Kroenke and Wenger Out.

I have just read that Guardian article that basically says that Swansea exploited the frustration of the crowd and of course there is a picture of the little home made banner that read Kroenke and Wenger out.

wenger out

I don’t believe that the frustration of the crowd played any part of our loss whatsoever and one little banner does not represent the majority at all.

For me it was not frustration that Swansea exploited it was expectation. It is expected that Arsenal should win the league and has been that way for some time, this is the burden that Arsenal have been having trouble with which has lead to them, for example, rushing simple passes, leading to loss of possession which of course levels the playing field against lesser lights such as Swansea. By contrast an unburdened Arsenal starting eleven would always find their man with such passes and nine times out of ten go on to win the game.

Tottenham and Leicester have been able to avoid the burden of expectation for longer than they should have been allowed but look what happened the first time that it really became apparent that Tottenham could go top and push on to win the league, I never thought that I would find a Donald Trump comment apt but here we are — Chokers. (Just in case the use of the name Tottenham attract some of the knuckle draggers I will say it for you — Pots and Kettles)

To a similar extent the same thing happened to Leicester against West Brom. Claudio Ranieri has been doing a fine job of taking the pressure of winning the title off of them but it was creeping in as they started to find that doing the things they have been doing effortlessly all season started to get just a bit more difficult in their mid week clash. Man City have been suffering from the burden of exploitation for even longer than we have and by the looks of their thumping from Liverpool they still are doing so.

bergenUnfortunately, I do not share Rocky’s confidence as to the out come of Saturday’s North London Derby as I feel that Tottenham will be able to play without pressure again where as we will be playing with the equivalent expectation of a 50 kilo army bergen on our backs.

It goes without saying that I hope I am wrong.


Written by LB

109 Responses to Kroenke and Wenger Out.

  1. Eddie says:

    you are not wrong.
    nobody shares Rocky’s confidence but Rocky himself.

    is it really as simple as that – burden of expectations? I agree that it could cripple some weaker characters, but to effect the whole team? Then again, one bad apple can spoil the broth (is it what the English say, or did I get it wrong 🙂 )

    dunno what’s happening to the team. I even thought about changing my gravator from Bellerin back to Santi – our problems started when Cazorla was replaced with the Catalan kid. I will do that tonight, hope it helps us tomo

    thanks LB for the new spin on things

  2. Rasp says:

    Thanks LB, of course you are right, our players will be feeling the pressure more than the tots – and they’ve not been good at dealing with pressure lately. Somehow they have to dig deep. I#d love it if we formed a huddle before kick off and sent a message to the spurs players and crowd that we were a team that was ‘up for it’.

    Eddie, Rocky was playing devil’s advocate and was surprised he didn’t receive more abuse for yesterday’s post 🙂

  3. First Sampan says:

    All I know is that The Arsenal will drop to fifth in the table before winning all their games to end at their customary fourth place.

    This is the true way of The Arsenal.


  4. First Sampan says:

    But of course, we will win at the tots’ home and steal their toys before going off the boil….

  5. mickydidit89 says:

    Well played LB

    I do agree the expectation has got to them, but that only proves how weak they are. We do have notable exceptions such as Mesut and Per. They try no matter what, and funnily enough, both have world cup winners medals.

    Rasp then mentions the “huddle”. Would never “dis” the Rasp, but the word sounds like “cuddle” and makes me want to be sick.

  6. kelsey says:

    Arsene Wenger has revealed the latest team news ahead of tomorrow’s critical clash against Sp*rs.

    After the dismal defeat to Swansea, the pressure is really on in what’s an unusually top-of-the-table North London derby.

    The bad news regarding Petr Cech was confirmed after the keeper pulled a muscle racing back upfield from a late Arsenal corner. The Czech international is set to miss 3-4 weeks with a calf strain, brought about as a result from him carrying a groin injury.

    “He had a groin alert,” said Wenger. “He could not kick the ball properly on the first, goal and maybe provoked another injury.”

    He’ll be replaced by David Ospina, with Wenger again reiterating his faith in the Colombian international.

    “Of course, I have completely confidence in David,” said the manager. “I’m not worried at all on that front.”

    Laurent Koscielny also misses out with the calf strain that kept him out of Wednesday’s game.

    Other than that there don’t appear to be any new injuries from Wednesday night, and it remains to be seen how Wenger rejigs his team as we prepare to the face the old enemy.

