Roy Keane believes Arsenal will look back on the two games with particular regret. After now they look set to miss out on winning the Premier League title. From losing at home to Brighton 0-3
Arsenal are four points behind leaders Manchester City and have played one game more, with two more games to play.
In fact, Arsenal have been at the top of the crowd for most of the season. But form has dropped in recent months and Keane believes the two games that hurt Mikel Arteta the most.
“I think when you look at the last five or six weeks, the West Ham and Southampton games stand out to me,” Keane said of Arsenal’s 2-2, 3-0 draw with West Ham and Southampton. -3 respectively
“I know they lost against Man City and dropped points against Liverpool but that happened. They’ve won 25 games in the league which is fantastic but those two (West Ham and Southampton) held them down a bit. We saw a team today that looked strong physically and mentally.”
“I think the most important thing is that Arsenal don’t have the strength and depth of the squad. Manchester City, simple as that.
“They need four or five new players, but that’s easier said than done. They need to get the right players with the right character. So if they were in this position again They will have a chance to do it.”