Even if Arsenal had come away from the Hawthorns with a point (and yes Santi Cazorla and Joel Campbell I am looking at you) then all the talk among Arsenal fans and the football media today would not have been so much about what went wrong against West Brom and whether this is the start of another crumble for the Gunners.
Arsene Wenger still has a couple of years left on his contract and I can’t see him leaving Arsenal any time soon, but the Gunners legend Robert Pires thinks that Arsenal should be preparing for the possibility well in advance.
Arsenal now v Invincibles
This is completely off any topic we have discussed/debated on here recently, as I was just reminiscing about our incredible Invincible season. I was just looking at a few of our players from our current squad and comparing them with some of our Invincibles! To be honest we have had some great players between that squad and this one:
It is always a high-profile emotional affair when Arsenal take on Spurs, and it is the one game that both sets of fans really hate losing. But this time it is even more important, with the Gunners fighting for the League title and Tottenham hoping to jump into the Top Four if they get all three points.
With the latest rumours saying that the Arsenal Board are aiming to offer Arsene Wenger a new two year extension to his current contract, keeping him at the club until 2019, it is interesting that Le Prof has recently given Thierry Henry and Mikel Arteta jobs coaching our academy players.