Why Arsenal’s Plan A and Plan B failed vs Everton: Can they find a Plan C?

Join Stephen Bradley as he manages to muster enough enthusiasm to review Arsenal’s immensely drab 0-1 loss to Everton in the Premier League.

Martin Odegaard of Arsenal reacts to Bernd Lenos own goal during Premier League match between Arsenal and Everton at the Emirates Stadium in London - 23rd April 2021 Arsenal v Everton, Premier League, Football, The Emirates Stadium, London, UK - 23 Apr 2021 Photo by Holly Allison/TPI/Shutterstock
Martin Odegaard of Arsenal reacts to Bernd Lenos own goal during Premier League match between Arsenal and Everton at the Emirates Stadium in London – 23rd April 2021 Arsenal v Everton, Premier League, Football, The Emirates Stadium, London, UK – 23 Apr 2021 Photo by Holly Allison/TPI/Shutterstock

He details why Arsenal’s plan A failed, why their plan B failed, and wished upon a lucky star that Mikel Arteta can find a a Plan C soon that could fix all this.

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