Gabe Agbonlahor claimed Mikel Arteta’s decision to play Liverpool’s “You’ll Never Walk Alone” during training was “the most pathetic thing I’ve seen”, after it was featured in the All or Nothing Amazon documentary.

Prior to Arsenal’s League Cup clash against Liverpool last season, Arteta decided to play “You’ll Never Walk Alone” in training so that his players could get a taste of Anfield’s atmosphere. As talkSPORT said.

Last season Arsenal missed the Champions League by one point, with Amazon recording every move the club makes for the All or Nothing document.

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The first episode landed on fan screens on Thursday, August 4th, but exclusive clips have been dropped here and there, including the infamous Arteta clip playing “You’ll Never Walk Alone” in rehearsals.

However, when former Aston Villa player Agbonlahor saw that clip, he was dumbfounded and criticized Arteta’s actions.

“First of all, this documentary will be more entertaining than the Kevin Hart show, for me,” Agbonlahor said. “I feel like this is the most pathetic thing I’ve seen, and if I’ve been to that training on the pitch, I’d probably find it funny.

“You will laugh with your teammates. When they play in the Europa League and they play with Fenerbahce away, will he go to the training ground and beat the drums?

“Honestly, this is ridiculous. The players will not be involved in that. They lost the game by the number of goals? 4-0 was that?!

“These players are international players who played in a great atmosphere. I am confused.”

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Arsenal have sprayed the most money over the last two summer transfer windows and they may add more to their squad over the coming weeks.

In addition, Arteta has been in the position since 2019 and still has not believed in Champions League football, even though he won the FA Cup during that time.

While the former midfielder has rightly earned the time Arsenal were in disarray when he first walked through the doors and the culture needed for a change, now is the time.

If Arsenal does not produce Champions League football, it would not be surprising to see him head towards the exit door and possibly along with the club’s technical director, Edu Gaspar.

But if Arsenal return to the elite ranks in 12 months, the phrase “trust the process” will become more believable to these critics.

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