The last time the North London club won the Premier League was the 2004/05 season when they went unbeatable under their former legendary manager Arsenal Wenger. The Invincibles achieved something that will probably never be done again in the Premier League, but, just like a pro in a Vegas casino, they proved it could be done. For more information on getting your start in casinos the best thing to do is visit websites that can provide you with the best guides.
This young Gooners side keeps passing every test thrown at them, they lost to Manchester City last week, but bounced back at the weekend with a very impressive four, two win against Aston Villa, coached by the Gunners former manager Unai Emery.
Former Newcastle United and Blackburn Rovers striker and now Match of the Day pundit Alan Shearer believes Arsenal will do it as long as their central midfielder and Ghana International Thomas Partey stays fit.
Asked for his prediction on the Premier League title race, Shearer said on BBC’s Match of the Day: “I know Thomas Partey is out injured at the moment, but if Arsenal can get him back and then have a little bit of luck between now and the end of the season with keeping their key players fit, I think they will do it, I really do.
“Based on the second-half, Arsenal deserved the three points today. But they didn’t just get the win, they sent a message out to Manchester City too.
“Sometimes you just need to find a way to win and they did that in the second-half. When you look back at the game against Man City [Arsenal lost 3-1], they made two huge errors and got punished for them. They missed some big chances as well and that was the difference between the teams.”
There’s no doubt that there’s a long way to go, but the results at the weekend were huge. With Arsenal getting the job done at Villa Park and then Manchester City slipping up against Nottingham Forest. There’s going to be very little in and there’s going to be more twists and turns along the way..
But this Arsenal side are going in the right direction and they have a good young manager in Mikel Arteta, who has good experience behind him for such a young manger. Can they bring the Premier League trophy to North London for the first time since 2005? It’s going to be very tight and a great watch for all the neturals out there.
I wouldn’t like to call that’s for sure, but hopefully Arsenal can get the job done, it would be great for the league and the game.