    Well that’s all we need our 2 key players in defence out and a super fit athlete yet again pulls a muscle and has a calf strain, not a hamstring this time.You couldn’t make it up.
    I was really impressed with Ospina in the WC before he joined us but he has turned into another Fabianski, or at least the fabianski that played for us.

    Players like Sanchez are now spouting the same as RVP did and can you blame him.

    Spurs despite their loss to West Ham will be more confident in beating us than they have for many a year but even if we win or get something out of the game we are miles away to being real title contenders.

    It’s like a broken record year after year we flatter to deceive.

    Sorry to put a downer on your post LB but I remember a few years ago when we played Spurs we were losing 1-0 and I had a bowls match to play and when we finished I saw we had won 5-4 so miracles do happen.

    Lose tomorrow and the media will have a field day yet again at our expense and Spurs might just be favourites for their first title in 55 years.Call me what you like but a dramatic change of form and leadership and consisency is needed now more than ever,so earn your money Mr Wenger.No smiley from me

  7. mickydidit89 says:

    Oh, and high-fiving makes me feel sick as well

    Bloody love Fridays 🙂

  8. mickydidit89 says:


    What does this mean “Players like Sanchez are now spouting the same as RVP did”

    Serious question

  9. Eddie says:

    rasp – why didn’t Rocky say so?? I am always ready to deliver

    High fiving is fine, it is kissing own arms after scoring that I find bizzare.

    Anyway, as I said this morning – we are 3rd because City, Chavs and Mancs are having a melt down this season. otherwise we would have been 6th.

  10. chas says:

    Cheers, LB.

    I think that Guardian article does suggest the change in mood of the crowd after the equaliser plus subsequent booing as the first half finished did affect the performance of the Swansea side.

    According to that article, it was used during their half-time talk to motivate their players. They certainly came out in the second half a different animal, so it would seem there is some truth in the story.

    I’m not suggesting the crowd caused the defeat, that was down to the players, but if the mood in the ground proved motivation for Swansea, its effect on the Arsenal players must also be up for debate.

  11. chas says:

    Where do you stand on the Tony Adams fist pumping? 🙂

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    When men were men and football was kung fu.

  15. GoonerB says:

    Thanks LB.

    First and foremost, we can still win this league. I don’t go with Rocky’s headline we will win the league post, but we can win it. I had another look at the run ins and Spurs have some difficult games. Also I see some tricky ones for Leicester and points being dropped. 2 wins for us and I think the table and the outlook change again.

    We need an epiphany moment now. The kind that happened in AW’s first title win when we were labouring and a fair bit behind, but went on an incredible run to win the title. The problem is we are not in title winning form as it stands so everyone needs to start earning their money. It can be done but purely from what I have seen recently I do have misgivings.

    It is down to them to bring back the joy and faith and the fans to get behind them. The time for inquests is when we have no chance of anything. Then make the decisions.

    I don’t bother myself with the Kroenke out bit. He is not going anywhere fast anyway and a few banners will not make any difference to a billionaire owner of a few sports franchises who has seen discontent before.

    Is he a good owner, are there better out there? Difficult to say really. Things are not right at the moment but it is difficult to know whether Kroenke is the limiting factor. For all we know behind closed doors he may have given a more carte blanche directive to Gazidkis and Wenger.

    On the opposite side it may be that Kroenke is the limiting factor and is somewhat limiting Wenger and Gazidkis, so when it comes to the transfer market aspect of things we don’t really know, as fans, how the club are approaching it and who is deciding what.

    We can only deal with what we can be more certain about. One thing I am more certain about is that our performances relative to the players and squad we have is underachieving. Apart from a few moments of looking like a traditional Arsenal side we have too often played like a mid table side.

    What has stopped us being a mid table side is the quality of some of our individual players to somewhat carry a poorly functioning team, and the inexplicable drop this season by some of the traditional title challengers.

    As often said we are not the sum of our parts. The performances have not matched the quality of our individual players, and the finger there has to be aimed at the manager. The manager decides and works out who plays best with who, and to therefore get the best functioning side.

    Personally I feel towards the tail end of last season and the front end of this season there were games that indicated some formations and combinations of players that worked. For some inexplicable reason these combinations have been binned for something else that doesn’t, and then watching us persist with what is not working way beyond where we should have done.

