Arsenal have now sacked one manager after their long serving manager Arsene left the club. Now former Arsenal captain Mikel. He's now in charge of the football side of the club as the head coach. Which means he's been trusted to turn clubs fortune around.
Next in line for Arteta is a tough season already turning into nightmare. As he already wasted an opportunity for an early qualifications. Into Europa league semi finals, by a one goal draw against Slavia at Emirates Stadium.
He's however dimmed to make his efforts count when he travels to Czech republic. For the second leg of the quarter finals, to try make it into the semis. Meanwhile Arteta to some extent has brought in glimpses of future success.
Not by winning Community shield or FA Cup already but by the vatue of leading, the club into the right direction. In terms of bringing in young talented players into senior team. These saves money for not going into the market for the club.
As per BBC Sports Correspondent David Ornstein, on Arteta's future at the club,"Arteta is at the centre of a new era for Arsenal. That they hope will come to fruition and improve over time. They're building the project around him. The technical director Edu, the owners the Kroenke's.
They hope that in time and with transfer makerts-plural. That Arteta will prove to be the right man for them." He concluded as per Daily Cannon.
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