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Arsenal goalkeeper Petr Cech has urged his outfield teammates to do more without the ball, via a report on the Express.
The goalkeeper who joined the club from Chelsea last summer was touted by many as the team’s final puzzle. Many believed that the keeper’s move to the Emirates will finally see the team end it’s 11 years title drought but that has failed to happen as the team is set to end this season without the league title. Arsenal suffered a huge blow in the title race when we lost to Manchester United and Swansea in February. All hopes were further dented when the team surrendered a
All hopes were further dented when the team surrendered a two-goal lead to draw 3-3 at West Ham and most recently a goalless draw with Sunderland.
But Cech feels the team has what it takes to win the league title but his outfield teammates need to work more without the ball.
Cech said: “There are many ways you can intimidate people during a game.
“With your aggression is one way, but nobody likes to have no time.
“You press them all the time and put them under pressure.
“Any player that has time and feels comfortable to control the ball and play, obviously can play much better.
“If you don’t give them the time and put them under pressure, then it becomes much more difficult.”
Cech will be hoping his teammates take heed to his advice in the remaining games of this season and also next season.