Today's match is a chance for Arsenal to show whether or not they are truly title contenders as they visit Stamford Bridge for Arsene Wenger's 1000th match as Arsenal manager. Three points would put Arsenal 1 point behind Chelsea with a game in hand. A solid performance would shut up a lot of the naysayers.
If all clubs resources were at parity, Wenger would probably be the best manager of all time.
— The Ice Man (@BrutalArsenal) March 22, 2014
Just over an hour until kick off! #ComeOnArsenal
— Tad Swar (@tadswar) March 22, 2014
After Maurinho called Wenger a loser am sure the team will be fired up for this one. A win a must #arsenal you can do it guys
— Pure-Gunner (@IN4ORM) March 22, 2014
Mourinho is basically not fit to lace Wenger's boots. Different level, different ball park, different men #afc #cfc
— Julian Betts (@BettsJulian) March 21, 2014
Since Arsene Wenger's appointment in 1996, 153 managers, caretakers or management teams have taken charge of EPL clubs. #Wenger #cOYG
— Jocelyn Taub (@JT4Mets4Arsenal) March 22, 2014
Congratulations to Arsene on his 1000th game. What he has done for me, for Arsenal, for football, is inspirational. A great man and mentor.
— Patrick Vieira (@OfficialVieira) March 21, 2014
ARSENAL DAY! ARSENE WENGER 1000TH WITH ARSENAL. WHAT A DAY! COME ON YOU GUNNERS, MUST WIN!
— Arsenal (@Goonerz1886) March 22, 2014
17 years. One club. One ARSENAL. #OneArseneWenger #Wenger1000 pic.twitter.com/it0V8PbNgc
— Goonerman AFC (@davidhickman14) March 22, 2014
Statistics say that Wenger edges Ferguson's record after 999 games. Wenger has 57% win rate while Fergie had 56%. #Wenger1000 #afc
— Prayash Majumdar (@PrayashMajumdar) March 22, 2014
“@_denilson15: Congratulations Wenger For the 1000 Game at Arsenal! pic.twitter.com/2Pn7Kak2FN”
— IDRIS (@ekoub) March 22, 2014
Liking the line up, COME ON ARSENAL!!!! #Wenger1000
— G (@DeathbatAFC) March 22, 2014
Two #Arsenal legends pitchside at Stamford Bridge - @RealRomfordPele and @IanWright0 #CFCvAFC #Wenger1000 pic.twitter.com/qeB5mkQXd1
— Arsenal FC (@Arsenal) March 22, 2014
Wonderful landmark for Arsene Wenger to reach 1,000 games as Arsenal manager. He has given the game in this country grace, dignity and joy!
— Gary Lineker (@GaryLineker) March 21, 2014
Only one Arsene Wenger. Thank you. The best ever #legend #CFCvAFC @Arsenal #COYG Do it for him. Come on!
— Kedar Gadgil (@KdGooner4life) March 22, 2014
Wenger's 1000th match happens to be against the most classless manager in the league.
— NW3Gooner (@NW3Gooner) March 22, 2014
Zero mention of AW's 1,000 games in today's CFC programme notes by the Odious One. Classless as ever.
— ArsenalAndrew (@ArsenalAndrew) March 22, 2014
On a side note, referee Andre Mariner added to Arsenal's woes by awarding a penalty to Chelsea after Oxlade-Chamberlalin handled a ball that was flying wide of the net. As the hand ball had no bearing on whether the ball went in or not, it was obviously not a clear goal scoring opportunity and therefore should not have been a penalty. But wait, there's more...he then produced a red card for the handball that was not a goal scoring opportunity and then SENT OFF THE WRONG PLAYER. It looked as if Oxlade-Chamberlain was clearly telling Mariner that it was he who handled the ball, but Mariner didn't listen and sent off Kieran Gibbs instead. Arsenal were already getting their butts kicked so it really didn't matter, but it was completely ridiculous.
11 men or 10 men.... They still would have battered us today.... It looks like we have no tactics
— Jason (@JasonJhuti) March 22, 2014
4th and FA cup it is
— Dan Ruch (@djruch10) March 22, 2014
— Chris Tatum (@christatum49) March 22, 2014
— Arsenal.DE (@dennis_zmeu) March 22, 2014
#wenger transformed #arsenal and English football. He's a bit of a genius. But WHY when it goes wrong does it go so disastrously wrong?#AFC
— Glen Oglaza (@glenoglaza1) March 22, 2014
After the embarrassment over the weekend at Chelsea, it will be interesting to see how Arsenal respond to this match versus Swansea. Hopefully the humiliation will inspire these players to put in a complete performance...the fact that a humiliation would be necessary to motivate the club is a problem, but for today it is imperative that every player gives their all throughout the entire match.
