Football News: Arteta harassed by Arsenal fans outside Emirates Stadium
Mikel Arteta once again failed to inspire his Arsenal side as the search for their first point of the season continues. Romelu Lukaku and Reece James all scored at the Emirates against gunless ‘Gunners’ who failed at home to Thomas Tuchel’s Chelsea. infoguidenigeria
The aftermath saw fans channelling their anger and grievances to Arsenals’s manager Mikel Arteta outside the Emirates Stadium, according to the the UK Metro reports.
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One supporter could be heard asking: “Arteta, was that good enough? Please leave the club.” Dollar to Naira Today
Another fan said: “Arteta, do yourself a favour. Mikel, do yourself a favour, please leave.”
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