Mikel Arteta SLAMMED By Arsenal Chief Over VAR Rant!

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Mikel Arteta have been slammed over his ranting towards VAR decision this season, MySportDab reports.

The Gunners manager have seen himself get dragged over his rants on VAR decisions this season.

A former Arsenal chief have weigh into the issues which he blasted Mikel Arteta over his ranting.

He called the manager rant unnecessary as VAR have it process of checking situations the referee could not take note.

Mikel Arteta wasn’t pleased as his side were dealt a blow during to VAR call against Newcastle United.

He believes there are so many decisions being wrongly judged by VAR and mostly awarding a goal to Newcastle United when the ball already crossed the line.

Former Arsenal chief David Dein have heavily come out to call Mikel Arteta rant and behavior as a shame to the club.

Here Is What He Said:

“In 101 minutes of football we only had one shot at goal, so you can’t really say that the team deserved to win. It is what it is.

“There is a process in place for how they deal with these things and I just think it was a little bit unnecessary.

“I don’t think it did the image of the club any good.”

“It wouldn’t have happened. But we’re in an emotional game and these things do happen, I think it’s unfortunate, and you live and learn.”

Meanwhile a certain section of the Arsenal fans have also come in support of Mikel Arteta.

David Dein have been heavily criticized by Arsenal fans who labeled him bad after his comments.

Mikel Arteta have distanced himself from any speculations concerning his rants over VAR with them set to continue their season this weekend.

Arsenal will be hoping to bounce back to winning ways with the international window coming to an end for November.

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