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The Manchester derby is also taking place today and I was so looking forward to taking the piss out of ManU on Twitter, but after Arsenal's display over the weekend, I don't dare open my mouth. While it would be best for Arsenal if United won, there's a part of me that would lover to see United thrashed and humiliated worse than we were. That's for 2 reasons; first it takes the spotlight off of Arsenal's debacle and second, after so many years of cocky ManU fans and players, it's so enjoyable to watch them wallow in mediocrity.
Evening Standard suggests that an early goal will settle the nerves tonight. Nope, these days it needs 3 at least!
— Gööner Phil (@Gooner_Phil) March 25, 2014
Lets bounce back! COME ON #AFC
— Bergkamp is God (@NorthBankAFC10) March 25, 2014
PLAY.FOR.YOUR.MANAGER. AND MAKE US PROUD. COME ON ARSENAL! #HalaWenger #COYG #AFC
— RRICO (@RRICO93) March 25, 2014
The players owe the fans & the club a huge statement tonight & the desire needs to be there from the off! #COYG
— Steve Chappell (@AFChappell) March 25, 2014
Okay, Saturday's match was pain, humiliation and embarrassment at its ultimate finest. Please Arsenal lets deliver a convincing win tonight
— Jess (@JessLouiseF) March 25, 2014
#moyes is fucking clueless
— Matt Rogers (@mattyrmutd) March 25, 2014
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Oh...and Man City did embarrass United at home 0-3...hard to gloat though when Arsenal are blowing everything they worked so hard for.
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Today's AFC performance wouldn't be all that bad without the context of the thrashing on Saturday.
— Dan a Soccer Yank (@SoccerYankDan) March 26, 2014
Anything other than a humiliation is a bonus for arsenal against mancity. #WengerOut
— Abyss Inferno (@AbyssInferno) March 26, 2014
Seriously everyone leave me alone tonight. @Arsenal get your shit together. #WengerOut
— joe mcevoy (@jrmcevoy) March 26, 2014
Wenger's no longer able to motivate his players, has made terrible transfer decisions for the past 5 seasons. #WengerOut
— E. (@KingOhonsi) March 25, 2014
Doesn't spend, no tactics, no trophies for nearly a decade and sells our best players to rivals. #WengerOut
— Samin Miah (@SaminMiah) March 25, 2014
Dear wenger, Thanks for the memories but u can leave now old man #wengerout
— That small BOY (@Sarkin_Basu) March 25, 2014
You know things are bad when Wenger's post-match interviews are more depressing than the result. Same old shit, different season. #WengerOut
— Adam Vjestica (@AdamVj23) March 25, 2014
Because we lost the last two games the #WengerOut starts. So plastic. UCL place & FA Cup will be great!
— Adam Mike_Ross (@Adam__Ibrahim) March 25, 2014
Saturday, March 29, 2014 1:30PM EST Arsenal vs Manchester City
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Not sure if there has been a match I looked forward to less than today's. We've sunk to a point where I just hope to avoid embarrassment
— TejasGooner (@TejasGooner) March 29, 2014
Can't wait for Wenger to extend his contract and give the moaners something to moan about. #OneArseneWenger
— Brian Cahill (@briancahill3) March 28, 2014
don't care if I'm now a minority Couldn't care less if I was the only one left.I'll support Arsene & be eternally thankful #OneArseneWenger
— Steve AKB Gooner (@Merse10) March 27, 2014
"@GunnerJane: This bubble just isn't going to burst! Come on Arsenal! pic.twitter.com/7Pst5byhmX" I wish all our fans had this attitude Jane. 👌
— Peter J AFC (@8RedGunner) March 29, 2014
With all the spares I'm seeing, will anyone be in the ground today? Maybe the board will take note... #WengerOut
— Jonathan Bradley (@jtbradley88) March 29, 2014
@piresrobert7 Wenger does NOT need a new contract, he needs to walk away and leave. #WengerOUT
— Football Expert (@CrazyGooner007) March 29, 2014
I watched this match at The Blind Pig with other Gooners and overall it was not a bad match. Arsenal seemed timid in the first half and found themselves trailing by 1 after a David Silva goal in the 18th minute. The second half was a different story as Arsenal more than held their own, and in fact seemed the side more likely to score. That they did in the 53rd minute when Mathieu Flamini equalized and confidently encouraged his side to stay focused. In the end a 1-1 draw was a good result and hopefully gave the team a needed confidence boost.
