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Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta refuses to back down after the touchline with Liverpool’s Jurgen Klopp

‘It’s who I am’: Mikel Arteta refuses to back down after an angry sideline fight with Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp last weekend when Arsenal manager admits the passion shown is part of his character.

  • Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta was in a sideline dispute with Jurgen Klopp last week
  • The Spaniard reacted furiously to Sadio Mane’s challenge to Takehiro Tomiyasu
  • Arteta was held back by his assistant Steve Round while he faced Klopp.
  • The Arsenal manager admits the touchline is just part of his character


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Mikel Arteta insists his furious fight with Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp is part of his character and the Arsenal manager refused to retract his antics.

During the first half of the Gunners’ 4-0 loss at Anfield, the Spaniard reacted angrily to a challenge from Sadio Mane on Arsenal’s Takehiro Tomiyasu, with Arteta facing opponent Klopp, who complained about his reaction to the inning. aerial.

Both Arteta and Klopp had to be reprimanded by their assistants, as the two managers were reprimanded by referee Michael Oliver for their anger.

Mikel Arteta (right) has refused to back down after his fight with Liverpool's Jurgen Klopp (left).

Mikel Arteta (right) has refused to back down after his fight with Liverpool’s Jurgen Klopp (left).

Arteta faced Klopp after a challenge from Sadio Mane (right) over Takehiro Tomiyasu (left)

Arteta faced Klopp after a challenge from Sadio Mane (right) over Takehiro Tomiyasu (left)

Arteta faced Klopp after a challenge from Sadio Mane (right) over Takehiro Tomiyasu (left)

The incident occurred when the scoreboard was scoreless before Arteta’s team conceded four goals in Arsenal’s first league loss since August, but the Gunners manager admitted that the dispute with Klopp is simply “who I am.”

When asked if his players like it when he shows passion on the touchline, Arteta said: ‘I don’t know (if the players like it when I fight on the touchline). It is who I am. I will react.

‘If I have to defend my players I will. Maybe you won’t give me motivation to go to the other side. It’s part of our character. ‘

The disappointing result at Anfield is another great encounter in which Arsenal have lost, and the Gunners also lost to Chelsea and Manchester City this season without scoring a goal.

Arteta was furious at Klopp for the challenge and had to be held back by his assistants.

Arteta was furious at Klopp for the challenge and had to be held back by his assistants.

Arteta was furious at Klopp for the challenge and had to be held back by his assistants.

The Spaniard was booked for the dispute alongside German coach Klopp before Arsenal lost 4-0.

The Spaniard was booked for the dispute alongside German coach Klopp before Arsenal lost 4-0.

The Spaniard was booked for the dispute alongside German coach Klopp before Arsenal lost 4-0.

Arteta revealed that his players instigated a heart-to-heart in the Anfield dressing room after the loss, and the manager admitted his joy at his team’s reaction to the loss.

“I liked the reaction in the Anfield dressing room at the end of the game,” added Arteta. ‘They (the players) discussed what happened in a really honest way.

‘There are problems you have to deal with. I really liked how the team reacted during the week. Before this did not happen.

Arteta (second from right) revealed that he and his Arsenal players were heart-to-heart after the loss.

Arteta (second from right) revealed that he and his Arsenal players were heart-to-heart after the loss.

Arteta (second from right) revealed that he and his Arsenal players were heart-to-heart after the loss.

“There is a lot you can learn, you have to raise your standards. You see how consistent (Liverpool) do it throughout the game. ”

The Gunners will be looking to get back on the winning track against bottom row Newcastle this weekend, with their loss to Liverpool leaving them in fifth place after Manchester United also lost last weekend.

Arsenal can’t be in the top four with a win over Eddie Howe’s Magpies, but they can even the points with West Ham if they win, and the Hammers will face champion Manchester City on Sunday.

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