Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta will be looking to have a go at Leeds and their manager Marcelo Bielsa when the Gunners take on Leeds on Sunday in the Premier League. The Gunners’ boss will want to come out on top in what is expected to be a tactical battle. After Arsenal’s unfortunate game against Bielsa’s side back in November, they will be looking to secure victory in this tie and prevent Leeds from doing the double over them.
The November game was a fiery one as it saw Arsenal winger Nicolas Pepe out of anger and frustration, headbutt Ezgjan Alioski. The striker of the visiting team this time around Patrick Bamford has revealed that his teammate who clashed with Pepe in the previous fixture is already looking forward to going against the Ivorian winger when they meet at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday. Continue reading Three Key Changes Arsenal Manager Should Make To Defeat Leeds
If there is one manager in world football under increasing pressure at their club, it’s Arsenal’s Mikel Arteta. He is arguably the manager under the most pressure to grind out results after some miserable run of form lately.
The only competition Arsenal seem to be doing well in now is the Europa League, given that they have already made it to the knockout round as group winners. Arteta’s men faced Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City and it was just the same story on a different day.
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London club Arsenal are currently enduring one of their worst starts to a season in their history. After losing their last four games at home in the Emirates Stadium, pressure has been mounting on manager Mikel Arteta as fans have started to call for his head.
The Gunners currently lie 15th in the Premier League table and are close to the relegation zone. They have also gone five straight Premier League games without a win but will be looking to bounce back on Wednesday.
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Many people show positive intent during the start of their career and then as time passes by, they lose themselves in the glitters of life. Many such instances are there in the football world also and Nicklas Bendtner is one of those footballers who lost the golden time of his career as he lost his way to perfection. According to him, he got too much involved with the lifestyle which he got from football. As he started earning money, he started living life in bohemian ways.
His nightlife love for gambling dismantled his focus to play perfect football for his team. Being a professional footballer he had to be more disciplined as well as hard working. He got his chance in a club like Arsenal and he was chosen by Arsen Wanger. But he failed to prove his talents as well as potency to be a great footballer. This put him out of the circumference of the football world.
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Former Arsenal coach Arsene Wenger wants to coach the Netherlands after Ronald Koeman took up the Barcelona job. Wenger reportedly put his name for consideration for the role which is expected to be filled soon.
The Barcelona project was frustrated with the embarrassing 8-2 loss to Bayern Munich in the quarterfinal of the Champions League. This forced the board to sack QuiqueSetien. Koeman is a former player that has had an impressive run in his managerial career. After retiring at Feyenoord in the late 90s, he joined the national team as an assistant manager before continuing in the same role at Barca.
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This is a million dollar question: Will Arsenal’s best goal scorer remain at the club as the club continue the rebuild? As Coach Mikel Arteta continues to work on the club objectives of having a well-motivated side, competing for local titles and challenging in the Champions League, it is obvious he needs experienced goal poachers.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is one that has consistently delivered over the years. His contract with the Gunners is set to lapse next season so the club is desperate to sell him now or get him to agree fresh terms. The 30-year old forward and skipper is open to an exit. There are reports that Arsenal want to keep him but if he refuses to put pen to paper, if an offer of over 20 million pounds come in they would sell. However, if any valuation below that comes in, they would reject and take their chances as the deal runs down.
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