Five reasons Liverpool will annihilate Arsenal on Saturday

Tanya Simon
August 21, 2019

But Meite, who revealed his childhood relationship with the forward, is upbeat the former Angers winger will shine at Emirates.

Along with team-mate Sead Kolasinac, the 30-year-old was a victim of an attempted car-jacking last month and did not travel to Newcastle for the first match of the new campaign as the police investigated "further security incidents". "Life is weird", Meite told the Guardian.

I could go on but I suspect most Arsenal fans will agree with me that is makes no difference if Arsenal beat Liverpool on Saturday in the eyes of those that are making a living slagging Arsenal off.

The Gunners have collected six points from two of their opening matches, leaving them sitting second on the table.

I accept that Arsenal is not at the level of Liverpool just yet but I do believe they have closed the gap with the new signings, whereas Liverpool bought no one of note and City just Rodri.

'I was nervous (when I entered the first-team dressing room at Schalke), but also excited because it was the first time I spent time with the players, ' he said.

"If they are on a good day and you are having a bad day, it is hard".

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Former Germany global Ozil has yet to feature for Arsenal this season. "I'm sure he is going to do well because he has a lot of quality".

'I was very, very quiet.

"Everyone should be together to try to do something about this because it is unacceptable".

Meite, who has scored one goal this season, will hope to put the disappointing incident behind him by delivering impressive performances when Reading take on West Bromwich Albion on Wednesday evening.

Of the aforementioned Nigeria-eligible players, only Saka has games under his belt for the first team. We are all the same and we are playing to make people happy and to see this kind of message is not good for the sport.

"I chose to come here because it's a club with a lot of ambition", Pepe added.

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