    This leads to dis-jointed performances which means that players that are normally very polished start to struggle in an unbalanced unit. They then lose a bit of confidence, start to force their game too much and end up in a vicious circle trying harder in an ever more desperate way to force their game back on track. I believe this is what has happened with Alexis.

    I agree with you LB about the pressure but I don’t believe it comes so much from the expectation of being or having been title favourites. I believe the pressure comes from knowing the title opened up for us and we were the best side, with the best squad, and the most settled of the traditional big clubs to win it. I think everyone, deep down, knows we should have been 10 points ahead of where we are now and we are in the process of throwing it away.

    This for me is where the pressure comes from. If we entered tomorrow on the points we should be on now we have a cushion that relieves the pressure in the game more. It is only a must win game (which we always seem to have more than any other club) with literally spontaneous combustion levels of pressure on us because we have cocked it up.

    This is where I have grave misgivings on what Arsene can do for us now, because I feel it is his systems and ideologies that have hampered performances, and further he has shown little inclination to change what is not working. I don’t want him to fail and actually feel quite guilty about my misgivings but time waits for no man and I seriously wonder whether we are seeing the end game now.

    That however is really for another day because there is still a manager and club in 3 big competitions to support.

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  18. chas says:

    Sorry, GoonerB.
    Didn’t see you there.
    I didn’t mean to surround your comment with garbage. 🙂

  19. Eddie says:

    so cech is out for a month, Cazorla suffered a set back – excellent, now we have valid excuses 🙂

  20. GoonerB says:

    No problems Chas. I did wonder why my sweet florally musings were standing centre piece with garbage being spewed around them 🙂

  21. LB says:

    Rant Friday

    If this offends anyone, I apologise now.

    Adam Johnson, guilty, he will never play football again, he will never be able to work in anything sports related and many other areas I suspect.

    All for what? A fumble in the back of a car.

    Yes, yes, yes I know it is wrong but I do have a tad of sympathy for him, firstly and most importantly it was consensual; I mean, he didn’t force her for goodness sake and then the constant use of the word “child”, gives the impression that she was 6 or something.

    If every girl and every boy who had sex at 15 were charged then the jails would be full.

    This case was financially driven, the next thing the lawyers will do to him is sue for damages, I understand that some will say rightly so and I would understand.

    The other thing that pisses me off is the use of the word pedophilia, sex with 10 year olds is pedophilia, sex with willing 15 year olds is not.

    If this comment disappears, I will not regard it as censorship, I will understand that this site is not the right place for it.

    Well if that doesn’t get you typing I don’t know what will

  22. mickydidit89 says:

    I think the plans for tomorrow are fairly straight forward

    Win, Arsene and the boys get on the bus and head West and home
    Lose, Arsene and the boys tell the driver to turn right, and head East

    It’s called a Must Win Or Don’t Come Home Game 🙂

  23. LB says:

    Must win or don’t bother coming home lol

  24. RockyLives says:

    Fine post – thanks LB

    I stand by the optimism of my Post from yesterday.

    We will beat the Spudders and it might just be the magic moment that sets us on the path to the title.

    We have some amazing players – they just need to start playing amazingly again.

    Team wise tomorrow, I’d be tempted to go with Chambers ahead of Easter, but I suspect the manager will stick with the latter because of his pace.

    Front three of Welbz, Ollie and Campbell, with Alexis to explode off the bench with 25 minutes to go and win the game for us.

  25. Red Arnie says:

    Brilliant, LB. 🙂 Agree with you. Plenty of chuckles in there, but here are my two favourites.

    Shitty’s “burden of exploitation” 😆

    “I do not share Rocky’s confidence” Is Rocky really confident about tomorrow. I read his post as Rocky’s optimism (not confidence), and can find resonance with it. But confident of tomorrow. Well, dont know about Rocky, but I am certainly not!

    Yes, burden of expectations. That is about right. IMO. 🙂

  26. Red Arnie says:

    LB, dont agree, but I also believe firmly in diversity of opinion. If THE COMMENT vanishes, no one will know what this is about! 😆

  27. mickydidit89 says:

    I’m now at a crossover point between ranting Friday and Spursday Saturday

    With that in mind, what Arsene should do, is send the players out onto the pitch 20 minutes early, and let the crowd “motivate” them

    I genuinely think this is genius 🙂

  28. mickydidit89 says:


    If we lose tomorrow, and then we bloggers all chip in and send you to a grubby little motel with a larger than usual mini bar, would you right the match report?

