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newsfootball3 days ago

Wasn't a pleasing conversation to tell Bernd Leno that he wasn't playing, but he's a top professional, admits Mikel Arteta

Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta has squashed the reports which suggested that Bernd Leno reacted badly when informed that he was losing his starting spot to Aaron Ramsdale. The Spaniard acknowledged that the German wasn’t happy about losing his spot, but insists that he is thoroughly professional.
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newsfootball6 days ago

There is potential in this Arsenal side and they will recover, states Arsene Wenger

Arsenal legend Arsene Wenger believes that there is scope for the Gunners to reverse their misfortunes after their abysmal start to the season. Arteta's side lost the opening three league games of their campaign without scoring a goal but finally won in the league as they beat Norwich 1-0.
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newsfootball7 days ago

Learned lot in difficult moments and its been best week of my career, admits Mikel Arteta

Mikel Arteta admitted that this was the best week of his managerial career following Arsenal's 1-0 victory over Norwich courtesy of a Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang goal. Arsenal had lost their opening three league games without scoring a single goal before their victory at the Emirates Stadium.
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newsfootball8 days ago

If there's no progress then questions will be asked of Mikel Arteta, asserts Mikael Silvestre

Mikael Silvestre has revealed that he would like to see Mikel Arteta be given more time to improve his former side but has admitted that big decisions might be made at some stage. Rumours continue to mount over the job security of the Spaniard after Arsenal's poor start to the season.
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newsfootball9 days ago

We want club that is sustainable but can compete at the highest level, admits Mikel Arteta

In light of questions about Arsenal’s transfer business, Mikel Arteta has revealed that the club are trying to build a financially secure and sustainable model that can also compete with the best. The Gunners finished the summer window by spending a club record £145 million on six different players.
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newsfootball12 days ago

My time at Arsenal was not good and I wasn’t happy at the club, admits Willian

In light of his move to Corinthians, Willian has confessed that he wasn’t happy at all during his spell at Arsenal and thus eventually opted to make a move back to Brazil. The forward signed for the North London side after his contract with Chelsea expired but scored only one goal for the club.
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newsfootball15 days ago

We are in a tough situation now but let’s judge the team when they play together, states Edu

Arsenal technical director Edu acknowledges the reality of the situation the London club is in but is confident that results will start to turn around when all the players in the squad are available. Edu was appointed as Arsenal's first-ever technical director back in the summer of 2019.
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newsfootball17 days ago

We were after Granit Xhaka and he wanted to come but Arsenal blocked it, admits Tiago Pinto

AS Roma Sporting director Tiago Pinto has revealed that while the club wanted to sign Granit Xhaka and the midfielder was keen on the move, Arsenal didn’t release the Swiss international. Pinto also admitted that it was the most difficult window but believes the club got through it well.
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newsfootballa month ago

Reports | Arsenal in negotiations with Brazilian club Corinthians over move for Willian

According to ESPN, Arsenal are in discussions with Corinthians over a potential move for Willian this summer as a free-transfer. The former Chelsea man was signed by the North London club last summer, but the Brazilian has struggled to establish himself under Mikel Arteta scoring only one goal.
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newsfootballa month ago

We have to face challenge but Arsenal are not going to throw in towel, asserts Mikel Arteta

In light of their poor start to the season, Mikel Arteta has asserted that Arsenal are not throwing in the towel this early and they need to keep battling the challenges. The North Londoners have lost the first two league games without scoring a single goal for the first time in their history.
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