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Reasons Why Arsenal Might Never Make It To The Top 4 This Season

Despite beating Tottenham and playing a draw against Brighton to be in the 11th position with 10 points in the premier league table, Arsenal might still not make it to the top 4 by the end of the 2021-2022 season.

Arsenal coach Mikel Arteta doesn't have what it takes to be successful in the premier league as a coach although he has won two trophies for the club, he might still never take his team to the Champions League by the beginning of next season. Mikel Arteta is a former Arsenal player and still came back to manage the club just as Frank Lampard in Chelsea and Ole Gunner Solkjaer in Man U. These coaches don't have the experience to be successful in the premier league as a coach yet, Lampard has been sacked, Ole has never secured a single trophy for his club and Arteta might never take his Arsenal team to the Champions League by finishing the season as top 4. Another reason has been that the club doesn't have money to sign important or world-class players for Arteta that might help the team become more successful, rather they go for average players or even below-average players that might still flop under the coach.

Arteta has been able to raise young talents for the club such as Bukayo Saka, Smith-Rowe, Kieran Tierney, and some others, but that doesn't guarantee that the coach will be successful by qualifying for the Champions League. Arsenal has had their worst start since history under Mikel Arteta at the beginning of this season. Rumors had it that the young coach will be sacked but Arsenal decided to give him some time to avoid the Unai Emery case from repeating itself. Arsenal needs to find a more experienced coach that can handle their average players to win trophies and secure a champions league spot.

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