Mikel Arteta's Arsenal Evolution

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Sloth 2 meses atrás
I think that FA cup win was crucial for Mikel’s career at Arsenal. That cup made the board think twice before sacking him. He showed he could do it.
Dera Okoli
Dera Okoli 13 dias atrás
Nah I actually think they were never going to sack him. They’ve gone out of their way to protect him
Vince Salamander
Vince Salamander 2 meses atrás
A final is always a very important moment for the life of a team For Emery, I'm sure he did could stay far longer if he won the C3 But lose against Chelsea and lose the path to C1... It destroyed the team I think that, at the opposite, FA Cup win gave inside Arsenal the confidence that Arteta was THE guy. It's something, as French, I saw with the national team. When in 2013 we reverse Ukraine from 0-2 to 3-2 and qualify for the WC, something was born. And when we good to the Euro final in 2016. We havent been in a final since 10 years, and even if we lost we knew that we were better than Portugal... At this moment, we were sure that we have the right guy.
John Dapper
John Dapper 2 meses atrás
@Domagoj Hrgović fans across the country came back with a positive energy as they couldn’t enter a stadium for months.
anonymous 2 meses atrás
@Mak Chot we were the better team in the semi final and dominated the final, stop this nonsense
garisan sarvananthan
garisan sarvananthan 2 meses atrás
That FA cup win made me have the most faith in him and I'm willing to bet I had more faith than anyone in Arteta, even in the dark days when we were like 14th. The way we dominated city in that 2-0 game with the squad we had and just that first goal showed me Arteta had something special. It wasn't even like super quick very technical passing. It was so incredibly systematic the way the ball was moved and everyone around it. It was pure tactics. To do that against Pep's man city in ur first season, just incredible.
Aaron G
Aaron G 2 meses atrás
I think Arteta actually had the best “apprenticeship” ever, he spent the last few years of his playing career at Arsenal learning from Wenger, before moving to City and learning from Guardiola for 3 years. You can’t get much better training than that!
Karl Sylvain
Karl Sylvain 28 dias atrás
and don't forget, he was a midfield general at real sociedad, just like xabi alonso. you know he understands football!
Ryukishi07 'The Creator'
@Freddy sp But some managers do build a base, Real Madrid's success was due to Jose Mourinho's foundation, but he got sacked and the future managers took the fruits of his build up.
Freddy sp
Freddy sp 2 meses atrás
@Ryukishi07 'The Creator' managers usually gets saved by their players.
Ryukishi07 'The Creator'
@Freddy sp Zidane got saved by Ronaldo again and again, but his management always cost them the league.
Frank 2 meses atrás
Im not so sure it’s as simple as who you learnt from, I think that helps but mostly managers have their own unique styles If it was as simple as just go chill with pep for 3 years and you’ll be a top manager then we would have 100’s of top managers out there
Elia Lanza
Elia Lanza 2 meses atrás
Who would've thought that giving time to a manager may actually result in a positive outcome?
Vince Salamander
Vince Salamander 20 dias atrás
@Daarom Yes, but you oversimplified 1) even before he won something, he made quickly Man U a top 5/3 team 2) He KNEW this young guys existed, and it was the purpose of his job. He say it, that the club wanted him to do what Busby did 30 years ago. Ferguson, except the very lasts years, always thought about 2/3 years after (like in 2003 when Chelsea came in the game, bought many top class guys, and even Arsenal who were stronger than ever... Ferguson bought two 18 yo prodigies - and he won everything because of that... 5 years later)
Daarom 20 dias atrás
Ferguson won his first league title in his 6th year in charge of United after spending heavily for consecutive years. Who knows what might've happened had he not been blessed with such a gifted crop of young players.
Samuel Finkelstein
Samuel Finkelstein Mês atrás
lol facts. Zero patience todays day. look what klopp did for liverpool.
Vince Salamander
Vince Salamander 2 meses atrás
@Never Wrong I'm not sure Lampard was far better than expected his first year with baby Blues, but the board destroy his work during the summer Ole was good, once again, the board did what they want (buy CR7 even if it destroy Ole's attacking plan) It's not just about time, it's about work with coherence.
Omar A
Omar A 2 meses atrás
Not Barca or Man U
Ryoma WasHere
Ryoma WasHere 2 meses atrás
When the fans calling for Arteta to be sack, Arsenal renewed his contract because they really believe in "TRUST THE PROCESS". They deserve a shout out. No other club got the guts to support their manager to such degree.
Aniq DC
Aniq DC 2 dias atrás
@Thierry “Yoichi Nagi” Bergkamp the board offered wenger transfer money but chose not to spend because his valuation of player is outdated.
Zinetx 2 meses atrás
When **some of** the fans calling for Arteta to be sack. FTFY. More fans were backing Arteta than those who were against him. I can't remember how many times I've been called "a plastic, unfaithful, naive, stupid...etc." for trusting Mikel. Now, those same people are changing sides and supporting Mikel!
