The Gunners have failed to win a game in their last seven outings in the Premier League and find themselves 15th in the table. They are just four points above the relegation zone and there is a real fear that Arteta’s side could be pulled into a fight for survival. Their disappointing performances in the last six weeks have made it difficult to see where their next points in the league will come from.
Despite the fact that the Gunners are enduring a shambolic campaign, it is understood that the club’s hierarchy do not have the appetite to replace Arteta with another manager. They have full faith in the Spaniard, his methods and the project that is currently in development in North London.
It is believed that they never had the same faith in former Arsenal head coach Unai Emery. The club had reservations about the current Villareal head coach’s working style and communication both in terms of how he articulated his message in English as well as the message that he was aiming to get across.
The club’s leadership are unhappy with recent results but believe processes at the club have improved. Arsenal face a number of issues that they must address, with some of these challenges being more short-term and others having built up over a period of years.
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