The Spaniard’s “aura” believed that the Gunners were once again going in the right direction. Those at Emirates Stadium have endured testing times in recent years.

Arteta’s “aura”

The arrival of Mikel Arteta to Arsenal benefited everyone in the club, says Shkodran Mustafi. The Spaniard’s “aura” believed that the Gunners were once again going in the right direction. Those at Emirates Stadium have endured testing times in recent years. The modest leap from the first four of the Premier League has yet to be reversed, with the 2019-20 campaign has been formed so that it will be another one in which the north Londoners giants are left on the outside looking in. However, Arteta was returned to his natural environment in an attempt to turn the tide. He is a managerial rookie, only previously worked as an assistant to Pep Guardiola at Manchester City. But offered a reason for optimism during the first months of his tenure.

Mikel Arteta gives you a space to make your own decisions

Mustafi, whose personal form has improved amid a change in the dugout, is among those who believe that the new boss will recall the former glory for the Gunners. The German defender said on Arsenal’s official website: “Each of us has benefited from this visit.” He brought an evident personality and a clear plan of ​​how he wants to play football, but at the same time, Arteta gives you an area to make your own decisions because you are on the field, and you know exactly what the coach wants from you. “I think he also listened to the dressing room and listened to the players to find out why everything did not work out before. “Sometimes we don’t understand how difficult it is to be a coach, because you have so many people that you need to be forced to follow your aim.

It’s not easy to be a coach

“Sometimes players are joyful, sometimes players that don’t play are not so happy. So it’s not easy to have everyone on board, and everyone agrees with your ideas and philosophy. But he managed to do it, and in this short period, it has been challenging to do, but he’s doing. That’s why we created a little momentum and are heading in the right direction. “I benefited from his arrival and his coaching work. When you are 28 years old, you think that you heard everything, and then a coach comes, and you still learn and hear things that you have never heard before. He showed his aura, and his personality shows that he is so assured of the way he thinks football should be and how he wants his squad to perform.”

Before the closure of English football, against the backdrop of an outbreak of coronavirus. Arteta led Arsenal to ninth place in the Premier League table and the quarter-finals of the FA Cup.