Posted on March 11, 2017 by ADMIN

Will beating Lincoln ease Arsenal fan’s pain?

Will a win against Lincoln ease the pains of losing out to Bayern? By Sylvester Kwentua

Winning and losing is part of life; you lose some, you win some! What keeps you going despite losing is the determination to right every wrong you have done, in order to avoid losing again or losing terribly. Arsenal football club has been on the losing trail for weeks now and the average Arsenal fan is not sure when he will feel the joy of winning. Can winning the game against Lincoln bring back the smiles?

Whenever a football team loses a game, it tends to want to bounce back as soon as possible, preferably in the next game. The game we have next is the FA cup game against Lincoln FC. They will be visiting the Emirates this evening, with the hope of causing an upset! After all, Arsenal have not been in the best of form, and a coordinated Lincoln could beat Arsenal, but could Arsenal lose another game? And against a lower division team? No, I think not.

The team selection against Lincoln will go a long way in telling us how important Wenger takes this game. This is the only realistic competition where a trophy is guaranteed us, if we play like we want to win it. We have won the FA cup a couple of times, so we are not strangers to lifting the trophy and Wenger has a wonderful record in the FA cup.

I believe he will want to maintain the record, if not for any other reason, than to finish the season on a high. I strongly believe we can beat Lincoln and qualify for the next round but what happens if after beating Lincoln, we are paired with either the two remaining London clubs or the Manchester clubs? Can we win those games? Will it not be better to lose now and save us further pains? Will a win against Lincoln FC ease the loss to Bayern Munich? So many questions on my mind, who has an answer?

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8 thoughts on “Will beating Lincoln ease Arsenal fan’s pain?

  1. Uzi Ozil

    No Way. Ease what?

    We didn’t see a change of tactics or formation after losing to Chelsea. It’s been downward spiral after that game. Then we dropper our most dangerous player against Liverpool.

    Lincoln won’t fear Arsenal after our poor recent outings. I expect us to beat them but Wenger should leave after the season

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  2. BUR

    Ease? Not on your Nellie! Only one way of easing our pain…….cheerio wenger!!!!

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  3. otunba_007

    Everything winning all the rest of our matches this year still won’t be anough IMO

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  4. Samuel Akinsola Adebosin

    Arsenal beating Lincoln City in the FA round 6 match at Emirates Stadium this evening shouldn’t be taking as a big deal at all for us the Arsenal fans to start scratching our heads. Arsenal are widely expected to beat Lincoln. But what will be a big deal for the media and the football pundits to start rambling about is if Arsenal lost the match, a shocker punch by Lincoln doing a giant killing act to the Gunners will be loved by the media and the football pundits as the will have selling story to start writing another round of anti-Wenger articles and do another round of anti-Wenger punditry.

    If Arsenal win this FA Cup match against Lincoln today, the win will not ease any pain the Gooners were allegedly have went through when Arsenal lost to Bayern Munich last Tuesday night at the Ems because there wasn’t any pain the Gooners have suffered in the first place when Arsenal lost the match by a 1-5 away win for Bayern Munich which in my own observation was a rigged result for Bayern Munich by the match referee, his linesman and the other referee official who was behind the goal post, a match referee who earlier has denied Arsenal a penalty of their own but later connived against them to award a penalty to Bayern Munich and in the process sent off Koscielny to deliberately weaken Arsenal team strength to frustrate them in the game.

    My starts:
    Martinez
    Jenkinson Holding Mustafi Gibbs
    Ramsey Xhaka
    Chamberlain Iwobi Perez
    Sanchez.

    My bench:
    Cech Debuchy Koscielny Monreal Coquelin Walcott Giroud.

    My final scores:
    Arsenal 4-0 Lincoln City @FT + added time.

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  5. Samuel Akinsola Adebosin

    Arsenal beating Lincoln City in the FA round 6 match at Emirates Stadium this evening shouldn’t be taken as a big deal at all for us the Arsenal fans to start scratching our heads. Arsenal are widely expected to beat Lincoln. But what will be a big deal for the media and the football pundits to start rambling about is if Arsenal lost the match, a shocker punch by Lincoln doing a giant killing act to the Gunners will be loved by the media and the football pundits as they will have a selling story to start writing another round of anti-Wenger articles and do another round of anti-Wenger punditry.

    If Arsenal win this FA Cup match against Lincoln today, the win will not ease any pain the Gooners were allegedly had went through when Arsenal lost to Bayern Munich last Tuesday night at the Ems because there wasn’t any pain the Gooners have suffered in the first place when Arsenal lost the match by a 1-5 away win to Bayern Munich which in my own observation was a rigged result for Bayern Munich by the match referee, his linesman and the other referee official who was behind the goal post, a match referee who earlier had denied Arsenal a penalty of their own but later connived against them to award a penalty to Bayern Munich and in the process sent off Koscielny to deliberately weaken Arsenal team strength to frustrate them in the game.

    My starts:
    Martinez
    Jenkinson Holding Mustafi Gibbs
    Ramsey Xhaka
    Chamberlain Iwobi Perez
    Sanchez.

    My bench:
    Cech Debuchy Koscielny Monreal Coquelin Walcott Giroud.

    My final scores:
    Arsenal 4-0 Lincoln City @FT + added time.

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