Arsenal always draw Bayern Munich in the UEFA Champions League. And the results are always the damn same. Alexis, a massive Arsenal fan has decided he would change what he does every UCL match day, and maybe, just maybe, it’ll break the curse.
Arsenal is going through a bit of a rough patch. The fans are after Arsene’s head again. Every Arsenal fan has been through this before, last year, and the year before that, and the… well you get it. Arsenal Fan TV might as well be must watch TV at this point. Wether everyone is agreeing with the meltdown or laughing at them, it’s being referenced from twitter to traditional sports television. The only that can stop the onslaught is success on the pitch. Knowing that, what comes next? Arsenals annual match against one of the best clubs in the world at the absolutely worst time. Great.
Alexis always does the same thing when the UCL starts, he puts on his Arsenal shirt and heads to the Arsenal bar. They always lose. This year he was invited to a Napoli restaurant to watch the Real Madrid Napoli match. He was also offered free pizza and beer because of the pizza tours he does. Maybe thats why he went, but he decided he would try and break the curse. Would it work? Can Arsenal win? Is Alexis the jinx for Arsenal? Is the pizza good? Did Alexis have to pay for it? Was there any atmosphere at a nice east village restaurant during the week at 2:45pm? There’s only way to find out!
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