MIKEL ON NICE LITTLE LEARNER
Daily Star|December 19, 2020
First year as boss great experience for Arteta
MATTHEW DUNN

MIKEL ARTETA goes into the final game of his first year in charge believing he has gained a decade’s worth of experience.

Even if Arsenal win at Everton tonight, the best they can hope to finish the first year of his era is 13th.

The Spaniard inherited the club when they were languishing in 10th place but he has at least added the FA Cup and Community Shield to the Emirates trophy cabinet.

That, plus dealing with Covid-19, has put him on a remarkably steep learning curve.

Arteta, 38, said: “I want to believe I am much better as a manager.

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