Will an inexperienced Arteta be able to lead an ill-funded Arsenal?

Following the sack of Unia Emery at Emirate, Arsenal board talked about signing an experienced coach to managed the team and get the expected result, however, it came as news when it was announced the Gunners signed Mikel Arteta bare 3 years after he left the club as a football player.

Arsenal no doubt need an experienced coach which they had in the persons of Arsene Wenger and Emery but they still failed to perform.

But they went ahead to sign Arteta, who have only had the opportunity to coach beside Pep Guardiola as Assistant Coach at Manchester City.

To say the truth the 37-year-old is not ripe for a club as big as Arsenal just yet and he would further struggle especially with Arsenal refusing to make available adequate money need to sign better and good players.

He will put his experience to play next week when Arsenal face Bournemouth then face Chelsea during the weekend, his performance will determine how long he stays at Emirate even though he signed 3-year contract.

Arsenal are currently at the 10 spot on the EPL table and it can worsen if they lose to the Tofferees today

Interim coach Freddie Ljungberg, will lead Arsenal to the game against Everton while Arteta.

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