COLUMN: Sheep To The Slaughter


After the shocking defeat on Sunday, Arsenal set to face the defending Champions League winners, Barcelona. As the Gunners are set to travel to the Camp Nou with shattered dreams and morale, Wenger may have one last desperate trick up his sleeve. But needing at least three goals with no reply from Barcelona at the Camp Nou is near to impossible. “I was in goal playing for AS Roma, but I appreciated what I saw from Barcelona. They were ridiculously good. As hard as it is to lose a game 6-1, it was beautiful to watch.” These were the words of Arsenal Goalkeeper on loan at AS Roma, Wojciech Szczesny, after last years 6-1 defeat against Barcelona. Messi, Neymar and Suarez are truly real threats that are guaranteed at least a goal each game they play. So will Arsenal really pull through and do the impossible or should they wake up and stop dreaming.


“We want to make the impossible possible and we know we play against a very strong, strong side. We will not rest players. No, no, no, no. It’s important we go there and focus and show a very good response.” Positive words from the Arsenal manager, Wenger. The impossible is possible but he surely said this to restore the faith in the fans.


The Arsenal fans expressed their anger and frustration on multiple social media sites after the Sunday loss against Watford. Multiple people, using the hashtag; #wengerout, and giving stern yet valid reasons for why they want Arsenal to let go of their most successful manager. Screen Shot 2016-03-15 at 10.38.12 AM


So will Wenger really do the impossible or is the snowball still going downhill? We just have to wait and see. Do you think Arsenal will slay the current best team in the world or will you side with Piers Morgan and want to see Wenger leave the Gunners?


Founder/Editor of SportsDictator. Premier League fan and analyst.


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