“Be fighters, not victims!”: Mikel Arteta acknowledges that Arsenal must “watch out” for the threat of relegation and urges its players not to use “excuses and negativity” after their worst start to the season in forty-six years
- Mikel Arteta has given his below-average Arsenal stars a rally cry
Mikel Arteta gave his underperforming Arsenal stars a rally scream when the Gunners boss urged his players to be wary of relegation given the club’s worst start to the season in 46 years.
The team in north London has had a hot Premier League season so far. Saturday’s defeat at Everton extended the Gunners’ winless run to seven league games.
In this form, the pressure has increased on the Arsenal boss who wants to monitor a dramatic increase in performance if the Gunners are to climb on the table while nervously lingering over the relegation spots.
Mikel Arteta has given his subpar Arsenal stars a rallying cry
And Arteta has admitted relegation poses a real threat to its players under attack.
“If you’re in this position and have the points we have right now, we have to look and be careful,” he said. “Because we didn’t have much time in this position.”
More will follow.