More misery as Emery fails to make improvements again by Konstantin Mitov
Another poor Arsenal performance ends in another disappointing result. We haven’t been playing well all season so it makes sense that our performances continue to be poor. But there is one thing I like about this situation and that is that the Arsenal fans are starting to show their feelings.
Granit Xhaka got booed off again and told us fans to “f*** off” and I think this is excellent. Arsenal fans don’t like Xhaka in general as he brings nothing to our game and makes a lot of mistakes so him starting a war on us is gonna result in only one direction. The club starts and ends with the fans and right now, I tell you, the Arsenal fans are angry.
News suggests that the player went straight to his house. Is this a soap opera? Those are incredibly highly paid professionals in a public game. You’ll get praised for being good and be criticized when you do bad. It’s how life works in general, even though the world sometimes tries to pretend that it doesn’t work that way.
Back to the game, our performance was shocking even though we had a 2:0 lead. Our inability to defend and our superpower of making every player look like Messi made sure we blew it. True we tried at 2:2 to win, but why does it have to go there? We have zero idea how to control the game and this trend is something that has barely changed since Arsene left.
But even he left, and the club is still here, but Emery has slipped down a pitfall that does not end well. Once things go south, they rarely go back and Unai look lost. I don’t think he’ll last the season. We are travelling to Liverpool and I expect a hammering. Then it’s Wolves, not an easy task by any means.
The season is still early and we could salvage something if we act quickly. If we don’t we’ll pray on the Europa League until we meet another English club or any other decent team. Anyway, some people think I’m negative and to my highest regret results vindicate me. We’ve won 1 point out of 6 against Sheffield and Crystal Palace. Think about that for a moment. We’ve completely lost our ability to frighten teams and beat them.
Everyone feels they have a shot at us and they are right. We hired a failed manager, and we’re getting exactly what a failed manager delivers. Even Wenger eventually crumbled under bad results. The good thing is Emery has done nothing for us to hang onto. He’ll be gone soon and we’ll have the ability to talk about the football again.
Perhaps we’ll see some more of Ozil, who knows.