Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has been overlooked by Mikel Arteta for Arsenal’s trip to Everton after the club’s captain was taken off against Manchester United
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Arsenal’s season has taken another turn, as their recent streak came to an abrupt end and they have faced a harsh reality to begin with in December.
Mikel Arteta’s side had the worst start ever Premier League season, but then they turned into a team where two and a half months went by without defeat.
However, a damn failure first Liverpool blow the wind from their sails, and though they try to win Newcastle, consecutive defeat Manchester United and Everton ramped up the pressure on Arteta in just a few days,
Although Arteta will always be subject to criticism, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang seems to have let his manager down and the captain is under increasing pressure.
When Arsenal Signing Aubameyang from Borussia Dortmund in January 2018, it was a true statement of intent and the Gabonese international immediately became a handful for defenders as he repeatedly challenged for the shoe. yellow.
The form that inspired Arsenal to launch a bumper new three-year deal has dwindled since putting pen to paper, and a dramatic drop in desire and form has dented the form-scoring record. his naturally dimmed.
The numbers don’t lie, as Aubameyang’s first two seasons at the club netted 22 Premier League goals, but in the following campaign after his new contract was signed, the striker scored just 10 times in the tournament.
And, in another blow to Arsenal this season, he is predicted to hit that number again this year.
Now Arteta is under pressure to act, as Aubameyang’s situation is bringing the entire club down, and the Gunners boss doesn’t even trust his captain anymore, as he has been ousted. kicked out of Old Trafford before being left out of the clash with Everton.
Sure, being knocked out isn’t something any pundit likes to experience, but when Aubameyang came on from the bench to push Arsenal to victory with a 1-1 draw, it looked like he was on the mend. coercion rather than expressing any desire. to get out of there.
His introduction really gave Everton a boost and they always seemed destined to score, and when Demarai Gray delivered a well-deserved shout-out to win any game, Aubameyang seemed destined not missed one bit.
As Sky Sports pundit Gary Neville said after the 2-1 loss, Arsenal are likely to go awry when there’s a clear rift between Aubameyang and Arteta, and Arsenal have now issued an ultimatum as a must leave the club.
Arteta has made positive changes and is in the midst of a plan to build Arsenal back into a European side, but for the Gunners to grow as a club, Aubameyang must pave the way and they need to reinvest the money in it. a striker. it is a desire to succeed, not someone who is already settled and satisfied with what has come his way.
All good things come to an end, and unless Aubameyang makes a quick turnaround on and off the pitch, it could benefit both sides if he goes ahead and makes a crucial final move. same before hanging up the shoes.
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