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“It would feel like that…” – finally Sky Sports Gary Neville open up to what really happen in VAR room on ARSMUN game

Insights from Sky Sports' Gary Neville:

Gary Neville shared his thoughts on the recent Arsenal victory, emphasizing that it carried more significance than just three points. In his view, it was a remarkable moment that uplifted the entire dressing room while evoking despair in the defeated side.

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Neville pointed out the importance of Declan Rice’s goal, highlighting him as Arsenal’s marquee signing of the summer. He believed that Rice’s seamless integration into the team would be pivotal. Notably, Rice’s connection with the passionate fan base was already evident.

Discussing Arsenal’s ambitions, Neville noted the substantial investments made during the summer transfer window and the desire to replicate their strong position from the previous season’s run-in with just 10 games to go. However, he acknowledged that competing with a formidable team like Manchester City, even after just four games, required vigilance, as City had the ability to capitalize on any slip-ups.

Neville analyzed Arsenal’s previous season, recognizing their explosive start followed by a dip in performance towards the end. He suggested that the current situation, where they haven’t hit their peak form but have secured 10 out of 12 possible points, was not a cause for concern. According to him, the team’s real test would come in the post-Christmas period, particularly in February and March.

He offered reassurance, noting that Arsenal was in the process of integrating new players like Kai Havertz and Declan Rice into the team. Neville concluded by expressing optimism about Arsenal’s prospects, believing that their recent point haul was a promising sign of things to come.

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