Though our very own Arsenal football Club in the North London started on a poor format, they are now registering a positive trend. Before their first win against Norwich, they had lost 3 matches against Brentford, Chelsea and Manchester City respectively. This never stopped here. Immediately after after defeating Norwich and getting the 3 points, they proceeded to Burnley and did the same thing. As if that is not enough, they had they own London derby Tottenham who they defeated 3-1 at an home pace.
Under the same wins, most key players were fully in the squad. The likes of Aubameyang, Ben White, Thomas Partey, Odegaard, Albert Sambi Lokonga, Smith Rowe among many other more. Goalkeeper number 1 Aaron Ransdale has fully been ensuring a positive protection and saves out of the wins.
On that very same weekend, Chelsea and Manchester United lost their three points respectively. This paves room and advantage to The Gunners that incase they win coming three matches, then they shall settle in top 4. By this, I mean the Arteta squad have this month of October to make ends meet because teams like Man-U shall be facing big teams like Chelsea, Man City, Liverpool,Tottenham and Leicester which are not really so promising for their win.
Look at teams facing Arsenal this month. They are not so tough like the ones they have so far dealt with. In short, they have a chance to gather those very many points and goals within this month. If they get 3 constant wins from now, then top 4 qualifications for UEFA Champions League is within them.
It is now termed as business unusual because if this gets the case, then the club shall remain strong in history and legendary. I need your views as far as this is concerned. Will Chelsea and Man-U usher in the gunners to be in their top 4?
Let us support the right statements please and not hate speeches against our support club. May we talk about football at large and not just clubs. After all football should unite us and not separating us. Thank you for reading my article too.
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