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Arsenal boss Arteta admits Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester are too strong, but is aiming for Everton’s emotional return in fourth place

Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta said he wanted to keep his emotions open at Goodison Park and turn his spectators into Everton’s struggle.

Former toffee midfielder Arteta He will take his Gunners side to Merseyside on Monday night with the aim of resurrecting their bids to qualify for the Champions League.

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Arsenal Boss Arteta says he is looking forward to a trip to his old club EvertonCredit: EPA
Everton boss Benitez is under pressure after eight unwinning runs

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Everton boss Benitez is under pressure after eight unwinning runsCredit: Rex

Arsenal Lost to Manchester United’s old enemy in the middle of the week Then, at the 7th place on the table, start the game 4 points away from the top 4.

Rafa Benitez Everton Running eight prim games without victory, their supporters are losing patience on the flirting side in the drop zone.

Arteta who played for Everton for 6 years David Moyes, Says: “I was in Goodison at a great moment. The atmosphere as a player is great.

“It’s pretty hard to assess what’s really happening on TV, but I think it’s hard for them to play when the crowd isn’t on the team.

“I personally know Rafa Benitez. From his experience, he knows much better than I do about how to deal with this situation.

“But when you’re competing with a manager under pressure, you have to go from toe to toe because they definitely do the same thing.”

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Despite their contradictions, Arsenal have shown this season to be a match against the majority of teams in the division, with the exception of the title-following trio Manchester City. Liverpool And Chelsea.

He states: “Looking at the league table, the top three teams are really consistent and win by a big margin.

“They look better than others, and it’s clear that there are gaps there.

“But for the group of teams behind them, there is a lot of balance between us, not much.

“So now we need to find consistency in the results and go to the top four.”

And Arteta believes it’s midfielder time Thomas ParteyLast year, he signed with Atletico Madrid for £ 45m, proving his value after the frustration of an injury.

The Spaniards added: “Supporters have seen the quality that Thomas can bring. They want to see it more often.

“Frustration has nothing to do with the money we paid him, because he can produce more and he knows it.”



Arsenal boss Arteta admits Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester are too strong, but is aiming for Everton’s emotional return in fourth place

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