David Seaman issues six-word verdict on Arsenal draw at Brighton
Arsenal managed a 0-0 draw with Brighton this afternoon in a tough game at the AMEX and former goalkeeper David Seaman was among those to share his thoughts on the game afterwards.
The Gunners battled hard in tough conditions against an in-form Brighton side and can head into the international break full of confidence really.
Mikel Arteta’s side seem to have turned a bit of a corner and although today wasn’t the best display ever, it did show of the more defensive and battling qualities now in the first XI.
And those thoughts seemed to be echoed by former goalkeeper Seaman, who took to Twitter after the game to issue his short and sharp verdict on what he thinks is a good point for the Gunners.
Seaman has been pictured in and around the Arsenal training ground in recent weeks and always takes a keen interest in his former club’s results.
He’ll have been delighted with the performances of Aaron Ramsdale in the last few weeks, too. All in all, it’s been a positive period for the Gunners.
TBR’s View: Arsenal negativity is a nonsense, Seaman is right here
The noise on Twitter tonight is that of Gunners fans who are annoyed by their side’s performance. But in reality, this has been a fine run of games.
Three wins, a draw, and three clean-sheets, it really has been a turning point for Arsenal recently. The international break has, arguably, come at a bad time in fairness.
David Seaman is right in his view here. It’s a good Arsenal draw against a tough Brighton team.
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