  29. mickydidit89 says:

    write 🙄

  30. Big Raddy says:

    LB. Thanks for an interesting post. I agree entirely about the pressure.of expectation, however, great players and teams rise above that and show why there is an expectation

  31. Big Raddy says:

    I think we should send a cattle prod to assist AW in his half time talk.

  32. Eddie says:

    LB – I was talking about Adam Johnson the other day and heard people saying ‘he is stupid, destroyed his career, what was he thinking of, etc’, I thought those were wrong things to say – he is not stupid, he is a pedophile. He started grooming the girl when she was 14. However, I have some sympathy with him, but then again I agree that he is sick; this day and age you know what’s right and wrong even if your mother didn’t tell you that.

    I drive past Spuds training grounds daily and almost always there are young girls done up to tens loitering at the gates. Some of them look very young. There is no doubt in my mind that they are after and I think they are poisonous little cows, responsible for many young men’s downfalls.

    I am certain that the girls in Johnson’s case was not as innocent as the media make her out to be. Still, he was the grown up there.

  33. RockyLives says:

    Micky 😀

  34. LB says:

    Fair enough Eddie.

    Thanks for taking the time to respond.

  35. LB says:


    On a slightly lighter note did you write “girls done up to tens” on purpose? I can’t work out if being done up to tens is one step more extreme than being done up to the nines?

  36. mickydidit89 says:

    Doom alert
    Lose tomorrow, and we could be one point above Utd in 5th. Yikes.

    Anyway, my only Spurs mate is convinced Spuds will bottle it, and “that little git”, as he calls Theo, will score. I like my friend 🙂

  37. kelsey says:

    If I get involved there will be mayhem.When we win at least 3 on the bounce I will get back to dooming,though it might be a long wait.

  38. Eddie says:

    LB 🙂 I did write it on purpose, I was sure it is an English expression 🙂 Maybe it is Irish, I’ve heard is somewhere to be sure

    micky – I like your mate too

  39. Great stuff LB

    That bloke could have done better with that banner? That’s me protesting about my council tax.

    Expectations? Yes LB. I have lived with this fear all my life. I was the only one in my family who could 3 sides of a Rubic Cube.

    The pressure was intense. We lived in lower middle class poverty and failure meant no Rotary Club.

    That’s why though I agree with you, there’s no excuse. I had the pressure of acceptance at dinner parties to deal with, all this pansies are been asked is to win football matches they should win.

    Adam Johnson? Don’t like him. Looks like a good looking Rat, even possible cute pet standard, but still a Rat.

    Besides, when I was a young man a Poch faced stranger offered me money to discuss the failings of monetarist economics in his bedroom.

    Imagine my horror when it turned out he was the Monetarist, he was skint. I was forced to beat him up. That will teach him, trying to abuse a vulnerable newly qualified 27 year old Accountant is disgusting.

  40. Big Raddy says:

    Almost finished the PM. Really enjoying myself.

    Terry. Another cracker 😀

  41. Eddie says:

    yes Terry, we might as well do all the laughing tonight, just in case

  42. Red Arnie says:

    😆 lol: lol:

  43. Eddie says:

    In football refereeing, what is a Dogso

    No googling please

  44. Big Raddy says:

    Is it a type of whistle?

  45. Eddie says:

    close 🙂

    oh, shard is excluded from this game for obvious reasons

  46. LB says:

    Sorry I had to look, no idea before hand, funny though.

  47. Big Raddy says:

    Could it be the pen the refs use to write down bookings?

  48. mickydidit89 says:

    No. That’s called a pen,

  49. mickydidit89 says:

    Anyway, it does not get much more exciting than this.

    A day for large testicles and much beer

  50. Eddie says:

    no bollix and no beer.

  51. mickydidit89 says:

    Morning you two

    Sorry Chas, don’t like pic, can we have another 🙂

  52. Eddie says:

    Non footballing dilemma – I am trying to sell something (without a box) on eBay for hugely reduced price. This guy offered me even less, far less money for it. What shall I do
    1 tell him to get lost
    2 ask him if he was just joking
    3 lead him on and at the last moment say “sorry someone just offered full asking price”

  53. mickydidit89 says:

    I’d start with 2, then run with 3

  54. Big Raddy says:

    I like that picture very much..

