Posted on September 01, 2018 by ADMIN

Arsenal can win 6 out of 6 winnable games in September – Starting at Cardiff tomorrow

Unai Emery’s first month as Arsenal manager hasn’t started very explosively with the Gunners losing their first two League matches (albeit against Man City and Chelsea) but they bounced back with a win over lowly West Ham last week. Tomorrow we take on Neil Warnock’s Cardiff City, who are also winless in their three games so far and haven’t even scored a goal yet. Surely we should go into the international break with a confidence-boosting win under our belts?

Two weeks later we take on another team that is winless as Newcastle have only got one point to their name so far (against Cardiff actually). They even lost to Nottm Forest in the League Cup in midweek and their luck is hardly going to change today when they travel to Man City!

We then have four very winnable home games in a row. The first against the Ukrainians Vorskla, who lie 5th in their League, but have lost all four of their away League matches so far. Our reserves should easily see them off.

It may be a little harder in our next game against Everton on the 23rd as the Toffees are unbeaten so far and are at home to Huddersfield today, but as we play at the Emirates there no reason why we can’t inflict defeat on Marco Silva’s side. This is swiftly followed two days later when we host Brentford in the Carabao Cup. It is a potential banana skin with an all reserve side, but again we are at home.

We end the month with our last home match against the surprise package Watford who have amazingly won all four games so far, but I am expecting their bubble to burst as their next two games are against Tottenham today and Man United after the break. Wouldn’t it be great if we have five wins under our belt before we take them on!

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15 thoughts on “Arsenal can win 6 out of 6 winnable games in September – Starting at Cardiff tomorrow

  1. Goonerboy

    Yes, i agree they are winnable, but the game against Everton wont be walk in the park imo, judging by our last home game against West Ham where we were all over the place you would expect this Everton side to punish us more than West Ham could do.

    Quick improvement and adjustment is needed and i hope to see that against Cardiff tomorrow and hopefully the lads would have fully mastered the Emery way before Everton

  2. Goonerboy

    Also, we should just try to take it one game at a time to avoid unnecessary pressure.
    I really wish all our players stay back during this break to learn the new tactics more

  3. kev

    Our defence is so bad any team has a chance against us.What Emery should do is play the right players and bench those who deserve to be.He should stop trying to the impossible by changing an average player into a world class player.It doesn’t work like that.Hopefully,we find our best eleven and the team gels well.

    1. Someone

      “He should stop trying to the impossible by changing an average player into a world class player.It doesn’t work like that.”

      It does work like that if you are a great coach.

      1. kev

        Not true.Every player has his real true quality and the quality of every player is unique to that player.Also class and form are different.A player may have world class potential inside him but due to many factors may be looking average.This doesn’t mean that if a coach helps that player to become world class we should say the coach has turned that average player into a world class player.The only way a player can be world class is to have world class potential because every player can develop as much as his potential allows him to.Please let’s not confuse form with class.

        1. RSH

          Agree. No manager can make Welbeck world class. Not to say he isn’t useful, he just doesn’t have the natural ability to score 20 goals a season and be a top player.

      2. jon fox

        Don’t be ridiculous. How the hell can anyone turn an average player into a world class one? You must have been drinking too much to ever think that nonsense!

    2. gotanidea

      The defenders need help from the other outfield players in front of them

      But I agree that Arsenal should have bought better defenders before this season started

      Arsenal have to win the next six EPL games, if they want to finish well at the end of this season

  4. Hamzatt A. Dorley

    My Arsenal! when will the old good days come back?

    When will we have players of Henry’s and his colleagues quality?

    I support only two club teams in the world all in London. My first choice is Arsenal. My second choice is the Gunners.
    To hell with the rest of the teams around the world.

    Rain or shine, this is the only team that make me happy.

    Good luck Arsenal, good luck Gunners

    1. RSH

      I don’t think it’s hype. It’s more a clear opportunity we have to take in order to get into top 4. No chance it will be an easy task to take all those points, but we don’t have many options given our slow start to the season.

  5. Chiza

    I watched unai Emery’s press conference…and I enjoyed the funny stuff that happened there.. Emery answering the phone of a journalist and then I remembered it has happened in a wenger’s press conference and also in so many other coaches press conferences………..don’t you think these journalists purposely allow their phones to ring in the heat of a press conference??…….just saying………
    Anyway still your sweet CHIZA😘😘😘😘

  6. Ebere

    I know the match against Cardiff would come out good for us. The next five matches in the EPL are also win able. If we collect 18 points from these, then I believe Emery would have known how first eleven before we start meeting top teams.

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