Leeds Utd coach, Marsch names most underrated manager in Premier League
Mikel Arteta, the manager of Arsenal, has been dubbed the "most underrated manager in the Premier League" by Leeds United head coach Jesse Marsch.
Marsch claims that Arteta's team is complicated and stable and adds that the Spaniard has faced criticism in the past.
At the beginning of last season, Arteta seemed to be in a fight for his job, but he was able to maintain his composure and has since led Arsenal to new heights this year.
With Manchester City in second place and Arsenal in first place, respectively, in the Premier League standings.
Marsch responded, "He's the most underrated manager in the league," when asked about Arteta's work at Emirates Stadium during his pre-match press conference prior to Leeds' weekend matchup with Arsenal.
“What an incredible job. The team is complex, stable, and exciting to watch... Amazing job. It’s taken time, obviously, and he took some heat at the start.
“But they are seeing the fruits of their labour now. We are confident at Elland Road that we can play how we want, but Arsenal are very good. We know we have to be at our best against such an opponent.
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