“They’re going to be hard to stop” Pundit backs Arsenal for a successful campaign

Shaun Wright-Phillips has enjoyed watching Arsenal at this start of the season and he believes they are on a fine run of form.

Mikel Arteta’s men were sizzling hot in pre-season, but fans could have dismissed that because they were not competitive matches.

But they have taken that form with them to the league where they have won their last two matches.

They are now a very exciting team to watch and any fan will easily pick them as his favourites to win a game.

Some people will think it is too early to see them as serious title challengers, but former Manchester City man, Wright-Phillips, believes they are going to take some stopping.

He said, as quoted by The Sun:

“They’re going to be hard to stop and they’re scoring a lot of goals, which in the Premier League is key to success. 

“They were unlucky conceding with the own goal [against Leicester], but apart from that they’re going to be a hard task for anybody.”

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Our start to this season will frighten any opponent, and pundits are beginning to see us as serious people.

Arteta has made his team hard to beat, and they have been very inventive on the attack as well.

We need to keep this momentum going and fans want to see how the team will perform against the top opponents.

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  1. I don’t believe in any Arsenal performance without Partey. Right now he doesn’t have a reliable cover in case he is unfit.
    It’s one of the reasons we suffered last term. Almost all clean sheets were got with him playing. When he is absent, our defense becomes vulnerable and concedes many goals.
    If that situation is not addressed in this window, there are no hopes of challenging even for top 4. this squad will get worn out soon. Partey can’t go for 10 games successively without an injury.

    1. Still time before the window slams shut, a week or two I think, so I’m thinking there are at least one or two incomings.

      1. I agree he is a loss when gone, just don’t agree he’s had long-term injury proneness. We just got unlucky with him.

  2. True, with additional quality holding midfielder, I shall confidently talk about title race.

  3. One game at a time, October will be a crucial month, but we do need another midfielder to shore up the team, I am surprised that Arteta feels that Xhaka and Partey will suffice, but one injury and we have Elneny back in the squad, he is a good back up for cup games, but not big matches in the PL where we will need match winners, but the transfer window isn’t closed yet

    1. We cant have everything. But we can manage what we do have to be our everything, by playing elneny against the smaller teams and resting partey. We can also do dat in position where always injuries like 3 and 2

  4. I am not convinced yet, untill i see how they will compete with the so called current natural tittle contenders the likes of Manchester city ,the Chelseas and the like

    1. Last year a lot of people had a lot of things to say because we lost the 1st 3 including City and Chelsea. If we win today it is our best start in 18 years. Just saying.

  5. Can we just enjoy our run of form and stop the nagativity. It feels like Arsenal fans don’t believe in their own team. Who need enemies if we are the worst own enemies? Man City won the League without out and out strikers. Why can’t we believe we can win trophies with our current squad?
    Few additions would be nice, but if we can’t we should not make excuses, let’s just support our team and believe in them to bring home some silverware. Top four finish is a must, but title challenge should always be the goal for a team as big as Arsenal.

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