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Willian explains why he struggled at Arsenal after leaving north London after only one 12 months

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Willian is again in London after becoming a member of Fulham (Image: Getty)

Former Arsenal winger Willian has opened up on his struggles in north London, admitting taking part in a season behind closed doorways ‘with out the thrill of the group’ had a big impact on him.

After seven profitable years at Chelsea, the Brazil worldwide headed throughout the capital to affix Arsenal on a free switch in 2020.

Whereas he registered two assists on his debut, Willian would go away the Gunners after only one 12 months, mutually terminating his contract with the membership after what he described as ‘the worst time that I had lived as an expert’.

After a quick spell again in Brazil with Corinthians, the 34-year-old was again in London to affix Fulham on switch deadline day, offering an help within the 3-2 win over Nottingham Forest final Friday.

Reflecting on his time at Arsenal, Willian has revealed he struggled for motivation in coaching regardless of leaving on good phrases with Mikel Arteta.

The 2020-21 Premier League marketing campaign was largely performed out with no followers in attendance because of the Covid-19 pandemic.

And the Brazilian says the empty stadiums took its toll on his recreation.

Willian left Arsenal by mutual consent (Image: Getty)

‘I feel I’m perhaps the one participant who has completed one thing like this,’ Willian instructed the Athletic, recalling his Arsenal exit.

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‘Some other participant in my state of affairs would have stayed till the tip of the contract and saved choosing up the cash. However I’m not like this. Cash just isn’t a very powerful factor on the planet. I’ve to really feel good, to really feel motivated to go to coaching. I wasn’t having that there so I made a decision to go away.’

On his struggles on the membership, he added: ‘For many of the season, we had been taking part in with out followers (due to COVID-19).

‘I didn’t see Arsenal followers. Possibly I wanted to really feel the thrill of the group, that it was one thing I missed. It was a tough second not only for me, however for everybody on the planet. To play with out followers at a brand new membership just isn’t simple.

‘On my final day there, I spoke with the supervisor Mikel Arteta. I thanked him loads for what he had completed for me, for bringing me to Arsenal. I simply wished him all the perfect.

‘He is an efficient supervisor and I’ve nice respect for Arsenal. They’re doing effectively, they’ve good gamers. They’ll obtain good issues this season.’


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