The Gaming And History Channel
@GTAVictor9128 Atletico were in crisis before he arrived and were just relegated to competing for European competitions(6th spot), and it only took 2 seasons for him to win the title, from the on it was onvious he would stay.
Sankento 2 meses atrás
@KD Burner exactly
Thierry “Yoichi Nagi” Bergkamp
@Visian Watson Unpolished "gems", you mean.
Awes Din
Awes Din 2 meses atrás
I’m a chelsea fan and after yesterdays game, arsenal are the real deal. What a squad.
Aniq DC
Aniq DC 2 dias atrás
im a gooner till die.lets be honest, it feels good to be delusional again.hope we win the league this season
Ve1 Mês atrás
@Victor Kimuyu from today's news it seems we're either getting Mudryk or Felix in January but no midfield depth whatsoever if anything costs us our title charge it might be this.
JayB 2 meses atrás
What a team. The squad isn’t there yet bro but we trying to. You guys have a better squad than us but our first 11 at the moment is as good as any
Lord Boss
Lord Boss 2 meses atrás
They lost embarrassingly today.
young savage
young savage 2 meses atrás
@Doctor Black stop living in the past
Joshua Frederick
Joshua Frederick 2 meses atrás
Edu deserves a shout. He's been such a steady leader and has been shrewd in the moves he's made and how he's collaborated with both Arteta and senior management.
BGeezy 2 meses atrás
I was skeptical of him because it seemed like he had no experience for his position. But he’s been brilliant, and as important as Arteta. Between Edu and Arteta, Arsenal has a lot intelligence at the top
msonix 2 meses atrás
If you have the chance to watch Amazon's Prime Arsenal series, I do recommend it. You can see that Arteta is a workaholic with a fiery commitment to the basic human principles of teamwork: sacrifice, commitment and fairness. Couple that with his tactical savvy and it's no wonder why players admire him.
dis kid
dis kid 2 meses atrás
it’s a big if, but if Arsenal win the league, I’d say it’s more impressive than what Peps done so far in England, he took the best team and won less than expected, Mikel would’ve taken a team outside of CL places to the title and that’s deserving of all the credit
Ace360x .MLG
Ace360x .MLG 2 meses atrás
Even if arsenal get 2nd with 90 points he has to start getting the praise like Klopp did once it started working at Liverpool
Kairo 2 meses atrás
Something that was not mentioned in the video is, that Arteta's first year had a clear focus on Defence. They often Parked the bus against big teams, but that was only to train this for the future. When defence was already "built", he started to focus on midfield and attack movements (positional play + channel movements). And lastly, Control + Pressing. Now they are able to dictate the tempo against most teams, press only when needed. Defence is the best in the league, build up play is fantastic.
Sathyan Tinku
Sathyan Tinku 2 meses atrás
@Kairo Nah man. Chelsea has been winning everything with their ready made, fast food type teams for so long. They are the second best team in England.
Kairo 2 meses atrás
@Sathyan Tinku exactly. This is how you build a successful team. No steps were skipped. Now we need quality in bench and we will compete for many titles.
Sathyan Tinku
Sathyan Tinku 2 meses atrás
I think you can even see the progress within this season. Initial few games were about pressing the teams like crazy. Slowly now they control the game with focused pressing when they lose possession. It's impressive.
Paul J
Paul J 2 meses atrás
Time given to the process isnt the reason Arteta is succeeding, Arteta is the reason time was given to the process. Not the same. Full credit needs to go to him.
Kivikesku 2 meses atrás
@Josh More He had won the FA cup already, which was quickly forgotten by the general public but not by the Arsenal board.
Paul J
Paul J 2 meses atrás
@Josh More Good point, but ask yourself whos plan it is they believed in?
Josh More
Josh More 2 meses atrás
Other boards have sacked coaches for less, the fact they didn't get rid of him is a testament to the boards belief in the plan
Ilill 2 meses atrás
C C 2 meses atrás
He's learned a lot from Moyes/ Wenger/ Guardiola and lucky to have Kroenke, who has been financially supporting him to sign players suited for his system. Emery didn't have a chance to sign many players who he deemed suited to his tactics and wasn't able to get rid of the ones who can't fit into his system
Bopi YT
Bopi YT 2 meses atrás
@Billy Feraldy Main reason I dislike Emery's Arsenal was his 'play from behind' philosophy that saw ball being passed sideways and the movement was relatively slow. Pretty boring to watch. This season, Arsenal was beaten by MU, but still I like the way they played in that game. The worst game so far this season for me was that draw at Southampton, in which the players looked very tired.
