It's Been A While Since We Have Seen This

With 4 losses on the trot, it has been a while since we have seen joy on the faces of our players as in the picture above. Smiles have not only left the faces of the fans, but the players as well, an issue that can only be turned with a run of positive performances and more importantly positive results.

We host a high flying West Brom at the Emirates on Saturday. Now normally I would think that it is a simply matter of show up and we get the 3 points, this time around we are going to have to be at our best. As I said West Brom are high flying, while the Gunners are hanging their heads and dragging their feet. I have been looking at several sports betting sites and Arsenals odds have been getting worse and worse with the run of bad results. We also have a few top Guns who will be missing in action, the boss had this to say:

“Lukas Podolski and Theo Walcott (calf) are out. Bacary Sagna (foot) and Laurent Koscielny (thigh) are not back.

So what I hope this means is that Rosicky starts. I have somewhat of a #mancrush on him and I would love to see the little Mozart doing his thing in the midfield again. On Tuesday he was  our stand out player and of course he scored the goal. I presume that Wenger will play Gervinho and Ox, but I really hope Gerv finds himself on the bench. He has not been in form for a long time and I would love to see the midfield of Santi, Wilshere, Arteta, Rosicky and the Ox, but I have my doubts as to whether this would happen. 

The bottom line is that we need a positive performance and 3 points. The fans demand it and frankly so should the players. There is far to much quality in our side to be playing like a bunch of Rio Ferdinands.
I have a feeling, the season is going to turn for the good, come on you Gunners, come on you Arsenal!

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