Premier League: Mikel Arteta awakens “pain and a desire for revenge” in Arsenal: his “plot” to go after City
tohe Arsenaltrained by a Spanish technician Mikel Artetahad won 0-2 to Newcastle In a decisive match for “Arsenal” was able to continue the struggle with the strong Pep Guardiola Manchester City for the first place in the Premier League.
Aaron Ramsdale reveals that Arteta motivated them against Newcastle in the All or Nothing documentary
Aaron RamsdaleThe Arsenal goalkeeper revealed the tool that Arteta used to stimulate the dressing room in a special way to face Newcastle.
Arteta gave his players Amazon Documentary “All or Nothing” He reminds them of the difficult defeat they suffered against Newcastle last season.
“It gave us extra motivation. We are fighting against Manchester City to do something special and I think it gave us something more,” Ramsdal admitted in the video, to update Arsenal’s defeat against Newcastle that cost them qualification to the Champions League.
He showed us all our faces and reminded us of how much pain we felt. We had an urgent wish that today would not be the same
“He showed us all our faces and reminded us of how much pain we were in,” explained the England international goalkeeper. “We had a burning desire that today wouldn’t be the same.”
Mikel Arteta explains why to his players with an Amazon documentary, All or Nothing
Mikel Arteta’s goal with this video to remember the difficult defeat against Newcastle was that “we had to feel it. It wasn’t enough to talk about it, we had to feel it, see it, recognize our faces… that feeling we didn’t do enough that day.” , and we had to fix it. The word was pain and then the desire for revenge. And I think they had that in their stomachs today.”
We had to feel it. It wasn’t enough to talk about it, we had to feel it, see it, recognize our face… That feeling that we didn’t do enough that day, we had to fix it.
“When you have the emotions we had last year in that dressing room, you have to feel them again, realize how annoying they are and then find a way to approach the game differently because the demands would have been different than last year’s,” said Spanish coach Arsina. They did very well, so I’m very proud of them.”