Arsenal football club has been having a series of good results in the English Premier League recently. Mikel Arteta seems to be responding very well to his three unexpected consecutive defeats in the league in the month of August. They have managed to have six games unbeaten run in the Premier League, but it does not mean that they put up convincing performances in those games.
Martinez Was Wrong To Force A Move From Arsenal But He Didn't Deserve The Treatment He Got On Friday
Arsenal delivered a stunning performance yesterday at the Emirates Stadium in a 3-1 win over Aston Villa in the ninth game-week of the new Premier League season. Having lost this same fixture last season to Aston Villa with a 3-0 scoreline, Arsenal fans could be forgiven for fearing the worst given the fluctuating form the team is currently in.
ARS / AVL: How Mikel Arteta Emulated The Tactics Arsene Wenger First Used When He Arrived At Arsenal
Arsenal beat Aston Villa in the ninth game-week of the new Premier League season at the Emirates Stadium with a 3-1 scoreline. Ghanaian midfielder Thomas Partey opened the scoring with a flicked header from a corner kick in the 23rd minute of the game. Gabonese hitman Pierre Emerick Aubameyang scored from the penalty spot late into the second half after VAR awarded a penalty to Arsenal from a foul on French striker Alexandre Lacazette.
Mendy, Salah, Mane & other African stars who are set to miss EPL action in January due to AFCON duty
The English premier league as one of the best leagues in Europe if not the best will be without some African star players who have formed the integral part of the game in the competition, as they will be out of action for their respective EPL clubs in January due to the commencement of AFCON tournament.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer guided his Manchester United team to a humiliating 5-0 loss to Liverpool FC in their premier league match. While Mikel Arteta, Arsenal FC manager led his side to a convincing 3-1 victory over Aston Villa. Both managers has so much in common particularly in relation to the club they manage at the moment.
Photo Credit: Getty Images Arsenal had a shaky start to the 2021/22 season, but things are steadily improving. Mikel Arteta has helped to steady the ship, and the Gunners overcame Aston Villa last Thursday for their fourth win of the season. Photo Credit: Getty Images
It is normal for a club to sign players for a certain amount of money and the said player could fail to deliver on the expectations placed on his signing. The football world refers to these types of signings as "Flops" and it has happened to every top club in the world if not all.
The Major Problem Arsenal Currently Have That Needs To Be Worked On If They Want To Finish In The Top 4
With 14 points from a possible 27, the gunners currently sits in 9th place in the Premier League table. The process which Edu Gaspar and Mikel Arteta talked about is gradually coming into play, but there is currently one major problem in the team that needs to be resolved if they really want to finish in the top 4 this season.
Unto the match against Leeds United in the round 16 of EFL Cup, Mikel Arteta will likely rotate his team, and as such, we may see him making 11 changes to the team who started the Aston Villa game last Friday. After the disappointing opening three fixtures, Mikel Arteta has been able to turn things around by winning six (6) games in his last eight (8) matches.
Arsenal's manager, Mikel Arteta 39 and RB Salzburg's manager Matthias Jaissle 33, are two of the youngest managers in club football. In this article, we are going to share 4 major differences between them and their style of management; 1, Arteta has replaced aggressive, passionate and tough tackling players on the pitch with players who have zero passion for the game.
The North London based club Arsenal would be hoping to progress to the next round of the Carabao cup when they face Leeds United in a crunch encounter between both clubs. The English Premier League giants Arsenal are the huge favourites to emerge victorious due to their previous results and records against Leeds United.
Photo Credit: Google The North London based club Arsenal would be hoping to continue their amazing run of form when they face Leeds United in the Carabao cup. The English Premier League giants Arsenal would be hoping to get a good result when they face Leeds United at Emirates Stadium.
Arsenal played against Aston Villa on Friday in the ninth game-week of the new Premier League season at the Emirates Stadium. The match ended in a 3-1 win for the Gunners with the goals being scored by Thomas Partey, Pierre Emerick Aubameyang, Emile Smith Rowe and Jacob Ramsey.
The English Premier league has played nine games since it's kick off on 13 August. The match week 9 games brought a lot of dramatic actions as Arsenal won Villa 3-1 on Friday, Chelsea screwed struggling Norwich 7-0 & Manchester United had one of their worst nightmare as Liverpool defeated them 0-5 at Old Trafford.
Three Huge Selection Decisions That Mikel Arteta Has To Make Ahead Of The Match Against Leeds United
After Arsenal's scintillating performance against Aston Villa last Friday in which the Gunners emerged victorious by a 3-1 scoreline, a tough Carabao Cup clash awaits against Leeds United in the last-16 stage of the competition. These are three huge selection decisions that await Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta ahead of the match against Leeds United and they are highlighted below.
With zero goals, zero point and nine goals conceded in their first three Premier league games this season, Arsenal found themselves languishing at the bottom of the table, one that placed a dark shadow over the future of Mikel Arteta. Following the conclusion of the International break last month, the Red contingent of North London seemed to have found their foot again as they recorded three consecutive wins which was later followed by two successive draws, before their latest 3-1 victory over Aston Villa.
English premier league giant, Arsenal FC talisman Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has been exceptional for the Gunners so far this season across all competition having been firing from all cylinders for the North London club. The former Borussia Dortmund star this season kick-started the campaign with an early life to stellar performance which made him to start regaining back the trust the Spaniard manager has in him, contrary to his last season impression about the Gabonese striker.
Arsenal secured a massive three points last night against a stubborn Aston Villa side, who have given them a tough time in the previous three matches. It was a well deserve win for the gunners, and one thing I observed in that match is that, Mikel Arteta played Thomas Partey in his preferred box-to-box midfield role, and he performed perfectly well.
Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta will look to continue his search for silverware as Arsenal take on Leeds United in the League Cup. Arsenal will host Leeds United in the League Cup on Tuesday night with a win taking them into the quarter-finals and one step closer to silverware. The Gunners have been in fine form in the league after losing their opening three fixtures, with four wins and two draws in the six games since then.
Former Arsenal player, Ian Wright has warned Arsenal manager, Mikel Arteta that he needs to change his tactics when the Gunners play the top teams, despite their Premier League 3-1 win over Aston Villa on Friday night. Photo Credit: Goggle. The former player feels Arsenal has to sit deep and adopt a counter-attacking approach, rather than attempt to press high and outplay their opponents like they did against Aston Villa.