Arteta expressed his displeasure with the league Despite Arsenal’s defeat to Liverpool, Mikel Arteta was delighted with his team’s effort.
Arteta expressed his displeasure with the league
Mikel Arteta has expressed his dissatisfaction with Arsenal’s crowded fixture schedule, which will see the Gunners play three games in seven days next month. Following their defeat to Liverpool on Wednesday night, Arsenal have a short turnaround before meeting Aston Villa on Saturday lunchtime. This gives Arteta’s team only three days of respite following the defeat.
And Arteta is even more dissatisfied with the fact that his team’s rearranged Premier League dates for April will see them face Chelsea and Manchester United in the space of a few short days. Arsenal is challenging Manchester United for the final Champions League position in the Premier League table, with a one-point lead over the Red Devils and a three-point margin between them and West Ham and Tottenham.FIFA bans the Russian National Anthem and Flag from international competitions
When questioned about Arsenal’s upcoming run of fixtures, he responded with a caustic remark. “Thank you so much to the Premier League for doing it,” he expressed gratitude.
They’ve done it again when we have to play Chelsea and Manchester United,” says the coach. So if they want to offer them any advantage, I say to them today: ‘Thank you so much for taking the time to do that.’
“Don’t be concerned about the players on Saturday; they will be there, and they will be full of energy.” They will eat and sleep well, but the Premier League deserves a huge thank you for scheduling the fixtures in this manner. “It was tremendously beneficial.”
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Arteta said that Arsenal has lodged a formal complaint with the Premier League on the schedule changes.
“Yes, without a doubt, since it is not fair. ” What they have done is completely unfair.
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There is always BT, there is Sky, there is this and there is that.” Arsenal, on the other hand, is the one who gets affected, and Arsenal is the only thing that I care [about] and the only thing that we care [about]. In addition, Arsenal is being treated unfairly.” Arteta expressed his displeasure with the league