“Arsenal Are Better Than Man Utd And Will Win A Trophy Before Them”
Arsenal are set to host Manchester United at the Emirates Stadium on Saturday at 12.30pm in the Premier League.
Both clubs had a bitter rivalry 20 years ago but now see themselves battling for a top four position, let alone the title.
Ahead of this weekend’s game, former Arsenal man Emmanuel Frimpong reckons the Gunners are in the more superior position and are more likely to win silverware before the Red Devils.
“If I am being honest Arsenal have a much better team at the moment than Manchester United,” he said, speaking to BoyleSports.
“They’re really struggling, but then again anything can change next season – they’ve brought in a new coach (Erik ten Hag) – maybe he can be the difference.
“He can be the one that can get those players together and get them to perform as you’d expect them to.
“We’ll have to wait to see what happens, but I feel like at the moment if I had to choose who is more likely to win a trophy, I have to say Arsenal.”
However, Frimpong does admit Man United are still the bigger club heading into the 12.30pm fixture on Saturday.
“As a club we (Arsenal) cannot compare ourselves to them, because the history of Manchester United is just crazy,” he said.
“They’ve won so much and that’s what we are looking to aspire to be. Obviously at the moment Manchester United are not doing very well, but the history at the club what they’ve achieved in the past it’s there for everybody to see.
“Hopefully Arsenal can win the trophies that Manchester United have done and build their legacy.”
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Mark Ritson is a former football journalist, who spent up to ten years reporting in the Premier League, Championship and League One for national and local media.
With a number of exclusives and transfer deadline days under his belt, he also has experience as a homepage editor for the likes of Yahoo! and BT Sport.
Mark moved into sports betting and gaming in 2018 as a Community Manager and has been a Social Media & Content Executive at BoyleSports in our sunny Gibraltar office since 2020.