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Cazorla in the 2nd half is was incredible, big part of why we played so well
— Evan O'Neill (@E26football) March 29, 2014
NOT OUT OF THE TITLE RACE! Until it is mathematically impossible, WE ARE NOT OUT OF THE TITLE RACE! Anything & everything can still happen
— awöniran taiwö ♥ (@tee_theguy) March 29, 2014
Many #Arsenal fans talking 4th spot.. Sorry, I still aim higher. We can still get higher up than this if we keep this spirit. #AFC
— Francis (@Flanchich) March 29, 2014
Well, back from the game. Solid performance. Happy with the result. Come on you gunners.
— Föötball Fan (@BjarturN) March 29, 2014
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Arsenal have been wobbling recently and this trip to Everton is extremely important in guaranteeing that Arsenal actually finish within the top 4. A win is a must and the players better be up for the fight. When the club's met last month in the FA Cup Arsenal walked away 4-1 winners. Let's hope for more of the same.
Up ridiculously early (been up since 4.30am) to get to South Mimms for the coach to Liverpool #EFCvAFC #COYG
— debbieb (@DebbieB48) April 6, 2014
"@sammytkamau: #epl matchday: 3:30 PM - Everton v Arsenal #COYG #Afc" A must win for us gunners
— Gunner™ (@dmwiraria) April 6, 2014
Ramsey is back #COYG"@benamovic: morning Sir "@dmwiraria: Good morning tweeps, it's a match day #COYG""
— Kevin Jnr Julian (@lukaskevoh) April 6, 2014
Total shit all around. Crap performance, lack of any creativity and another embarrassment for Arsenal. Whatever confidence this team once had is gone. For the first time in a long time I can honestly say that I am completely disgusted with the players. The only player that looked like they gave a crap was the Ox and he didn't come on until there were 20 minutes left in the game.
I usually defend the players but since I am beyond pissed off at this moment here's a list of players that are not pulling their weight and/or are just not good enough: Nacho Monreal, Yaya Sanogo, Olivier Giroud, Mikel Arteta, Thomas Vermaelen and we most definitely need a REAL goalkeeper. Szczesny has proven that he is reckless and often makes the wrong decision.
Arsenal must win their semifinal FA Cup match versus Wigan next weekend and must win their remaining five league matches to have any chance of saving face. Absolutely pathetic.
I'm not disappointed, I'm appalled! #WengerOut!
— Wenger's Gotta Go! (@managerboardout) April 6, 2014
Worst away day yet! Out of the 4 ive been to we've lost 3.. fukin atrocious.. #WengerOut
— Aamir B (@aamirb78624) April 6, 2014
#WengerOut #WengerOut #WengerOut #WengerOut #WengerOut #WengerOut #WengerOut #WengerOut #WengerOut #WengerOut #WengerOut #WengerOut
— Marvolo (@NuclearNadal) April 6, 2014
Performances like that make it increasingly harder to defend Arsène. Must win FA Cup to continue as boss, or it's over. Fanbase too split.
— FK (@fkhanage) April 6, 2014
@darrenmichael My opinion is our squad is average at best and we(fans) need to realise this instead of expecting far too much.
— Des Powell (@dpowell248) April 6, 2014
No excuses, but any team missing players of the calibre of Özil, Ramsey, Walcott, Wilshere & Koscielny would struggle, Wenger in or out!
— Sam Marchiöne (@sammarchione) April 6, 2014
Saturday, April 12, 12:07PM EST Arsenal vs Wigan at Wembley FA Cup Semi-Final
After all the negativity surrounding Arsenal, today is an opportunity for the club to do something positive. Arsenal head to Wembley Stadium to meet 5th place Championship side Wigan for a place in the FA Cup Final. With Hull and Sheffield United contesting for the other final spot, Arsenal are in pole position to win the FA Cup and end the "9 years without a trophy" mantra that has been hanging around the club and its fans. We've been here before, however, and we all know that nothing is guaranteed. No club should be taken lightly and each opponent needs to be respected. Wigan in particular deserve respect. They are the defending FA Cup holders, having beaten Manchester City in last year's final. To prove their worth, Wigan defeated City again in the quarter finals to get to this point. Arsenal are easily the better side on paper, but it's on the pitch that matters.
