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We Can Remain Unbeaten

Wojciech Szczesny has said that Arsenal should fear nobody and the camp believes they can beat anybody and win every game.

Speaking to arsenal.com after the draw with Marseille, the 21 year old goalkeeper said.

'The spirit within the team is very positive and we are confident going into every single game. We feel we have what it takes to win every game and I am sure we can keep it going.'

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Writer: Arsenal Site Staff Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday November 2 2011

Time: 5:44PM

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Shut up and concentrate on the next game. This is what drives me nuts about gunners. Too much talk and too little end product.
Sajit
Read what he actually said instead of just the title and the caption and you'll realise that he was just being a little bit positive, which is something that you clearly hate Sajit.
BergGunner
Good for him, showing a bit of confidence. And not in a NB 'I'm the best in the world' type way. Why shouldn't they be confident? one defeat in 9/10 games, isn't it? Beat Chelsea, Marseille (+ one draw) etc.
damiano_tommassi
We've come through a potentially sticky trilogy of games against Chelsea Sunderland and Stoke with 9 points. If that can be achieved then there is no reason other than a self defeating one to say we can't pick up a further 12 from the next 4 against West Brom, Norwich, Fulham and Wigan (only Norwich and Wigan of which is away) 12 points from these eminently winnable fixtures and we're looking at a gelled, spirited team. If hunger focus and fitness are maintained we may carry this streak through to mid December when we meet the Petrodollar pretenders. Another 12 pts from 4 would be lovely, even draws should be deemed inconceivable given the wealth of pts tossed away at the seasons' start. We do sorely need to get Park bedded in if Chamakh seems to be pretty buried and on borrowed time at Arsenal, recall for Bendtner? January purchase? Either way we do need another decent strike option sharpish to keep any push for anything alive.
nikolaijns
Yes I agree....as long as RVP stays out of the treatment room !
radar
I dont know if anyone remembers Bendtner before the CC final about how he can feel himself holding the Carling Cup trophy in his hands... .. That ended up well enough. I'm entitled to my negativitiy coz these set of players are yet to prove to anyone that they can do anything other than ***** up.
Sajit
Listen you know this squad won't win diddly, I know this squad won't win diddly. My missus who looks at a football like it's a dog egg knows Arsenal ain't winning diddly, but there is such a thing as forgetting the trophy free big picture & just enjoying the ride, it is what it is and we have who and what we have. If your whole raison d'etre is trophies then it's going to be a pretty unrewarding empty pain filled existence unless you choose either Manc team and one of those may have had their time in the sun and have won all they're going to, who the hell knows? All I know is I'm still chuffed after dishing up a serving of red hot poker pain to the Russian and it's small victories in the greater scheme which keep me hype.
nikolaijns
I guess my presence here in Wenger's longest time without silverware is proof enough that my entire " raison d'etre is not trophies". All I'm saying is that temper the positivity. There are many more hurdles to cross. And if the players think they have achieved something by beating Chelsea - they are plain wrong.
Sajit
Be positive.. Just dont be overconfident.
Sajit
Your last post could just as well apply to you Sajit.
Deltaforce
They're not wrong though, putting 5 away @ stamfordski bridgeski is an achievement and it's a 3 points none of us thought we'd get a few weeks ago. None of us here are brimming with positivity it would be foolish and extremely naive given how we've fallen away come the first few months of the New Year seasons past, but if that result gives them the kickstart to genuinely believe in themselves and get over the OT pummelling then great, we can rebuild and have a few kinder fixtures to keep the morale machine building up steam.
nikolaijns
I hate to sound like a broken record but I just feel that our players talk too much. http://www.metro.co.uk/sport/856022-ashley-cole-laughed-at-by-arsenals-wojciech-szczesny-on-twitter - Szczesny about Cole . This happened before the CC final. Karma? DF, I do agree Im negative at times but links like above just prove my point, dont you agree?
Sajit
It's not just Arsenal players, it's the nature of the footballing beast. Partaking in constant interviews, they're asked questions and reply as they've been coached to by whoever deals with media coaching at the club. They don't ring up the Sun or The Mirror and say 'Yo this is Wojjy, tell the people we're gonna stay unbeaten' A club will choose a player or two to handle interviews for the week at the presser. They'll get asked questions and have to answer them. Sfter which they'll immediately get their responses pumped out worldwide for people like you & me to get het up about. Twitter is a whole different ball game but when you're young loaded and need the ego massage it's the ultimate in instant gratification. I don't really care as long as what they say isn't detrimental to the club. And I really can't fathom how or why any karma would actually swing in Ashley Coles' favour.
nikolaijns
On that note, I was reading teletext last night (very eighties, I know) and saw Van de Vaart quoted as saying 'are we the top club in London now? maybe. We've got a really good squad, better than last year, and we feel unbeatable.'. Then saw on SSNews that they got beat 1-0 by Rubin Kazan.
damiano_tommassi
 

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