I love it when we win. There really isn’t a greater feeling than knowing Arsenal are the best, knowing that we can go onto the pitch and destroy any opposition. However, at the same time, we should also be weary of being over confident. Montpellier proved to us that any team on the day, no matter their form, can surprise us and Lukas Podolski seems to agree.
The German International had this to say: “I think we played well in the first half. In the second half, we weren’t as good as we didn’t do enough up front. Montpellier played well in the second half, and we didn’t impose ourselves going forward. We must improve. But we picked up the three points, it’s always difficult away from home, and we’re happy we did it.”
I love that kind of talk in our team. A modest confidence, I call it. Podolski has the right attitude. He have to go into every game knowing that the opposition will be tough but play like we can beat them. We’ve brought ourselves a great player in Podolski. He’s shown that a win isn’t good enough and that a desire to play better is what is important and I have to agree with him on that. There’s no use, beating a team if our attitudes aren’t right because then the win can be excused as luck. We need a mentality to surround the team that dictates a winning desire. Something that this team has…
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