Bad players and managerial decisions equal bad results. by Konstantin Mitov
Are Arsenal making the top 4? Do we even want it? Ask the manager that question. What on earth is he doing with the squad selection? Elneny, Mustafi, Jenkinson and Guendouzi. Enough said. You can sometimes get away with having one poor player on the pitch, but 4 is a bit too much.
Why are we resting Torreira? The guy was out and had a break, play him. This is where every point matters and we should’ve taken the opportunity to capitalize on United getting slapped. Now the pressure is back on us. Do you see us winning away at Wolves, Leicester and Burnley? With this performance I’m questioning if we can beat Brighton at home.
This performance reminded us, that despite all the changes that have happened since Wenger, there is still a weakness lurking around. We’re trusting players who’ve failed us time and time again. What on earth is Mustafi doing? This goal was the one that really killed our momentum in the second half. Sokratis would’ve blazed it out of field instead of waiting for the ball to be pounced. Amateur defending.
We should’ve got rid of Mustafi in the summer. How many times have individual mistakes let us down? Whenever we don’t play our best 11 the dip in quality is obvious. The manager should be held accountable. This is his fault. For me those rotations mean he doesn’t trust the players to have the physicality to last the tough run of games.
The reported 70 million transfer funds are nowhere near enough the money we need to rebuild. We’re not fighting to get the top 4. We’re praying. That the rest are as bad as we are. And while United are at the moment, Chelsea and Spurs have an easy run in. We have at max 7 games left. Emery should seriously think about what he is doing, because not making the top 4 again would be catastrophic.
But this is what you get when you make cowardly decisions at the top, they crawl down to the pitch. I feel like the only way up is if someone takes the balls to buy the club off of Kroenke and appoint people who would understand the importance of this club to it’s fans. Emery better have a masterpiece for Wednesday, or else he should be packing his bags, if we are a serious football club.