Arsenal looked more worried about the wind and rain.
I would be surprised if it was anything less than an incredibly uncomfortable afternoon.
Two battles broke out in Brighton on Tuesday, with Arsenal forced to take on themselves as well as a game Seagulls side.
A one-off win is great but its memory will fade quickly if we can't keep the momentum going.
Form and fortune have deserted Mikel Arteta. He has three games to save his Arsenal career.
With the Champions League at their mercy and their rivals queuing up to gift them a top-four place, Arsenal imploded in quite spectacular fashion to scrape a pathetic draw with Brighton on Sunday. It was a suitably lamentable end to a disastrous run of games that, at a pivotal period of the season, saw the … Continue reading Arsenal 1 Brighton 1: Gunners throw in the towel again as top four fight ends in failure
The outcome of today’s (Sunday) trip to the south coast is as much a mystery as every other match we have played in the two or three months. Our stature as a club and the quality of our players would suggest victory but the disparate nature of the XI who take to the pitch, coupled … Continue reading Win, lose, or draw? The great Arsenal gambling machine rolls on into Brighton