You get to 'bisect the heart' of an Arsenal's fan right now,all you can find out is some sort of disappointments together with hopelessness and nothing to do with positivity in regards to the club's recent performances or even the whereabouts of the upcoming next fixtures.
However,for the club's manager Mikel Arteta,he has to do something in the next five fixtures for him to secure his job amid the shock links of a move for Antonio Conte as his replacement including Sam Allardyce(Big Sam).
I think there will be lot of sympathy for Arteta on the latest Chelsea game being without nine players but he can't be waiting on a fully squad.
Will the returns of some of the key players be of beneficial in securing his job in this window of mercy?
Since the new latest signing from Real Madrid,Odegaard has been confirmed to be available for the Westbrom game tomorrow.While Lacazette,Martinelli,Gabriel and Tierney are back in the training squad.Thomas Partey to be expected back in training as from next week therefore being in contention for the Norwich game.
Finally what must Arteta do to secure his job and could it be possible for him to get the way out?
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