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‘No likelihood’ Mikel Arteta retains Arsenal job after limp Europa League exit to Villarreal


Mikel Arteta has ‘no likelihood’ of conserving his Arsenal job after the membership’s Europa League exit to Villarreal.

That’s the view of Gunners fan John, who watched his facet play out a goalless draw as they had been unable to overturn a 2-1 first leg deficit within the semi-final tie on Thursday.

Arteta’s time at Arsenal could up


Arteta’s time at Arsenal may up

Arsenal will play the 2021/22 season with out European soccer for the primary time in 25 years until they bridge a seven-point hole to sixth-placed Tottenham of their last 4 Premier League video games this month.

It’s a huge ask with the Gunners languishing in ninth place and John insists Arteta should be sacked.

He advised the Sports activities Bar on talkSPORT: “I’ve by no means, ever been so bored watching a semi-final in my life.

“It was like watching an end-of-season match with nothing using on it. It was terrible. It was so flat. It was ridiculous.

Villarreal have put Arteta’s Arsenal future is jeopardy


Villarreal have put Arteta’s Arsenal future is jeopardy

“The workforce displays the supervisor’s persona. He was a uninteresting footballer. Get again to Brick Lane since you aren’t as much as being an architect, that’s for positive.

“There isn’t any likelihood he stays. As unhealthy as he’s, behind the scenes is rotten to the core.

“The recruitment over the previous few years has been disgraceful. So it’s a rotten membership. The house owners don’t care.”

John is adamant Arteta has finished a worse job than Frank Lampard, who was sacked after an 18-month spell in control of Chelsea in January.

He added: “Arteta has to go, it’s so simple as that. He’s failed like Lampard.

“Lampard did higher than him and he was sacked! This man has failed miserably. There isn’t any manner he can keep.”

One constructive for Arsenal has been the emergence of kids Gabriel Martinelli, Bukayo Saka and Emile Smith Rowe over the previous two seasons.

Nevertheless, John believes the younger gamers have been let down by senior professionals, together with Willian, who’s but to attain in 36 appearances since becoming a member of on a free switch from Chelsea final summer season.

Saka, 19, has been a shining light in Arsenal’s poor season


Saka, 19, has been a shining gentle in Arsenal’s poor season

John added: “With Man City and Chelsea rising, Arsenal couldn’t actually compete with them on stage phrases.

“Our house owners ought to have accepted our place within the desk and they need to’ve tailored doing enterprise in an identical strategy to Dortmund.

“There may be plenty of younger expertise that’s been snapped up by golf equipment like Dortmund. Possibly we must always have finished that and performed the younger expertise.

“It will have been extra thrilling for the followers slightly than paying [Mesut] Ozil £350,000-a-week, paying this one £250,000-a-week. We should always have removed them and performed the younger gamers.

“We have now utilised that expertise [this season], however sadly the older gamers have badly allow us to down.

“The recruitment with gamers like Willian are only a waste of money and time.”


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