Martin Odegaard gives a big rallying call ahead of crunch Everton match

Arsenal must defeat Everton, and hope Manchester City fails to defeat West Ham if they are to win the league. It’s disappointing that our Gunners don’t have control in the title race. If they did, we wouldn’t be relying on hope to end the 20-year-old league title drought.

Like every Arsenal fan who’s feeling pretty optimistic, Martin Odegaard believes that their aspirations of winning the 2023–24 title are still alive and will remain so until the very end. As quoted by the Evening Standard, the Arsenal captain says that he and his teammates will simply concentrate on their own performances.

They will do their job and put themselves in a position to win the league if West Ham manages to get a point or all three points from the Cityzens. The Norwegian believes that nothing is certain and that unexpected events can occur to alter the outcome of the title. So they, as Arsenal, simply need to play their role and wait for the outcome.

The Norwegian said: “We have to keep the focus on ourselves, keep the spirit high and keep believing.

“We have to make sure we do our job. I think the task is clear now: if we win, and Manchester City don’t, then it’s all for us.

“The only thing we can do is focus on ourselves, win our game and then we will see where that takes us.

“Anything can happen in football, we’ve seen stranger things happen before so the main thing is to focus on our game and just look at it as another game we have to win.

“That’s all we can do, we can’t control anything else. It’s down to us to ensure we have a good end to the season, finish with a win at home and then we’ll see. There is just one game left, let’s go and win it.”

The 2023–24 season has been a fantastic journey for all the loyal Arsenal fans out there. The team has instilled in us the belief to expect excellence and the confidence to engage in casual banter about the Premier League title race. Ending the season with the Premier League title was the perfect way to wrap things up.

Regardless of how the season ultimately plays out, the 2023–24 season would definitely have been a memorable campaign.

Sam P


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  1. Everton have a good defence and will be hard to break down if they decide to park the bus.
    As for the transfer market. MICHAEL OLISE is a must purchase.

    Arsenals biggest rivals and benchmark is Manchester City.

    So I have looked at the ratings of ever premier league player that has played against them and judged their ratings both home and away, so to be sure it was not just a one game fluke.

    The only consistent player to be in the high 7s and 8s against ManCity that did not play for Arsenal was Crystal Palaces “Micheal Olise” who had torn apart man city every time with ratings of 7.5 to 8.6.

    This player is a right side attacker who is similar to Saka but with more pace and two footed, so very versatile.

    He can play also through the middle as well as the right side for palace, and can shoot and score with either foot.
    I think Man City, Chelsea, Spurs and Man U will all bid for the 22 year old.

    Arsenal have an advantage of being a London side that has qualified for the European Champions League, so he would not have to change his home address to change clubs with Euro prospects.
    If he can remain injury free, he could surpass Saka as Arsenal’s best Attacker.

    The other player is a strong center forward that can hold up play and the ball with technical skills and a prolific 20 goals a season. I have watched Isak against Man City and he dose not perform well and fails like most premier league strikers against Man City. Again using Man City as the benchmark.

    So Arsenal may look abroad for a strong athletic ball retaining center forward. Not many fit the technical criteria for Arsenal’s passing game. But I would start by purchasing Michael Olise before one of the top 4 sides get him first. He is potentially better than Saka.

    1. WOW! My thoughts exactly, except the fact that i’m not aware of the fact that he’s recorded those numbers consistently. I sincerely hold Olise at high regards and appreciate him a lot based on what i see when he plays, cos i don’t do stats but what you highlighted further fuels my hope of Edu and Mikel landing him. I’m surprised no one is talking about him though, despite his top top qualities.

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