Premier League side Arsenal are currently finding their lost form back after pulling up a respective back to back wins, both in the league and EFL cup, but their fans are asking for more from head coach Mike Arteta, whom they still believe is too good to be on the bench, despite his role and age.Despite managing to collect a bunch of young and talented midfieders, Arsenal fans still believes that Arteta can do more on the pitch, than most of his players, this was after a training session video went viral on Social media platform Twitter, with the Spaniard showing some scintillating techniques, right before they tackled on AFC Wimbledon, but until derby day fans are keeping themselves entertained by watching Arsenal training footage."Still better than half of them," Said one Arsenal fan of the boss. "Showing more mobile that Xhaka". Another user replied.
"He's gonna fed up and sub himself in at some point this season, I just know it." Predicted another supporter on the 39-years-old.
Ahead of Sunday home clash with Tottenham Hotspur, the Gunners have gathered enough courage to cause more trouble to Nuno's limping side, who have slipped 3 times in their current 3 games.
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