Arsenal announced to the world last night that their head coach Mikel Arteta had tested positive for corona virus and this news surprised the football world and this, and another increasing number of cases have seen the Premier League get suspended for atleast a month.
Mikel Arteta has been Arsenal’s boss for three months now and he looked to have finally started helping the club climb up the table but he, the players and the staff of the gunners will however have to be quarantined for the next two weeks before everything can go back to normal at the London Colney due to the COVID-19 virus.
Arsenal head coach Mikel Arteta has in the meantime sent the fans a heartfelt message, thanking them for all the support that they’ve given him in the last few hours. He also shows support to the Premier League and thanks them for taking the necessary measures in order to tackle this virus.
Thanks for your words and support.Feeling better already.We’re all facing a huge & unprecedented challenge.Everyone’s health is all that matters right now.Protect each other by following the guidelines & we’ll come through this together.Well done PL for making the right decisions pic.twitter.com/0rnwHmQWha
— Mikel Arteta (@m8arteta) March 13, 2020
“Thanks for your words and support.Feeling better already.We’re all facing a huge & unprecedented challenge.” wrote Arteta on Twitter.
“Everyone’s health is all that matters right now.Protect each other by following the guidelines & we’ll come through this together.Well done PL for making the right decisions.”
The gunners will be hoping that Mikel Arteta recovers from the virus and it will be interesting to see if the Premier League will indeed reopen next month as the chances of making the season null and void are extremely low when there’s a title race, top four and six race and relegation battle at stake.
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