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Sad day for millions for Arsenal fan’s all over the world as new signing Petr Cech failed  to live up to expectation in goal for the Gunners.

Arsenal lost 0-2 against a well composed West Ham team, who looked the more serious side scoring a goal at each half to seal the win.

We had a very disappointing start and everyone thought new signing Cech will put on the performance he displayed against his former team Chelsea in the Community Shield.

Thousands of fans are seriously angry with Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger and they seriously want him to resign as many have lost faith in him; a familiar hash-tag trending on twitter #wengerout has gotten really popular barely 48 hours into the new season.

Wenger promised he is planning on a major title push next season and the boss is aware of the need to bring in only the best in the summer to achieve his target.

In my own opinion, for us to have a strong team that can push for the EPL title this season, Wenger should be thinking of writing a cheque to Madrid to seal the move for Frenchman Karim Bezenma who we know is a clinical finisher and not forgetting a DM is also needed in the team.

Oliver Giroud was a complete flop yes I repeat myself FLOP in goal, he kept missing chances to put us back in the match. His impact wasn’t felt at all and Theo Walcott was just a waste of time as he was confused all through the game.

New signing Cech took to his twitter to apologize for his poor performance and promise to do better in the next game.

First game like this was not in the script – Mistake and no points 😒 but tomorrow is another day to get ready for the next game ! 😉 #COYG

— Petr Cech (@PetrCech) August 9, 2015


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