Thursday, March 18, 2010

Gabbidon - frustrating Arsenal at home won't be easy

Lord Wenger, is definately strategising and putting plans in motion so
that, we won't be taken unawares by West Ham. And I am not surprised
that our underachieving cousins are also plotting to upset us at our
own backyard.

Topping the Arsenal downfall wishlist is Danny Gabbidon, who though,
acknowledged the fact that it won't be easy beating Arsenal at home.
But the 30-year-old is confident that they are capable of frustrating
Arsenal's title ambitions on Saturday. As a win is necessary to ensure
their survival in the English top flight.

"It was dissapointing to lose at home to Bolton," Gabbidon told his
club's official site. "So we will be looking to pick up points
somewhere else to get those points."

Gabbidon believes West Ham can do the unthinkable at the Emirates,
pathetic isn't it? Well, I wish Bendtner breaks his and their hearts
by scoring deep in stoppage time. On second thoughts let's do away
with them as quickly as possible. So we can focus our attention on
more important issues.

"We've got Arsenal next, which doesn't get any easier. They are a very
good team as well (as Chelsea). We have to show those (fighting)
qualities if we are going to stay in the League and I'm sure we are
going to do just that.

"I think we will be OK, but we have to keep battling, give 110 per
cent. We have got a few games coming up where we should pick up some
points. We are not playing badly at the moment, so we have to keep
doing what we are doing and I think we will be fine," he concluded.