BREAKING!! Arsenal need a hero on Sunday to have any chance of winning the Premier League title

BREAKING!! Arsenal need a hero on Sunday to have any chance of winning the Premier League title

After hearing what David Moyes had to say prior to West Ham’s match against Manchester City on Sunday, Arsenal supporters were taken aback.

As he departs the team for the second time, Moyes assumes leadership of West Ham for the last time.

With a 3-1 victory over Luton Town on Saturday, he concluded his career at the London Stadium. The curtain-closer will see West Ham play City at the Etihad.

Even though Arsenal’s victory over Manchester United extended it to the final day, City’s 2-0 victory over Spurs on Tuesday night means that a victory over the Hammers on the final day will secure a fourth consecutive league title for Pep Guardiola’s team at the expense of Arsenal.

West Ham, who currently sit ninth in the standings, may be crucial to the outcome, but following Moyes’ recent remarks, Arsenal supporters have lost all hope in the Hammers, much like they did with Fulham’s flying kites during practice.

“I believe it would be tough to prevent their Under 14 team from winning the championship,” he remarked.

“We’ll do everything to be professional—that’s the word I would use—I’ve told the players.

“We’ll make every effort to do our best.”

On the last day of the 2013–14 season, West Ham took on City in a matchup with Liverpool.

They were unable to spoil the fun as Samir Nasri and Vincent Kompany’s goals helped City easily win 2-0.

Even though it was obvious he was kidding, Arsenal supporters went crazy on social media.

“That’s a man on the beach,” someone remarked.

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“Moyes is on holiday already then,” a third person said.

“Imagine conceding defeat in a press conference what a loser lol,” yelled a fourth person.

“Everyone rolls over and has their belly tickled for City,” said a different post.

“West Ham are ‘European champions,’ yet their manager admits defeat before kick-off,” a last commenter stated.

Thanks to Erling Haaland’s brilliant brace at Spurs, City made sure they entered the final game of the 2023–24 season knowing they controlled their own destiny.

Haaland scored two goals in the second half to keep Guardiola’s team two points ahead of Arsenal going into the final weekend of the season, despite an odd backdrop to the game where the home fans were seen cheering on City due to their intense rivalry with fellow title contenders.

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