Arteta Sees Light At The End Of Tunnel For Arsenal

Arteta Sees Light At The End Of Tunnel For Arsenal 2
Arsenal’s Spanish supervisor Mikel Arteta speaks to the media after the English Premier League soccer match between Newcastle United and Arsenal at St James’ Park in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, north east England on May 2, 2021. LEE SMITH / POOL / AFP


Arsenal supervisor Mikel Arteta stated he sees a vivid future for the membership regardless of struggling their worst begin to a season for 67 years.

The Gunners climbed off the underside of the Premier League desk with their first aim and first factors of the marketing campaign by beating Norwich 1-0 final weekend.

However, Arteta’s place continues to be beneath scrutiny forward of Saturday’s journey to Burnley after spending £150 million ($207 million) on new gamers throughout the switch window.

The Spaniard claimed after beating Norwich he had loved the “best 10 days of his career in this industry” throughout a world break when his facet had been all-time low of the desk.

And Arteta was equally optimistic on the place Arsenal are headed with all six of his summer time signings aged 23 or beneath.

“I’m telling you I’m very positive most of the time. I’ve seen the light and I can see bright lights,” he stated at his pre-match press convention on Thursday.

“There can be bumps in the road within that light, but I can see a lot of light.”

Arteta can also be hopeful the criticism his squad suffered after defeats to Brentford, Chelsea and Manchester City will solely serve to make them stronger.

“It’s tough because it hurts, because you want to see something different. But what you want is not always what happens,” he added.

“Things happen for a reason and maybe what is happening had to happen and it’s going to be really good for the club and really good for myself and everybody experiencing that situation. We have to believe that.”


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Arteta Sees Light At The End Of Tunnel For Arsenal

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