Congratulations to the Los Angeles RAMS for winning the Super Bowl!”Picked up” Arsenal now hang again

2022-06-20 0 By

In 2022, super Bowl 56 ended with the Los Angeles RAMS defeating the Cincinnati Bengals 23-20 at the $5 billion SOFI Stadium for the franchise’s second championship in 22 years.NFL football does get less attention outside of the U.S. Generally, the Super Bowl is more like a program, with a star-studded halftime that fans in China call “America’s Spring Festival Gala.”For Arsenal fans, however, the game could have a bearing on the club’s summer sign-up plans, given that the club and the Los Angeles RAMS are both owned by Stan Kroenke.Arsenal are the luckiest team to win the 24th and 25th rounds of the Premier League. Arsenal are the only one of the four teams to win and take all three points.United were held to 1-1 draws by Burnley and Southampton in the first half and then equalised in the second half.Tottenham, who were beaten 3-2 at home by Southampton and then held out 2-0 at home to Wolves, dropped to eighth in the league and are now out of the champions league.West Ham remain in fourth place with four points from two games.Arsenal have played just one game in these two league games, beating Wolverhampton Wanderers 1-0 away to sit two points behind fourth-placed West Ham united with three games in hand.That said, although Arsenal are currently sixth in the premiership, the Gunners are clearly the favourites to win the race.And in the remaining fixtures, Arsenal have no such strong opponents as Manchester City and Chelsea.Despite finishing in the top four this season, Arsenal will face a tough summer of signings, with aubameyang already at Barcelona and Alexandre Lacazette and Daniel Nketiya both out of contract at the end of the season.The midfield also needs the right reinforcements to prepare for a multi-front campaign next season, with Edgaard and Smith law not being depleted.The problem is that kroenke, who splashed out on several future stars last summer, is not sure he will do so again this summer.After all, Arsenal’s position in kroenke’s hands is not that high.Kroenke is a sports mogul, owning the Denver Nuggets (NBA West), Colorado Rapids (American National Hockey League West) and Colorado Avalanche (National Hockey League) in addition to English Premier League club Arsenal and NFL football team Los Angeles RAMS.In terms of commitment, the Los Angeles RAMS, who just won the Super Bowl, are no. 1.The Colorado Rapids finished first in the MLS Western Conference last season and were eliminated by the Portland Lumberjacks in the quarterfinals.The Denver Nuggets invested $300 million in Jokic, Murray and Porter.The Colorado Avalanche also finished first in the western Conference this season.Only Arsenal are still fighting for the fourth, and sure enough Arsenal, who are not in kroenke’s territory, are really “picked up”.