Mikel Arteta issues rallying cry after winning ‘Best Premier League Coach’ award

    Mikel Arteta has vowed to ‘win, win and win’ at Arsenal next season after scooping an award for the ‘Best Premier League Coach’.

    The Gunners boss has pipped Pep Guardiola to the trophy at the Globe Soccer Awards, despite the north Londoners finishing second to Manchester City in the Premier League.


    Arteta was named as the ‘Best Premier League Coach’ at the Globe Soccer AwardsCredit: Globe Soccer Awards

    His Arsenal side have ended the top-flight season in the runner-up spot in the last two years to the Citizens, who have won a record four consecutive titles.

    But despite only winning the Community Shield in the 2023/24 term, Arsenal enjoyed one of their best-ever Premier League campaigns.

    Finishing with 89 points, only in the Invincibles season of 2003/04 have they collected more points [90], while they won a record 28 matches from their 38 fixtures.

    And along with scoring another record high of 91 goals, they also failed to taste defeat against any of the ‘Big Six’ teams.

    This saw Arteta crowned as the ‘Best Premier League Coach’ at the awards ceremony in Sardinia, Italy.

    Speaking on stage after collecting his award, the Spaniard was asked about what is next for Arsenal.

    To which he issued a rallying cry to the club’s supporters, as he said: “Win. Win, win and win. That’s what we want.

    “We’ve been through a few years right now, we have a team that is full of enthusiasm and so hungry to win trophies.

    Arteta is looking to end Arsenal's 20-year wait for the Premier League title


    Arteta is looking to end Arsenal’s 20-year wait for the Premier League titleCredit: Globe Soccer Awards
    The Spaniard guided the Gunners to 28 Premier League victories this season


    The Spaniard guided the Gunners to 28 Premier League victories this seasonCredit: Getty

    “We know the competition, but we believe we can do it.

    “So we are going to give it a real go.”

    Jamie Carragher lists two reasons why he doubts whether Arsenal can challenge for the Premier League title again next season

    All signs point towards to a busy season for Arsenal this summer as they look to bolster their squad in their quest to win a first league title in 2020.

    And they also will be keen to tie Arteta down to a new deal at the Emirates, with their ex-skipper tied down at the club until 2025.

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