Hear what Arsenal Boss Mikel Arteta had to say Concerning tomorrow’s fierce match against Bournemouth. 

The North London champions Arsenal will be facing fellow English professional club AFC Bournemouth on Saturday the 20th of August 2022 and people are eager and can’t wait to see the outcome of the clash. Arsenal’s manager Mikel Arteta in his weekly press conference talked about the game on everybody’s mind and what he thinks of the club and the manager in particular.

Despite winning all their Premier League games this season, the manager has made it clear that the wins should not be taken seriously as they still have a long way to go and a lot of strong teams to play. He said “It’s nothing, the whole season is still to play for. We know that, we are very conscious of that and we are very conscious of the improvements we still need to make as a team to close games better, to play better and this has been our whole aim all week.”

When asked about his thoughts on what will be going on tomorrow at the Vitality Stadium, he said “It will be a really tough match. I’ve been there many, many times, I know how tough it is, and I know to expect the atmosphere to be hectic. It’s a team that is used to winning because last year they had a really successful season, and they’ve started well this season. I know Scott Parker very, very well and I know they’re going to make it a really difficult game for us.” The Arsenal boss is very hopeful that his boys will bring back home the 3 points and will give the viewers and fans a watching experience.


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