to a Norwich City side fighting for their Premier League survival. There was already going to be protests from the Arsenal fans about how the club and the groundhog day of a season and the need for either Arsene Wenger to change his ways or be replaced.
Manchester United climbed to within one point of Arsenal in fourth place tonight, while Arsenal are struggling to attract the support they are succumbed to.
Manchester United beat Crystal Palace 2-0 tonight, and have closed the gap between themselves and Arsenal to only one point, but the latter have a match tomorrow to restore their four-point lead.
Arsenal fans by JM
Arsenal fans can sometimes think that the world has got it in for us, but here is a touching little video that proves to us that being a Gooner is not always about pain and disappointment.
At times last season, it really seemed as if Arsene Wenger’s days in charge of Arsenal Football Club were numbered. The fantastic finish to the season, which saw the Gunners catch up with and overtake north London rivals Tottenham, brought the fans back on side, as did the promise from Ivan Gazidis that the club would now be able to compete with the big boys in the transfer market.
Gunners Need to Look at the Bright Side by HairyCustard
Following the signing of Kim Kallstrom from Spartak, many Gooners have taken to Twitter, and indeed, JustArsenal, to display their disgust that our only signing is a 31-year-old Swede well past his prime. Instead of having the Mesut Ozil effect, Kallstrom’s signing seems to have a negative effect on the morale of the fans, and we’d better hope this isn’t the same for the players.
Even before Arsenal moved to their new state of the art Emirates stadium, the home ground was not exactly renowned for being the sort of place that opposing teams and fans feared to come to. Highbury and Library may have gone together because they rhymed, but it was sometimes true that the players could have done with a bit more of the Stoke/Britannia feel about it.