The Arsenal dressing room at Wembley... Ready? #COYG pic.twitter.com/6CvexhywCv
— Wenger's Wingman (@mikesanz19) April 12, 2014
— Dave Morris (@DavidMoggy) April 12, 2014
Wenger playing with 2 wide players. A proper formation today with balance. Cazorla in the hole. Feeling positive about Yaya
— Sam Gooner (@SamuelEchelon) April 12, 2014
Afternoon Gooner family, let's hope today is our day and all the bad results are behind us. COYG make us proud 2day
— Mini (@Arsenallady) April 12, 2014
Due to healthy reasons, I'll tweet only when we score & after 90+ mins. I love u @Arsenal. Please don't let me down. #COYG
— Abubakar Hussein (@awesomehabibi) April 12, 2014
Come on #ARSENAL #FACup pic.twitter.com/GVl6ss0sVp
— Goonerman AFC (@davidhickman14) April 12, 2014
Well, they did it. Arsenal are through to the final. BUT, and that's a big BUT, they made their entire fan base nervous wrecks and were given a run for their money by Championship side Wigan. The free flowing Arsenal that was on display earlier this season seems to have left the room. The team's inability to score, or even cause the other team's goalie to have to work has become a major worry. When Mertesacker gave away that penalty and it looked like we would go out, I knew that I could never look at Twitter again. I couldn't take reading all the negativity and all the "piss taking" of fans of other clubs.
Luckily Mertesacker got one back and it then went on to extra time. I was dreading penalties as it's always a crap shoot, but of course that's what it came down to. It turns out we did have a hero in the squad on this day...the once maligned Lukas Fabianski saved Wigan's first two penalties, allowing Arsenal's players to step to the spot with a little wiggle room. In the end, Arsenal went through on penalties 4-2. Of course negative folks want to be negative win, lose or draw and they were out in full force. Yes, Arsenal should have easily beaten Wigan, but they won and on this day, that is enough.
Wow!they do like to put us through it don't they but god I am happy
— GoonerJames (@AFC_JamesB) April 12, 2014
This will be Arsenal's 7th FA Cup Final since 1991. Tottenham since then? Reached exactly none. Big club, my ass.
— Garden State Gooners (@GardenStGooners) April 12, 2014
@Arsenal Still celebrating like a mad man 😄 ! #FaCup
— Ali Gooner (@Ali_Gooner08) April 12, 2014
To all the Wigan fans, you done your team proud today..hope you get back up to top tier in football:-)
— Helena Jane (@N1_Angel) April 12, 2014
Tuesday, April 15, 2014 2:45PM EST Arsenal vs West Ham
Having secured their spot in the FA Cup Final, Arsenal need to get back to ensuring their rightful place in the Champions League spots in the EPL. Having seen Everton jump in front of them by one point, Arsenal were looking to win their remaining five league matches to regain their position in the top four. Despite all the jokes about 4th place being a trophy for Arsene Wenger, the fact is, anything less than that would be a major setback.
A few hours before the next derby. We're focussed on the PL now and want to get the 4th place back. Coyg, let's do this together! #poldi
— Lukas-Podolski.com (@Podolski10) April 15, 2014
#AFCvWHU as long as Fabianski is on the pitch I don't care what position he plays!! #COYG
— Keith Adams (@sommelierkeith) April 15, 2014
off to the emirates in a bit, it's a must win tonight. 🙌 #COYG #AFC #Arsenal #AFCvWHU
— ΔLEX CUNNINGHΔM (@AlyyxC) April 15, 2014
Settling down before the Football tonight, COME ON YOU ARSENAL BOYS, 3 POINTS PLEASE....
— Dave Morris (@DavidMoggy) April 15, 2014
There were plenty of nerves among fans as the game remained goalless through the first 40 minutes. Unfortunately the first goal didn't help matters as it was West Ham that made the breakthrough first. However, West Ham were unable to retain the lead heading in to the half as Lukas Podolski evened the match in the 44th minute.
The second half was all Arsenal and Olivier Giroud scored in the 55th minute with Podolski sealing the victory with his second goal of the match in the 78th.
