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Report details worrying claim that Mikel Arteta left Arsenal ace out because he didn’t understand the registration rules

Mikel Arteta is looking increasingly out of his depth in charge of Arsenal, but it’s his press conferences which have become the most worrying thing just now.

That’s pretty good going when you consider how poor the team is on the pitch and how easily they collapse when things go against them, but Arteta speaks like a manager who can’t deal with the pressure.

No amount of stats or diversion can hide the fact that he has taken Arsenal to depths that they haven’t seen for some time, so it’s just another reason for fans to get on his back.

The treatment of William Saliba is another sore point and he’s gone from the future of the defence to total outcast in double-quick time, but this report from tonight is deeply troubling if true:

You have to hope this is simply Arteta trying to be blunt and saying he’s not playing because he hasn’t picked him, but if it’s a total misunderstanding of the rules then Arsenal’s problems are so much bigger than they originally thought.

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6 Comments

  1. Kalisto says:

    Arteta has disorganised the team.

  2. Franco says:

    Arsenal is a big .they made a mistake to take a manager like arterta.he toung and he don’t have an experience. He were supposed to be an assistant not .head coach..

  3. cosmas obeta says:

    please arsenal board do not allow arteta to kill arsenal

  4. Berti says:

    Arteta needs to go on a man management course , for its clear to see that he is unable to manage his players to get the best out of them, and if it’s not sorted out very soon we will go down, and it’s a longer way back than it is now

  5. duncan says:

    I personally have never understood what coaches think when they select players, arsenal is making me sick each day

  6. Simon R. Karbah says:

    A club as big as Arsenal should not have opted to experiment with someone who has no coaching pedigree. The result of that suicidal mistake is evident.
    The likes of Everton and Spurs have improved greatly because of the reputable managers they’ve employed.

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