Jaip 2 meses atrás
Emery is quite boring
Billy Feraldy
Billy Feraldy 2 meses atrás
@Domagoj Hrgović he was hired by Edu and Sanllehi. Promoted from coach to manager, after Sanllehi left
UVWXYZ 2 meses atrás
@Billy Feraldy this. Noone has the right to demand others follow their plan. The ability to convincd and sell their idea is part of the job of any manager, football or otherwise
BPotato 2 meses atrás
i was backing up emery a lot when everyone want him go but im happy arteta as our manager. Backing him up a lot when when everyone want instant success
Theerapat S.
Theerapat S. 2 meses atrás
Also, the set piece coach he brought into the club is another key to this prime day. Unlike the Wenger era, Arsenal’s set piece is really effective nowadays!
T'Kenga the Grateful
T'Kenga the Grateful 2 meses atrás
Set piece improvement at both ends of the pitch. Their corners have become a highly effective weapon.
Martin Knop
Martin Knop 2 meses atrás
I agree that Mikel's 90% of the reason why things are so good, but there's also an "atmosphere" factor. I personally believe that Amazon documentary made all the difference in bringing the fans closer to the team
handriady 2 meses atrás
Nope, arteta sacking bad influence, creating good atmosphere and mentality in the dressing room did it for me. You can feel the drive from the player, the togetherness when they score a goal or when the pressure is high. Amazon series just a cherry on top. Spurs had a series before arsenal, not making a difference 😂
Matt Mobily
Matt Mobily 2 meses atrás
Perfect timing on this video release corresponding to the day Arsenal beat a team who is the antithesis to giving a manager time to develop.
Luke's Game Page
Luke's Game Page 2 meses atrás
@Sathyan Tinku Aye, no team has won more trophies this century than Chelsea. That was the case last time I checked anyway - Man City might have just overtaken them very recently (but possibly not, and none of them are two Champions League, and four other European trophies like Chelsea).
Sathyan Tinku
Sathyan Tinku 2 meses atrás
@Luke's Game Page Yeah. I feel it's kind of in their DNA to search for quick success. They have been pretty successful.
Mubanga_ 2 meses atrás
Antithesis, great word. 😎
Luke's Game Page
Luke's Game Page 2 meses atrás
Absolutely! Although Chelsea’s approach has been massively successful for them in its own right.
gameking50P 2 meses atrás
The 2 most important games for Arteta came against Chelsea: the FA Cup final and Boxing day 2020 when he was about to be sacked. It's been onwards and upwards from there
Influspot: TikTok Interviews
I’ll honestly never forget that Boxing Day win again - I thought we were going to lose!
pyrosdestiny 2 meses atrás
Anyone who watched arsenal end of last season knows why they fell apart. Injuries!!!!! We lost Tierney,Partey and several other key players at the back end of the season.
jesse williams
jesse williams 2 meses atrás
So annoyed they didn’t explicitly mention that. They made it seem like we weren’t ready when in actual fact if not for injuries top 4 was basically a lock
Joshua Wong
Joshua Wong 2 meses atrás
In other words: squad depth. We are still thin right now in that respect. Imagine losing Partey and Jesus to WC injuries and having 2 months of Lokonga and Nketiah in our 1st 11 (they're lovely lads BTW, just barely scratching it at EL level). *shudders*
Mriz 2 meses atrás
yes thats right but a team that had screamed winning culture could probably have tipped those games in their favor anyway. like mancity or liverpool. but there is only one way build that mentality and culture: win every game over time. that may be the case this season.
Will Murrill
Will Murrill 2 meses atrás
It's like the first 3 years with a new team in Football Manager. You have a system based around the players you're given; the next year you start to bring in your tactic and players to fit it; then the third year you double down on it all and have had enough time to get players in that you want
Rorisang Pitswane
Rorisang Pitswane 2 meses atrás
Sports in the United States follow the “process” model and I hope that Mikel’s success in Arsenal promotes football to adopt this model. The process model is simple, have a manager, a vision, and incremental objectives that need to be achieved over a certain period of time in order to build a squad strong enough to compete at an extremely high level for AT LEAST 5 years once the process has been completed. Arsenal’s ownership being American helped immensely with how they handled Arteta as the manager, the goal was not to succeed immediately but over time. More teams need to follow this model, rather than the run and gun “if it works it works if it doesn’t we sack” model that banks on the success the manager rather than success of the squad. For example, when Arteta leaves he’ll leave Arsenal in better shape then when he came due to the aspect of “strong foundation building” that comes along with going through a process, but with the current “sack at first sign of danger” culture then a new manager can actually leave the squad in a worser state (for example Benitez at Everton) because it focuses on maintaining and improving the current structure no matter how flawed it may be, rather than actually bulldozing the entire thing, starting from scratch and building it up to be more stable.
Brandford *
Brandford * 2 meses atrás
You missed one name who helps this strategy work and that is Thomas Partey! Without him Arsenal lost last 4 games of last season this season when he plays it simple they win or worse draw an away game. The guy is so good, that game against Manchester City you talked about is when I become a believer boy was he good in that game. I first thought he was overrated then he got fit and got a run games under him, then I realised why Arteta wanted him so much, he is Rodri and Fernandinho put together can defend and can also make that incisive pass going forward something even the great Kante, Makalele or even Essien(okay that is not true as he could do it all too but you get the picture how good Partey is) One of Arsenal’s greatest challenge is keeping him fit especially after the World Cup.
