Arsenal failed because of Arteta’s mistakes

The best coach Mikel Arteta gives Arsenal in the second half of the 2019/20 season. They have never lost 4 consecutive home matches at home in the Premier League since 1959. However, that catastrophic achievement appeared in the 2020/21 season.

In the last 10 matches in the highest tournament in the fog, the representative of London lost 7 matches. Arteta is a name loved by the management and fans of Arsenal. However, that is not enough to help the Spanish teacher immune to the penalty of dismissal.

The Emirates Stadium team is on a long slide, and coach Arteta seems to have not found a solution to save the situation. All are talking about Granit Xhaka’s red card hurting Arsenal. If the Swiss midfielder is not disqualified, they may find more positive results against Burnley.

In the last game in 30 minutes, the host uses the priority and creates a feeling of being able to break. However, Coach Arteta is responsible to Burnley. He was misused when giving the opportunity to the procedure brought psychological instability and relevance.

Legendary Thierry Henry had a reason to turn off the TV when he saw Granit Xhaka wearing the Arsenal captain’s armband. Such a professional and bad-tempered player is not worthy of being a leader, a spiritual support for his teammates.

Coach Arteta turned down the chance of Ainsley Maitland-Niles. Who was an impressive player in the Europa League and gave the opportunity to Xhaka to pay a heavy price.

The 38-year-old strategist also left many question marks. When he still ranked Willian, Hector Bellerin and Alexandre Lacazette, although they performed poorly.

Are the Spaniards reluctant to choose personnel? Or does this ruler himself face invisible pressure to use the older cards and decline again? After the defeat of the North London derby against Tottenham, many predicted that coach Arteta would purify the squad.

However, the Arsenal squad to play against Burnley had only one change. It was Mohamed Elneny who replaced the injured Thomas Partey. Young players excelling against Dundalk in the Europa League. They deserved to be given the chance by Coach Arteta, the last thing that didn’t happen.

Just four months ago, Arsenal also raised the FA Cup championship title. After the 12th round of the Premier League season 2020/21, the London team faced a potential relegation battle.