Arteta; is he the right man to take Arsenal back to the top?

Tweet By Sam Wigram Featured image credit: Wikimedia Commons Unai Emery was relieved of his position after a dismal start to the 2019/20 season both domestically and in Europe which resulted in them dropping into the bottom half of the Premier League table. The Gunners’ struggles continued under interim boss Freddie Ljungberg before Arsenal turned to former player Mikel Arteta to become manager. Although the corona virus crisis has brought the football season to a halt, there is a feeling of optimism coming out of the Arsenal camp once again…

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Manuel Pellegrini: the manager that needs to evolve with the times

Tweet “I’m certain we will achieve it [top-six finish]. If we don’t this season then this is a year of preparing for trying to do it next season.” That was what West Ham United manager Manuel Pellegrini promised just eight months ago, yet looking at the statistics, they are fortunate not to be in a relegation battle. The Chilean manager’s appointment back in summer 2018 filled the Hammers supporters with optimism that they could push into contention for a top seven finish. According to Transfermarkt, Pellegrini spent £84.51million in his…

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