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Mikel Arteta wants Arsenal to start their European campaign with victory over FC Zurich.

We don’t have many players available due to injuries sustained in the last two weeks. So now it’s up to you to play well and earn the right to win the match.” Mikel Arteta is eager to put an end to Arsenal’s long wait for a European trophy ( “So we want to get the competition started right and keep our momentum going.” However, Arteta has sent a strong squad to Zurich to begin their Europa League campaign. “This is a competition that we intend to take very seriously against an opponent who will make our lives difficult,” he added. “The biggest risk is that they haven’t gotten the results that they probably expected after last year’s season,” he said. Zurich have won just five of their 13 matches this season and have been knocked out of Champions League qualifying by FA Qarabag. In the summer, Leno left Arsenal for Fulham ( “But you have to start somewhere, and now is the time.” Mikel Arteta wants to put an end to Arsenal’s European trophy drought. Mikel Arteta wants to be the man to break Arsenal’s long drought in Europe. “That’s a long time,” he said, “and I’d like to be the first to break that negative record.” Reuters Action Images) Thomas Partey and Mo Elneny, as well as Emile Smith Rowe, will miss the trip to Switzerland. The north Londoners last tasted international success in the Cup Winners’ Cup in 1993-94, nearly 30 years ago. Last Sunday’s defeat at Manchester United ended a perfect start to the Premier League season with six wins in a row. During my preparation, I realized that it is all about politics, not performance. “When I realized it wasn’t about performance or quality, I knew I had to go,” he told the German daily Bild on Wednesday. It took me by surprise.” It was obvious to me that I needed to get out of here.” However, Arteta will instruct his men not to arrive expecting to win easily. More top Arsenal stories can be found here. “You can see how eager they are to win football matches, despite the fact that this is a different competition with a different context.” “I’m really surprised,” Arteta responded, “and I’m not sure if he’s talking about politics when he was starting every match or politics when he wasn’t playing.” I anticipate a well-prepared team.” Arteta was preparing to respond to former keeper Bernd Leno’s claim that he was fired from the club due to politics rather than performance. Last season, Leno lost his starting spot to Aaron Ramsdale, and he left Arsenal for Fulham last month.

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