You're welcome. You ungrateful cunts. pic.twitter.com/PTgwPUN1Dy
— Angry Arsene Wenger (@Angry_Arsene_) April 15, 2014
Big 3points tonight. 1 game\win down, 4 more left. Need 12 points & an Everton slip up to ensure 4th. Can we do it? I fucking hope so #AFC
— Phil Culverhouse™ (@PhilCulverhouse) April 15, 2014
1 down, 4 to go. Got the win but we need pace back in the team if we're going to pull this off. Next stop Hull. #COYG pic.twitter.com/0uaaM4dWto
— Edwin Jabbari (@DrEdwinJabbari) April 15, 2014
Great feeling to win again! Big 3 points for us, well done boys @Arsenal onto Hull at the weekend! #COYG
— Jen (@JenTheGooner) April 15, 2014
@mertesacker @Podolski10 @Arsenal heros!! #afc amazing as always!
— Jet marchiöne ❤️ (@Jet_AFC) April 15, 2014
Sunday, April 20, 2014 9:05AM EST Arsenal at Hull
This one is a preview of next month's FA Cup Final. While Arsenal had to beat Tottenham, Liverpool and Everton to reach the Final, Hull had an easier road with matches against Brighton, Middlesbrough, Sunderland and Sheffield United. Arsenal are a superior team and this should prove no trouble for the Gunners.
Kos, Ramsey n Özilllllll are backkk ..
— iBAD (@Q8_BADer79) April 20, 2014
Özil & Ramsey, enough said.
— JW10 (@Wilshinho) April 20, 2014
COME ON ARSENAL COME ON ARSENAL COME ON ARSENAL COME ON ARSENAL.... NOW IS THE TIME TO SHOW HULL WHAT THEY ARE GONNA FACE NEXT MONTH.
— Liz (@nikeeweston) April 20, 2014
And so it was no trouble for Arsenal. The Gunners controlled the match from start to finish and an Aaron Ramsey goal in the 31st minute was followed by yet another Lukas Podolski brace. Based on this performance, Arsenal's meeting with Hull in the FA Cup Final will see Arsenal as a heavy favorite to lift the cup and end their nine year trophy drought.
Wembley rehearsal so far so good#Arsenal
— Kenny G (@KennyGitz1) April 20, 2014
Well played Arsenal. Solid. Ramsey adds 25 %. Ox frightening.
— Tim Hardwicke (@Arselona) April 20, 2014
We're now one game away from yet another #StTotteringham Day #NorthLondonisRed #Arsenal #Spurs #boring #predictable #yawn
— Wayne Phillips (@whayles) April 20, 2014
Great overall performance, solid all over the pitch. Hope for a repeat in the FA Cup final next month #COYG
— Tyrone (@TyStewart93) April 20, 2014
Podolski celebrating with Giroud and Ramsey #Arsenal pic.twitter.com/TEBz9Ba6sP
— Goonerman AFC (@davidhickman14) April 20, 2014
Monday, April 28, 2014 3PM EST Arsenal vs Newcastle
With Everton's loss to Southampton over the weekend, an Arsenal victory over Newcastle would give the club a 4 point lead in their quest for Champions League football next season. After a run of bad form many pundits (and some fans) were predicting that Arsenal would fall out of the Champions League spots and be overtaken by Everton. What these folks forgot is that form is temporary, but class is permanent. Arsenal have gotten back on track while Everton could be accused of "bottling it" under pressure. Confidence was high going in to this match.
Matchday! #COYG #afc #Emirates see you lads/ladies there in 11 hours
— Arsenal news (@Arsenal0819) April 28, 2014
Three points and a clean sheet tonight boys. With the tube strike on, I hope everyone going to the match manages to get home safely. #COYG
— Arsenal Watch (@Arsenal_Watch1) April 28, 2014
Massive game tonight for arsenal, get the 3 points and 4th should be ours
— Jack (@AlwaysAGooner1) April 28, 2014
Arsenal controlled this match from start to finish and the outcome was really never in doubt. The only question was how many goals Arsenal would score.
Ozil and Ramsey were back in the mix together and Ozil had an excellent performance that should shut up some of the critics.
Koscielny gave Arsenal the lead in the 26th minute when he got on the end of a Santi Cazorla free kick. Ozil scored the second just before the break. He then set up Giroud who headed home for a sensational goal.
