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Same Old Story!! Arsenal Fans Saying the same thing after Slavia Prague Draw



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Arsenal hard-work over the two legs against Greek Side Olympiacos earned Mikel Arteta side the chance to face Czechs team Slavia Prague in the Quarter-Final of UEFAEuropa League.

Many Arsenal Fans are now taking Slavia Pargue to be a common team they can easily pass through, forgetting that same Czechs side were the team to eliminate Leicester out of the competitions, Leicester is currently 15points above Arsenal on the Premier league table.

Also the same team were the hero to eliminate Scottish Champions Rangers, and yet many Gunners Fans were so quick to jubilate over Slavia Pregue draw.

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The most exciting challenge is the possibility of Arsenal playing Unai Emery Villarreal in the semi-final if both team scape through.

Villareal will be taking on Dinamo Zagreb in the quarter-final and the winner of the tie will face either Arsenal or Slavia Prague in the semi-final.

The semi final might look more like a reunion for Arsenal and their former Manager Unai Emery.

Below are some of Arsenal Fans Reactions to the draw

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Manchester United after securing a late 1-0 win over AC Milan will be taking on Spanish team Granada and Ajax will take on As Roma in other quarter-final tie.

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Arsenal will face Slavia Prague across two legs which will take place on April 8 and April 15. The Gunners will be hosting the Czechs team at Emirate Stadium in the first leg before traveling to Czech for the return leg

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