EPL: I’ll be suspended for six months if I tell the truth – Arteta discusses Tottenham’s 3-0 defeat.

Mikel Arteta, Arsenal’s manager, has responded to his team’s 3-0 loss against Tottenham Hotspur on Thursday.

If Arteta expresses his opinion on some of the choices that went against his squad, he will be “banned for six months,” according to him.

 

After receiving two yellow cards in the first half, Arsenal conceded a contentious penalty, and Rob Holding was sent off.

 

Spurs seized the lead after Harry Kane converted a penalty kick and added another goal, before Heung-Min Son added another after the break.

“If I speak what I think, I’m suspended six months,” Arteta stated when asked about the referee rulings.

I’m permitted to present my version of events, but I have no idea how to lie.”

24 thoughts on “EPL: I’ll be suspended for six months if I tell the truth – Arteta discusses Tottenham’s 3-0 defeat.”
  1. Maybe Arteta is right but I don’t think that kind of match is a fixed match because Tottenham Hotspur dominated the game in the first half

  2. If Arteta expresses his opinion on some of the choices that went against his squad, he will be “banned for six months,” according to him.

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