Friday, 2 March 2012

Another week another Must win scenario

Image of Anfield '89 // Art Piece
Phew, what a week it's been. Sunday's blistering performance certainly gave us a ll the feel good factor that has lasted for days. Not just the overturning of the prophets of 'balance of power' but the manner in which each and every man in a red shirt decided to take back the game from the hands of the enemy. The atmosphere at the emirates on this fateful Sunday will resonate with all of us that were there for many a year.
Valuable, precious league points and essential goals harvested means we now sit fourth with a seven point gap betwixt us and the third placed team, but let us not forget that we are only in Fourth on Goal difference with lots of football still to be played.

Our adversaries on Saturday have had their own feel good factor following on from their marginal victory at Wembley. Regardless of how the game was won they came home with the Red & White ribboned spoils. Thus the two big winners of the week lock horns at Anfield in a game we have to win  and a game that Liverpool want to win.
Take three point s and the pressure shifts to Sp*rs who entertain a machine like Man Utd and Chelsea who go to West Brom probably confident of taking all three points.
So let's look to win first and then we can focus on Newcastle and to a lesser extent Milan

One eye on the two London clubs sure, but our main focus needs to be maintaining our league momentum that has seen us score 14 goals in our last three Premier League games. Sunday's victory had shades of Brady and the five goal rout and Anfield, of course, will always hold great memories for all Arsenal supporters and with their current wretched home form we have to grab our chance and maintain our confidence and above all we need to show what we did against sp*rs we need to show that "it's up for grabs now" mentality

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