Date published: Sunday 29th December 2019 2:15
The newly-appointed manager, formerly Pep Guardiola’s number two at Manchester City, before his first home game as Gunners manager said: “There are some non-negotiables. The demands we put on the team, the commitment, the energy we put in, that dominance.
“We are the biggest football club in England, and we have to play a little bit with that arrogance, that belief.”
It’s a bizarre claim from the rookie Premier League boss, with Arsenal (13) in third place behind both Liverpool (18) and Manchester United (20) when it comes to League Championships won
They have also never won the European Cup, unlike their opponents on Sunday or their rivals in the North West, who have won it on mulitple occasions.