Arteta expect positive atmosphere from fans as they return back to Emirate stadium for the last game of the Premier League against Brighton.
Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta says he expect a positive atmosphere from fans at the Emirate stadium on Sunday.
Arsenal will host Brighton in the Premier League last game of the season and the supporters will return back after a long time.
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Arteta insists that they have to do everything possible to make the fans happy and also expect them to cheer the team up.
“The [fans] haven’t been at the stadium for a long time, we haven’t managed to be together so hopefully it will be a positive atmosphere to support the team and the team trying to give them some joy and win the game,” he said.
“Anything that is in our hands to make them happy and to help us to be in a better place today, it’s all positive.
“[The Europa Conference League] is a new competition so I don’t really know what will happen. First of all, let’s try to finish as high as possible and then after we will determine, once we are involved, what the best way is to do it.
“We have experienced in the last few years how tough being in the Europa League is with the amount of games you play and the short turnaround that you have all the time in the Premier League.
“I think there is a lot of history there with teams that have been involved in the Europa League, and the negative consequences that has in the Premier League positions. But we’ve tried to give it the best possible go, we came a little bit short, but this club has to be in Europe.”