Naij NG

True Football News that can be Trusted 100%

Arsenal Failed! Gunners Legend Ray Parlour Said

Arsenal Failed! Gunners Legend Ray Parlour Said

Arsenal is now  15th in the football table in the Premier League at current, having won just two games in the Premier League since the start of October which was so so sad and frustrating this present season,these was never recorded in the history of Arsenal since the club was found. They seem completely incapable of halting their slide down the table, which is resulting in several questions being asked.

Main while speaking in an interview with YouTube channel Off The Ball, Gunners legend Ray Parlour gave his take. He appeared to acknowledge the danger of Arsenal being relegated this campaign:

SEE MORE 👉   Scores From A Rocket Tap-In To Give Manchester United The lead

“ Gunners fans asked me the question few days back, can they get relegated?”

“my response to that, ‘well, main looking at it no,’ but then you look at Leicester winning the league at 5,000-1 and they won it – so they can get relegated.”

“If peradventure they don’t start picking up points and making a U-turn  around then there’s a real problem there. Arteta needs to figure out  and find solutions to these problem ,what’s going wrong within the Arsenal dressing room and correct it in due course. A change of management would likely not help at this point,  Ray Parlour Said getting rid of the management , Mikel arteta won’t help out .as the issues seem to be deep-rooted. I still have faith and believe things will fall back to it rightful place all we needed was time and good corporation among ourselves. A solution needs to be found – and fast. Speaking to Off The Ball, Arsenal legend Ray Parlour refused to rule out the possibility of the Gunners getting relegated this campaign.

SEE MORE 👉   Arsenal ready to consider serious transfer offers for midfielder this January

That’s an incredible sentence to be writing, and one that I never thought I would, but Arsenal have been so dire under Mikel Arteta this term that relegation into the Championship is not beyond the realms of possibility.

SEE MORE 👉   No future for William Saliba whilst Arteta remains in charge at Arsenal

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *