Video – Pundits discuss whether Arsenal can maintain top-four position

Pundits analyse Arsenal performance so far and whether they can maintain the momentum

Arsenal is in a position that quite a few did not think they would be in when the season kicked off. Most commentators had Tottenham finishing third and Arsenal struggling. Well, the reverse has happened so far but the question is, can Arsenal maintain their good start to the season?

ESPN pundits Julien Laurens, Craig Burley, Steve Nicol and Shaka Hislop have discussed this exact subject and surprisingly they are rather positive. Though, they do obviously highlight the flaws within the team.

Anyway, have a look at the video from the official ESPN youtube channel and let us know what you think.

4 Comments

  1. Samuel Akinsola Adebosin says:

    What could us Gooners think other than to think Arsenal should continue winning their games in the Premier League consistently without dropping any points and march on to lift the title.

  2. Liam says:

    Holding, Bellerin, Tierney and Lacazette coming back after the international break changes the whole dynamic of the team. I would be tempted to play a front 3 of Pepe Lacazette Saka and give Abameyang a complete free role with the focus on just scoring. Nelson can swap with Pepe and Martinelli can interchange with any of them. My only concern is playing a midfield 2 as Guendouzi is the only one I would trust or has the consistency and fitness to run a two man midfield.

  3. Innit says:

    Sure it’s definitely possible.
    But I’m not sure if any team below us will spend big in January
    But if teams stay mostly the same, mostly then we have a good chance

    I think Emery needs to drop Xhaka to the bench with Ozil and Mustafi
    Use any combination of these players instead: Ceballos, Torreira, Guendouzi, Wilock

  4. Blago says:

    Unai Emery cannot make Arsenal finish in top 4.Arsenal now plays like a high school football team. Boring with attacking threat that can easily be foiled.

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