Arsenal's former captain Granit Xhaka has been nicknamed 'Captain without armband' after refusing to take up the role after being voted in by Arsenal's player.
According to Arsenal's official website, Granite Xhaka was among the players who were voted in to replace Pierre Aubameyang. Granite Xhaka refused to take up the role and opted to be a captain who will control other players without an armband. Meanwhile, Arsenal will be led by Martin Oedegard as the club's captain.
It is a boost for Arsenal to have experienced players such as Granit Xhaka around. He will instill his leadership qualities into upcoming players. He will also assist Martin Oedegard in coordinating the team to achieve it's objectives. Granit Xhaka is among the players who have done the best for Arsenal. He is determined to see Arsenal achieve more.
Do you think Granit Xhaka did the right thing by deciding to be a field captain while leaving major roles related to captain to Martin Oedegard.
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