Previous Chelsea midfielder, Joe Cole, has said Arsenal should overcome Norwich after the worldwide break or, in all likelihood Mikel Arteta chances losing his employment.
As per Cole, Arteta is “in the tempest right now”.
The Gunners are attached to the lower part of the Premier League table having neglected to get a point, or score a solitary objective in their initial three apparatuses.
Having lost to Brentford, Chelsea and Manchester City, Cole accepts that anything short of triumph over Norwich on September 11 is “likely the end” for Arteta.
He told Coral through Metro:
“The future at Arsenal is clearly not yet decided. I realize they’ve played Chelsea, they played Manchester City, the two best groups, yet it’s the way of the two losses.
“They had all pre-season to plan for the Brentford game and they missed the point on the day since they weren’t busy intellectually.
“That has happened a lot with Arsenal. That is not Arteta’s issue. It’s been something just been similar to clammy getting into the woodwork at the club.
“In the two losses against the enormous young men, it resembled they set down and passed on.
“I do like how Arteta has dealt with the circumstance. He is solidifying as a director, you can see that in him. Along these lines, I believe he has that. He’s clearly a very much educated mentor due to his work with Pep. He’s a smart person.
“He’s in the tempest right now. He needs to discover an outcome against Norwich and on the off chance that he doesn’t beat Norwich, I believe it’s likely the end for him.”