Arsenal had just received a 0-2 defeat against Tottenham in the North London derby. This is the second consecutive loss of "Gunners" in the Premier League. Wideening, Australeta's army only won 1 point in the last 4 rounds, causing them to fall to 15th place on the rankings and very close to the "Red Light" group.

Arsenal is too bad, placing arteta or coaches that are fired earlier in the Premier League?
Arsenal have the worst start after nearly 40 years (Photo source: Internet)

Arsenal have the worst start after nearly 40 years

After the first 11 rounds, Arsenal only won 13 points, their worst achievements at this stage after 39 years. In the 1981-82 season, the "Gunners" only won 12 points after 11 rounds opening the British athlete.

Arsenal was defeated by Tottenham despite controlling the ball up to 70%, also turned the coach Mikel Areta to become Arsenal's first coach to receive defeat with the most shadow. This is the most obvious evidence for the lack of creativity in Arsenal's gameplay. After the first 11 rounds, the "Gunners" only recorded 10 goals, achievements only over 3 teams at the end of the rankings.

Failure to Tottenham made Coach Mikel Arteta set up a sad record. The Spanish strategist became Arsenal's second coach lost to both North London derby in more than half a century, after Bertie Mee in the 1966-67 season. Coach Mee later won many successes with Arsenal, but Arteta fened that it was difficult for a long time to dream about the titles.

Before this season, coach Mikel Arteta was expected by Arsenal fans a lot after helping the "Gunner" to the British FA Cup championship and UK super Cup in August. However, the former assistant of the coach Pep Guardiola is standing in front of the risk of being fired.

According to the dealers of the dealers, Mikel Arteta is a coach that is at the risk of third layoffs in the UK Premier League with a ratio of 11/2 (put 2 feeding 11). The two coaches are likely to be "flying" at this time, Chris Wilder of Sheffield (April 11) and West Brom's Slaven Bilic (2/1). This is quite understandable because Sheffield and West Brom are diving at the end of the rankings.