Sol Campbell makes a come-and-get-me plea to Arsenal in the hopes of resolving the club’s “severe problems.”


Sol Campbell makes a come-and-get-me plea to Arsenal in the hopes of resolving the club’s “severe problems.”

Arsenal has lost three games in a row to begin the Premier League season.

Sol Campbell, a former Arsenal defender, has offered to assist his former club in their defensive woes. The Gunners have had a disastrous start to the season, surrendering nine goals in their first three games, putting pressure on manager Mikel Arteta.

Campbell was one of Arsenal’s top defenders between 2001 and 2006, when the team was at its peak.

He went on to manage Macclesfield and Southend for a short time, but he now believes his knowledge and experience would be best applied in north London.

“I’d love to go there and assist them out,” the 73-cap England international told talkSPORT.

“There’s a major problem there, and I’m pleased to assist, even if it’s only for a few days a week.”

Chelsea has been penalised by the FA for failing to maintain control of their players during a tense Liverpool match.

“There’s a blind-spot there with the techniques of the trade and minor stuff, and I’d help them out all day.”

“It’s been occurring a lot, and it seems to be the same type of events regardless of who plays at the back.

“I believe it is a youthful team with wonderful footballers, but I believe they are missing the know-how, the small nuggets of information that someone like me or someone else can provide.”

Indeed, the Gunners are in desperate need of assistance at the moment, since they are now anchored to the bottom of the Premier League.

Starting the season with three straight defeats, nine goals conceded, and no goals scored is a concerning indication, made worse by their £150 million summer purchasing spree.

This is the highest amount paid by any team in Europe, demonstrating the Arsenal board’s faith in Arteta and his intentions.

According to talkSPORT, the Gunners now boast the world’s sixth most expensive squad, which is incredible considering they finished eighth in the Premier League last season.

Of course, it’s possible that Arteta’s mentality will take some time to sink in, especially with newcomers Ben White and Takehiro Tomiyasu to his squad.

With a relatively easy run of games following the international break, the Spaniard will have no better chance of seeing those plans come to fruition.

Arsenal’s massive investment is unusual in a way. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”


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