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The Board Want Me To Push For Trophies - New Arsenal Boss Mikel Arteta




The Spanish coach is wanting to create a fast impact as he takes over at the Emirates.


New Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta says that it's a "huge honor" to require over at his former club, adding that the board has created it "very clear" that he's to vie for trophies currently that he is accountable.

Arteta was appointed Arsenal boss on weekday following every week choked with speculation and reports that he would take over as manager at the Emirates.

The former midfielder, WHO contend for Arsenal from 2011-16, can currently step in to exchange Freddie Ljungberg, WHO has taken charge of the team following Unai Emery's dismissal.

Arteta joins his former club once serving as an assistant at Manchester city, wherever he worked closely with pep Guardiola throughout a three-and-a-half-year stint.


And the Spanish coach says that he is hoping to bring trophies to Arsenal currently that he is been appointed as a manager for the primary time.

“This may be a large honor. Arsenal is one in all the most important clubs within the world.

we want to be competitive for the highest trophies within the game and that’s been created terribly clear to me in my discussions with Stan and josh Kroenke, and also the senior individuals from the club," he said.

“We all grasp there's plenty of labor to be done to realize that however i'm assured we’ll fuck.

I’m realistic enough to understand it won’t happen long however the present squad has many talent and there's an excellent pipeline of young players returning through from the academy.”

Arteta featured underneath Arsene Wenger from 2011-16, changing into an Arsenal fan-favorite within the method.

He created a complete of 149 appearances throughout his time as a gunner, grading sixteen goals whereas serving to Arsenal win each the fa Cup and Community shield on 2 separate occasions.

The coach currently returns to an Arsenal team that has return on adversity, particularly in recent weeks.


Arsenal presently sits tenth within the Premier League, seven points out of the relegation zone and 7 points far from fourth-place Chelsea.

The Gunners have won simply 2 of their last ten Premier League matches because the club has struggled underneath each emery and Ljungberg, with the foremost recent defeat returning during a 3-0 banging from Arteta's former leader Manchester city.

Arsenal can face another of Arteta's former clubs on Saturday, because the Gunners defy Everton in their next match.

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