Bradley Walker
Bradley Walker 2 meses atrás
Arteta has changed everything at Arsenal. Mentality, energy, passion.. Edu's recruitment has been influenced by Arteta's clear message. Everything is functioning as it should be. This is just the start and I love this football club again!
Cristian Burgess
Cristian Burgess 2 meses atrás
Arteta was also patient. He tried implementing his tactics early on when he joined and quickly realized his team wasn’t ready to execute it due in partly to the leaky defense. So he set them up defensively in a back 3 and saw them through a lot of games until he had players who could execute what he wanted. Other managers try to implement their style right away and when that doesn’t work, the players lose faith in them and they get sacked.
Electric Elephant
Electric Elephant 2 meses atrás
It's also amazing to remember this is literally his first managerial role. Granted, he's through his 3rd year now, but it nevertheless speaks volumes about his resilience and adaptability. To just take over Arsenal and lead them to a top spot finish two seasons after is no small feat for a newcomer.
Ralph Muskinyaar
Ralph Muskinyaar 2 meses atrás
In a world where manager don’t last more than 2 seasons very often, Arteta has proven himself a good investment while being a manager with not a lot of experience in the number one position. I hope the trend continues and managers like Lampard, Gerrard and Kompany get the same treatment.
Sathyan Tinku
Sathyan Tinku 2 meses atrás
@Mahesh Prabhu Pep stated the same. He told reporters that Arteta already knew it all. Santi Cazorla in recent interview told about the time when they both were injured playing for Arsenal, that Arteta used to pause watching games and ask why something happened that way.
Mahesh Prabhu
Mahesh Prabhu 2 meses atrás
I don't think it is that simple. Arsene Wenger singled out Mikel Arteta as a shrewd tactical mind and that he has the skills to become a good coach back when Arteta was an Arsenal player. I don't think Wenger has said that of any other player that has played for him. It tells you that Arteta brings something unique to the table.
Etom 2 meses atrás
Very excited in the way The Gunners are progressing this season but the second XI performing at par to the first when heavily rotated is a concern for me
Jon Crowe
Jon Crowe 2 meses atrás
That game on Boxing Day against Chelsea where he started Saka and Smith-Rowe which Arsenal won probably saved his job at Arsenal. The turn around has been amazing. It's his first management job as well which is very impressive.
David Dcruz
David Dcruz 2 meses atrás
Arteta is not just a good tactical manager but also a good coach, able to improve players who are ready to learn and develop. You can see that in most of the squad - how individuals have improved season over season.
blocktopic 2 meses atrás
I think part of his appointment was due to the actions of other clubs. Clubs wanted their own Pep or Zidane. Chelsea got Lampard (tho they didn't have much of a choice do to the transfer ban) and United got Ole. There wasn't too much shock when Arteta got the job. Then an immediate cup win got him time and influence when he needed it
Peter Chan
Peter Chan 2 meses atrás
Jamie O’Hara claimed Tottenham had now eclipsed Arsenal five months ago. Mikel transformation of Xhaka saved his Arsenal playing career and as for the club, it’s is in a much better position with a talented and more youthful squad. The project was not obvious to the fans as he dismantled an ageing squad and had a transfer window of non activity. The culture and mood of the fans has now changed and there is real belief that Mikel is creating something special at Arsenal. The gamble he took on Saliba keeping him out on loan, needed balls and vision.
Hamish Brown
Hamish Brown 2 meses atrás
i just really love the fact that all the big decisions that arteta has made that had fans and pundits in turmoil at the time, like bringing in ramsdale and white for big big money, sending saliba out for another year on loan when many thought he was ready and selling auba, have all proved to be the right call in hindsight. the man knows what he’s doing
Dan111134 2 meses atrás
From the end of December 2020 to October 2022 (a sample size of ~ 75 PL games) Arsenal have picked up 147 points, only second to Man City. This strong start to this season isnt them in good form, this has been brewing for a while and really shouldnt come as a surprise. Arsenal are just really good
TwistedSouL 2 meses atrás
Last season I saw an interview with Ødegaard and he said, “We’re working on some stuff… we’ll be ready in about 6 months.” That was 4 months ago…
Ace360x .MLG
Ace360x .MLG 2 meses atrás
Maybe he meant January transfer window or after the world Cup. Excited to see what he meant
Patrick Correia
Patrick Correia 2 meses atrás
To me, Thomas Partey was the link the team was missing. He's the one allowing Xhaka to roam more and has been great both on and off the ball. He's basicly a new Vieira.
Efiraim S.
