Arsenal has received a lot of criticism from football fans over the years. But Mikel Arteta has brought in changes to the club.
As of recent news, Aaron Ramsdale has been called up for England.
He has started 8 times for the Gunners and has kept 5 clean sheets. He also has 25 saves. (Source: premier league)
Are Arsenal finally on their path to redemption?
Football fans and even many Arsenal fans criticised the club. The Gunners spent the most in terms of signings this season. They even lost against Chelsea and Spurs ( club friendlies).
Brentford, the newly-promoted side also won against them in the first game week.
After much patience, Mikel Arteta and co made a comeback. In their last 8 games in the premier league, they have more points than any other team.
They are unbeaten in 10 games and also thrashed Spurs 3-0 along the way.
Where does Arsenal come in the list of best Premier League clubs?
The Gunners have been criticised over the years but nothing will change their history.
Manchester City won the league with 100 points but did not go unbeaten. Liverpool came close to winning unbeaten in 2018/19 but eventually, Watford broke their streak.
Only The Invincibles have the record of being unbeaten. In the 2003/04 season, Arsenal under Arsene Wenger was undefeated. They won the title with 90 points. This feat made Arsenal very reputable and respected.
After 2 seasons, they even reached the UCL final where they lost to Barcelona.
The club has also won 13 league titles and a record 14 FA Cups.
Despite not winning the Champions League, they rank above Chelsea and Manchester City.
Liverpool and Manchester United are definitely amongst the top 2. When it comes to the past 10 years, Chelsea and City are better. But when it comes to history Arsenal are better.
1) Manchester United
Certainly, The Gunners are not any “banter club”. The board along with Mikel Arteta have planned for the future. Their youngsters have the potential to turn Arsenal into contenders for major titles again.
What’s next for the Gunners as they return from international break?
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