Man City star Foden gives his opinion on Arteta as a coach

Phil Foden has heaped praise on Mikel Arteta as the Spaniard manages the table-topping Arsenal.

After hanging up his boot, Arteta was the assistant manager to Pep Guardiola at Manchester City as he learned the ropes of management from one of the best in the world.

He honed his skills there very well and Arsenal made him their boss at the end of 2019.

His job at City required him to help the likes of Foden develop, so the England international knows what the Spaniard can do.

Speaking about the Arsenal boss recently, he insisted the ex-midfielder is definitely a top manager.

He said, as quoted by The Sun, when asked what Arteta was like as a mentor: “Unbelievable, you know.

“I remember working with him closely after training on some things I needed to improve.

“I know how good he can be as a coach – I think in the right ways to play football.

“He’s definitely a great coach.”

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Arteta has worked a minor miracle with the Arsenal team when you remember they are at the top of the Premier League table after the third game week.

The Spaniard has been decisive, and it has helped him to build his team.

If he keeps working hard, his team will win trophies, perhaps another league title as well.

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  1. And that list continues to grow.

    There is an impressive list of players some very accomplished that rates our manager highly.

    Am yet to hear a single player complaining the gaffer not sure of what he is doing, barring Guendouzi and a few armchair managers.
    I once thought having this green manager would prove a challenge when it comes to attracting top talents and my word he has proven me wrong.

    The creator once said a prophet is honored every where except on his home turf or by his own family

  2. There has been so much nonsense and so wide of the mark as to be laughably ridiculous. Those who have regularly bashed MA inprint are the worst judges of a manager I have ever seen write their nonsense.

    To call this excellent coach a “rookie or apprentice” is insulting, idiotic and shows the wretchedly awful judgement of so many on here. Those within the game KNOW the truth, as Foden knows too.

    1. I agree 100 percent with you bro, not only those who write nonsense but many pundits seem wary and not giving arsenal a chance, the reason behind they distrust Afters. But I have a question for them, those called good coaches where did them come from? Did they descend from heaven? They learnt the way of football. Let us wait and see to seal their lips and tie their hands and see what they would write and talk! !!!

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