Efiraim S. 2 meses atrás
only team to score in every league game this season ✅ most clean sheets ✅ top of the league ✅ 3/4 wins vs top 6 ✅
Ace360x .MLG
Ace360x .MLG 2 meses atrás
@Jamie Hill conceded the 2nd least shots on goal in Europe (City are 1st)
Jamie Hill
Jamie Hill 2 meses atrás
2nd most goals scored with 31 (City leads 39) and tied for fewest goals allowed with 11 (Newcastle has played one more game and City has allowed 12).
Andile 2 meses atrás
Mikel Arterta deserves every ounce of success he is having what a brilliant manager..
Ran cu
Ran cu 2 meses atrás
I believe wenger played a role in arteta's hiring as manager. Both of them often discussed about gameplay together while arteta still his captain.
LORDZ Official
LORDZ Official 2 meses atrás
This is a great example of how owners should know when to listen to the fans and when to not. I am so thankful that the Kroenkes backed Arteta even though some impatient fans wanted him out. Arsenal are BACK!!!!
ZEN Collection
ZEN Collection 2 meses atrás
I think we should keeping eyes on Edu's negotiations as well. He is so good
Varun Srinivasa
Varun Srinivasa 2 meses atrás
I think with Mikel, you could see very early what the style of play in an ideal Mikel Arteta team would look like, and though some of the wins were scrappy, the big scalps we got on the way to the FA Cup played a big part in creating that buy-in from the club. There was shaky spell where I thought the club might not stick with him but since boxing day 2020 when we beat Chelsea I think we've continuously improved, and though there have been some disappointing cup exits and a few spells in the league where we haven't played well, overall we've grown. We're better in all phases of play - in possession, out of possession, attacking set pieces, defensive set pieces, and transition moments as well and we are deservedly top. Long may that continue.
b Lose
b Lose 13 dias atrás
I was very impressed with the Board to give Arteta time to develop the team. I certainly didn’t expect Gunners to be table leaders again. For me, this seem like a dream.
Busayomi Idowu
Busayomi Idowu 2 meses atrás
Arteta was able to convince Kroenke to trust the process, even renewing his contract when most people wanted him sacked .. I believed in him from day 1, and thank God we stuck with him ❤❤❤
Inner Circle
Inner Circle 2 meses atrás
Arsenal were extremely unfortunate in the 2021-22 season not to get 4th. Here's why: 1. Started the season with injuries & covid 2. Lost KEY players at vital times. Tierney replaced by Tavares. Partey by Lokonga and Tomiyasu. Note two of those injured in International friendlies 3. Tottenham got 6 points off Man City which you would have got something like14/1 at least for them to do. Yet Arsenal only fell 2 points behind Spurs. It wasn't a bottle job at all. If City beat Spurs at home, for which they were long odds on, Arsenal get 4th
Max 2 meses atrás
Any job, if you work under a MASTER, you will learn a lot; Not only tactics but habits, psychology and attitude of a winner. That's what he picked up and brought over to Arsenal. Now, it is just about adding depth to this squad.
Vin 33
Vin 33 2 meses atrás
Partey deserves a mention
Jimmy Opio
Jimmy Opio 2 meses atrás
As a city fan i kinda wish they win the premier league. Seeing Such improvement and beautiful football feels like should be rewarded just like Napoli in Serie A. Also feel in part why we lost that explosive 433 football with sane and become a bit dull nowadays.
Fred The Legend
Fred The Legend 2 meses atrás
@Sathyan Tinku Yes I agree with that. I never said he was a bad player or that he needs to improve, I just said he’s not as enjoyable to watch, in my opinion at least
Sathyan Tinku
Sathyan Tinku 2 meses atrás
@Fred The Legend Actually every team in the world would want someone like Haaland. I'm an Arsenal fan. I firmly believe they needed someone like him to get UCL. This is just his first season. I beleive he'll the way better than this next season. Start scoring those goals against difficult opponents.
Fred The Legend
Fred The Legend 2 meses atrás
Respect ✊, I really hope we do! It would be amazing! Yeah I agree, I used to really enioy watching Man City, but City have become (in my opinion) more machine like and less enjoyable to watch now, especially with Haaland now in the side. I still think City will win the league though
Slice12 2 meses atrás
He inherited a squad of players who were coasting on generous contracts given to them by the previous regime, players who were just enjoying London, the status of being an Arsenal player and not really being held to account for anything on the pitch. Fast forward 3 years almost everyone now in the team is an Arteta signing and that’s why it’s working. Players who were bought for a specific purpose and to fulfil his vision on how the team should construct play. These things take time, you can’t overhaul a squad overnight.
