Reunion with Arteta in Europe

The Europa League that will open its doors to the Real from October takes shape without haste but without pause. The last to join a list of participants still meager is the Arsenal del Donostiarra Mikel
Arteta. The award-winning London team is classified thanks to being victorious in the FA Cup final against Chelsea (2-1). The two goals of Aubameyang to trace the Pulisic In the derby, they make a new bells adversary appear for Real on their next continental adventure.

The ‘gunner’ income causes, as a close, familiar passage, that Mikel
Arteta meet somehow with the team from his city, the Real. It remains to be seen if chance allows a more significant coincidence, but for now they will compete in the same European competition. The FA Cup is the first title of the Donostiarra as first coach. Arteta played in the Real one during season 2004/2005, with more pain than glory, since it was not protagonist to the orders of Joseph
Mari
Amorrortu.

Arsenal’s victory at Wembley is the record for football in the British Isles for this season. The end of the campaign in England precedes the outcome of Italy this weekend. Therefore, all the major European leagues are coming to an end domestically, waiting for the continental editions of the current year to be decided in August. The Calcium rubric will select the potential transalpine rivals of the Royal, who will not walk any shield around the Old Continent.

On the one hand, Rome and Naples qualified for the group stage, just like Real, and will be seeded. AC Milan will have to defend its character in the previous rounds, specifically from the second, in the same draw as Granada, Tottenham, Glasgow Rangers or Galatasaray.

La Real points to drum 2

With Arsenal, there are 17 teams qualified for the group stage of the Europa League. La Real is currently accompanying Villarreal (Spain), CSKA Muscú (Russia), Braga (Portugal), Leicester (England), Feyenoord (Netherlands), Hoffenheim (Germany), Zorya Luhansk (Ukraine), Lille (France), Nice ( France), Charleroi (Belgium), Sivasspor (Turkey) and Wolfsberger (Austria). All these squads are guaranteed a place in the final phase of the tournament: they are released from preliminaries.

In the absence of all previews, it seems unlikely that Real is the seed. Aim at the second kick drum with a ratio of 19,885 points.