Arsenal have lost more often with Arteta than Emery

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Mikel Arteta turns out to have poor outcome statistics as a manager Arsenal. Even worse than its predecessor, Unai emery.

With the Gunners, Unai Emery was manager from 23 May 2018 to 29 November 2019. He was dismissed after Cannon London went through a seven-match winless streak.

The tactician who is now in charge of Villarreal was then replaced by Freddie Ljungberg for a while, before finally Mikel Arteta was appointed as a replacement.

In recent times, Mikel Arteta has also been under pressure. A landslide defeat with a score of 0-3 at home to Liverpool, leaving Arsenal without a win in the last three matches.

Before being crushed by Liverpool, Arsenal also had to settle for a 3-3 draw against West Ham United in the Premier League. The draw came days after losing 1-0 to Olympiacos Piraeus in the Europa League – although he could still qualify.

Judging by statistics, Mikel Arteta has now handled Arsenal in 74 matches in all competitions since December 20, 2019. He has a winning percentage of 51.35 percent with 38 wins, 15 draws and 21 defeats.

The record is still inferior compared to the period Unai emery who has a winning percentage of 55.1 at Arsenal. The details are 43 wins, 16 draws and 19 defeats from his 78 matches before being sacked.

Indeed, Mikel Arteta is at least superior in the number of trophies achieved after being able to present the 2019/2020 FA Cup and then the Community Shield. Meanwhile, Unai Emery could ‘only’ bring Arsenal to be runner-up for the 2018/2019 Europa League.

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However, with the situation Arsenal currently, in particular because they are still wrestling in 10th place in the Premier League standings, Mikel Arteta obviously have to be alert and remember fate Unai emery who was sacked after 78 games. Four more matches Arteta will reach the same tally.

(krs/nds)

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