Tuesday, 4 September 2012

Softly Softly

It seems that the recurring theme of Sunday's victory at Anfield is that Liverpool were rubbish. That's what the media  are saying. Not a lot about how good the Arsenal were. Yes Liverpool were poor and tougher tests lie ahead; predominantely Man City away and Chelsea at home but to win at  Liverpool is no walk in the park. The ole's that rang around Anfield were not for the home team but for the men in Purple and Black (with a touch of red) and put a smile on our collective faces. The Arsenal away fans were, yet again, magnificent and it's clear that our former Captain is in for a torrid time when we play his new club.
With the dreaded interlull©arseblog ahead of us we can reflect on 3 points no losses and zero goals conceded, which is not bad from the squad we are stuck with until at least January.
It's pretty much the softly softly apptroach as far as I'm concerned; let's see how we go, one game at a time and all that. Despite my issues (regular readers will know what they are) I'm feeling that we can make some kind of progress but we need to set our sights realistically. What those sights are is too early to tell but victory at Anfield is nice; very nice.

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