EPL: Mikel Arteta makes new recruit for Arsenal ahead of final games


Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta has made a new recruit ahead of their two final games of the season.

The Spaniard made an addition to his backroom team in the form of a chocolate Labrador.

According to The Times, Arteta brought in the dog in an effort to reduce his players’ stress levels.

Arsenal have suffered a major setback in their Premier League title chase this season as their hopes now took a significant dent following their last weekend’s 3-0 home defeat to Brighton which has left them four points adrift of Manchester City having played a game more.

The Gunners cannot be said to have done badly this season as it has been a massively encouraging season for the north Londoners.

The newspaper reports that Arteta has felt the need to enhance the mood at Arsenal’s London Colney training ground by recruiting a chocolate Labrador.

The dog spends most days at the training ground and has a primary carer who looks after her while she gets on well with London Colney’s resident cat, Bob.

Arteta has also named the Canine ‘Win’.

The Gunners have only managed to win twice in their last seven games as their title tilt collapsed.

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