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Arteta Seeks Arsenal salvation as EPL resumes

Arsenal aim to get themselves off the foot of the Premier League table.

Arsenal find themselves in a bottom-of-the-table clash against newly promoted Norwich at the Emirates after the Gunners’ worst start to a league season for 67 years.

Mikel Arteta’s position as manager is under increasing threat, with the Spaniard reportedly given four more Premier League games to save his job.

The visit of the Canaries should be just what Arteta’s men need to get their season back on course after a difficult start.

Arsenal have faced defending champions City and Champions League winners Chelsea in their opening three games and have also been hit by a coronavirus outbreak and injuries to key players.

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“Let’s judge the team when they play together,” said Arsenal’s technical director Edu this week.

With all of Arteta’s six new signings at a cost of £150 million ($207 million) now available and the return of Thomas Partey from injury, the time for excuses in running out.

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