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A New Dance For The Gunners

A New Dance For The Gunners

The dark waters are becoming crystal clear for the North London side, Arsenal FC, after a frustrating early start to the 2020/2021 premier league season.

Although the Gunners produced an excellent display in the UEFA Europa League group stages, securing a maximum 18 points plus a total of twenty goals scored and five goals conceded. They failed to replicate that fine form in the early season of the premier league.

Coach Mikel Arteta took over from Freddie Ljungberg who was made interim head coach immediately Unai Emery was sacked after leading the gunners to 7 games winless run in all competitions.

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The former Spanish international finished 8th place last season, their lowest finish since 1994/1995 season but won the heart of most Arsenal’s fans by defeating Chelsea in the FA cup final to earn the club a record 14th FA cup title.

After a fine effortless win over Chelsea on 26th December 2020, without some of the club’s big names, The gunners have gone on to prove that they are no push overs with a wonderful eccentric dance to a different tune.

They have won five of their last six games and drawn levelled once with only one goal conceded, bringing their 2020/2021 statistics so far to 18 wins, 3 draws, 9 losses [An average of 60%,10%,30%] respectively in all competitions.

Therefore, a club with a great record of 13 league titles, 2 league cups, 14 FA cup titles, 16 FA Community Shield and the only club in Premier League history to have won the league without losing a game. This dance may not end soon and a new shoe would not be a bad idea.

By Daniel Obasi

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