‘He keeps us tight’ – Arsenal star praises Mikel Arteta’s off-pitch management
Arsenal goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale has praised Mikel Arteta’s management and explained how he handles a young Gunners team.
The north London side has the youngest team in the Premier League, but tops the league table. The players may be less experienced than the rest of the team, but they have shown their spirit and maturity at different points in the season.
Lumsdale, directed by Arteta arsenal Player being checked. The British goalkeeper said (via Football Daily):
“I think that’s where the manager and the coaching staff come in. He’s probably putting us in tight chains. A quick pull, and we’re back to where we were. Young teams, young players so When you’re doing well, you can easily get ahead of yourself.”
“But when you have a boss as our manager, it’s kind of hard to get out of the line when you instill a fear factor in the team, but when you do, he gives you a little quieter word. It’s not the end.” Again, making mistakes is part of football and life, but he makes mistakes in different ways, different individuals.
Arteta was appointed Arsenal manager midway through the 2019-20 season following the sacking of Unai Emery. He won his FA his Cup in his first season, but finished his 8th, 8th and 5th during the season. Premier League in his first three seasons.
However, Arsenal’s hierarchy has stuck with their previous players, with Arteta now leading the standings with the Gunners five points ahead of Manchester City.
Arsenal prepare to face Crystal Palace to consolidate league standings
The Gunners will host Crystal Palace in the Premier League on Sunday (19 March).A win would extend their lead at the top of the table to eight points city of manchesterthe person who holds the game.
Meanwhile, Palace are unbeaten in 11 league games and have sacked manager Patrick Vieira ahead of the Arsenal clash. The Gunners have defenders William Saliba and Takehiro Tomiyasu uninjured. But they would fancy a chance to secure all three of his points against the Eagles.