Arsenal visit the Reebok: W-I-N
When Man Utd played Everton yesterday, the commentator made a comment in the 80th minute,
“With Man Utd still probing and pressing, the fans are only showing anxiety and concern unlike the fans at the Emirates that show fear and desperation in times like this”.
Man Utd pressed hard and showed patience and calmness to see out the game even though Everton’s goalie Howard the Bald was in inspired form. Chelsea on the other hand was more than a match for relegation threatened West Ham with El Nino scoring his first goal since the days Adolf Hitler ruled Germany. El Nino should thank his heavens that he scored yesterday. Terry J was on the prowl
We were on the summit of Mount Premiership in December when Nasri singlehandedly decimated the Fool-ham defense with two breathtaking goals. After leading for one week, Wong Fei-Hong’s header in Old Strafford was enough for us to be displaced from the top by Man Utd.
We’ve spent a very considerable amount of time in 2nd place but dropped to 3rd after that the Squisha’s own goal handed a point to Wigan. After rVp’s stunning hattrick against the aforementioned club, we moved back up to 2nd spot and have been displaced again by Chelshit thanks to our dismal run of form that have seen us pick up a meager 8 points from a possible 18.
There have been much talk about our mental weakness, signings in the summer, AW the Alchemist talking about nerves and El Capitan’s interview.
Goal difference will play a major role in the run in for the title because Man Utd has +39 while Chelshit has +37 so with us at +32 I’ll prefer us to add to the 66 we’ve scored in the league. In the early part of the season, we were goal hungry against teams like Blackpool, Braga and Shakhtar scoring well over 5 goals.
Bolton has lost their last 8 games against us and were also mauled by 5 goals against the usually goal miserly Stoke so I’ll prefer us to add to their misery.
For team news, TR7 and Diaby will be missing for today’s tie. It’s really unfortunate when you think of the amount of times Diaby has spent out injured.
Szczesny and the regular back four will continue their defensive roles. El Capitan, Song and Wilshere will also be the starting midfield triumvirate while the attack will be spearheaded by Nasri, Walcott and rVp.
We have won just 2 of our last 10 games against lowly teams like Blackpool and Leyton Orient so we need to start winning games if we truly want to end up as Barclay’s Premier League champions.
We have been blinded by next Sunday’s game against Man Utd so let’s hope that we secure a win today because we need it for a million and one reasons. We need it to get on 67 points to be level with Chelshit again, we need it to give ourselves a newly found belief, we need it to show those travelling fans that he heading up to the Reebok to show them that their money won’t be a waste, we need it to put some pressure of AW the Alchemist because the fans and media Vultures alike are asking for a pound of flesh like Shylock.
In other news, AW the Alchemist is optimistic that Nasri and Clichy would put pen to paper on new contracts because their contracts expire in the summer of 2012. Even Football Manager got that right.
Enjoy the game wherever you are.
Jesus Christ rose today after 3 days in the grave; let’s hope that Arsenal will rise to the occasion with a win after a long spell of unwanted and avoidable draws.
Arsenal has to remember that @omomo14 wants to dance naked on his street so a win today will bring him closer to achieving that impossible feat.
Posted on April 24, 2011, in Arsenal, Match Preview, Premier League and tagged Bolton. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.
Here is d link http://soccernet.espn.go.com/columns/story/_/id/911387/gunners-reach-the-crossroads?cc=3888