Arsenal have improved from finishing 10th last season to finishing 5th and qualifying for the Europa League.
Even with this progression, there is a sense that Arsenal should have done better given the situations they found themselves in after each match. Arsenal's inexperience, according to Paddy Kenny, has cost them.
"They need an experienced head in there,
"Maybe one or two players who have been there and done it. I think that is what has let them down in these last few weeks."
Kenny emphasised Arsenal's loss of grip on the top four in their last two games before Everton due to a lack of experience, adding,
"There were no calm heads on the pitch against Tottenham or Newcastle. They lost their cool completely, which was disappointing and a huge development.
"In those moments, you need a calm head to settle everything down and I don’t think Arsenal have that."
Paulo Dybala, Arthur Melo, and Alvaro Morata are among the experienced players linked with Arsenal. Is it true that Arsenal's lack of experience has been a major setback?
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