Tom 2 meses atrás
It's been nice to see the football develop on the pitch, the last few seasons. Strange to hear a vocal few call for Artetas head, when results weren't there, despite the football being played. I'm not an Arsenal fan but I'd always rather see any club play positive, progressive football, than watch a team who wants to eek out a one goal win, by not playing football for 89 minutes.
gz 2 meses atrás
hindsight 20 20, there were a lot of artetaout last season when we magnificently failed to get top 4 (and finish the season above spurs). it was clear from last season that we were on track. our goal was to get back to europe, and champions league is more like a bonus. this season, we have been more consistent and the dissapointment from last season is our fuel. we are more matured and cohesive and really can grind out result when needed. all gooners will say that we have a slim chance to win epl this season, but they journey will be amazing. josh just need to open the warchest this jan to add more depth to our squad so we can compete with city.
John Knight
John Knight 2 meses atrás
Reminds me a lot of liverpool under klopp, only difference is everyone knew klopp was a top tier manager when he came in. They’ve built the club very well
PrimaryBufferPanel 2 meses atrás
I might have my problem with the Kroenkes, but I'll always be grateful that they've given Arteta the time that was clearly needed to improve the squad. Some fans were viscerally Arteta Out when things were going poorly, but they stuck with him and now were top of the league.
Dumisani Cakwebe
Dumisani Cakwebe 2 meses atrás
A lot of credit has to go to the Sporting director and the owners for always backing the manager and sticking with his principles, even when it seemed too difficult to do so, you don’t get a lot of that in football nowadays. Credit to them for being resolute in seeing a project through.
Pony Boy
Pony Boy 2 meses atrás
I don't doubt that the 3 years at City were very useful, but both him and Pep came through la mesa, so I imagine that played a larger part in his growth. Players said that he was on it as a player before he got into coaching, so I feel its a bit disingenuous to say he learnt his trade from Pep.
jpjordan90 2 meses atrás
Very interesting analysis - I always wondered why we were good on the break but lacking while in possession. And you can see how that has changed - we were so in control at Stamford Bridge.
Santiago Martinez
Santiago Martinez 2 meses atrás
Blows my mind how even in such a thorough video, people throw around the statement that Arteta had “two 8th place finishes in his first two seasons “. The man took over in December of that first season, picking upa team sitting in the bottom half.
Jonas Filberg
Jonas Filberg 2 meses atrás
That the board stuck with him and gave him time was the key.
Aaquib Mohammed
Aaquib Mohammed 2 meses atrás
Great video only gripe I have is saying arsenal fell away last season, they did but it was due to way more injuries than the team was ready for. Which was rectified in the summer to a large extend, still additions as for any team but the core is there
A$H 2 meses atrás
Most football fans believe in a manager or player when he is obviously doing well...but when his talent was still a bit raw and he was making a few mistakes here and there they were quick ridicule gotta understand you not Gonna get the finished product all the time sometimes you gotta give the flower some time to grow
Elvis Kastrati
Elvis Kastrati 9 dias atrás
You forgot maybe the key for having a good balance in attack and defence or easier to understand, transition playing. Arteta is very good in transition play's and one player is top at this, Thomas Partey is such a great and quality player in defence and attack, also have a very good positioning on the pitch, which is very important for the team and Arteta. Good video, great stuff! 👏👍
peruinmaheart 2 meses atrás
As a Chelsea fan, I must admit, Arsenal are definitely playing well; but as a genius stated “Pep got so bored dog walking the Premier League that he created his own competition. Gave them his assistant and a couple of solid pieces to get them going”
shafreeamri 2 meses atrás
Arteta's time at Arsenal really build up the name 'trust the process'.
Paul Brendanawicz
Paul Brendanawicz 2 meses atrás
Yeah, at this point is pretty safe to say the 76ers bottled theirs
Tendai Chipara
Tendai Chipara 2 meses atrás
You will keep on posting a similar type of videos after every game week coz it’s truly amazing what’s going on with Arsenal. They might win it tbh
De Van Man
De Van Man 2 meses atrás
Again and again it shows managers need time. What we expect from managers now so quickly is madness. It can be tricky but if you believe in the individual then give them time. Look at Fergusons first few years ar united. No way would they have kept him if it were today and look at what he achieved.
SonofaColt 4 dias atrás
So glad Arteta has turned it around at The Arsenal , lots against him BUT he is now making the grumbling doubters wrong , well done Arteta !!!
Ongeziwe Besi
Ongeziwe Besi 2 meses atrás
After watching all the Arsenal games In pre-season I knew Arsenal would be special this season. My top predictions b4 the season were: 1. Manchester City 2. Arsenal 3. Liverpool 4. Tottenham I'm confident Arsenal will not slip up. Major respect to Arteta, and the recruitment team of Arsenal.
harish1105 2 meses atrás
Yeah, but how will AFTV get views now? Robbie built an empire by letting idiots yell "HE'S THE GREATEST!" or "SACK HIM!" after every result. In fact, what I like about the Arteta story is that it's the perfect antithesis of what social media has done to football and fandom. Team wins that week: "WE R DA BEST!!!1!!". Team loses that week: "SACK THE MANAGER, FIRE ALL THE PLAYERS, GET NEW OWNERS, BURN THE STADIUM DOWN!" We need to inculcate long-term thinking once again. Fans (and even players, sadly) are too short-sighted to even think in terms of a full season anymore. Expecting them to have the patience to wait the multiple seasons it takes for a manager to implement a system, iron out the kinks, teach it to the players, refine it, get the right players that suit it, refine it some more, and execute it successfully... it's impossible. Maybe that's why it worked at Arsenal. The players were already sick of the Arsenal fandom's wild vacillations and the core of the squad are young players who aren't close-minded egomaniacs looking to maximize on their prime or the trophy-hunt in the last few years of their career. They know they have time to grow, so they're willing to wait for the system to work out for them.