The 3-0 victory gave Arsenal plenty of breathing room over Everton and also secured the yearly celebration of St. Totteringham's Day. After all the negativity, it's good to see the club getting back to winning ways and good health as the FA Cup Final is now just several weeks away.
Ozil was superb tonight, effortless class! #DifferentGravy
— Kris AFC (@Kripsy_AFC) April 28, 2014
Arsenal fans chanting: "Tottenham Hotspur - it's happened again." How Spurs must wish for this level of failure.
— John Cross (@johncrossmirror) April 28, 2014
Happy St Totteringham's Day!! #afc #victory #COYG #poldi #aha #RedArmy pic.twitter.com/idxCXglxYspic.twitter.com/ic5q2HUW8v— Vince_Brighton (@ShuhratDjurayev) April 28, 2014
— Lukas-Podolski.com (@Podolski10) April 28, 2014
Wishing all the wonderful unbiased British media who lauded the 100 m spend at the Lane a Happy St Totteringham’s Day… AGAIN! Mugs
— Den is a Gooner (@DenizaGooner) April 28, 2014
Happy St Totteringham's Day my fellow gooners! pic.twitter.com/0jSdgf0wag
— Michael Jermyn (@michaeljermyn7) April 28, 2014
Happy St Totteringhams day#FOYS pic.twitter.com/ypYtTwHLVK
— SonOfGunnersaurus (@JA606Gooner) April 28, 2014
Sunday, May 4, 2014 8:30AM EST Arsenal vs West Brom
Everton's one week lead over Arsenal for the final Champions League spot is looking like a fluke as Everton have faded since their victory over Arsenal just a few weeks ago. Meanwhile, Arsenal have won three straight EPL matches since and secured their spot in the FA Cup Final. West Brom are holding on for their EPL survival so this should be a win for Arsenal.
Five minutes to kick off: Arsenal v West Brom. Our final home match of the season.
— Camden New Journal (@CNJArsenalFC) May 4, 2014
Come on Arsenal, a big win today, #arsenal #coyg
— Arsenal Fan (@tabgooner) May 4, 2014
I want to see kallstrom & Diaby today! Its gonna be a good day last home game of a rollacoster season #COYG
— 17th may #FaCupFinal (@Miqdad_th12) May 4, 2014
Really delighted to see Diaby on the bench. Hope to see a late cameo.
— Arsene's Army (@ArsenesArmy) May 4, 2014
Podolski is such a beast!!! https://t.co/8FnwmyJwxY
— Ryan Fatone (@rfatone1) May 4, 2014
Sagna to score today his last home Game for Arsenal
— darren dkev rogers (@kevsat1) May 4, 2014
An Olivier Giroud header in the 14th minute was enough to see Arsenal win their fourth straight league match since their defeat at Everton. Despite the close 1-0 scoreline, the game was never really in any doubt as West Brom hardly threatened. With fourth place secure and just one league match remaining, Arsenal fans are now turning their thoughts to the all important FA Cup Final on May 17th.
Well. Exactly what I expected from a game in which we knew top 4 was secure. Nonetheless, did well to get all 3 points. Good game #Arsenal.
— Taaza M Banda (@Eon_93) May 4, 2014
Champions league football yet again... pic.twitter.com/Chb5adtH4K
— Angry Arsene Wenger (@Angry_Arsene_) May 4, 2014
Van Persie, Have fun in the Europa league next year, prick.
— Ërick AFC (@ErickRamsey16) May 4, 2014
Awww too cute ❤️ pic.twitter.com/d6QoacxkrU
— Candice (@HuckleCandice) May 4, 2014
After losing their first home EPL game of the season, Arsenal have now gone on an 18-match unbeaten run (W13 & D5). pic.twitter.com/a5QD5fwUAc
— Squawka Football (@Squawka) May 4, 2014
Great picture from @Stuart_PhotoAFC - Last home game of the season. Love this team. #uta #afc pic.twitter.com/2pnnB3vUZP
— OG (@afcantonito) May 4, 2014
Time to wrap up this season with a win at Norwich and hopefully an FA Cup trophy!! #COYG #Arsenal
— 1L_1A (@1Love_1Arsenal) May 4, 2014
Your absolute class @MesutOzil1088 https://t.co/4uTXv3iJ6O"
— Jack Tilley (@Jack_Gooner49er) May 4, 2014
“@Arsenal_Supremo: Cazorla! #AFC pic.twitter.com/9klvLPDIjq” Ahhh she's so cute
— Halo VCC (@db10Halo) May 4, 2014
@ATLGooners as an Arsenal fan I find your lack of humor a bit dumb. Are you actually happy this team finished 4th? Because I'm not.
