Posted on March 19, 2016 by ADMIN

Arsenal’s experience could win them the title

Although it would seem that most JustArsenal readers have given up on the Gunners winning the title, the fact remains that there are still 27 points up for grabs and the race is far from over. For Arsenal that means that every single game is a must-win from now on, starting with Everton today, and the Toffees manager Roberto Martinez sees no reason why Arsenal’s experience can’t take us back into the hunt.

“They are a team that, in my eyes, still have a really good opportunity to win the league,” Martinez said. “A lot has been said about Leicester, and rightly so because of the lead they have at this point. It’s a huge gap, but the three-point system means the distance is smaller than it looks.

“For me, Arsenal, with the experience they have, the knowhow and clarity of how they play football, it doesn’t matter what pressure is on them; they will always play with a certain style and be very good with that. I still feel they are strong title contenders and that’s what we face at Goodison.

“It’s an important game before the international break, so all the focus goes in trying to replicate our performance against Chelsea.”

If you agree with Martinez and think Arsenal can go on and take the title, then you can still back them at 6/1 right now. And if you use one of the bonus vouchers from, you could even back them with the bookies money! Everton have been extremely unpredictable this season, so the fact that they beat Chelsea last week could work in Arsenal’s favour. Martinez is right that Arsenal’s experience consists of fighting to keep themselves in the Top Four at the end of the season, but I’m afraid this team has little experience in actually winning it. All we can do is cheer them on and hope for the best….

26 thoughts on “Arsenal’s experience could win them the title

  1. mkgooner

    We still have a chance. People forget that we have a game in hand on Leicester and Tottenham . Also, although Everton can be a good dude, they have finishing problems like us. Leicester and Tottenham face tough games this weekend as well

    1. SoOpa AeoN

      Hahahahahahahahaha………..Omg!…………didn’t we say this at the begining of the season?……. Look how hard it feels not…Look where we are today

      It’s one thing to gloat and be all talk (Like wenger) , another to work hard, play well and achieve desired results

    2. SoOpa AeoN

      my question is…………. Where was our experience when Guedioura and Rashford stole the headlines a forthnight ago?

    3. Disturbance

      Arsene is that you? We’re hoping Man U and West ham lose so they don’t catch us in the table. Wake up people, it’s gone as far as it can with Arsene…

  2. Juhislihis McLovin

    Everton is statistically one of the worst home teams in the league. If we play on our level and Wenger don’t pick an idiotic, biased line up, we should win it.

    1. SoOpa AeoN

      @ Juhislihis ……… Don’t rely on stats bro…….. Watford were nothing until Guedioura came and stole the headlines on that fateful day!

  3. Arsenal007

    Arsenal’s experience could win them the TITLE

    Q: Sorry, what experience and title are we talking about …and for what year?

    Just asking.

    I honestly want Arsenal to win the BPL this year, but we have to be honest with ourselves. is out of our hands already. So I’ll say let’s do our best, one game at a time to the end and see.

    1. SoOpa AeoN

      This whole saga ends with Arsenal winning all 9 games…with the spuds and Leicester slipping up (i mean a complete loss of 3pts) in no Less than 4 games!

      Question is….. WILL THAT HAPPEN?

      1. Arsenal007

        We have to realistically understand that Leicester and Tottenham have the same chance of winning their remaining matches as much as Arsenal does.
        As it is, the head-to-head matches have been played, and there’s no other means of Leicester or Tottenham loosing more points to Arsenal.
        All we can do now is win our remaining matches and see how far it takes us.

    2. synthiagoCazorla..HUMVN,Machine

      “Arsenal’s experience consists of fighting to keep themselves in the Top Four at the end of the season, but I’m afraid this team has little experience in actually winning it.”

      It is this “experience” that will kick-in.. starting maybe from today.

      The danger is real guys!
      Our top 4 place is under threat. And more than all else, this is down to our own horrible performance level of recent. Our bad form is showing no sign of dissipating at all. We are passing through a week in which we predictably fell out of 2 of 3 competitions we were in. Confidence level is low (forget what Arsene is saying) especially in the defensive department.

      And now we about to face a team who will be fielding an in-form striker against us.. in a season-defining match. Such is the pressure this team is facing!

      But it is easy to predict that this is the time Arsene is most likely to find the motivational skills required to spur his team, so atleast they can secure a place in the top 4.

  4. Fatboy Gooney

    Martinez is just as deluded as Wenger! ?
    Everton should be alot higher up the table than they are and unless they go on to win the Fa cup, Martinez could be looking for a new job in the summer, Especially now that they will have money to spend, thanks to the rat that wisely jumped ship by selling his shares to U-see-fat -manov.

    I hope that our lad’s all slept well and took whatever medication uncle wenger gave them, to supposedly help them recover from the Barcelona game ??
    So there’s no excuses for napping during the game!

    Government Health Warning!
    (Supporting Arsenal fc can seriously damage your Health)
    If we concede an early goal… then know that the nightmare is real…. Switch off all media and head straight down to the pub!

  5. ThirdManJW

    What experience, I am confused at this. The only experience Arsenal have, is constantly bottling it when the going gets tough. Arsenal are world class bottlers, they should work for Evian!

  6. summerbreez

    pitit summed it up our academy is useless we are not picking up the right young fighters players from the academy must win all their games to be sure to have the right quality for the first team

  7. ArseOverTit

    Very transparent pshycobabble approaching the match by Martinez. They will try to blow arsenal out of the water so they better be ready to man up.

    Today is judgement day! The future of Arsenal decided.

    Dun dun dunnnnnnn..

  8. Twig

    “I’d rather go home and do a bit of gym and exercise in my house to maintain my form”

    I will focus less on gym work Sanchez dear and work on your passing which has been below par for a player of your supposed calibre. I would watch videos of my past games and see how many times I apologise to Walcott, Campbell and Bellerin when I give them a pass even Usain Bolts wouldn’t catch. I will watch videos of Marco Reus, Douglas Costa, Robben and Neymar and learn one or two things of being a wide attacker. Meanwhile, did you see that PASS from Neymar to Messi? You should put that on repeat for one hour!

  9. Fatboy Gooney

    Interesting. .. Wenger is starting with the same line up that started against Barcelona, with the exception of Flamini.
    With Coquelin in his place.

    At least he can stick with the tired excuses now!

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