Arsenal manager, Mikel Arteta has come out to say that the club’s overhaul must be ruthless. He recently revealed that Rome was not built in a day, and things will definitely improve over time.
According to him, the project he is in charge of at the Emirates stadium has its phases, and Arsenal is in a much better position today to be where it plans to be very soon.
He added that the London club must realize what the team has, see what can be done with it, and maximise it to get what the club wants.
His words, “This year is not year one,”
“I think a project has its phases and I am telling you we are in a much better position today to be where we want to be very soon, if we do what we have to do. But we have to be ruthless.”
“We cannot be crying and stuck on what we don’t have. We have to see what we do have and maximise it to get what we want.”
“I want to share the pain that we are all feeling. [The fans] have been incredible with the team and incredible with me since I arrived and I have to show my appreciation first of all.”
“I know their disappointment. We are here to give them joy, to give them moments where they can feel proud of what we do. We were able to do that last season and we haven’t this season.”
“We are the ones who have to give them something to cheer about. I don’t think it is time for us to demand anything from them.”
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