    I bet she is from up North somewhere – maybe Watford.

  55. Big Raddy says:

    Eddie. Offer to throw in a box.

  56. Eddie says:

    another dilemma I have is the post photo – the “get Kroenke and Wenger out”. It would have been useful if they elaborated how we are supposed to do that, but no, they left me wondering

    1 Did they have the opposite written on the reverse, in case we thrashed Swansea?
    2 They are the proper doomers, why bother going to games? Do they just go with their brothers for pies and beer?
    3 Are fans allowed to bring large pieces of paper to games?

  57. mickydidit89 says:

    Sod it, go straight to 3. Bloody hate cheapskates and hagglers

  58. Eddie says:

    raddy – they are large insulation boards, 240×120 cm 🙂

  59. Eddie says:

    micky – me too 🙂 yeah, I will accept the offer, make all the arrangements and give him the wrong address to collect

  60. Eddie says:

    raddy – why do you think she is from up north? Watford 🙂 north of London Colney 🙂

  61. mickydidit89 says:

    More importantly Eddie, are you doing your hair and nails for the game?

  62. Eddie says:

    oh micky, big hair disaster 😦 I’ve done it yesterday. I want to go all grey, you know aging gracefully 🙂 I used a hair paint stripper and ended up with sort of orangey looking fur. It looks like a bad wig 🙂

    but I will do my nails red

  63. mickydidit89 says:

    Ha ha ha, superb Eddie. Orangey hair, purple DM’s and you talk of ageing gracefully

    Stick to dis-gracefully

  64. Big Raddy says:

    Eddie. The welcome pic on the wall. Probably embroidered by a hill-farmers wife over a cold winter.

    Some advice for you Eddie. Next time go to a hairdresser. Chas will have a black book of recommendations.

  65. LB says:

    “Up North, maybe Waltford” lol

  66. LB says:

    “Offer to throw in a box” Rolf

  67. Big Raddy says:

    I am going to Malmo to see their first game after the winter break thus missing the NLD.

    My nails, heart, stomach etc are all sending messages of thanks.

    Sorry I will not be with you fine folk to share the pressure.

  68. LB says:

    That’s a shame you sound in very good spirits.

  69. Eddie says:

    raddy – nay, I can live with orangey hair 🙂 who cares 🙂 I cannot live with us losing today though.

    LB – you are in a good mood today. I hope it lasts through the day

  70. Big Raddy says:

    That I am. I trust you are as well.

  71. LB says:

    Jerry Hall just married Rupert Murdoch, crazy, I just don’t understand what she sees in that billionaire.

  72. mickydidit89 says:

    When was the last More Must Win than today?

    I mean, lose and not only do we blow the easiest League ever, but we end below Totnum at the same time. I can’t think of a bigger game since the Lane in ’71 in so far as our loathsome neighbours are concerned

  73. LB says:

    I woke up really nervous but the morning exchange between you guys made me laugh which turned into a howl when I read the suggestion to throw in a box.

  74. LB says:

    Winning the league there was pretty important, hmmm back to football and I feel uncomfortably nervous again.

  75. mickydidit89 says:

    Ooops, maybe I’m not helping your nerves here LB

    Try this. Win and we end Spurs’ easiest chance of a title, like ever 🙂

  76. Morning 😃

    Not sure why I’m smiling but you lot are in fine form so it must be infectious.

    My cousin offered me a ticket last night for the match …….. oooh I wanted to say yes but then ooooh I couldn’t bear to sit amongst them so I said no and now I see that Raddy is going to watch Malmo!!! And I thought I was a coward 😉

  77. LB says:

    OK something lighter. This is on the front page of the Telegraph on line.

    “Dressage trainer who worked with Olympic champions jailed after being caught with horse pornography.”

    What on earth is that about?

  78. Eddie says:

    ooooh peaches… did you do YOUR hair?

    I cannot believe Raddy is going to miss The Game, shocking

    And where are the Disgraceful Bros today?

