Arsenal may be out of the Top Four after this weekend and may be out till the season ends By Sylvester Kwentua
The weekend games have kicked off and for the first time this season, Arsenal will not be featuring in any game because our scheduled opponent, Southampton, will be involved in a EFL cup final against Manchester United.
To many Arsenal fans, this weekend may be a boring one, while for others, this weekend will be a weekend whereby our darling team takes a much deserved break and probably recharge their batteries to continue their journey to ending the season on a high; especially as it is likely we may drop out of the top four after the weekend games.
With Liverpool almost sure of beating Leicester city based on current form, we may find ourselves out of the top four and may never get back in, unless we sit up and improve our form. Arsenal players are ona low at the moment and we are finding it hard motivating ourselves back to form. The WengerOut bandwagons are doing more harm than good by persistently taking out their frustrations on Wenger because the more they do this, the more they heap pressure on the team and it will lead to more damaging results.
I am one of the honest Arsenal fans who believe that Wenger needs to leave at the end of the season but then, I also wish we would just stop groaning and support our team till the end as whatever we say or do now, cannot alter our season any longer. We need to see ourselves and Arsenal F.C as a married couple and married couples always settle issues, after any misunderstanding.
I implore us as genuine fans of this club to please give Arsenal a chance to end the season before pouring out all our anger and pain on them because that is what supporter-ship is all about. This is just a temporary setback; Arsenal will be great again and all we need do is to keep hope alive as we have chosen to support Arsenal F.C! “If the heat is too much for you to bear, get out of the kitchen” is what my inner boy-scout will always say to us!
I choose to support Arsenal till I die, what about you?