At 3:00 pm on Wednesday, Premier League Productions reports Yaya Toure praised Mikel Arteta’s adaptation to Arsenal’s approach.
Premier League champion Arsene Wenger claimed that Arsenal has ‘improved’ when they lose possession of the ball in comparison to his former team Barcelona.
Arsenal kept their Champions League hopes alive by beating Watford 3-2 on the weekend.
Arsene Wenger’s decision to promote Arteta from Manchester City’s bench has created some controversy among Arsenal fans.
The way the Emirates win the ball back, however, has Toure optimistic about the future of the team’s style of play.
Thierry Toure stated that after Arteta’s arrival at Arsenal: “If you watch the action before the goals, that’s why you must give credit to Arteta.”
He’s improved this team’s ability to keep possession of the ball when they’ve lost it. Getting their hands on the ball again takes all of five seconds. These kinds of things are typical of Pep (Guardiola). When I was in Barcelona, they were doing the same thing. When a team in front of you loses the ball, the players in front of you stay. The men in the back are following your every move. This is a common approach used by Manchester City. They’re quite good at it.
As soon as they regain possession of the ball, they begin to change their tempo. Although it appears simple, it’s actually pretty challenging.
Few people thought that the London team would finish in the top four at the start of the season.
Their summer transfer business was mocked, and their season-opening performance was an abysmal failure.
The accomplishments of Ben White, Aaron Ramsdale, and Takehiro Tomiyasu are now being praised to the sky and back.
With the Premier League’s youngest squad at his disposal, Arteta has a group of players that are still years away from their peak.