Another Manchester City star warns Arsenal about dropping points

Jack Grealish has become the last Manchester City star to discuss the Premier League’s title race with Arsenal as the Gunners continue to top the standings.

Mikel Arteta’s side has been in fine form this season and City’s inconsistency means they have trailed the Gunners for much of the term.

However, in this second half, positions could change hands and Grealish insists they are prepared to topple the Gunners if Mikel Arteta’s men drop points.

He said via The Daily Mail:

‘We just have to try and catch them and try to win as many games as possible and go on a little winning run.

‘I am sure that if we do, I am sure we will be ready to pounce upon [them] if they do slip up. We are second at the moment, but all we can do is carry on winning games and putting on good performances.’

Just Arsenal Opinion

We have done well to maintain our position at the top of the standings and five points is probably big enough to hold off City for now.

However, we must remain focused on winning one game at a time in our bid to finish the term as strongly as we can.

Our goal remains to finish in a Champions League place and that should be our focus so that if we win the league, it will come as a nice bonus for a good campaign.

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7 Comments

  1. How strange that “our goal is remains to finish in a CL place” is now considered to be the be all of a successful season.
    After doing precisely that for over two decades, it was considered not good enough for a club of The Arsenal standing.

    I fully expect MA to manage the squad when it comes to these mind games by City and their manager /players.

    If, as we should, overcome Oxford tomorrow, then we will face City twice (discounting any cup replay) in just under three weeks.

    In between, spuds and manure should have been put to bed, so why are we not confident of winning the PL?

  2. Sorry! Winning the Epl title is never a bonus. But an attainment victory achieved after putting in a hard solid work deserving winning it. So, if Arsenal win the Epl title this season after rigorously campaigning for to win it as they are currently doing. They will deserve to win it. And I think all things being equaled as they are concerned in the Epl this season’s campaign. Arsenal winning the title this season is still on. And I think they are going to win it.
    On Jack Grealish’s Arsenal points dropping warning. But without his sounding the warning, Arteta is more than aware of the problem. And that’s why he’s taking a proactive action to address the problem to forestall it from rearing it’s ugly head to affect Arsenal in their Epl title win charge this season.
    And in this light, Arsenal quest to reinforced their 1st team squad by doing some top quality new player signings this winter transfer window is on.
    And for this purpose achieving. Arsenal are looking bet-on to sign 2 new top quality players who could be Mykhailo Mudryk on a permanent deal. And Jao Felix on a loan deal and probably make the loan deal permanent later is very much on So that Arsenal will have a stronger improved starts and bench as they campaign along this season to win the treble.

  3. You want to be worried when your rivals are not talking about you and trying to play mind games/pile on the pressure as that means they don’t consider you a threat. All these recent comments out of City show how far we’ve come.

    1. So would you say that Man U, by not naming us as serious title opponents, do not consider us a threat?

  4. The first game between Arsenal and Manchester City this season is crucial….we must win that one
    City do take Arsenal as a treat..That’s why the mind games
    We not in first place by luck

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