Arsenal defender William Saliba has given a small insight into the Gunners’ dressing room at the Emirates and reveals who the funniest player at the club is.
Mikel Arteta has rebuilt the culture of Arsenal and it is now much more like a family as the players help each other on and off the pitch.
Saliba had to wait for his turn, but he has been a key player for the club this term and continues to play every week that there is a game for Arsenal.
The likes of Oleksandr Zinchenko and Bukayo Saka have also done well for Arteta’s side, but who is the funniest player at the club?
Saliba tells Stadium Astro: “[Rob] Holding is very funny, Ben White is funny as well.
“[But] Zinchenko is the best for me, the most funny. So funny, he’s crazy. We have a lot of different types of guys in the dressing room, it’s always good.”
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Saliba’s comments show the togetherness in the Arsenal dressing room, which has translated into the pitch in their many matches.
Credit must go to Arteta for transforming the careers of these players and making Arsenal a great club to play for again.
The former midfielder is just getting started and most of his players are young, so we can expect sustainable success.
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Yeah, Aaron Ramsdale said Zinchenko is crazy without even blinking. This harmonious atmosphere is also infecting fans like me.
It is a great sign that harmony and humour are alive and kicking in the dressing room
Referring to the article, has Arteta transformed the careers of those players mentioned? That suggests a complete turnaround- as in Xhaka’s performances being a prime example.
Great club to belong arsenal all the way
There is no doubt a very good feeling atmosphere is in the dressing room, I often wonder what are the factors responsible for it all.
Surely it must be more than the gaffer ridding a few player’s , everyone seems really happy and wants to help if it’s even mean their temporary exclusion from playing regularly.
Experience taught me one way to make people happy and productive is by developing them to be very competent in what they are doing.
But isn’t Conte, Pepe Guardiola and Jergen Klopp doing that.
The gaffer seems to be doing a hell of a job if one ask me.