For some people it’s getting harder and harder every day to support Arsenal. The ‘Gunners’ have achieved only two victories at the Emirates Stadium and none away during this season in Barclays Premier League. Last Sunday, Arsenal fell against archenemies ‘Spurs’ at White Hart Lane in the North London Derby, making fans around the world worried and nervous about what it is ahead.
I totally believe in this club!
Pole goalkeeper Wojciech Szczęsny broke the silence and reminded all of us the league is still in its early stages and there is a lot to be done.
Spurs are a great club, they showed that they can play really good football, but are they really better than Arsenal? I don’t think so.
I am an Arsenal fan and I totally believe in this Club. I think we should just focus on winning every single game now. We have to take it game by game, make sure we stick together and improve our performances. Then we just want to give ourselves the best chance of finishing high in the table in the top four and possibly compete for the Championship: Wojciech Szczęsny.
Szczęsny, who took over the job after Fabiański got injured, has been one of most important pieces on Arsène Wenger’s squad.
However, according to Ian Wright (The Sun) it is not likely Arsenal will finish the league among the top six spots, booking a ticket to the Europa League. “I’d take sixth or seventh place in the Premier League (…) anything more than that would be unrealistic” the former Arsenal striker wrote for the British tabloid.
The ‘Gunners’ will receive Sunderland in the next fixture of Barclays Premier League.
October 3rd, 2011.