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REVEALED: The big Arsenal problem that Mikel Arteta has completely fixed

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( Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta / Photo via Getty )

Mikel Arteta’s arrival at Arsenal in December 2019 marked a turning point for the club, particularly in their away performances. Before Arteta’s appointment, the Gunners struggled to maintain consistency on the road, often succumbing to defeats and conceding goals with ease. However, under the Spaniard’s guidance, Arsenal have undergone a remarkable transformation, becoming one of the most formidable teams away from home in the Premier League.

A testament to Arteta’s impact is the statistic that Arsenal have kept more clean sheets away from home than any other team in the Premier League in the last two seasons, with an impressive tally of 15. This defensive solidity has been a cornerstone of their success, providing a solid foundation for their attacking prowess.

Arteta’s tactical acumen and attention to detail have played a crucial role in Arsenal’s defensive resurgence. He has instilled a sense of discipline and organization in the team, ensuring that they remain compact and difficult to break down. The players have embraced Arteta’s philosophy, displaying a willingness to work hard for each other and protect their goal at all costs.

The Gunners’ away form has been a major contributing factor to their current position in the Premier League table. They currently sit third, just two points behind leaders Liverpool. Their recent 6-0 demolition of West Ham United at the London Stadium further highlighted their dominance on the road.

As Arsenal prepare for their upcoming away fixture against Burnley at Turf Moor on Saturday, 17th February 2024, they will be confident of extending their impressive away record. Arteta’s tactical nous and the players’ unwavering commitment to his philosophy make them a formidable force to be reckoned with, regardless of the opposition or venue.

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