— Adam (@illex) May 4, 2014
Sunday, May 11, 2014 10AM EST Arsenal at Norwich
Today's last match of the EPL season has little riding it as Arsenal have sealed fourth place and Norwich are all but relegated. The most important thing on every Arsenal fans' mind is next week's match....the FA Cup final at Wembley where Arsenal can finally end that "it's been 9 years without a trophy" mantra and show idiots like Jose Mourinho who the real "specialist in failure" really is. Of course we want Arsenal to finish the season with as many points as possible so a solid victory over Norwich is expected today.
Last time we played Norwich, 4-1. Ramsey and an Özil brace. And this from Wilshere: https://t.co/EEVnhBt9cH
— Common Arsenal (@CommonArsenal_) May 11, 2014
Hmmm... Fabianski starts today. To get match-fit for next week or to give Szczesny a rest before next week? Impossible to say.
— The Gooner (@GoonerFanzine) May 11, 2014
Keep the winning momentum going for the cup final I say #RedArmy @gingergoon
— *Rosalind * (@HappyGoonerDays) May 11, 2014
Love and hate Championship Sunday. Love all the drama, hate the fact it's the final matchday of the season.
— £ast CÖast Gunner (@RealRickyH) May 11, 2014
Come on now lads, finish season off nice & strong, full togethernes, playing for nextweek, still a Gooner today, tomorrow & always #Arsenal
— Cary The Gooner (@cary1961) May 11, 2014
COME ON ARSENAL!!!!! #COYG
— Nathaniel (@NathanielC_97) May 11, 2014
#AFC good singing already Away fans! #COYG
— GoonerWizard (@ArsenalWise) May 11, 2014
LOL Spuds getting happy they're live on Sky 100 million spent usual manager merry go round &u finish 6th Yeah successful season indeed #FOYSThis was a pretty easy Arsenal win and saw Aaron Ramsey and Carl Jenkinson score. The Jenkinson goal in particular was special as most fans know that Jenkinson is a boyhood Arsenal fan and scoring his first goal for the team he's always supported must have been a special moment.
— Shaheen Ashraf (@topgooner100) May 11, 2014
Next up, the FA Cup on May 17th at Wembley.
Ah Aaron .. :) ♥ pic.twitter.com/S2haJBqCOc
— ♥ Number One ♥ (@Angela_1886) May 11, 2014
@andybyrski @JawzE5 Yeah hopefully, can't wait to see Wenger lift a trophy, he's as eager as players
— zac morgans (@zacmorgans) May 11, 2014
EVERY team at the top had the chance to win the title this season, some more than others, but it was wide open.
— Football Expert (@CrazyGooner007) May 11, 2014
I want a pitch invasion a Wembley please
— Goondoğan (@irishgooner_) May 11, 2014
Martinez : 'arsenal won't win all their 5 games' 15 points later...
— DWD (@WengerIsFrench) May 11, 2014
'The Specialist In Failure' only finished 3 points behind 'The Special One' and is going to win more than him this season.
— Arsenal (@ffarsenalfc) May 11, 2014
Carl Jenkinson celebrates his goal, how much did he enjoy that. #Jenko #afc https://t.co/2VJvqW6UEz
— Stuart MacFarlane (@Stuart_PhotoAFC) May 11, 2014
I bet he is! pic.twitter.com/Xcm91QMgI7"
— Märc Curänt (@Twicks1960) May 11, 2014
— ¡Pablö! (@Parmpal_) May 11, 2014
Manuel Pellegrini is classy & a true gentleman. He makes it all about the players. Huge credit to him.
— Michael ⚽ Gooner (@MickTheGooner) May 11, 2014
A question for all Man Utd fans. How does it feel to finish below Tottenham? Since we can never experience it, please enlighten us.
— Mugais (@mugaisj) May 11, 2014
Congratulations Manchester City spending millions and millions & being fined £50million by financial fair play. How did they do it ??
— ️John Cole (@Saint_Spitfire) May 11, 2014
Arsenal 2013-2014: The Lows, the Highs and the Trophy - Part 5 - The Trophy - May 2014