Wenger’s legacy is fundamental. Free flowing, attacking football by a club with integrity and class.

Was It A Bottle Job By Arsenal?

In our Arsenal-Brighton match review me and Blackburn George are surprised by the manner the Gunners were outplayed by Brighton. This is the culmination of a trend of declining performances ever since coughing up a 2-goal lead to Liverpool in early April, similarly away to West Ham and then having to come from behind to draw with a now-relegated Southampton. While recognizing Arteta and the team have progressed more than expected, the loss to Brighton makes us fear that the team is reverting to the dire standards of previous years.

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  1. Rosicky@ArsenalMay 21, 2023 at 9:25 am

    Good day Shotta.
    Posting after a very long time. My interest in Arsenal faded away since the great man left the club and we started to play average stuff under Emery and even Arteta.
    The idiots at AFTV Legroan etc celebrated the great man’s departure but I predicted that Arsenal will suffer.Time has proven me right and Arsene Wenger has been vindicated again after we couldn’t win the title.
    I predicted that winning the league won’t be easy for Arsenal against the riches of United, Chelsea & City.We couldn’t put a show in the cups and without Europe even fell apart in the end.
    Had these idiots of Aftv and legroan etc backed Wenger & the refreeing had been fair we would have won the league atleast twice in in 2008 & 2015.

    To sum up I will requote my favorite lines from my friend Bootome which is still relevant here.

    It’s so funny when I see the idiot lot celebrating a top 4 finish when the entitled brats mocked Wenger for making top4 for 20 years.

  2. Thanks for the post Rosicky. 1st the Brighton debacle and then yesterday losing away to Forrest after spending over £250 million on xfers does make the Wenger years look like a miracle.

  3. Rosicky@ArsenalMay 21, 2023 at 1:17 pm

    Exactly Shotta. Wenger was a genius.He build the modern Arsenal.
    It’s a shame that the idiot bloggers wanted him out since 2008.
    Personally I want him to continue to this day.
    His attacking philosophy is unparalleled & unmatched to this day.


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