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Arsenal Football Club Is The Weakest Club In England This Season Under Michael Arteta, See Why

Besides how he trains and organizes his Club, Mikel Arteta’s mistake procedure seems to be evolving as a cautious one, and he is more afraid of losing than anything else and that’s what’s hurting Arsenal.

Three FA Cups in four years. The seventh richest club in the world.

However, it seems to be that Arsenal are far much behind from being the winners that they were once. For arsenal to even smell about winning premier league and FA cups, their ambitions and efforts needs to advance . Every season the gunners fans are left unhappy with poor recruitment and false hopes which is a huge issue on the domestic front line.

After over a year in the position you would guess it would be relatively simpler to understand what Mikel Arteta is going for when the Arsenal team sheet is announced each week by now.

Does this make sense?

I bet yes, since Arsenal have never won the Premier league for many years and haven't took the Champions League Cup. Arsenal even roll out from top three last season.

A new season comes with different challenges. You have expectations and higher hopes of competing at the top of English football and fruitfully winning silverware.

Secondly, Arsene Wenger's laziness and failure to spend enough capital in transfer moves together with the fact that he was the Arsenal chief boss for so long gets him an easy option. But Wenger turned down PSG, Real Madrid and Manchester United just to be in Arsenal.

You can argue if Arsene went to those clubs, he might have been sacked already. But on the other hand, if he got those financial powers behind him, he might already won numerous trophies too.

Asernal finds it difficult to assign best players and also the need of management.  While some of the little improvements might be for the long term good, the press will always make the most of improvements.

Thus it becomes more difficult to attract the top players in whatever role as they view Arsenal and think ok you want us now, but the way situations are you won’t be here in six months and I’ll get the chop again.

Graham Potter's team have spent most of the season fighting off fears of relegation yet based on performance metrics such as Expected Goals (xG) they’ve actually been one of the more impressive sides in the league.

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