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Former Tottenham midfielder Jamie O’Hara brands Arsenal an ‘embarrassment’ and says Gunners have ‘no leaders, no characters, and a lot of pretenders’

  • June 25, 2020
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The Gunners have dropped to 11th in the table with crushing back-to-back defeats to Man City and Brighton since the Premier League’s restart.

And O’Hara, who played for Tottenham between 2005 and 2011, has branded Arsenal an ‘embarrassment’, while claiming they have always been an arrogant club.

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When asked about Arsenal’s decision to hand error-prone defender David Luiz a new one-year contract, O’Hara told talkSPORT: “It doesn’t surprise me with Arsenal at the moment.

“They’re an embarrassment since they’ve come back. They’ve talked up a lot.

“This whole sort of arrogant Arsenal is what we used to say when I was at Spurs. They always used to think they were better than they were. They’re starting to show that a little bit now.

Jason Cundy reacts to the news of Arsenal extending David Luiz's contract

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