Premier League Clubs With Most Sent-Offs Since Mikel Arteta’s Took Over

By Shyam
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Premier League Clubs With Most Sent-Offs Since Mikel Arteta's Took Over

Here are the EPL clubs with most sent-offs since Mikel Arteta’s rule over Arsenal

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Which Premier League club has the most sent-offs since 2019? We gathered some information from Transfermarkt for the current stats of the clubs we are going to mention here.

This article will tell you about the top 10 Premier League clubs with most sent-offs since Mikel Arteta took over Arsenal in 2019. Can you guess who won the 2003 Golden Boy?(Hint – He is a Dutch legend)

Clubs With Most Sent-Offs

  1. Arsenal – 78 games 11 sent-offs
  2. Brighton – 78 games 7 sent-offs
  3. Southampton – 79 games 7 sent-offs
  4. Newcastle United – 78 games 6 sent-offs
  5. Manchester City – 80 games 6 sent-offs
  6. Aston Villa – 78 games 5 sent-offs
  7. West Ham United – 80 games 5 sent-offs
  8. West Bromwich – 38 games 4 sent-offs
  9. Norwich City – 41 games 4 sent-offs
  10. Sheffield United – 58 games 4 sent-offs

Arsenal is the club with most sent-offs in Premier League since their boss took their responsibility in his hands. They have got a total of 11 red-cards (sent-offs) since 2019.

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Their star striker Pierre Aubemeyang’s future doesn’t seem so bright with them. He is currently in talks with Barcelona, with Arsenal keen to sign Espanyol forward De Tomas.

A few days ago, Arteta talked about the club’s transfer situation and said that he relly want to bring in some new signings. However, January transfer window is a difficult one in which to agree deals.

“It was what we planned but the market is difficult and complicated.

“We knew that, but it’s a lot to manage. We have to make the right decisions with players we believe are going to really help us and try to bring the ones that can take us to the next level.

“We are certainly trying, but whether we are going to be able to do it, let’s see. It’s not only about our intention, but a lot of [things] that are needed to happen.”

Answer to the question above – Rafael van der Vaart

By Shyam
Shyam Sharma who joined SPORTS BIG NEWS in 2021. Focuses on soccer – chiefly the Premier League, LaLiga, UEFA Champions League, Liga MX and MLS. On occasion, also covers American sports, general news and entertainment. Fascinated by the language of sport – particularly the under-appreciated art of translating cliché-speak.