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Why Arsenal Might Finally Break 18-year Premier League 'Curse' Amid Fantastic Form

Being an Arsenal fan at the moment is no doubt one of the countable blessings in life with the Gunners now looking to have picked up form under the management of Spanish tactician, Mikel Arteta. The Gunners latest win came against Brentford FC in a 0-3 scoreline, a result which is encouraging given the Bees impressive statistics against big guns.

Hence, going by their current run bar the 3-1 defeat to 20 times Premier League winners, Manchester United, the Mikel Arteta's side stands a great chance of finally clinching the league title after almost eighteen years of trophyless campaigns with their last touch on the trophy being back in 2004.

As compared to the previous seasons, the Gunners currently look more organized in their way of play, with one of their strengths being the unity among the players who are willing to fight for each other on the pitch and see the team carry the three points at the end of the 90 minutes.

In addition, the players look to have fully bought into the ideas of the manager and moreso, believing in his game plans and tactics. Summer signings, Gabriel Jesus and Fabio Vierra seems to have settled in quickly with both of them hitting the back of the net at the Brentford Community Stadium.

In the meantime, star center-back William Saliba have finally found his aura and is currently dominating against some of the best strikers in the league, among them being Ivan Toney whom despite his great threat Infront of the goal failed to outplay the Gunners' defence.

From dressing room unity to improved individual performances on the pitch, as well as the urge to fight for the team to ensure victory at the end of the game, the London club surely stands a great chance of finally winning the English Premier League title come May, 2023 though they will have to cope up with a fierce challenge from defending champions, Manchester City.

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