Ex Manchester United player Rio Ferdinand has praised Arsenal for their good football despite yesterday’s defeat to Everton.
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The former defender believes Arsenal have all the qualities to bounce back in their next game. Arteta’s team welcomes Brentford at home next week Saturday.
As it stands Arsenal are currently top of the league, with 5 points ahead of Manchester City. However City can close the gap to 2 if they beat Tottenham Hotspur today.
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Rio Speaking after the game stated:
“It’s important how you react. You’ve got to find the way to get results anyway, by any means. You can’t always play perfect football. It’s going to big spell in games when it’s not going your way, can you override those moments, with positivity.”
“It’s going to be experienced players, like Jorginho, just coming in the changing room to be able to talk to young players, make them feel comfortable. It’s not end of the World. Still playing good football. They’ve played good football today, just lacked cutting edge.”