Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta and Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola have left messages for their players in quite different directions.
Arsenal and Man City will face off in the 33rd round of the English Premier League (EPL) in the 2022-23 season, which will be held at the Etihad Stadium in Manchester, England at 4 am (Korean time) on the 27th. Arsenal are in first place with 75 points, while Man City are in second place with 70 points.
In fact, Arsenal and Man City in the ‘champion match’. However, the atmosphere of the two teams is quite different. Home team Arsenal swallowed regret after being eliminated from the European Football Federation (UEFA) Europa League (UEL) by being caught by Liverpool (2-2 draw), West Ham United (2-2 draw) and Southampton (3-3 draw). .
The away team, Man City, is the exact opposite. In the UEFA Champions League (UCL), they defeated Bayern Munich (3-0 win, 1-1 draw, 4-1 win) to reach the semi-finals, and in the English FA Cup, they defeated Sheffield United (3-0 win) to reach the final. settled down They have been undefeated since February.
The outcome of this match will determine the direction of the championship to some extent. Arsenal are currently in the lead, but Manchester City can turn around as they have played two games less. Expectations are also focused on the battle of resourcefulness between coaches Arteta and Guardiola, who had a priestly relationship a long time ago.
With the final match imminent, coach Arteta left a warning message. England’s ‘The Sun’ said, “Coach Arteta warned that if the players are scared in the match against Manchester City, he will ‘kill’ them.
According to the media,먹튀검증 coach Arteta said, “I have never seen my players fear a challenge. If they do, I will kill the frightened players. This confrontation requires absolute perfection in every aspect.” did.
Manager Guardiola was quite different. “A little tension is a good sign. I know that’s normal. Anxiety or fear is a part of our lives,” he said. The two command towers encouraged the players in the decisive battle with messages in different directions.