1. The leadership and management of Arsenal FC needs to clearly demonstrate the repercussions of inconsistency and mediocrity at the club.

Mikel Arteta needs to ensure that every player at the club clearly understands their role, what they do and why they do. It is clear that the inconsistency and mediocrity at the club is proof of a disconnection between the player’s part or role on the pitch during a match or game and the repercussions of their inconsistency and mediocrity.

2. The leadership and management of Arsenal FC needs to use real, tangible and measurable indicators of inconsistency and mediocrity at the club.

These real, tangible and measurable indicators will help make the poor and dismal performances more apparent in the team and squad.  

3. The leadership and management of Arsenal FC needs to create clear personal accountability.

The inconsistency and mediocrity at the club is a clear mark of strong supervision. It is clear at this club that the manager is the source of accountability when results and performances go wrong. Besides the manager, there is urgent need for the players to manage and be personally accountable for the majority of problems in the results and performances on the pitch at the club. The players should immediately and respectfully confront one another when poor and dismal results and performances arise in a manner that is even more consistent this season. This is because the manager may not see and address every gap in the results and performances at the club.    

4. The leadership and management of Arsenal FC needs to say it loud and more frequently.

Positive and consistent results or performances are a custom that the club needs to defend more regularly and vigilantly. Personal sacrifices need to be undertaken by the leadership and management of the club to champion such a custom. What the leadership and management of the club does during such times signals to the team or squad that there is a deep and strong commitment to positive and consistent results or performances. Additionally, the leadership and management of the club need to be worth it and always endeavor to demand such positive and consistent results or performances from the team or squad. This necessitates a deep commitment to positive and consistent results or performances from everyone at the club (players, manager, coaches, physicians, etc) alongside clearly knowing and understanding that a chronic inconsistent mediocre player is a clear obstacle to the success of the team or squad and the club.

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