Arteta: I can't give my opinion, I will be suspended

Arsenal coach Mikel Arteta, after his team was defeated by Tottenham (3:0) in the 36th round of the Premier League, was visibly dissatisfied with the refereeing.
Dissatisfaction was even greater after his player Rob Holding was awarded a red card.

“I can’t give you an honest assessment of this match because then they will suspend me for a long time, for six months. I like to be honest, and now I can’t be that. I am proud of my players – this game is over, we lost, we accept that. We are looking to Newcastle,” said Arteta.

“I do not know. The decision was made, the match was over. I can’t give my opinion, I will be suspended. I think you can clearly read my body language “, the coach commented, when asked about the exclusion of his player.

When asked how to raise the team, the Spanish expert answered:

“Already did. This game is in the past, now only Newcastle is in our heads. I told them that I was proud of them and that everything would be fine against Newcastle. “Arteta concluded.

In the remaining two rounds, Arsenal will visit Newcastle (May 16) and welcome Everton (May 22).

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