Following Arsenal's two dreadful Premier League performances, many Arsenal fans have been divided as to whether Arteta is the right man for the position, with some even calling for Arsenal to sack Arteta and hire alternative coaches, such as Antonio Conte. Although a new coach may bring about some changes at Arsenal, Ian Wright believes that changing coaches is not the solution. Instead, while speaking on PL Matchday Analysis, he said the following about Arsenal's improvement following the Brentford setback and whether Arteta is the right guy for the position. "No they didn’t, especially coming off of the Brentford game, which was really disappointing. Brentford... we know what they are coming from, we know what they are going to be like. It looked like we weren’t prepared for them. When you look at the way that Chelsea played us today and the way Lukaku played, either they were not prepared, they were not listening, or they couldn’t do what he(Arteta) wanted them to do."
With Wright's admission, it is evident that he believes in Arteta and that the issue may not be with his tactics, but with how the players apply them on the field.
Is Wright's discovery correct, and are the players, in some ways, failing to carry out what Arteta instructs them to accomplish on the field? Please leave your opinions in the comments section below. (source: Daily Mail)
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