Monday, October 05, 2009

this is the RESULT

though i have skipped writing about Arsenal in recent weeks, that doesn’t mean i missed watching the Gunners’ matches altogether. gratefully, Arsenal won the game with sounding score line just before the international duty resume next week. 6-2 with a goal from debutant  Theo Walcott. since his back injury, Walcott has been missing matches and possibly losing out a place in the England team as well. thankfully, he made a statement last night, therefore there’s no excuse for Capello to omit him next time around. another star player was the captain, Cesc Fabregas. scored a goal and gave 4 assists have certainly made his mark. had he been an English player, Capello would have brought him into the squad without a doubt.

Arsenal were shocked by the first goal from opponent but able to bounced back from the humiliation with stunning strike from Vermaelen. as anyone thought we would have netted another goal, Blackburn came back from the dungeon and lead once more. but Cesc made his existence counts with his superb pass to RVP who scored with direct shot to Robinson’s left side. and like they say, the rest is history. Arshavin, Cesc, Walcott and Bendtner rounded up the afternoon with pride. after unconvincing display against Fulham, Wenger proves to his rivals that Arsenal aren’t dead yet. Go Gunners!

Eduardo was the only key player who was missing after making an appearance in champs league last week. he may be declared fit after the international break and with him back in our side, we’re complete. Rosicky, Walcott have returned and possibly, Nasri and Fabiansky will join us late October. Cesc, Arshavin, RVP, Rosicky, Eduardo, Nasri will terrorize opponent’s defence. but the main thing concern to me is the fact, we still lack of muscle at the back which is due to strong absence of capable DM. next January, Song will play for the African cup and we are certainly have a huge hole to fill in at the middle of the park. hopefully, Wenger will sort it out before it’s too late besides Diaby isn’t good enough to hold off organized attacks.

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