Arsenal players know that the fans are not happy!

Since Arsenal’s disastrous run of defeats to Watford, Chelsea and Bayern Munich saw our team left with just the FA Cup to play for once again. Luckily we drew Sutton United in the last round and have again been blessed with another tie against a non-league team to win us a place in the semi-finals.

Our midfielder Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain says that the players are more than aware of how the fans feel from their reaction when Arsenal are playing, and he promises that the Gunners will try to still make this season a success. “We want to be able to respond for the fans,” the Ox said. “They want to win as much as we do. We’re all in this together and we all want the same thing, so we’ve all got to stand up and be counted.

“People have been doubting us and it’s important that we pick ourselves up to try to turn the tide into a more positive one.

“Our fans are great home and away. They’re very loud so we hear them when they’re happy and when they’re frustrated, but that’s part and parcel of being at a massive club like Arsenal,”

“They want us to win the league, so when we’re losing games and it seems like it’s slipping out of our hands, it’s going to be frustrating. That’s understandable because we’re a massive club and we’ve got a great team that is more than capable of competing for the title.

“They want to see us doing that just as much as we want to be doing it. We understand their frustration but we share the same frustrations as them.

“The only difference is that, as players, we have the direct opportunity to change things and make things happen. I think that, with the fans helping us by getting behind us, it will definitely help us do that.”

I sincerely hope that the fans get behind the team for the upcoming clashes, and spur them on to a Top Four place and an FA Cup Final, but I think it is a little too late to stop the fan’s protests about our failures in the League and the Champions League, as they seem to be the only trophies that matter to most Arsenal fans nowadays.

If there are any more defeats (like at Liverpool next weekend) I can only see the fans frustration growing even further. I just hope the Ox and his team-mates understand that they need to sytart showing some fight or they will lose the support of the crowd altogether.

Darren N


  1. hecmanx says:

    Am desperate to see wenger leave

  2. What? We should hope for top 4 finish and FA cup final? How did I end up on

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  3. dragunov762mm says:

    I think we all have reaching our saturation point even for Arsene himself. Many accepted that years ago, many more still deny.
    I still believe that Arsenal has one of best football in England and one of best in the world. We just don’t have the consistency that elevate us in to where it should be, at less in England. If we technically complete in every sector on the field then it should be gel into right synergy for success. This obtain everywhere in football. If it doesn’t happen then this factor must come from man who has responsibility to motivate the team. When RVP still around, we scored lots of goals but our defense was awful. Almunia was iconic that day. We fixed our defensive part from back to middle later on but we couldn’t find RVP replacement until Alexis came. All of our strength couldn’t gel into one synergy at the same time.
    I think Arsene had so many time lie to himself. He couldn’t elevate his men motivation to the top anymore. He has reach his saturation point. How on earth he handled the stress every year? His team need something new to refresh their mind. Arsene needs to refresh his to. We are going to struggle first, but it’ll be positive at the end. Just look at Liverpool. They are still struggling all right, but even outsider like me can feel their new hope and brand new passion under Klopp. Not yet gaining consistency but it glanced many times by their football. It scared me sometimes, more then Chelsea, ManCity, or ManUre.

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