Thursday, 27 March 2014

Arsenal Fans Planning Mass Protest During FA Cup Semi-Final Match.

It would be fair to say at this point that Arsenal are out of the title race. A draw against Swansea after a 6-0 bashing at Stamford Bridge wasn't the best response.

We were trailing 0-1 from the first half until around the seventy-third minute when Lukas Podolski who replaced Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain equalised and also provided the assist which enabled Olivier Giroud give us a narrow lead. Very late into the game Flamini sent the ball into his own net meaning the points had to be shared between hosts and visitors.


A heartbreaking night it was at the Emirates Stadium on Tuesday. Hopes were on high at the time when Arsenal came from behind to take the lead. Unfortunately the end result wasn't a nice one considering where we stand on the table and efforts put in by the lads. Nothing can be done about that anymore. What we have to do is focus on our coming games. We have Manchester City to play this weekend, another very tough game.

If we are to be frank with ourselves, a Champions League spot for next season is now our league priority. Everton are really chasing hard so as to catch up with us. They are six points behind with a game in hand. Should we fumble against Pellegrini's men and Everton win their next game plus outstanding match then we are in big trouble. Don't forget we are still going to play against them in less than two weeks.

Reports have revealed a section of Arsenal fans have planned a campaign against Arsene Wenger. They claim to be tired of his philosophy and as such will stage a protest during Arsenal's FA Cup semi-final tie against Wigan at Wembley. This would only make matters worse. Even if you are to execute a WengerOut campaign, that should not be in such a game?

I will just love us all to stay behind the team no matter what. We were all there for them when the going was good so it would make no sense if we start moaning over some little misfortune. I believe all will be fine. At least we still got the FA Cup to battle for and with confidence and determination our long wait for glory should be terminated by May. Come on You Gunners!
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