Zabir MH Mahdi
Zabir MH Mahdi 2 meses atrás
And also how much he has changed the club off the field as well. The concepts of redecoration of the Emirates, Coloney, Hale End.
Mr. Reese
Mr. Reese 2 meses atrás
I have to be honest, I kind of lost faith last season when they had no consistency and then had a horrible end to the season, missing out on CL football. But they had a very good summer transfer period and it seems to have paid off.
Dave R
Dave R 2 meses atrás
Arteta started from la masia to Arsene the professor onwards to Guardiola throughout these journeys he mimic to form his own style of play
👑 King Kenzo Kwansa
👑 King Kenzo Kwansa 2 meses atrás
Edu and Per are as important in this as is Mikel. The way the club is run reminds me a bit of Bayern Munich. It would be so hard to knock Arsenal off the top in coming years
HotelTwenty 2 meses atrás
as an afc fan, i think the upturn happened as quickly as anyone could reasonably expect. young manager, young technical director and young squad tasked with fixing nearly 2 decades worth of mediocrity was never going to happen in like 2 years
Roman Candle
Roman Candle 2 meses atrás
Looks like Arteta is the guy to put the Arsenal name back on top.
JJ Samuel Gunn
JJ Samuel Gunn 2 meses atrás
It's not just about blindly giving time to the manager. Arteta had a plan. Even through the bad times and defeats, we could see what he was trying to do, trying to coach the team to do. We also understood that he inherited a lot of players which couldn't or wouldn't fit into his plan. Moving them would need time. And knowing Arsenal financial situation, he couldn't get the new players he wanted until the old players were gone. Compare Arteta's starting 11 when he first became manager and the present starting 11. The only senior player that remained was the most unlikely one, Xhaka Granit, who obviously bought into the plan. And of course, the youth team graduates like Saka, Martinelli and Smith Rowe who being young were more teachable, in contrast to the so called 'big characters' like Aubamayeng. I know there were a quite a number of fans were saying Arteta out when the early results didn't go their way, but those would are aware of the performances would 'trust the process'. But I repeat it is not just about blindly giving time to the manager. If you can tell that the manager doesn't even 'trust his own process' or doesn't even have a process in mind by switching back and forth between different tactics and personnel every other week just to 'get results' then you know he isn't the right manager and should be shown out the door ASAP.
Cameron Ferguson
Cameron Ferguson 2 meses atrás
I think an underrated aspect of Arsenal's improvement under Arteta has to do with the age profile of the squad -- since moving on Band-Aid solutions like Sokratis and David Luiz, and parting with Özil, Aubameyang, Mustafi, Mkhytarian, and other past-prime players, Arteta has something resembling a lab experiment: young players whose habits and views are at their most malleable. Many are rising talents (Sambi Lokonga, Tomiyasu, Fabio Vieira) coming to Arsenal from smaller clubs; some are players who have felt stifled in their previous homes (Ødegaard, Partey, Jesus/Zinchenko); all are fully bought-in to the famous non-negotiables and the team-first ethos. Arteta is a demanding boss, but apparently a charismatic one. This team plays full of belief.
captain joker sparrow
captain joker sparrow 2 meses atrás
It's not a overnight success Arteta went through pain and suffering It's his process which turned Arsenal around Moreover all credits to him for sure
Best Football
Best Football 2 meses atrás
Arteta shows his magic
Naturelax Songs
Naturelax Songs 2 meses atrás
the management trust his process
Febrika Punthadyhatma
Febrika Punthadyhatma 2 meses atrás
He just need consistency
Justin Walters
Justin Walters 2 meses atrás
Come for the arsenal content, stay for the awesome graphics and cool tone of the video.
Mulaudzi Collen
Mulaudzi Collen 2 meses atrás
For me it's the arrival of T Partey in that middle field. It allowed xhaka to move a bit forward and also provided enough cover to allow the players around him to attack with confidence. You can even see in the confidence to keep the ball and play from the back....Partey was the main cog that made the machine
rosh.kb 2 meses atrás
part of why we ‘bottled’ top 4 last season was Partey being injured. he’s world class and arguably our most important player
drizzy 2 meses atrás
for anyone still questioning, look at the squad we had against chelsea in baku for the europa final and look at our team now.
