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Arsenal: Piers Morgan claims Patrick Viera should replace Mikel Arteta

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Pier Morgan has claimed Patrick Viera must take on the manager role at Arsenal replacing Mikel Arteta. This comes just after Arsenal’s poor run of form in the last month. Arsenal have managed to lose 4 out of their last 5 games and only scored twice.

Placed at 6th position, Arsenal have accumulated 54 points in 31 games and are at 6th place. They are fighting for the top 4 to ensure Champions League Football, A competition they haven’t played since 2017. However, Tottenham and Manchester United are above them, Although Arsenal do have a game in hand.

Arsenal have been in a poor run of form recently. About a month ago, they almost confirmed their Champions League football. However, Arsenal in prime fashion have made their reality into a dream. With only a handful of fixtures left, it would be very difficult for Arsenal to push back into the top 4.

Owing to the poor run of form, Piers Morgan has tweeted against Arteta. He wants Viera to take on the role. The tweet goes like, “Trust the process!’ No thanks. #ArtetaOUT #VieiraIN.” Soon after the tweet was deleted.

However, Viera is inexperienced and is still learning the ways. Viera has managed to cause some upsets in the League by defeating the North London clubs- Tottenham, and Arsenal.

Arteta has been very instrumental for Arsenal and with the Summer transfer window coming in the next months, It would be a bad decision to sack him. He deserves one more season and complete backing from the board to find success and bring the club back to where they belong.

Arteta disappointed

Arteta was disappointed after their recent loss against Southampton. He went on to admit the side are struggling from poor form these last couple of matches.

He said,

“They are really down today, and they are down because they cannot find the right answer apart from what we can do better around the box, and not to win the match, when asked how his players feel after the loss to the Saints. “That’s the frustration – when somebody is better than you you shake their hands and you have to do something, you have to believe yourself you have to be critical of yourself.

But when it’s happening the way it happened – apart from 25 minutes against Palace, and some period against Brighton in the first half – it’s very difficult to explain, and accept.”

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