Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta has revealed shocking personal details in Arsenal’s All Or Nothing video documentary, MySportDab reports.
The All or Nothing Documentary is Arsenal’s prepared documentary for their dramatic 2021-22 Premier League campaign to be premiered on Amazon in August.
The Gunners took to their social media handle to share a part of the documentary.
In the video, which has gone viral, Arsenal Boss engages in a passionate team talk revealing shocking personal details about his life last season.
“There are high-performance teams. And these high-performance teams in many industries have in common that they get results,” Arteta said.
“I was born with a big heart disease when I was given birth to. And for two years, they had to try to save my life for two years until the first opportunity to have open surgery in Spain,” he continued.
Mikel Arteta gave the passionate talk after Arsenal had their worst Premier League start with three heavy losses in a row
He highlighted how he felt “dead” after being thumped 5-0 by Manchester City – a third winless run last in the opening season.
“This is me. I’m going to share something with you. My emotional status in the last 14 days, 1-10.
“After Man City, I was here [off the chart]. Dead. I was here. I had insecurity, Inhad fear, and the media that is killing me,” he said.
Arteta gave the speech making illustrations on a chart for a perfectly attentive Arsenal player before heading into the pitch to face Norwich.
Despite a poor and rickety start last season, the Gunners gave a good account of themselves, challenging for the Champions League spot.
They lost the Champions League spot to London rivals Tottenham in the last days of the 2021-22 Premier League season.
The All Or Nothing documentary will be premiered on Amazon on August 4 as it detailed the Premier League campaign of the Gunners last season.
🔴 All or Nothing: 𝗔𝗿𝘀𝗲𝗻𝗮𝗹
After losing our first three Premier League games of 21/22, the boss delivered this… ❤️
— Arsenal (@Arsenal) July 27, 2022