There’s been quite a swing in favour of support for Sean Dyche to replace Unai Emery at Arsenal and it’s rather surprising in the light of the big names available and all the usual suspects that the media continues to promote.
Many see him as a George Graham figure, one that
Burnley are not often given enough credit for their time in the Premier League. They are seen as one of those annoying clubs that obstruct the big fish, rob the odd point and are intent on spoiling the party.
They are all of those things but they also can play football,
Right, let’s deal with reality and then move on. The chances of the gunners rolling Burnley over by 8 goals is remote and for anyone harbouring thoughts of a 4th place finish on the last game of Arsenal’s season, probably believes in fairies and stays up all night waiting for
Arsenal host Burnley at home this weekend in one of the much awaited encounter in the Premier League.
Both sides have had a contrasting season but the match promises to be a different kettle of fish from the previous game.
Arsenal is fifth in the League table while Burnley is within the relegation
It’s been almost a week since Wenger announced that he is leaving Arsenal at the end of the season. This took English Football by shock and players, managers and pundits have congratulated Wenger for his service at Arsenal.
Here we take a look at what few managers had to say about