After a brief FA Cup interlude regular football returns with Swansea City v Arsenal. For the Gunners we have to
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Let’s just be frank shall we – today is a must win day. After the last few months of absolutely
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As a blogger sometimes it’s hard to separate just being a fan from just trying to impart some impartial perspectives on the goings on around the club. In the whole blogosphere there is bit of everything for everyone. If you are a negative kind of persons or a positive kind of person there is an Arsenal blog just for you.
Arsenal look to continue their historic away run when they visit the Liberty Stadium to take on Swansea City. Sounds kind of epic doesn’t it? It is and it isn’t. It’s historic in that should Arsenal rise to the challenge and do the deed, they will cap off their 12th straight win. It isn’t, because there is still a long road to travel in this marathon of a season.
You have to wonder where we are going to go with this match. The hope is that based on Wednesday nights performance there was foundation that can be built upon. There is hope that lessons were learned and the Arsenal can move forward in the league and regain a modicum of dignity. Or they could fall flat on their faces. Either way, the Gunner faithful will be watching the trip to the Liberty Stadium hoping for the former.
We find ourselves just before another game and as usual for the majority of bloggers I know you want to approach the preview with the sense of optimism and hope that each fresh match offers up. We’ve discussed it before, no matter how bad things get, you always support the team and only at the end of the match do you either rejoice or despair.