The non-league are set to face the Gunners after their humiliating 5-1 defeat to Bayern Munich in the Champions League.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is under tremendous pressure to give positive result as the annual ‘Wenger Out’ signs are back in full flow.
Doswell said: “We’re going to give them a nice Sutton welcome because that’s what this club is about.”
“We thought about putting new shower heads in, for about two seconds. Then we thought ‘no, we haven’t done that for any of the other teams that have come down’.”
“It’s only because we can’t afford it.”
“The boiler is absolutely shot to pieces. At best they’ll get lukewarm showers.”
Doswell also spoke about his team killing off giants Leeds United in the fourth round while adding that he hoped that Arsenal will donate the TV earnings to Sutton United.
“If you see [Mesut] Ozil and [Alexis] Sanchez on the team sheet then our chance doesn’t go beyond nought. If they put another team out, it comes up to the one or two per cent [mark].”
“The best result for our players would be a 0-0 draw. If we were to get a draw and get back to the Emirates Stadium it would be one of the best results in the cup’s history. Half of our team support Arsenal, so to go to the Emirates and have a great day out would be their preferred result.”
“The cup run won’t go into buying players. We need four new dressing rooms for the younger players. I don’t know if you’ll be able to see on Monday night because the floodlights are absolutely shocking.”
“There was talk of them giving us the TV money. It would change every aspect of this football club for years to come. It’s life-changing for the club.”