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Arsenal players Speculate Clock End Clock Represents Countdown to End of Season

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Arsenal players Speculate Clock End Clock Represents Countdown to End of Season

Many Arsenal supporters were puzzled when the team took a photo in the locker room with a fake version of the Clock End clock. Some speculated that it might indicate a countdown to winning the championship. On Sunday, the Gunners won 3-0 against Fulham at Craven Cottage, with goals from Gabriel Magalhaes, Gabriel Martinelli, and Martin Odegaard in the first half, increasing their lead to five points at the top of the Premier League table.

After their victory over an opponent, Arsenal celebrated in a more subdued manner on the pitch compared to their previous, more dramatic matches. However, the team was certainly in high spirits and happy in the dressing room. Left-back Oleksandr Zinchenko posted a group selfie on Instagram from the away changing room shortly after the match, with the entire squad and backroom staff posing for the photo.

Interestingly, several players and staff are holding up a smaller replica of Arsenal’s famous Clock End clock, which was previously located at Highbury for over 70 years before being moved to the Emirates. Fans speculate that this may be another one of Manager Mikel Arteta’s creative and innovative ways of motivating his players, as he has been known to use various methods, such as pictures and light bulbs in the past, as seen in Amazon’s All or Nothing documentary.

Several fans are convinced that the Clock End clock was brought in before Arsenal’s game at Craven Cottage, which marked the start of the final 12 games of the season. Following their 3-0 victory, some believe that the minute hand was moved to the “11” position to indicate that there are now only 11 games left until the end of the season.

Arsenal players Speculate Clock End Clock Represents Countdown to End of Season

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