Arsenal Fan Demands Mikel Arteta To Get Sacked And Replaced By Mauricio Pochettino
A furious Arsenal fan believes the club should sack Mikel Arteta following their thrashing to Aston Villa and replaced by either Max Allegri or Mauricio Pochettino.
Arteta described his side's defeat as the worst of his managerial career with a fan calling for him to be axed.
An Arsenal supporter rang into BBC 5 Live Sport to vent after his team capitulated at home.
Richie suggested they bring in former Juventus boss Allegri or ex-Tottenham man Pochettino during a scathing rant.
"Arteta has to go tonight" :flushed:
This #Arsenal fan has had enough after this evening's 3-0 defeat by #AVFC.
He wants to see the Gunners bring in Max Allegri or Mauricio Pochettino. @chris_sutton73 & @RobbieSavage8 can't believe what they're hearing...#BBC606 pic.twitter.com/pWIJ4nD0Mg
- BBC 5 Live Sport (@5liveSport) November 8, 2020
He said: "Mikel Arteta has to go tonight and we need to use the international break to bring in Max Allegri or Mauricio Pochettino.
"I've run out of patience and I think I speak for a lot of Arsenal fans when I say that.
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"I was never convinced in him in the first place. There's a big difference to putting out the cones at Man City's training ground and managing Arsenal.
"He should have done what Lampard or Gerrard did. That's manage at a smaller club, cut their feet, and maybe come back in a few years. It's too big of a step up for him.
"He won the FA Cup but that papered over a lot of cracks. He brought us up one place [last season].
"We've improved in defence but going forward... we haven't scored a goal from open play in the Premier League for four matches. The only goal we've scored in four matches has been a penalty."
Arsenal currently occupy 11th place with 12 points on the board, having already lost four league games this season.
Both Allegri and Pochettino are currently out of work with the Argentine manager recently linked with the managerial role at Manchester United with pressure mounting Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
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