Video: Kieran Tierney on Arteta and a new way of football

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Kieran Tierney spoke to BT Sport ahead of the new season, talking about injuries, Mikel Arteta, how Arsenal’s style of play is perfect for him and lots more.

Watch below.

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Sebastian

You should put subtitles to that one. Great chap, couldn’t unerstedand a word though 🙂

Hey Seb. He basically just discusses:

(+) His recovery from his injuries before and during the season.
(+)How Arteta’s tactics have made him versatile by playing different positions.
(+)The beginning of Arteta’s tenure and worries of being benched.
(+)How the cup wins are a sign of progress.
(+)The new centre-backs.

PeteyB

Thanks for the round up… actually I can’t get these videos to play at all. Anyone know if they are geo-blocked? It doesnt say so, just doesn’t load

Mentalista

Yeah none of those load for me in either.

goonero

What browser do you guys use?

Bryan!

I also can’t see them — maybe they don’t play in the USA?

TorontoGunner

So it’s not just me 😂 I been sitting here since yday trynna try it on my data then wifi then on different browser and it still didn’t work

Sebastian

Thanks. I’m not native and Scots were always tough for me to understand 🙂

C.B.

Bright lad, look forward to seeing him for the next 10 years winning trophies at Arsenal.

Chamakhyungparl

Best left back ever.

YaGunnersYa

I am a simple man. I see Kieran Tierney in an article and I click.

He is a class act. As C.B. says above, I hope he can be a mainstay of title winning Arsenal sides for the next decade.

Anonymarse

Easily one of our best players

James

*aubergine emoji*

shokim

🍆 Fixed it.

I think of all the younger players in the squad. Tierney is the most likely to become world class.

I can’t wait to see him back at LB. Those crosses were superb.

Frank Bascombe

Suspect Bukayo’s the one who’ll do that.

Steve Morrow’s fractured ulnar

Yes, and with Martinelli’s movement in the box… I don’t want to get ahead of myself because they’re both so young and have barely played together… but I’m pretty sure we’re looking at the next Messi and Ronaldo (but better)

ahmad farid ary wardhana

just wish he can recapture his best perform and not plagued by injury..
like our dinamic middfield.. rosicky, diaby, wilshere (just imagine if those three never injuried and play together… hiper drive, explosive movement, one touch football…which only happen at FM (10-12) second season with edit their injury prone to none)

shokim

Great kid, very down to earth. Hope to see him for years to come. Our future captain.

Neil Bamford

I was nervous when he first joined the club as he looked a small and with his injuries you could see he was having a tough time.

But since coming back from his injury he has easily been one of our most consistent players. Roughing it, shouting at his team mates and that cross is something special and hopefully something we can utilise more.

Class act and so happy he’s at the club

Vonnie

It’s shocking how he was overplayed even when carrying a serious injury, another season like that could have done serious harm. The months out have done him the world of good and he looks totally regenerated. He’s shown toughness and skill and I’m also impressed and happy we got him in the end.

Punter

God, that was a high pitched start.

Joey Deacon

Tierney is a such a down to earth top bloke. Tried listening to interview without watching his lips and really struggled to understand him though. And I’m UK born and raised!

Joey Deacon

Major asset to the team – so glad he’s settled in and showing us what he can do. Quality.