The Villans Can Shocking at the Emirates

Arsenal had a dream in the FA Cup final orders yet to be held tomorrow at the New Wembley in May. But first they face Aston Villa, who had a slick record at the Emirates Stadium in the last few seasons.

After painstakingly through hadangan Leeds United in the third round, Arsenal will be back playing at home and this time against fellow Premier League club, Villa.

Arsenal will go favored necessarily because they are the host and still be considered as one giant England, although his appearance was unstable.

But Villa were not to be underestimated because of Alex McLeish’s troops had the potential for surprise Arsenal. Especially in the last four seasons, the club from Birmingham was able to win twice at the Emirates Stadium, namely 2-0 (2008/2009) and 2-1 (2010/2011).

An early warning for Arsenal when they are certainly not aware of the dreams they won the FA Cup trophy this year could run aground.

“All the teams can beat each other in this competition. You see that Manchester United’s Carling Cup defeat at home to Championship team (Crystal Palace),” said the Arsenal defender, Ignasi Miquel, the team’s official site.

“This action is very different from the league, so whoever will be a difficult melakoni. Clearly a great team got a good chance in the FA Cup, but you must stay focused and beat whoever your opponent,” he continued.

“A dream to play at Wembley in an important final. First, we have slowly, but surely if we can reach Wembley then it will be a very big achievement for us,” said defender berkebangsaaan Spanish.

“We have not won anything, so it would be great for us. But our next game is Sunday against Aston Villa and we must focus to it. If we keep trying and mentally strong, then we could escape,” complete Miquel.


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