'Shambles, comical': Some Arsenal fans left fuming after what Liverpool have done today
Arsenal fans have been left fuming at Liverpool after reports emerged online that the Reds have now reopened their training ground after a Covid-19 outbreak this week.
That outbreak saw the EFL Cup semi-final with Arsenal called off. But Liverpool are now set to face Shrewsbury in the FA Cup this weekend, and have now reopened Kirkby this morning. It’s claimed that the Reds have now got the outbreak ‘under control’.
Of course, this has left Arsenal fans not impressed at all. The Gunners were looking forward to their meeting in midweek and were in good form. Liverpool, ransacked by injury and departures to the AFCON, took the chance to cancel the game, much to Gunners fans’ annoyance.
And this today has drove the dagger in a bit deeper. Arsenal fans were all over Twitter responding to the above, and it’s safe to say there are some unhappy Gunners here.
Arsenal face Nottingham Forest this weekend themselves. But thanks to Liverpool, they now face an extra midweek game in the midst of an already busy schedule.
Here, then, is what some unhappy Arsenal fans had to say as Liverpool reopened their Kirkby training ground today.
How comical, under control the very morning after they get a big game called off
— David Scully (@DScully1981) January 7, 2022
The morning after 🤣🤣🤣🤣 ashamed of absolutely nothing. 🤣🤣
— BorisTheGooner (@Boris417197813) January 7, 2022
— AdamSkiAFC (@AdamskiAfc) January 7, 2022
It’s a Christmas miracle!
— #FirstNameBunchofNumbers (@WalSol1983) January 7, 2022
That was just an excuse to postpone the Arsenal game….
— Mohamed sheikh (@SparrowSheikh) January 7, 2022
— J (@futbolj_) January 7, 2022
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