Legend: What Arsenal Need To Do To Win The League

Legend: What Arsenal Need To Do To Win The League

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Arsenal Legend ray Parlour has pointed out what the team should do if they are to ever win the Premier League once again.

The Gunners lost their last two league games against Everton and Manchester City and in the latter, it was as if the players had no confidence in themselves.

Except for Alexis Sanchez and maybe Hector Bellerin, there wasn't the zeal that would have earned them at least a point from that game.

In a recent chat with the press, Ray Parlour made it clear that they would have to switch their mentality from a negative/weak to a positive/strong one in order to compete toughly with their counterparts.

They need to believe you can win the league,” he said.

“Believe and be confident in your own ability. Have a winning mentality and never give up. My team believed in ourselves a lot more and we were ruthless.

“You have to have that winning mentality. Arsenal have got better at it. But you have to go out there believing every single game that you are better than the other team – even if sometimes you are not.

“We played the likes of Barcelona and Real Madrid and they were probably better sides but we always believed we could get a result.

“If they did beat us and you walked off that pitch and they were better then you hold your hands up sometimes.

“But never walk off the pitch saying I could have done that better or I could have done my team justice.

“Sometimes players these days walk off and say maybe I should have done better. That’s the difference between winning, drawing and losing games.”

Parlour is on point. Like I have always said, it's not just about the manager all the time. There are times when the players act as though they have nothing to lose and at the end, all the blame goes to the manager.

In the Manchester city game for instance, it was a disastrous display from the boys. I was highly disappointed and felt like giving them punches through my screen.

I just hope they bounce back from the setback by the time we host WBA at the Emirates Stadium on Boxing Day.

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