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Arsenal, stats that crashed after 61 years

Arsenal, after 61 years of stats dropped, British fans brought high criticism to Arsenal management. The London team has been craving for the championship in the Premier League for years.

Arsenal suffered 4 straight defeats at home for the first time in 61 years. In the 12th week of the Premier League, Arsenal hosted Burnley on its court. The away team scored 3 points and won 1-0.

Arsenal suffered their 4th consecutive defeat at home for the first time since the 1959-60 season.

Arsenal started the season failing to meet the expectations and broke new ground in 61 years with the loss to Burnley, which it hosted at the Emirates Stadium.

Burnley won 1-0 on Pierre Emerick Aubameyang’s own goal in the 73rd minute. Granit Xhaka, who received a red card in the 58th minute in Arsenal, left his team with 10 players, Burnley increased his score to 9, while Arsenal ranked 15th with 13 points.

Arsenal, The Only Avengers in the Premier League Nickname

Arsenal are known as Premier League Nickname Single Avengers. The fans of the London football team, who miss the days to be missed, criticize the failures of recent years. The London team, which lived its last championship in the Premier League in the 2003-2004 season, caught this success without defeat. That’s why Arsenal was named ‘unbeatable’.

At the end of the 2003-2004 season, Arsenal won the league without defeats in 38 games played in the league and the cup, and Arsenal is the hardest record in the history of the league. Only two teams in Europe’s five major leagues have achieved the same success. In the 1991-1992 season, Milan saw no defeat during the 2011-2012 season, and Juventus throughout the season. Although Celtic closed the season undefeated in the Scottish league in the 2016-2017 season, we should not enlarge their situation too much. As you know, the quality of our football with 12 teams is more than the mediocre Super League.

Wenger’s undefeated team took part in the 4-4-1-1 formation throughout the season, winning 26 matches in the league and remaining together in 12 of them. That team had Lehmann in the castle, two giant Campbell and Toure in the middle of the defense, Cole on the left, Lauren on the right, captain Vieira on the midfield, Gilberto next to it, Pires on the left and Ljungberg on the right.

Bergkamp and Henry were the team’s goal guns. Arsenal’s longtime journalist Michael Cox explains that opponents playing against such a strong team on the left are focusing on the trio of Cole, Pires and Henry, which creates time and space for Lauren and Ljungberg on the right. Arsenal is a good counter-team, Bergkamp’s lethal passes, Henry’s speed and finishing hits are the perfect weapon of the away …

What are Arsenal’s undefeated roster doing now?

Jens Lehmann

Protecting his team’s goal in all matches in the league, the German goalkeeper started coaching at Arsenal in the 2017-18 season after quitting football in 2011.

Lehmann, who joined the Augsburg technical team in early 2019 after working for Arsenal for a season, left his position in April 2019.

Ashley Cole

The English player, who left Arsenal and transferred to Chelsea in the 2006 season, decided to end his active football career after wearing the jersey of Derby County in the 2018-19 season.

Ashley Cole is a coach at Chelsea Academy.

Patrick Vieira

Vieira, who retired in 2011, started his coaching career 5 years after quitting football.

Vieira, who worked in New York City, one of the US MLS teams between 2016-2018, has been in charge of Nice, one of the French Ligue 1 teams, since the 2018-19 season.

Robert Pires

In addition to analyzing the UEFA Champions League matches on one of the television channels in his home country, the former French player; Arsenal are also the embassies of La Liga and Euro 2020.

Freddie Ljungberg

The former Swedish player, who ended his active football career in 2014, took part in Arsenal’s Under 15 and Under 23 teams. Ljungberg, who coached Wolfsburg in 2017, has held the same post at Arsenal since 2019.

Ljungberg also temporarily served as Arsenal’s coach until Mikel Arteta took office after parting with Unai Emery in the 2019-20 season.

Jose Antonio Reyes

The Spanish player, who took part in 21 matches that season, died in a traffic accident on June 1, 2019.

Dennis Bergkamp

The Dutch legend, who ended his career at Arsenal in 2006, took various roles at Ajax between 2008-2017.

Bergkamp has been coaching the Almere City Under 21 team since 21 March 2019.

Lauren

One of Arsenal’s key players that season, Lauren left football in 2010.

The former actress from Cameroon, who was the ambassador of the British team, worked as an analyst and commentator on various television channels.

Thierry Henry

The French legend, who ended his career in the New York Red Bulld team of the US MLS teams in 2015, coached the Belgium National Team between 2016-2018.

Henry, who started his career as a manager in 2018, took part in 20 matches at the head of Monaco, one of the French Ligue 1 teams. Henry is currently the coach of the US MLS teams Montreal Impact.

Ray Parlour

Parlor, who left football in 2007, published an autobiographical book in 2016 called “The Romford Pele”.

In addition to appearing on various television shows, Parlor was the ambassador of a company working for former actors.

Gilberto Silva

Gilberto Silva, who left football in 2013, worked as football director at Panathinaikos in 2016.

The Brazilian former player transfers his comments to his listeners with the podcasts he has recently made.

Sol Campbell

Campbell left football in 2011 and coached the Trinidad Tobago National Team between 2017-2018.

Campbell is coach of Southend United this season after coaching Macclesfield in the 2018-19 season.

Kolo Toure

Kolo Toure, who left football in 2017, coaches both the Ivory Coast National Team and Leicester City.

Gael Clichy

Clichy, who took part in 22 matches that season, continued his football career in Başakşehir football club. The 35-year-old now continues his football career after signing with one of the Swiss teams Servette FC.

Gaël Clichy is a French left-back with Swiss Super League team Servette. In 2011, he transferred from Arsenal FC, which he has played since 2003, to Manchester City FC for £ 7 million.

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