Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta has revealed that Stan Kroenke issued an apology to him over the crazy UEFA Super League breakaway decision.
While the ill fated Super League announcements met the wrath of the public, many sections of the football world wondered what the chairman of football clubs told their team’s coaches - that is if they were actually consulted.
Asked if Arsenal’s owner addressed him after the mess? Arteta said:
"Yes, absolutely,” Arteta said via Sky Sports.
"Obviously they are the maximum responsible to run the football club. They apologised for disturbing the team, not having the capacity or ability to communicate in a different way earlier and explained the reasons why.
"And they passed on a message to the players. That's all you can ask for, and I have to accept it.
"I spoke with them yesterday [Wednesday]. As always, every time we need something and every time something is happening, they are straight away ready to act, to give the answers they can and give the support they can,” the Spaniard concluded.
Meanwhile, the North London giants welcome Everton in a league game at the Emirates on Friday.