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11 Oct 2018 02:29:15
I really like everyones optimism surrounding the club, but really, we lost to City and Chelsea so far, we have had a run of fixtures we should win and have won, great, that being said, let's see where we are at come January, after we played the Spuds and Liverpool a couple times, Ya have to beat the teams ahead of you - I like where the club is headed and think in a year or two under Uni, we will be realistically challenging for the PL Cup. COYG.

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1.) 11 Oct 2018 05:28:46
I agree that after the 2 defeats, we have won all of the following matches, that we should have won. However, under the previous regime we often failed to win such matches consistently.
Under Emery there is a definite and noticeable improvement in fitness, strength and endurance. The players appear to be enjoying life under Emery and are playing with a freedom that wasn't permitted under Wenger, who became increasingly controlling as time passed.
Of course there is a long way to go. More signings are needed as Emery only brought in 5 to date, of which one is a veteran as cover for Bellerin and Guendouzi is a teenager, an impressive one albeit. I can't say I will be sorry to see Ramsey leave, apart from one season when he scored regularly. He hasn't really impressed, flattering to deceive.
The test will come when we play the top clubs, with Liverpool and Man U on the agenda. As long as we keep beating the teams that we should beat, all looks promising. The injury situation doesn't appear as bad as under Wenger. Emery inherited an injured Koscielny, whose recovery seems ahead of schedule. Maitland-Niles has an impact injury. It looks like we could enter the busy December and January period with a full squad, bar any new injuries suffered.


2.) 11 Oct 2018 09:47:27
The only 2 teams liverpool have failed to beat so far are the same 2 teams we have failed to beat so far so what does that say about us and them?
Liverpool are obviously a far better side than us but they are 3 years into their rebuild but still a work in progress while we are just a couple of months into our rebuild but already showing signs of huge improvement.
Liverpool will challenge for this season's title and we obviously won't but there would be something very wrong somewhere if it was the other way round.
Enjoy this good run of results for as long as it lasts (hopefully the rest of the season:-) but don't be to despondent if we lose to Liverpool City Chelsea or even spuds and United because Dick inherited an Arsenal in a state of total disrepair and with an awful mentality. The other big clubs all have managers in their 3rd season or longer at their clubs apart from Chelsea who although like us have a new manager but they were runaway champions just 2 seasons ago not 14 seasons ago like us.
we started this season at the back of the grid a very distant 6th behind teams much more advanced than us and anything that shows that gap closing this season has to be a tick in the plus column for me, 5th would be good 4th incredible and anything more would simply mean we were all asleep and having the same dream because top 3 is such an unrealistic even if possible thing to imagine this season.


 

 

 

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