Arsenal hopes visit of an invincible will help in their bid to win the title

Arsenal is facing a crucial few weeks in their bid to win the Premier League and received an inspiring visitor this week.

The Gunners have worked hard to remain at the top of the league standings at this stage of the season and we expect them to continue working hard for it.

Mikel Arteta will need all the support he can get and Standard Sport reveals Sol Campbell was at their training ground this week.

The Invincible is the latest club legend to visit them as the Gunners look for inspiration, with Campbell speaking to a number of players and club employees, including Edu.

The report says Arteta hopes this visit will serve as a motivation to his players and they will perform well in the final weeks of the season.

Just Arsenal Opinion

We have to win our remaining games of the season, including that trip to Manchester City and we understand why the club is inviting key figures in its history.

Campbell is one of the finest defenders we have ever had and he can motivate the current defenders to ensure they stay focused and concede fewer goals.

If we can keep a clean sheet in most of our remaining games, we can achieve success.

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  1. Sol Campbell one of our old stalwarts, with all his achievements am still baffled as to why he didn’t make this year Honours list.

  2. Down to 10 men before we start, Viera is playing. Why did we buy Jorghino? I dont get playing a light weight player, that has not performed yet.

    1. Come on Reggie, there’s enough moaning during the game so let’s give him a chance, if he plays crap then give him both barrels.

      1. I give him both barrels because he has been nothing but crap. I dont get his inclusion at all.

  3. The Southampton game is a must win match.
    We are winning this.

    I look forward to playing Partey and Jorgihno in midfield. Especially against Man city. We are beating Southampton.
    We will get a draw against Man city

  4. Me too expect Jorginho to be more involved in our team selection, maybe not for a starter in this game.

    Southampton probably the youngest team in the league usese the entire pitch in their style of play and is an energetic outfit.

    Maybe just maybe the gaffer opt for the younger legs

  5. Change needed at half time, Viera off, anyone on!!!!!! One of the worse players to pull on an Arsenal shirt!!!

        1. I’m incredulous at this display which was unfortunately kick started by Ramsdale’s mistake
          I didn’t think our mentality would falter like this. I know we are trying to catch up but losing 1-3 at home is terrible

  6. Well it was always a big task. I’m proud and hope we get back on track to finish a good second. Next season holds great promise.

  7. Very very disappointed
    A point gained after a terrible 80 odd minutes – excellent- but it begs the question as to why they failed to really go for it with a vengeance until the last 10/15 minutes

  8. The team has so many flaws afterall. The poor Janaury window and inadequate summer we had is starting to catch up. The fact that we don’t have a midfielder on the bench capable of providing good competition for the starting 11 is actually a big joke.

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