- Petr Cech believes that high expectations work in Chelsea’s favour compared to Arsenal
- The goalkeeper was at Chelsea for 11 years before joining our rivals in 2015
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Petr Cech may have won back the minority of Chelsea fans that still cringe when they see our former shot-stopper in an Arsenal shirt after a discussion about the two clubs.
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The 35-year-old has suggested that the chopping and changing of managers at Chelsea is what has seen the Blues become a force since the Roman Abramovich era.
Whilst Arsenal’s woes continue under Arsene Wenger, who has managed the Gunners since 1996, we have ruined the years of domination the North-London side previously had over us.
Despite making a brave move in leaving Chelsea for Arsenal after 11 years at Stamford Bridge, Cech is quoted by The Metro revealing the brutal fact between both sides.
“Chelsea has the cult of being a winning machine.
“You can see it from the top to the bottom. It works like that. The pressure just works in a different way. That’s why you have so many managerial changes.
“Arsenal obviously have the same continuity, the same manager. There is a completely different philosophy and a different way of doing things. There is no right or wrong.”
Cech was certainly looking through Chelsea tinted glasses here and it appears his affection for the club will never tarnished.