Arsenal vs Man City: 5 things learned in horror show

Arsenal fans headed into this one with a timidity of optimism. We had a full strength attack and City had a battered defense. It almost led to something serious when Gabriel Martinelli had a chance in on goal in the first minute. Who knows what might have happened if that had gone in.

Regardless, it didn’t, And even if it had, City would have thumped us, because this was a thumping from the second minute and was over before half time. It was embarrassing, shambolic, and something that fans really shouldn’t be happening. We need solution, but the problem is we won’t likely have access to one any time in the near future.

For now, all we can do is hang on and look forward, towards a time when we have a better core of players and a manager who knows how to build. Maybe that’s Freddie Ljungberg, but it will take more time to find out then we can possibly give him.

As ugly as this failure was, we can still learn from it, as one should learn from all failures. Even if these lessons are pretty much already pretty well established. (Paininthearsenal)
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