Is that doable? Given that we play five of the current bottom six before the end of the campaign, as well as Crystal Palace, who currently sit in the bottom half, it is absolutely possible.
I think we could all compartmentalise the odd controversy here or there, we are all human after all, but to have to go into every game wondering if the referee will even do his job correctly is an appalling state of affairs.
While the teams around us stumble, can Arsenal be the one to take advantage for once?
Defeat to Manchester City isn't the end of the world but the Gunners are walking a fine line right now
I have to confess to a tinge of regret amid the overwhelming sense of satisfaction at the win over Leeds on Sunday. Not regret at the goals we conceded or regret that we couldn't add the fifth and perhaps sixth goals our performance warranted, it was more a sense of regret I felt when looking … Continue reading Leeds victory is a story of ‘what if’ for Arsenal fans
Arsenal stand on the edge of mid-table mediocrity, can they muster one last tilt at the top half?
How can Mikel Arteta make it back-to-back wins over Manchester United?
With a run of 'winnable' fixtures now complete, what can we expect when we face off against the sides around and above us?
At a real crossroads moment in their season, Arsenal ended up rooted to the spot as they laboured to a draw with Crystal Palace. In the build-up to the game, I wrote about the importance of Arsenal seizing the opportunity to pick up another win in order to move themselves into the mix for the … Continue reading Gunners miss opportunity to move into European mix with Palace stalemate
Two battles broke out in Brighton on Tuesday, with Arsenal forced to take on themselves as well as a game Seagulls side.