What Arsenal-linked Antonio Conte said about his management to Thierry Henry

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Arsenal have made a horrible start to their Premier League campaign this season.

The Gunners have lost all three Premier League matches after a busy transfer window and the fans are calling for Mikel Arteta to be relieved of his duties.

Former Chelsea manager Antonio Conte has been linked with a move to the London club recently and it will be interesting to see if the Gunners are prepared to make a move for the Italian.

Arsenal’s start to the league campaign this year is their worst in over 65 years and it is simply unacceptable because the Gunners spent more than any other Premier League club this summer.

Conte is a much better manager who has a proven history of winning trophies.

The Italian helped Chelsea win the Premier League and he guided Inter Milan to a league title last season.

However, the Italian manager has his methods and he also has a strict sense of discipline.

Speaking to the former Arsenal striker Thierry Henry about his management a few years ago, the Italian explained that he demands respect and a good attitude from his players.

He also outlined the importance of the manager holding on to the changing room by dealing with negative situations.

“I always talk about education and respect. I give this, but I demand this,” he said.

“If someone haven’t the good attitude during the training session or the good behaviour, in different circumstances, then I would prefer to kill him.

“If a manager closes his eyes and does not want to see the bad situation, he will lose the changing room.”

It is evident that Arteta is lacking the experience to take on a job as big as Arsenal and the club hierarchy will have to make a decision on his future soon.