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Revealed: How Arteta and Arsenal players have reacted to being called “bottlers”

Arsenal led the Premier League table for many months but they were ultimately unable to win it and a report has revealed how Arteta, and his players have reacted to being called by bottlers.

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Arsenal’s title hopes were dashed after a defeat against Nottingham Forest in the 37th game week of the Premier League, which saw Manchester City crowned as champions. The loss was a bitter pill to swallow for the Gunners, who had led the league table for 10 months this season.

Football pundits and some fans have accused Arsenal of “bottling” the title race, which has not sat well with manager Mikel Arteta or his players. However, according to a report by The Telegraph, there is a feeling of intense disappointment and sadness among the team, but there is also perspective.

Arteta has been quick to remind his players of how far they have come this season. Arsenal has made significant progress under Arteta’s leadership, finishing fifth in the Premier League last season and now securing second place with one game remaining.

Despite missing out on the title, Arsenal’s players can take pride in their achievements this season. They have shown resilience and determination throughout the campaign and have played some impressive football along the way.

The likes of Bukayo Saka, Gabriel Martinelli , and Martin Odegaard have been standout performers for Arsenal this season. Saka has contributed 13 goals and 11 assists in the Premier League, while Odegaard has scored 15 goals and provided 7 assists. Martinelli has been incredible at left wing, providing 15 goals and 5 assists.

Arsenal’s success this season has been built on a solid defensive foundation, with the team conceding just 43 goals in 37 games while scoring 83.

In conclusion, while Arsenal may have missed out on the Premier League title this season, they have made significant progress under Mikel Arteta’s leadership. The accusations of “bottling” the title race have not sat well with Arteta or his players, but they can take pride in their achievements this season. With a solid foundation in defence and talented young players coming through, Arsenal can look forward to a bright future under Arteta.

Hello there, Am Mumbere Ausbel from Uganda and I am a writer at Arsenal True Fans and I love watching football matches so much because it's my favourite sport. I am an optimistic person who usually likes to look at the good side of everything.

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