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Profile of the Spanish footballer Mikel Arteta, who currently plays as a midfielder at Arsenal. The 33-year old player Arteta joined Arsenal from Everton and wears the number 8 shirt.

Mikel Arteta
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        (Squad number 8)

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Mikel Arteta Career
1999Barcelona C5(1)
1999–2002Barcelona B42(3)
2001–2002Paris Saint-Germain (loan)31(2)
2004–2005Real Sociedad15(1)
2005Everton (loan)12(1)

1998–1999Spain U1610(4)
1999Spain U177(0)
1999–2001Spain U1813(1)
2002–2003Spain U2112(2)

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Mikel Arteta : Arsenal News
“It has been the form of the latter -- and, to a lesser extent, the former -- that has the Arsenal faithful dreaming of a first Premier League title since 2004. The apogee of which arrived against Manchester United.”
 VAVEL Yesterday
“Arsenal can go level on points with Premier League leaders Tomas Rosicky, Danny Welbeck, Mikel Arteta, Theo Walcott and Francis Coquelin all sidelined with injuries and neither of them close to a return.”
 International Business Times Yesterday
“Injuries to Francis Coquelin and Mikel Arteta have opened up a gaping hole in the defensive midfield position, with only Mathieu Flamini capable of manning the troops. But, Wenger is looking to use Calum Chambers in that position, to fill the gap.”
 International Business Times Yesterday
“Arsenal's decision to take a 14 minute flight to Norwich The Gunners are now stretched in defensive midfield due to injuries to Francis Coquelin and Mikel Arteta. "It is not even the longevity that I admire".”
 gosporttimes.com Yesterday
“Arsene Wenger says his Arsenal stars have a month or so to convince him he Francis Coquelin is the latest to be ruled out for several months and, with Jack Wilshere and Mikel Arteta also sidelined long-term, his defensive midfield has been depleted.”
 Mirror Yesterday
““I only count Arsenal out now because if you’d asked me which player they can’t cope without, it’s Francis Coquelin. It says it all that his replacement Mikel Arteta gave away the free-kick, scored an own goal then went off injured.”
 The Sport Review 3 days ago
“The Gunners took the lead through Olivier Giroud’s ninth goal of the season only for James Morrison and an Mikel Arteta own goal to reverse the tie.”
 The Daily Express 3 days ago
“Wenger reveals Sanchez had a "hamstring alarm" and Campbell felt his calf v Dinamo. Both fine for Sunday #AFC After Tuesday's 3-0 win against Zagreb, here's what Arsenal need to do to qualify to reach the last 16.”
 Daily Telegraph 4 days ago
“Arsenal captain Mikel Arteta deflected a cross into his own in the 40th minute to hand West Brom the winning goal and Santi Cazorla missed a penalty in the 84th when he slipped as he was about to shoot. Izzo goes for 500th win tonight vs.”
 gosporttimes.com 4 days ago
“The manager is without his first-choice, Francis Coquelin, for 12 weeks with a medial knee ligament complaint and Mikel Arteta for around a month because of calf damage.”
 The Guardian 4 days ago
Mikel Arteta Career Honours
  • Paris Saint-Germain: UEFA Intertoto Cup (1): 2001
  • Rangers: Scottish Premiership (1): 2002-03
  • Rangers: Scottish League Cup (1): 2003
  • Arsenal: FA Cup (2): 2013-14, 2014-15
  • Arsenal: FA Community Shield (2): 2014, 2015
  • Spain: UEFA European Under-16 Football Championship: 1999
  • Spain: UEFA-CAF Meridian Cup: 1999
  • Scottish Premier League Young Player of the Month (2): September 2002, August 2003
  • Everton Player of the Season (2): 2005–06, 2006–07
  • Everton Players' Player of the Season (1): 2005–06
  • Sky Sports Midfielder of the Year (1): 2006–07
  • North West Player of the Year (1): 2006–07

    Source: wikipedia.org

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    David Ospina Petr Cech
    Hector Bellerin Mathieu Debuchy
    Nacho Monreal Kieran Gibbs
    Calum Chambers Gabriel Paulista
    Per Mertesacker Laurent Koscielny
    Joel Campbell Theo Walcott
    Alexis Sanchez Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain
    Tomas Rosicky Mesut Ozil
    Jack Wilshere Santi Cazorla
    Aaron Ramsey Mikel Arteta
    Mathieu Flamini Francis Coquelin
    Danny Welbeck Olivier Giroud
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