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Arsenal invincible reveals what he has told the players ahead of season finale

A member of the Arsenal Invincibles team has revealed that he has sent a message to the current squad ahead of the season finale

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Arsenal legend Lauren has delivered a motivational message to the current squad, offering advice as they head into the final match of the Premier League season with the title still in contention. 

The Gunners will need to win their game against Everton and hope that Manchester City slip up against West Ham to have a chance at lifting the trophy.

Lauren, who won the Premier League twice during his time at Arsenal, shared his wisdom with the players aiming to achieve similar success this season.

“The other day I sent a message to the Arsenal boys, saying that in these types of contests, your conditioning affects your level of performance week in, week out,” Lauren told

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“Because you’re nervous, we all feel a little bit scared, the pressure, and everything that comes with that responsibility—that’s conditioning your level of performance. If you start with that kind of determination, everything is easier.”

Arsenal legend Lauren

Arsenal legend Lauren (Image credit: Getty Images)

Drawing on his experience, Lauren highlighted the importance of mental strength, referencing Real Madrid’s long-standing culture of determination and resilience. “I believe Real Madrid have built that since their academy over many, many years, and all of their players have the determination to fight until the end.”


Arsenal’s upcoming match against Everton could either be a routine fixture or one of the most significant in the club’s history, depending on Manchester City’s result against West Ham. 

Currently, Mikel Arteta’s side trails City by two points but have a superior goal difference, meaning a win for Arsenal and a draw or loss for City would crown the Gunners champions.

Lauren is confident in Arsenal’s ability to handle their part of the challenge, especially given the lessons learned from last season. “You need to control your emotions in order to win the big games,” he said. 

“Last season, for example, against West Ham and Liverpool, they collapsed and couldn’t handle the pressure. Nowadays, we see the team with more control, as we saw against Manchester United and many other teams throughout the season. If you control those emotions, it allows you to dominate the back four, the middle of the park, and in the final third, as we’ve seen all season.”

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