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Arteta Reveals His Next Challenge At Arsenal

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Arteta admits his next challenge

Arsenal Manager, Mikel Arteta admits his next challenge is to stop Arsenal from being just a cup team.

Gunners boss Arteta lifted the FA Cup in his first season in charge and remembered fondly lifting the trophy as an Arsenal player.

Those cup successes were major turning points for the club as back in 2014 Arsene Wenger’s side saw off Hull City to win their first trophy in nine years.

Arteta then pulled off a hugely impressive win over Chelsea last summer to secure a European place and also win the FA Cup for a record 14th time.

They now face Southampton twice in four days and Arteta admits that a bigger test for any team is to be consistent and reach “crazy” levels over the course of a season.

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Arteta said: “The first time I won it was one of the nicest moments. It was nine years that the club did not win a trophy.

“The unity we created that year, everybody was putting pressure on and wanted to do it because it had been so long. We all wanted to do it for Arsene as well because he really protected all the players.

“It was one of the biggest satisfactions, as a group to deliver that to the club, and you could see the reaction of the fans on the parade the following day, and for Arsene as well I think it was a moment of gratitude from all the players towards him.

“When we beat Chelsea last year it generated a lot belief among the team that we could compete against any team

“It was just a step, to do it consistently now for 10 months is a completely different story.

“But it was great and personally to deliver that to the club, in a really difficult year when we started with this pandemic, just to be able to provide some happiness to the fans is what the job is all about, just to make some people happy and proud of what we do.

“You have to train to win every single day, to be better, to pay attention to a lot of details, to try to improve in every aspect of the game, and to take your level to excellence.

This post was first published on GoalBall.

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