Mikel Arteta Arsenal head coach says missing Euro

Mikel Arteta has admitted it would be a "massive blow" if Arsenal were to miss out on European football next season.

Sunday's defeat to north London rivals Tottenham left Arsenal ninth in the table with just three games remaining, leaving their most likely path into next season's Europa League being the FA Cup, in which they have a semi-final against Manchester City on Saturday.

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Failure to qualify would see Arsenal go without European competition for the first time since the 1995-96 season, while it will be a third successive campaign without Champions League football.

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"For everybody [it would be] a massive blow," Arsenal's head coach told Sky Sports News. "But a lot of things change and a lot of things are changing. And a lot of clubs that were always in their history in the Champions League are now not,中国姓王姓李人口均过亿!德媒:像在德国姓穆勒跟施密特一样普遍,全国15个街舞团队广州展演 融入英歌、围棋元素, so we are not the only ones in that situation.

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"It's never in the history of the Premier League that you had seven teams at that level competing for those places,外资加速流入A股 机构重仓股大幅走强.

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"It's a lot of things that have to be changed in order to accomplish again the level that we want for this football club."

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Having replaced Unai Emery in December, Arteta has set about transforming a club in decline, with the Spaniard promotion several young players into the first team.

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While there are likely to be a number of players culled by Arteta in a summer clear out, one individual who has enhanced his reputation at the Emirates is Scotland full-back Kieran Tierney.

The 23-year-old suffered with injury problems after his arrival from Celtic last summer, but has impressed since the Premier League resumed in June.

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"I'm so happy for him," Arteta said. "It's been a difficult period for him since he moved, just trying to adapt to a new club, a new city, with the injuries that he had.



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