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Arteta hopes World Cup break will not disrupt Arsenal's season

Arteta hopes World Cup break will not disrupt Arsenal's season

Manager Mikel Arteta said he is hopeful that the World Cup break does not hinder Arsenal's progress, following Arsenal's north London club beat Wolverhampton Wanderers 2-0 on Saturday to gain five points in the Premier League.Captain Martin Odegaard scored both goals during the match. Arsenal defeated Wolves to gain 37 points, and extend their advantage against second-placed Manchester City, who lost at home against Brentford earlier in the day.

The league will have a break in the mid-season following Sunday's games to allow for the World Cup, which runs from November 20 until Dec 18, in Qatar. The league will resume Boxing Day.I would like to train tomorrow, but unfortunately , they're not there,Arteta told the BBC.I would like to wish the players attending this World Cup the best and they'll look after themselves. I'm sure they'll take pleasure in it as it can't improve over playing for your country.

I do not yet know (if it's true that the World Cup will disrupt flow) I'll keep my fingers crossed and pray to be fortunate. When everyone returns, we'll evaluate where we're at and move forward.Despite his worries about the mid-season break Arteta said that the break would give Arsenal the chance to think as they prepare themselves for the next portion in the current season.

It's wonderful to be in the position we are and we're loving that time,Arteta told a news conference.Now we're taking a long break, and we need to look back at what we've been doing and prepare for this World Cup.When the team is at the moment, you'd like to play on naturally, but that's impossible. We must make the most of that time to the maximum extent possible.Arsenal are back in action when they play West Ham United in the league on December 26.He said to best sportsbook in malaysia.