Arsenal has a really tough test this Wednesday against Manchester City, but playing Pep’s powerhouse now could serve the Gunners well as project restart gets underway. Here are three reasons why.
Arsenal’s first game of the 2018-19 season was played against Manchester City, and while we lost 2-0, the game contained a number of positives. We discovered Matteo Guendouzi for the first time, we saw the best and the worst of Unai Emery, and we set a tone that led to a 22-game unbeaten run, which started a mere two matches later.
Now we’re in a very similar situation. A different manager, a different squad, but a similar situation, and one that might bode well for the Gunners as they manage their restart. We’re not starting a new season, but our pandemic-enforced break has brought us some well-needed recuperation of injured players and
Here are 3 reasons why starting the restart against City really isn’t a bad thing