  79. The nicest news came yesterday evening when my hot shot baby spud was told he wasn’t in the squad for today and so not only was he not sitting on the bench he didn’t have to go either 😃

  80. mickydidit89 says:

    Ha ha ha LB, you do make me laugh
    Yesterday you used the words “something lighter” after a comment about rape, now we’re talking horsey porn 🙂
    Are the big game nerves getting to you at all? 🙂

  81. LB says:

    I have said this before but going to WHL is my favourite game of the season, I love it there, it is always so edgy, always a great atmosphere as everyone sings at the top of their voices for 90 minutes, in the right part of the ground, that is, of course.

  82. Eddie – I did my hair for the Mank game!!!!! I’ll do my nails though I think 😜

  83. Eddie says:

    he “has been jailed for possessing bestiality pornography involving horses. Liam Fisher, 37, also had child abuse images and asked for an online sex show involving an eight year-old boy. “

  84. mickydidit89 says:

    Ok LB, now I agree with you, and in fact there could be no better place to go for a MWG. Their crowd will really help us, and for that reason, I reckon we’ll win.

  85. Yes LB I’m sure you’re right but this ticket would definitely be with the bad guys 😦

  86. Big Raddy says:

    I think that chap may be in trouble.

  87. Big Raddy says:

    It is getting out of SHL which is such a nightmare for away fans. Dreadful place inhabited by octaroons

  88. Big Raddy says:

    Todays PM is somewhat insulting to our neighbours. Hopefully it will not attract too many of the swamp-dwellers and thus avoid their vitriol.

  89. LB says:


    I only read the headline which made me laugh, had I read further I wouldn’t have said anything. Hmm, this has taught me a lesson.

    Stick to football.

  90. mickydidit89 says:

    I think calling them octoroons should do the trick and get them over here and a bit cross, while you merrily make your way to Sweden 🙂

  91. chas says:

    Wow, you lot do the morning sesh well.
    The photo is Judi Dench from Hemel Hempstead. 🙂

  92. Big Raddy says:

    See. I said it was Up North 😀

  93. All spuds I saw yesterday are very nervous 😃

  94. chas says:

  95. Need coffee and phone battery is at 1% so I’m leaving the bed. Back in a bit 😳

  96. LB says:

    Funny image 🙂

  97. chas says:

  98. I aim to please 🙂

  99. Eddie says:

    LB – don’t be too hard on yourself 🙂 The horse pornography got me curious too 🙂 what a sicko, grrrrr……………

    aha, chas 🙂 are you on your way to N15 or is it a pretendie?

  100. Rasp says:

    Morning all, this is simply the most important game since the CL final 🙄

    I don’t know where, how or if to watch it 😦 All I know is that I shall be a complete nightmare and disgrace myself wherever I am 😆

  101. Rasp says:

    Oh no, it’s snowing heavily here now …. is hell freezing over? 😦

  102. Rasp says:

    That’s right …. all bugger off as soon as I arrive 😦

  103. Eddie says:

    look rasp, some of us like getting up early. As my daughter-in-law says “you snooze you lose” 🙂

  104. Rasp says:

    I’ve been up since 6 – doing crossword puzzles on my tablet … I know, saddo 🙄

  105. We have a New Post everyone ………………….. have a nice day 🙂

  106. kelsey says:

    Enjoy the game wherever you are.Is TH14 and other ex players right to critisize the manager.Are they all wrong or is it disrespectful.

    AW says we are only 2% away , away from what.

    Block your ears but there is a growing discontent with this man and our form and adding salt to the wound is Spurs doing well.

    If we beat them I like others will be extremely pleased but I just see the players at a low the lowest for ages and IMO AW has lost part of the dressing room

  107. akinzo says:

    I have been off here lately because I have had to battle with what seems millions of crippling issues. And though far away from London, unable to pay for terrestial television and drowned in myriad of problems I still can’t take my mind away from the game against the Spuds today. From my sick bed in the last couple of weeks I was hoping Arsenal would bring me some succour but it hasn’t exactly turned out that way.
    But strangely, we are still within the range of the title. How determined we are to remain relevant in the fight for the title will however face one of its sternest test. A loss means bye to the title but if we surprise everyone including ourselves, then we could say we true title contenders.
    Arsenal thrive when expectations are lowered and crumble when there is the minimal expectation. It’s a pity that unlike previous recent seasons we are failing at the tail end of the season. It’s unfortunate that exist Sanchez has been totally out of form and hasn’t been able to chip in with goals and performances.
    We can only hope that the players are able to salvage what is left of a season that has confounded all.

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