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Arteta’s big transformation of Arsenal despite not winning the Premier League title

Arsenal failed to beat Manchester City to the Premier League title but there has been a lot of transformation that Arteta has done over the recent season.



( Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta / Photo via Getty )

While Arsenal’s pursuit of the Premier League title fell short against Manchester City, there’s a significant achievement that deserves recognition: an impressive defensive record that echoes the club’s golden era.

The Gunners kept a remarkable 18 clean sheets throughout the 2023/24 season, a feat that hasn’t been matched since the 1997-98 season, when they achieved a staggering 19 shutouts. This defensive solidity was a hallmark of Arsenal’s title challenge, showcasing a newfound resilience and strength at the back.

This achievement highlights the evolution of Mikel Arteta’s squad. They’ve transitioned from a team known for its attacking prowess to one capable of stifling opponents and controlling the tempo of games. The clean sheet record is a testament to the defensive organization, tactical discipline, and individual brilliance of Arsenal’s backline.

While the Premier League title ultimately eluded them, Arsenal’s defensive dominance offers a glimmer of optimism for the future. Their ability to shut out opponents with such consistency is a foundation upon which they can build a sustained period of success. The echoes of a past era, reminiscent of the invincibles of ’97-’98, suggest that Arsenal is on the path to reclaiming its status as a defensive powerhouse.

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