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Arsenal fans convinced Arteta has Gunners stars ‘scared’ as ‘panicked’ Saka tells pal ‘don’t do that’ at training

ARSENAL fans have hilariously claimed their players are “scared” of manager Mikel Arteta after a clip starring Bukayo Saka was released by the club.

Arteta has led the North London outfit to a Premier League title challenge this season as they go toe-to-toe with Manchester City.

Bukayo Saka was dropped off at training as part of an Arsenal video

Presenter “Frimmy” jokingly shouted Mikel Arteta’s name

Saka was left embarrassed and panicked at the thought his manager had heard

And while it looks as though they are going to come up short in their push for the league, the Arsenal fans are more behind their players and manager than they have been at any stage over the past 15 years.

Yet the supporters are now jokingly hypothesising that a fear factor may be at play when it comes to Arteta’s relationship with his squad.

That’s after Arsenal released their latest episode of “Colney Carpool” featuring Saka and staff member David “Frimmy” Frimpon.

In the video, Frimmy drives the England star around the training ground in a golf cart before dropping him off.

And when Saka prepared to get out of the buggy, Frimmy said: “Don’t forget your boots. You can’t train without your boots.”

He then pretended to shout towards Arteta, adding: “Mikel, I’ve got him, I’ve got him here man. In a bit, brother.”

Saka laughed and jumped out of the cart, before replying: “Don’t call Mikel’s name like that.”

And Arsenal fans have joked the look on Saka’s face shows just how scared the players are of Arteta.


One said: “Arteta’s striking fear into these players

Another added: “LOOOOL nah this cracked me up cause Arteta really got ’em scared like that?

A third said: “LOOOL I even got shook and it didn’t apply to me
?, icl streets are saying you gotta start addressing him as Sir

And a fourth replied: “My man panicked.”

Saka has hit a difficult run of form, registering just one goal and one assist in his last seven Premier League games.

But he has still enjoyed a stellar campaign, contributing 14 goals and 11 assists in 45 appearances.

Arsenal sit one point behind Manchester City having played a game more.

They host Brighton on Sunday, before their final two fixtures come away to Nottingham Forest and at home to Wolves.

Meanwhile, Man City travel to Everton earlier in the afternoon on Sunday.

Their run-in then consists of a clash with Chelsea at the Etihad, before back-to-back away games at Brighton and Brentford.

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