London Football Awards: Arsenal’s Arteta, Saka, Odegaard and Ramsdale bag awards

Arsenal’s efforts have been recognised at the London Football Awards with Manager Arteta, Odegaard, Saka and Ramsdale all winning awards.


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Manager Mikel Arteta grabbed the Manager of the Year Award, Martin Odegaard took home the Premier League player for the campaign.

Manager Mikel Arteta

However, Bukayo Saka who was nominated for the player of the year award scooped up the Premier League Young Player of the Year.

Ramsdale crowned the day by lifting the Goalkeeper of the Year Award not to forget Young Player of the Year nominees included Gabriel Martinelli and William Saliba.

In addition, Odegaard has managed 10 goals and seven assists already this season. , beating off competition from the likes of Harry Kane.


Arsenal Women’s team was awarded the Power of Football for their Women’s Euro 2022 win, as the evening was packed with episodes in that West Ham legend Mark Noble was also celebrated for his incredible career with The Hammers, through the Outstanding Contribution to London Football award.

The Gunners sit five points clear at the top of the Premier League and will look to build on their success at the London Football Awards by winning their first Premier League title in nearly 20 years this season.

Bukayo Saka

Arsenal impressive season

On Sunday, the Premier League battle shaped up just as most Gunners fans would have wished, a 3-0 away win at Craven Cottage in one of four Sunday fixtures.

Arsenal’s Leandro Trossard made history by providing three assists in the first half. The first, in the 21st minute for Gabriel, and the second in the 26th minute for Martinelli. He sealed the historic achievement by providing the final assist for Martin Odegaard.

Thirteen minutes from time, Gabriel Jesus came off the bench to make his first start since having knee surgery in December, giving Arsenal an additional lift.

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With 11 games remaining for each team, the result puts Arsenal five points ahead of title rival Manchester City. Fulham stay eighth.

Arsenal’s next fixture is at home against Sporting Lisbon in the second leg of their UEFA Europa League Round of 16 tie. They will then host Crystal Palace in the Premier League on Sunday.

Arsenal had to come from behind against Sporting Lisbon to earn a 2-2 draw in a drama-packed Europa League last-16 first-leg fixture.

The 22nd-minute header from William Saliba gave The Gunners, who were still without Gabriel Jesus despite his recent return to training, the lead.

Goncalo Inacio and Paulinho scored for Sporting giving them a shock lead at the start of the second half.

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Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta has urged his side saying they must “improve massively” if they want to win games and lift trophies.

The return leg is scheduled for next Thursday after an own goal by the hosts’ Japanese midfielder Hidemas Morita.

Fabio Vieira’s header was to carry the day for Arsenal but keeper Antonio Adan kept it out.

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Europa League is worth winning for Arsenal and Arteta despite chasing their first Premier League title since 2003-04.


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