Mikel Arteta drags Arsenal down to pitiful levels not seen at the club for 47 years

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Arsenal have achieved an unwanted record, scoring just 24 league goals at home this season.

As per Twitter account afcstuff, it’s their worst ever tally in the Premier League era, and the fewest they’ve managed in an entire season at home since all the way back in 1973/74.

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That’s pretty rotten stuff from Mikel Arteta’s side, with the Gunners really struggling under the inexperienced Spanish tactician.

Arteta looked a promising coach after his work under Pep Guardiola at Manchester City, but it’s starting to look like the Arsenal job might be too big for him.

This is an extremely poor return from the north London giants, especially considering they have some quality attacking players like Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Nicolas Pepe up front.

Arteta has failed to get the best out of these players, whilst also making some questionable signings, such as Willian.

Arsenal surely have a busy summer transfer window ahead and urgently need to improve this squad if they are to get back to where they want to be.

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  1. The answer is twofold: Little creativity in the middle from the start of the season with totally disappointing Willian on whom he relied for quite a while.
    2. Sticking with Aubameyang who is no longer himself. Even for this last game, it was shocking to see Aubameyang start rather than Lacazette. If Aubamenyang is still there next campaign, the story will be worse because he has already lost belief in himself. We need a new striker.

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