We have some drama on the pitch with Arsenal preparing for what could be a fairytale ending to the Premier League season. Picture this: it’s the final day and the Gunners are a hair’s breadth away from their first title in 20 years. They sit two points behind Manchester City, so the plan is simple – beat Everton and keep your fingers crossed that West Ham can stop City.

Here’s where it gets interesting. Arsenal don’t just sit back and hope; they are full steam ahead with the celebration, just in case. They were caught on video lifting the trophy dry. Imagine it: club staff on the podium, a shiny trophy waiting to be lifted, and even fake medals being handed out. A massive ‘Champions’ banner is also spread out on the pitch!

Both the Emirates and Etihad Stadiums are being prepared for all outcomes. They have trophies and medals ready, and the engraver is ready to engrave the winner’s name after a quick cut. And if all goes well, Arsenal are already planning a victory parade in Islington. Talk about optimism!

Mikel Arteta, the Arsenal boss, is buzzing about Sunday. He keeps hope alive, acknowledging that this is a big week and the stakes are sky high. But hey, Everton are on the road too, so it won’t be a walk in the park. Arteta rallies his troops, aiming for victory while hoping for some magic from West Ham.

So can City really blow their lead? Well, Arteta thinks it’s a stretch, but possible. And they have a tough match, and who knows? Maybe West Ham will play spoiler. It’s all up in the air, and I can’t wait to see how this plays out. Here’s to dreaming big, right?


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