Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta believes the ‘homework’ he has set his players during the coronavirus outbreak could see some of them become coaches.
With the Premier League halted and Britain in a state of lockdown, players are having to train at home. Arteta tested positive for Covid-19 a fortnight ago but has now recovered.
“There is the psychological support that they need, which we are giving them (the players),” Arteta, who turned 38 on Thursday, told Arsenal’s website. “And as well I’m giving them a lot of homework to do because I’ve been reviewing everything that we ...
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