sport news Mikel Arteta issues passionate rallying cry to Arsenal fans ahead of final game ... trends now
Mikel Arteta has said that Arsenal must 'demand more from each other' in a rallying cry to supporters to mark the end of the club's season.
The 41-year-old returned to the Gunners as manager in 2019 - after success as a player - and led the men's first team to their closest title challenge in almost two decades, ultimately falling short against a rampant Manchester City.
It has been a season of near-misses for other Arsenal teams, with Jonas Eidevall's Gunners finishing third in the Women's Super League after winning the Conti Cup, and the under-18s losing the FA Youth Cup final against West Ham.
In his end of season message, the Spanish manager paid tribute to the players, backroom staff, and fans, who had pushed Arsenal all the way in multiple competitions.
The message on the Arsenal website started: 'Throughout