How Arteta is reviving the Gunners’ lost spirits – Indepediente Daily Sports News

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When Mikel Arteta returned to Arsenal in December 2019, he was shocked by what he found out.
It’s only been three years since he left northern London to take time off from his football career to work for Pep Guardiola’s coaching staff at Manchester City, but much has changed in that short space of time.
The club he left behind in 2016 felt different.
The stadium, the training ground, and even some of the players were still there. But most of the spirits were sucked out of this place.
It doesn’t feel like Arsenal anymore.
Asked if he thought the club had lost its way in the official press, he said: “I can feel it from the outside. I want to take some steps to understand why.
“There will be a reason and a story behind it, and I should try to quickly understand why.
“We need to create the right atmosphere and the right energy, and everyone in the organization should have the privilege of being here. There is no other way.”
It’s been almost two years since Arteta made these comments, and she spent most of her time trying to get back inside the club’s sanctuary.
During his time as a player in north London from 2011-2016, Arteta knew what it meant to be at Arsenal.
Arsene Wenger has built the club’s reputation around the world for 20 years.
However, in the last years of the French Empire, this personality was lost.
“We need to create the right atmosphere and the right energy, and everyone in the organization should have the privilege of being here. There is no other way.”
It’s been almost two years since Arteta made these comments, and she spent most of her time trying to get back inside the club’s sanctuary.
During his time as a player in north London from 2011-2016, Arteta knew what it meant to be at Arsenal.
Arsene Wenger has built the club’s reputation around the world for 20 years.
However, in the last years of the French Empire, this personality was lost.
The Gunners boss added: “If I have to define myself, it’s one word: Unity. Without unity, you can’t achieve what we want.
“Unity means everyone who works for the organization. It’s the way we play, the way we communicate our values, the way we communicate with our fans, the way we own it.
“Everyone thinks the same way, with the same purpose, the same purpose, no personal purpose, no ego.
“That’s what we want to get. I’ll push the boat very quickly.”
One of Arteta’s biggest strengths is the ability to get players into their minds. But many also learned that he was cruel.
His first two years at Arsenal were spent trying to completely overhaul a broken team, including players with a lot of money, and he felt that he was not in the right direction to take over the club.
It took some time, but gradually everyone moved, and for the first time since his return as coach, he had his own team.
The summer exchange window felt like a big moment of redevelopment, and the six additions added a fresh and vibrant feel to the dressing room.
The changes are now beginning to pay off, with Arsenal visiting Manchester United on Thursday night to finish fifth in the Premier League, only four goals behind.
But it’s not just the situation on the field that is improving. Arteta’s work backstage was just as effective.
He has made major changes to the training ground, celebrating his former glory and reminding current players of the standards they must strive for and adhere to.
Arteta thought the corridors around Colney’s in London were too sterile, so she pasted pictures, murals and inspirational quotes on the wall and will follow soon.
A large mural that the team has to go through every day before training shows a 49-match unbeaten streak, while Arsene Wenger’s giant portrait now greets players as they enter the building every morning.

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On the bottom wall is a quote from Wenger, which reads: “Here is an opportunity to remove the greatness that is within you all.”
Asked why being on the training ground was so important for him, Arteta told Goals: “For me it’s something we’ve lost and we have to recover.
“I wanted him to have a picture and a very inspiring phrase on the door, because it was a big part of what he did in Colin and how it all started in the Emirate.
“If you just look into his eyes, it’s like he’s there. He has that ability, he enters when he sees you. It’s really useful for the players. He has to be there.”

Arteta has not yet taken an official role in Wenger, but is demanding that he return to the club in person.
What the Spaniard wants is for the former boss to be able to visit Colney London at any time and share his experience informally with coaches and players.
“I think he’ll spend a lot of time looking at the environment he can create while he’s around this place,” Arteta explained. “Something takes time, and I think it has to be timed.
“All I can say on behalf of everyone is that we will be happy to bring him closer.”
As part of Colney’s makeup work in London, Arteta moved from an office next to the main door between Wenger and Emery to a room next to an office owned by the coach and other members of the management team.
He works closely with technical director Edu and academy manager Per Mertesacker, and organizes group meetings in the open space of the new coaching area, trying to create openness and unity throughout the building.
Arteta now wanders around watching youth games and rehearsals, and with Mertesacker, she strives to bring back legends to work with the club’s youth.
David Siman has returned in recent months to help the academy goalkeeper informally, while Jack Wilshere has been given the opportunity to work for his coach’s badge while training before the start of the January transfer window.
There is a lot to do at Arsenal and the “process” that Arteta has been talking about since his return is not over.
But over the last two years, the club is now in the best form behind the scenes.
When Arteta arrived in 2019, she said she had found an unfamiliar environment. Now, two years later, Arsenal’s environment is becoming more familiar.

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