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Arsenal’s Mikel Arteta Wins Best Premier League Coach at Globe Soccer Awards

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The coach of Arsenal Football Club, Mikel Arteta, was just awarded the esteemed title of Best Coach in the Premier League at the Costa Smeralda, Sardinia-based KAFD Globe Soccer Awards Europe. This honor represents the turning point in Arteta’s coaching career and acknowledges his outstanding leadership in leading Arsenal to remarkable heights in the very tough Premier League.

Since its founding in 2010 by a football group located in Dubai, the KAFD Globe Soccer Awards have developed into a significant occasion honoring football brilliance. The awards, which are a part of a bigger project that culminates in the year-end Dubai Globe Soccer Awards worldwide event in the United Arab Emirates, are presented in collaboration with the Dubai Sports Council. The Sardinian ceremony this year was notably the inaugural ‘European Edition,’ focusing exclusively on talents within European football.

Arteta’s achievement comes as no surprise to those who have followed Arsenal’s journey under his management. Over the past Premier League season, the Gunners secured a record 28 wins, a testament to Arteta’s prowess and motivational skills. Under his guidance, Arsenal finished the season in second place, just behind Manchester City, with the team achieving 18 clean sheets and the Spanish manager amassing a total of 89 points from the campaign.

The award was presented to Arteta by none other than Cesc Fabregas, a former Arsenal and Spain football legend, adding a touch of honour to the occasion. The judging panel praised Arteta for his strategic vision and his ability to inspire peak performance from his team.

In his acceptance speech, Arteta expressed deep gratitude and reflection on his career transition from player to coach. “I feel extremely proud because when I decided to stop my career as a football player, I thought that all the joy and best moments were gone, and I was totally wrong,” Arteta shared. He spoke passionately about the fulfillment coaching has brought him, surpassing even his experiences as a player. He credited his success to the collective effort of his players, coaching staff, and everyone at the club, highlighting the collaborative spirit that has been central to Arsenal’s recent successes.

Arteta also discussed the team’s goals for the future, highlighting their excitement and will to bring home additional championships. After a few years of development, we now have a crew that is incredibly passionate and trophy-hungry. We are going to give it our all although we know it will be difficult, but we think we can succeed,” he said.

Other well-known football figures also received honors at the star-studded awards presentation. The European football community celebrated the success of Kylian Mbappe, who received the Best Men’s Player award, Xabi Alonso, who was named Best Coach, and Harry Kane, who took home the Best Goalscorer trophy.

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