The Gunners suffered an humiliating 3-0 loss at home to Liverpool in the Premier League on Saturday as the London giants continues their search for consistency.
Mikel Arteta’s side barely got to control the match with only three attempted shots, as the defending Champions ran all over them.
The Liverpool pressure eventually told in the second half when Diogo Jota scored twice and Mohamed Salah scored for the Merseyside giants.
The result meant that Liverpool climbed to fifth in the league table, while Arsenal are ninth in the standings facing a huge ask just to even finish in the European positions.
This occurrence may signify that Arteta might need to implement some urgent changes into his squad to get them in a firing form again.
FIND A STABLE BACK FOUR
Finding a stable and reliable back four might be the most important thing on Mikel Arteta’s to-do list at Arsenal for the remainder of the season.
The Gunners are currently struggling with finding stability in defense as the team keep on battling with defensive errors and instability at the back.
A stable back four will ensure Arsenal concede less goals than before as well as improving the dynamics dynamics the team.
IMPLEMENT A KEY LEADERSHIP SYSTEM
An effective leadership system amongst players while on the pitch will also help Arteta get Arsenal back to form.
Arsenal have had several cases of individual errors and defensive indiscipline all through this season which costed them vital games
Setting up a good leadership system will ensure Arsenal players are more disciplined on the pitch of play and ensure players adhere to key tactical instructions during games.
GET AUBAMEYANG BACK TO TOP FORM
Getting Aubameyang back to his apex form as fast as possible will also be influential to the rest of Arsenal’s season.
The Gabonese striker has been on a bad run of form recently. Due to this, he had to be rested and be placed on the sidelines against Tottenham.
Unfortunately, it didn’t seem effective as the Striker ghosted against Liverpool on Saturday night and failed to record a single shot in the game.