September 23, 2021

Flops discuss crisis after Manchester City’s crushing defeat, Ozil trolls former club

Good morning Arsenal fans.

Arsenal suffered a heavy 5-0 defeat to Manchester City in the alliance, their worst start in 67 years.

The Gunners have lost their first three matches in the Premier League and have scored a total of nine goals without conceding a single goal.

City had an easy victory thanks to goals from Ferran Torres and Elke Gundogan, Gabriel Jesus and Rodri.

Granite Jaka was also sent off during the first half, which was his fourth red card as an Arsenal player.

The Gunners suffered another setback, and the players are ready to negotiate a crisis.

The talks will be led by captain Pierre-Emerick Obimiang, who criticized the team’s performance.

Meanwhile, manager Michael Artita insisted he was still the right man to get things done in the UAE.

However, examining the current situation and putting pressure on the under-fire head coach is very likely to increase.

Artita addressed the recent criticism he received during the post-match press conference.

The Spaniard said: “I have always said and I will remain the same, I have been more critical of myself and take the blame every time we lose.

“I stand here today and I ask myself questions and I have to try to have the right people around me and see every decision we make, what I do and I try to make it better. And if we believe we should have done something completely different. “

Meanwhile, Arsenal’s wanted player Willian is set to decide his future on Sunday.

The former Chelsea star has been going through a turbulent period in the UAE since parting ways with the Blues in 2020.

According to ESPN Brazil, Wenger’s future could be clear by tomorrow and he could move on to next week as the Corinthians keep an eye on him.

Arteta has admitted that the club is currently in talks with the Brazilian international agent to come up with a resolution on his future.

“We are having some discussions with him and the agent. We are reviewing the position we are in at the moment,” he said.

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