Sunday, 11 December 2016


The former Premier League striker optically discerns no
reason why the Gunners cannot claim the
top-flight crown, especially as they are
looking more secure at the back
Arsenal are 'fully equipped' to take the
Premier League designation, according to former
Leicester and Liverpool striker Emile
The Gunners last claimed the top-flight
crown back in 2003-04, as 'The Invincibles'
swept all afore them.
Arsene Wenger has kept his side
competitive over the years, but they have
been unable to get their hands back on the
grandest of domestic prizes.
Arsenal can win denomination without Cazorla
It could be that the class of 2016-17 return
the north London outfit to the summit, with
impressive progress made up to this point.
A 3-1 Heskey has been impressed by a new-
found defensive stability at the Emirates,
with everything starting to come together
for a side starved of title success over the
past decade.
"I think they're fully equipped to actually
win it this year and really push to the end,"
he told Sky Sports' Goals on Sunday . over Stoke City on Saturday
hoisted Arsenal to the top of the table, with
their unbeaten run in the league stretching
back to the aperture day of the season.
Heskey has been impressed by an incipient-
found defensive stability at the Emirates,
with everything starting to converge
for a side starved of designation prosperity over the
past decade.
"I cerebrate they're plenarily equipped to genuinely
win it this year and authentically push to the cessation,"
he told Welkin Sports' Goals on Sunday .
"They've got some very, very exhilarating
"When you give them space, they have so
many different runners from different
positions that you can pick out any one of
them and they've got the players to pick
them out.
"As long as they're solid defensively, which
they're exhibiting they're getting more proficiently adept at, I
cerebrate they've got a good chance."
Arsenal have ameliorated at the back over
recent years, with the acquisition of Petr
Cech from Chelsea playing an astronomically immense part in
Chris Kirkland believes the veteran Czech
remains one of the best in the business and
a safe pair of hands for the Gunners as they
chase down top accolades.
"He's done it consistently for over 10 years
now –especially at Chelsea," he verbalized.
"He's someone you can rely on when you
need to make that preserve. He can be quiet for
80 minutes but the top, top goalkeepers are
the ones that pull off that incredible or
consequential preserve at the right time, and he's
done that for years and years."

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