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Report :Mikel Arteta responds to criticism from Aaron Ramsdale’s father.



Mikel Arteta addresses Aaron Ramsdale’s father’s criticism.Mikel Arteta addresses Aaron Ramsdale’s father’s criticism.

This season, David Raya has replaced Aaron Ramsdale as Arsenal’s primary goalkeeper.

Arsenal and Mikel Arteta were criticized by Ramsdale’s father for their management of the situation.

Arteta deliberated on these remarks prior to his journey to Brentford.Mikel Arteta, the manager of Arsenal, has been questioned regarding the provocative remarks attributed to Aaron Ramsdale’s father concerning the manager’s management of their goalkeeping situation.


Ramsdale has not participated in a Premier League match since September 1, when Arsenal defeated Manchester United 3-1 at home. Furthermore, he has yet to make his debut in the Champions League.



Summer agreement David Raya, who is set to sign a permanent contract after joining on loan from Brentford, has reportedly been elevated to the starting position despite Arteta’s insistence that his goalkeepers vie for the starting job.


During the November international break, Nick Ramsdale expressed his displeasure with Arsenal’s treatment of his son on the Highbury Squad podcast.”We had no idea [Ramsdale] was going to be dismissed.” Aaron was the only one who was unaware that he would not continue playing; neither did I nor our family have any knowledge of this. “Suddenly, he is no longer being played,” he declared.


Senior Ramsdale stated, “Aaron has lost that sparkle. Furthermore, he is difficult to see there. Everyone keeps saying, “You must maintain your smile.” “At this very moment, he is not displaying that smile.”


Given Raya’s ineligibility to face his parent club, it is likely that Ramsdale will make his return to the Arsenal starting lineup for their travel to Brentford on Saturday.Arteta was questioned regarding the outburst of Ramsdale’s father at his pre-match press conference; however, the Arsenal manager attempted to diffuse the situation.

“Aaron, and any player who is playing less than he wanted, there are many unfortunately in a dressing room of 24 players, their behaviour that we demand and we expect is to constantly challenge and make each other better, and always have the purpose and ability to overcome the situation and play and show with facts that you have to play, and you have to play more and how wrong I am and [think] ‘how can I help the team when it is necessary?’,” Arteta stated.Aaron has exhibited that demeanor on a daily basis ever since my arrival.


Following this, Arteta was questioned whether Ramsdale’s absence of match sharpness would be a concern as they approached the Gtech Community Stadium.


Ramsdale last played a few weeks ago, so I do not anticipate that he is lacking in efficiency. “Absolutely unlike any other player,” Arteta continued.


“Brentford attacks with a large number of players in the box, and we are well aware of the danger they pose with direct and set plays.”


“Threats can come from different ways, they’re a good side, extremely well coached, they are a big threat in the opponent’s box.”


Raya was reluctant to intervene in the situation during an interview with the Guardian this week, stating, “If they wish to debate, they may do so; I simply contribute my best effort.”