- William Gallas has said Mikel Arteta is not good enough to be Arsenal manager
- The Frenchman added that the Arsenal chiefs should fire him and hire Mikel Arteta
- Arteta has been struggling in his second season so far with the Gunners
Arsenal chiefs have been urged by former captain William Gallas to sack current manager Mikel Arteta claiming that the Spaniard is not capable of handling the Gunners.
Mikel Arteta replaced Unai Emery as Arsenal gaffer last season and was impressive helping the Gunners to win the English FA Cup although they failed to finish among the top four.
The Gunners have not been finding it rosy this season in the Premier League and fans have been complaining about the poor performances of the club.
William Gallas who was with Arsenal for four years playing over 100 games explained according to the report on UK Sun that he was surprised when Gunners chiefs appointed Mikel Arteta.
The Frenchman added that Mikel Arteta's lack of experience is what is affecting the Gunners this term in the Premier League.
"I think maybe the issue at the moment is that Mikel Arteta is not the right manager.
"For me he doesn't have that experience to manage a big club. I was surprised when he came in, to be honest - even as Pep Guardiola's assistant - you need experience as a manager to come in to a club like Arsenal.
"When they chose Mikel Arteta to come in and replace Unai Emery, in my mind Patrick Vieira was the name I thought they should have gone for.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Super Eagles of Nigeria and the Three-Lions of England are now in another battle this time around to get Arsenal young goalkeeper, Ovie Ejeheri, who has been impressive for the Gunners.
For the past years, England and Nigeria have been involved in battles over getting the allegiances of some players in which some chose the Super Eagles while others picked Three-Lions.
According to the report on the English FA are in a serious race for them not to lose goalkeeper Ovie Ejeheri to Nigeria or Uganda.
The 17-year-old was born in London to a Nigerian father and a Ugandan mother and has the right to choose any of these three nations to play for an international game.
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