The last few years have been tough for Arsenal, which has always prided itself on playing beautiful football. The last trophy for the Gunners came in 2017 when they won the FA Cup. This was at a time the club’s fans were slowly expressing their displeasure at Arsene Wenger’s managerial
Arteta needs to rebuild Arsenal and the type of overhaul Arsenal were and are in need of is massive because of three factors. Firstly, the club has stagnated in terms of personnel that don’t fit together and that’s been quite evident this season when they played like strangers. Secondly, the
Unai Emery has failed to read the post mortem notes following the death of his Arsenal career. The Spanish coach seems somewhat delusional about his own role in his sacking, preferring to be the victim of circumstances.
Emery had lost control of the dressing room and with each change of lineup,
There’s a burning question that needs clarification at Arsenal football club. Who’s pulling the strings in terms of transfer activity ?
Since Unai Emery’s reign, I’ve long suspected that the Gunners complicated management structure has meant that an array of people are involved in the transfer activity and negotiation processes. Everyone
Mikel Arteta won’t forget his first season in charge. The Spaniard who was close to taking the job 18 months before his appointment had to wait until Arsenal were plunged into crisis before accepting the post. The job would certainly have been easier if he had taken the position in
There can’t be many Arsenal fans who have failed to notice the improvement since Mikel Arteta arrived at the Emirates. Although according to some on social media, he has apparently made little difference.
I’ll happily argue the point with anyone who views the two games under Arteta as poor, because the
Now I’m not certain what the terms of deal made with Mikel Arteta was, why would I be ? But there is a familiar picture forming as we approach the January transfer window.
Word has it that Arsenal are going to be adding to their hotchpotch squad with up to four
Raul Sanllehi may yet regret his dismissive tones about the January transfer window. In 2018 the head of football at Arsenal told the Mail,
“I don’t believe much in the winter window. There are exceptions but if you have the right planification in the summer and the team are performing at
Arsenal want him to stay but the truth is that Freddie Ljungberg looks like he could be moved sideways to allow Mikel Arteta free reign to install his own support system and staff.
It was one of the details that Raul Sanllehi agreed in Arsenal’s complex negotiations with the Spaniard, with
The last Spaniard in the Arsenal hot seat seemed less than convincing during his 18 months in charge, but Mikel Arteta ensured on Friday that he wasn’t to be confused with his fellow countryman by delivering a direct but passionate press conference.
He was clear and concise, managing to convey his