Good News to Arsenal Fans Despite Olympiacos Humiliating them 1:0 at Emirates Stadium
By Felixotoro | self meida writer
Published 25 days ago - 20 views
It's good news to Arsenal fans despite being humbled by Olympiacos at Fly Emirates stadium by a goal to nil. Arsenal fans have tonight qualified to the Europa league quarters. The gunners who are popularly known as the gunners have qualified on an agregate of 3:2 goals.
The gunners are currently under the leadership of Mikel Arteta who is the team manager after succeeding Unai Emery after he was sacked for poor performance.
The gunners had won the first game by three goals to one which greatly boosted their qualification. This comes when the gunners have registered poor performance in the england premier league (epl) as they are at position ten with 41 points having played 29 games for 2020/2021 season.
In conclusion, Europa league remains the only hope for the gunners to win a trophy this season as they have been knocked out of the FA competition and there chance of winning the epl trophy is limited.
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