Arsenal have been on a terrible form all season as they’ve lost all 3 opening premier league games this this season.
Arsenal’s recent performances have been described as unacceptable by fans and several ex players and those at the helm of affairs in the club have been put under intense pressure and criticism by the fans. Some fans have even called for the sack of Mikel Arteta if the team’s results do not get better.
Even the Arsenal top hierachy hasn’t been spared as there have been various forms of agitations for owner Stan Kroenke to sell the club.
Another individual who hasn’t been spared from criticism and pressure is Arsenal technical director Edu. The Brazilian has been majorly criticized for the club’s transfer activity in recent times as Arsenal were the highest spending English club in the just concluded transfer window but most of the players signed are regarded as not good enough to strengthen the team to the level of competing with their top rivals like Manchester City and Chelsea for example.
The recent criticism is one which Edu accepts as he’s stated in a recent interview with Sky Sports. Speaking to Sky Sports, Edu called for patience from the fans as he explained that the recent transfers made were for the future, laying emphasis on the “bigger picture”.
Edu stated that it’s not yet time to judge the new signings as in their first 3 games Covid-19 and injuries have not given the team the opportunity to play together.
“I want to see the team play together and then let’s judge the team when they play together. Then, after that, no problem. Judge us then.”
Arsenal fans on getting to know this would definitely be waiting to see if there are any improvements when the squad is injury free and everyone gets the opportunity to play together.