The focus has now shifted to the Football Association Challenge Cup also known as FA Cup fourth round as Arsenal maintains its seemingly unstoppable march toward the League Premier championship, with Manchester United behind them by a reasonable but not totally pleasant five points (despite having played one more game). And what do you know? On Friday’s match at Etihad, the two might square off.
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It’s one of the three meetings between the two clubs before the season comes to an end, and it can also provide us with a wealth of information about what could we anticipate from this year’s 2022–23 season’s finale.
Pep Guardiola is up against Mikel Arteta. Master and student. South opposes the north. Mancunians versus Cockneys. Okay, I went a little too far when I compared Coldplay to Oasis. The idea is that the three games in this trilogy will unfold like a game of Texas Hold ‘Em, with each manager trying to call the other’s bluff.
In American sports, there is a tactic—sometimes even the most helpful one, if used properly—where accepting a season’s loss might effectively help you win in the longer run.
The organization for Arsenal could review its listing and, more crucially, prepare for the draft effectively, where high-schoolers, college applicants, and foreign athletes can be selected, if a team without stars, a fractured team, and an unhappy fan base recognize early on that there’s no real hope for the playoffs. You are more than likely to choose a desired star the more games you lose.
This is quite like tanking, which carries a significant risk because the results are dependent on a seemingly countless number of factors. But when it does, it can completely alter a team’s course.
What does all of this have to do with Arsenal of North London and its Basque manager, then? It brings me back to my initial point, though. Plan to win later rather than getting ready to win right away.