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.
Form is against Arsenal but we BELIEVE! by SB
Amidst the Gunners new-founded hope to overtake the league leaders Chelsea or a respectable first 2nd place finish in 10 years, Arsenal visit Stade Louis II with a difficult task and an uphill battle. Before the game on Tuesday comes to life, let’s put things in perspective from an Arsenal point of view.
Arsenal have suddenly dropped from having a seven-point cushion at the top of the Premier League, to finding themselves in danger of being knocked of the top next weekend if they suffer another defeat to Jose Mourinho’s Chelsea.
Arsenal will be gunning for glory! by Ash
Arsene Wenger has actually been able to enjoy an AGM of Arsenal Football Club for the first time in years. In recent years, the manager has had to face anger and frustration from fans because of the lack of spending and subsequent lack of trophies at the Emirates. Last year was probably the worst, following the sale of Robin van Persie to Manchester United, although a lot of the anger was directed at Ivan Gazidis and Stan Kroenke.
Arsenal’s 5 month form shows huge potential by DG
How Ramsey will be integral for Arsenal in years to come by KJ
What should we expect in Munich? By AM
I’m sure the only thing going through the mind of all Arsenal fans right now is the second leg of the Champion’s League game against Bayern on Wednesday. In the first leg Bayern completely outplayed us at our own home ground, so it is completely understandable why some fans are feeling pessimistic about our visit to Munich on Wednesday. However, we have to forget what happened in the past and look to the future.