Just when it looked like the season, for Arsenal fans at least, was all neatly wrapped up with disappointment as wrapping paper and with a nice big ribbon of despair to top it off, a light has appeared at the end of the tunnel. It is only a faint light as yet but it does give the Gunners something to strive for in the remaining three games other than fending off the top four challenge of Manchester United.
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Hello, hello! We won a game! Congratulations 5 in 14 is it? That’s pretty good I guess. We’re close to the top 4 now, but we still mathematically need 3 wins in 4 and we’ll definitely at least 4th!. I guess job done Arsene, well played, get top 4 this season and another 3 years are baking on your contract.
I am sure that I am not the only Arsenal fan that is just about fed up of hearing one of the Arsenal players or the boss talking about team spirit, solidarity, bouncing back and sticking together. That is the sort of thing we are always being told but there is precious little evidence of it on the pitch.
Arsenal head into the rearranged Premier League clash with West Bromwich Albion at the Emirates tonight knowing that only a win will do. Anything less than all three points will keep our top four rivals Manchester United from being within touching distance, after they did what Arsenal failed to do last weekend and beat Crystal Palace last night.
Arsenal host West Bromwich Albion at the Emirates tonight, in what has swiftly become a must-win game. Manchester United closed the gap between themselves and us to only one point last night, and a failure to secure all three points tonight would put serious doubt on our chances to finish within the Champions League places.
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.
Jack Wilshere was expected to be available to make his first Premier League appearance of the season for Arsenal on Thursday, but he will have to wait. The Enland midfielder has been ruled out of action since pre-season, and hasn’t featured in the Premier League since May of last year.
Arsene Wenger reiterated his stance today that he will be staying on as manager beyond the summer, so it is time the fans stopped with the anger and supported the club.
The French boss has been urged by a number of fans to quit the club, having gone for 12 years with winning the PL title, but Wenger is going nowhere.