“They are right up there this season” Pundit backs Arsenal to bounce back from United defeat

Arsenal suffered their first defeat of the season when they faced Manchester United in the Premier League last weekend.

The Gunners had won their opening five Premier League games of the season to open a few points gap at the top of the league table.

They visited a resurgent United side, hopeful of getting another win from the fixture.

However, Erik Ten Hag’s team played a good game and beat the Gunners 3-1 even though the Londoners dominated the fixture.

Some clubs could struggle to get back to form after such a setback, however, former Premier League goalkeeper Paddy Kenny backs Arsenal to get back to form soon.

He tells Football Insider:

“It’s devastating for them that they have lost that record but they are still in a really good position.

“I was talking about the end of the last season and how they completely threw away any chance of finishing in the Champions League.

“They are right up there this season. They have only had one bad day at the office, really. That was against Man United.

“They need to dust themselves off and go again because I’ll tell you this, they have a brilliant set of lads and a brilliant team there. “

Just Arsenal Opinion

We have a strong squad now, personnel and attitude-wise, and they will bounce back.

The extended break because of the death of Queen Elizabeth II will help our key men stay in shape and get back to winning on the return of football.

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5 Comments

  1. I was so sad when Manchester united beat us, but we still have a lot of matches to play, what our players need to do is to just focus and make sure they win the future matches so that we will be able to participate in the next season champions league,

    Up Gunners

  2. AFTER THE SAD DEATHOF OUR WONDERFUL qUEEN MANY OF US SEM TO BE SAYING THAT ANY EXTRA DELAY TO pREM FIXTURES WILL GIVE OUR PLAYERS ANDS ESP OUR INJURE DONES A CHANCDE TO GET FIT.
    It seems to pass by tht inteeligencde of such easuily foled fans that all clubns have injured players and will get the same chance to rest and /or get fit.

    What I am saying is that there are SOME fans – and all clubs have them- who cannot widen their vision to NOTICE that all, or at least most, clubs are in much the same position. Thse are the sort of fans who routinely go on JA or any other AFC site and moan that refs are biased against us,. Sigh.

    It never occurs to them to go on other clubs fan sites and see the same dismally puerile comments about refs being anti United , Liverpool , Spuds, Chelsea, etc etc!

    Either you have intelligence and choose to see further in front than merely your own nose. Or you don’t! Sigh!

    1. Ahh Jon there you go deriding others intelligence levels. But going by my favourite philosophy I would say “even the dull and the ignorant have their story”
      Are you ignorant about your tolerance levels my Lord?

      1. pAT Does it not even occur to you that what I say is profoundly true ?
        If not, then which parts do you not agree about and WHY?

        Care to answer me for once and not ignore or change the subject?
        HAVE YOU NEVER GONE ON OTHER CLUBS FAN SITES AND SEEN THEIR COMMENTS WHICH ARE EXACTLY AS SAID? If you have not done so , then why not?

        I have never claimed to suffer fools gladly and I plainly do not.
        DO YOU THINK FOOLS ADD MUCH TO JA, AS I DO NOT THINK SO!!?

        LASTLY, DO YOU EVEN ACCEPT THAT HUMANS HAVE DIFFERING INTELLIGENCE LEVELS AND THAT SOME ARE MORE INTELLIGENT THAN OTHERS? SOME ARE LESS SO.

        NOT PERHAPS THE FAULT OF THOSE WHO ARE DULL WITTED, BUT THEY DO EXIST, OR DO YOU NOT THINK SO?

  3. A little bit of street wisdom would have given us victory ( or at least a draw) at Old Trafford. I hope the coaches and players will learn from that game: that you don’t always have to play to win.
    After going level, we should have played a bit more conservatively to catch United on the counter
    That’s spilt milk anyway; let’s take the lessons and move on to more success

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