SHOCKING NEWS: coming from Fabrizio Romano, Arteta has blasted his player after a disappointing performance, telling the media that the player will “never see the starting XI again” under him. He really”let the team down” with his performance, and Arteta is clearly not happy. This is not the first time that Arteta has publicly criticized a player, and he is known for his tough love approach. Arteta Blasts Player After Disappointing Performance – ‘Never See the Starting XI Again’ Under Me”.


Football pundit Paul Ince believes that Arsenal’s players will be deeply disappointed after witnessing Liverpool snatch a dramatic last-minute victory against Nottingham Forest on Saturday, March 2nd. Despite appearing poised for a draw, Liverpool secured a 1-0 win with Darwin Nunez’s stoppage-time goal in the 90+9th minute. Had Liverpool failed to win, Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal would have had the chance to draw level on points with them on Monday, March 4th.

However, Arsenal now only have the opportunity to narrow the gap to two points in the Premier League standings if they defeat Sheffield United on Monday night. In an interview with talkSPORT, Ince expressed his belief, stating, “Arsenal will be absolutely devastated because the players will be watching the Liverpool game thinking it’s 0-0 with 96 minutes gone, and Liverpool get the 1-0 in the 98th minute. It knocks you back. But this is what the run-in is all about, you have to keep your nerve.”

Following Liverpool’s triumph, Manchester City also ensured they stayed in step with Jurgen Klopp’s side by defeating Manchester United 3-1 on Sunday, March 3rd. Arsenal cannot afford any missteps at Bramall Lane. The Gunners are undoubtedly the favorites heading into this fixture, having won each of their last six Premier League matches. During this streak, Arsenal scored 25 goals and conceded just three. Additionally, they are facing a Sheffield United team currently occupying the bottom of the standings and are likely candidates for relegation this season.

Mikel Arteta, the Arsenal manager, has set a target that he believes the team must achieve to have a chance of winning the Premier League title. Arteta asserts that Arsenal must accumulate at least 90 points this season. So far, the North London club has amassed 58 points from 26 matches. With 12 games remaining, Arsenal would need to win approximately 10 more matches to approach the 90-point mark. Arteta emphasized, “The demands, you might have to win every game. I don’t know. I have no clue. There are a lot of games and we are all going to have crazy schedules, and this league might be different to last season. Anything under 90 points I think would be very difficult.”

Last season, Manchester City clinched the title with 89 points, five more than Arsenal, who finished second. In the 2021/22 campaign, Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City narrowly edged out Liverpool to claim the title by a single point after accumulating 93 points.

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