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Arsenal-fan Rosicky believes Arsenal can comeback again this season 0

Posted on December 06, 2012 by admin

The returning Arsenal midfielder Tomas Rosicky was highly instrumental last season when the Gunners clawed back a 12 point deficit on Tottenham in the closing weeks of the season to snatch third place from our bitter rivals, and although Arsenal have suddenly dropped to tenth place in the Premiership, Rosicky believes that they can turn things around again this time around despite being are currently priced at 80/1 in the betathome football betting to win the League.

Rosicky was at the Emirates to hear the fans voicing their displeasure after the game against Swansea and responded: “I can understand it, I’m an Arsenal fan as well,”

One comeback too many for Arsenal 2

Posted on March 31, 2012 by admin

Arsenal’s amazing run found it’s end today when even though they went into the game as favorites they didn’t manage to hold back their London opponents QPR.

Loftus Road proved once again to be one of the toughest stadiums to win on, and despite the fact that the Gunners were in an unforeseen form if we look at the last few seasons, they were unable to do anything to win a game which QPR played in a great manner.

Although the Gunners had amazing possession throughout the full 90 minutes of the game and they also had quite a few chances at goal through Robin, Walcott, Ramsey and Rosicky, the end result showed a 2-1 lead for QPR.

Redknapp – I wasn’t comfortable even when Arsenal were losing 2-0! 1

Posted on February 27, 2012 by admin

The Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp admitted that he believed that Arsenal could still come back into the game even when Spurs were beating them 2-0.

Despite the scoreline the Gunners were still creating many chances and threatening to bring themselves back into the game, and so it proved when Sagna began the fightback.

“I didn’t feel comfortable to be honest at 2-0 up,” Redknapp said. “They were creating chances at 2-0. ”

“To be fair, when they got back to 2-2, they had an opportunity to go 3-2 before half-time so I wasn’t exactly sitting there feeling comfortable. We were hitting them on the counter-attack, but we were camping deep in our half and they were making opportunities.

Can We Please Have An Encore This Week? 1

Posted on February 26, 2012 by admin

Arsenal’s manager Arsene Wenger finally managed to turn the tide around in Arsenal’s favor and after a horrible 4-0 loss against Milan and after being knocked out of the cup by Sunderland. Despite starting the game against Tottenham in a horrible way, the Gunners managed to pull back from a two goal disadvantage and crush the Spurs after what was perhaps the best game the Gunners played all season.

This couldn’t have come at a better time because nothing can pump you up more than coming back from such a big disadvantage and then completely destroy your biggest rivals, and the Gunners need all the motivation they can get ahead of the Champions League clash against AC Milan.



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