Arsenal fans across the globe are eyeing their 14th English Premier League (EPL) silverware as the 2022/23 season nears completion.
The Gunners, with 72 points on the league log, are nine matches away from realising their title dream, depending on the outcome of the rest of the games between them and second-placed Manchester City.
And with the title in sight, the team currently appear well-composed and promising for the crown.
In Ghana, an avid fan and executive member of the North London-based club – Goodwill Sports Ambassador, Ray Quarcoo, is leading the campaign for the club to finish the competition tops.
Recently, Ambassador Quarcoo took a trip to the Emirates, home ground of Arsenal, where he met with Mr David Barry Dein, a former co-owner and chairman of Arsenal.
“…We are just hoping and praying that we realise our dream of finishing as winners in this season’s campaign, all being equal,” said Ambassador Quarcoo to the Times Sports on return from his trip.
He added: “We are urging all our fans across the globe to remain resolute.
“I want to, on my own behalf and on behalf of all our fans, urge the team to soldier on as the competition heads to the final stages. Every point matters at this stage and the team should avoid complacency until the final whistle.”
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