Sohrab Chegini
Sohrab Chegini 2 meses atrás
imagine, just imagine, if arsenal manage to beat city to the title. madness!
Kevin Low
Kevin Low 2 meses atrás
While we praise Arteta as the key for building such a great team, let’s not forget Arsenal also have a great management team lead by Edu and Kroenke. I used to hate Kroenke family, but I have to eat my words now. Arsenal really do have a great team now, both on the pitch and off the pitch.
AnotherAnonymousMan 2 meses atrás
Rival fns and pundits alike haven't been paying attention to Arsenal's improvement because it wasn't results based. Now they see a team playing excellently and struggle to accept it as authentic because it looks like it's come from nowhere when in reality, the progress has been on plain sight just unacknowledged.
trajan 2 meses atrás
He proved himself with the long term building process. Next question will be can he bring top performances consistently for long term?
Beta Ray Bill
Beta Ray Bill 2 meses atrás
Differing contrasts on both managers in yesterday's clash between Arsenal and Chelsea. Graham Potter is a good manager but I'm starting to wonder will the owners of Chelsea give him the elbow room to grow just like the Arsenal board gives Arteta? Potter had a good thing going at Brighton but when a club like Chelsea comes knocking, you're not going to turn that down. Maybe it's a move too soon? Who knows? Arsenal's win yesterday was by far the most impressive, despite wins over Spurs and Liverpool.
val vcn
val vcn 2 meses atrás
He will be one of the best thing that will ever happen to arsenal in this generation the future is bright with him for arsenal
HEXORCIZT 2 meses atrás
The sheer mention of that New Years Day fixture against Man City still boils my blood
Sam Phakane
Sam Phakane 2 meses atrás
Mikel Arteta has the potential to become a great manager!!!
JM 2 meses atrás
Moral of the story - give your managers time. It doesn't help sacking the boss every 1-2 seasons.
Zh 2 meses atrás
It wasn't "nervousness" that killed Arsenal last season. It was an exhausted, thin squad that played every game with 10 men (until Nketiah came in at the end)
sporkafife 2 meses atrás
Everyone surprised that Arteta would be suited for a role in management simply don't remember his last few years as a player. He showed all the traits of being a good manager, but it's still surprising how well it turned out
melvin asogu
melvin asogu 2 meses atrás
He’s just beginning Wait till the youngsters peak
Edwin Joy
Edwin Joy 2 meses atrás
Shout out for Partey. If he played against Brighton, Southampton, Palace and Newcastle, Arsenal would've won atleast one game securing the UCL spot.
Aswin Asok
Aswin Asok 2 meses atrás
So true. Just needed 1 win
ShaneJoshua1980 2 meses atrás
I doubted Mikel and I have to say I was wrong. Last year I wondered if he was out of his depth and concerned why players kept falling out with him, but this is a guy with standards, he loves our club and feels we should be at a certain level so he prioritises the collective over the individual. At this moment in time Xhaka is his greatest triumph. I love the guy and he's been our best player of the season so far.
Thembisile Mandlevu
Thembisile Mandlevu 2 meses atrás
Can't believe Partey didn't get a mention
James Rushworth
James Rushworth 2 meses atrás
Arsenal have bought well. They got Odegaard from Real, which is a mystery to me. Also Jesus and Zinchenko. I guess it helps that Arteta worked for Abu Dhabi
Mihai Davici
Mihai Davici 2 meses atrás
I agree with what you said, as an Arsenal fan i doubted Arteta and I am happy to see the results of the process, but still, lets wait for the end of the seasons that is what matters! ARSENAL!
FootStat 2 meses atrás
Still waiting for the wolves video on the appointment of Julen Lopetegui, massive appointment in the league and not a mention whatsoever 🤦‍♂️🙄, then compounded by the quick and very well put together presentation of Unai Emery’s appointment. Not surprised though with this channels over extensive converage of select clubs (utd, Tottenham, brighton, chelsea to name a few)
Mujeeb Ahmed
Mujeeb Ahmed 2 meses atrás
Best young manager in the world right now. COYG! 🔴⚪️
Jonna 🔞 T[A]P ON [M][Y] PlcTuRE
I think that FA cup win was crucial for Mikel’s career at Arsenal. That cup made the board think twice before sacking him. He showed he could do it.
AFRESH TV 2 meses atrás
Thomas partey is the spine of this team without him the football is different
TheBrass18 2 meses atrás
I used to hate Arsenal, could not stand that. Cause I used to support chelsea then, spurs, but I like Arteta and his style, you know he really smart and hard working. I hope he wins the PL this year or a major trophy.
Clyde 2 meses atrás
as an Arsenal fan, podcaster & all around great guy.. I remember the Drogba years! All i can say is that felt good..really really good! & OH fellow gooners are invited on my podcast as guests..if you're a spurs fan..well, you can go & kick rocks 😏
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