Arteta is finished after defeat Arsenal: “Enough is enough”

Arsenal lost to Everton on Friday after a terrible blunder by goalkeeper Bernd Leno. But manager Mikel Arteta talks about the VAR afterwards.
The battle between Arsenal and Everton was under high tension because Arsenal is one of the twelve Super League clubs. Supporters didn‘t take that and demanded the departure of owner Stan Kroenke before the race.
Arsenal couldn’
t regain the trust of the supporters on the field. Arteta‘s team was barely menacing, although Everton did little. After rest Arsenal seemed to get a penalty kick after Dani Ceballos went to the ground eagerly. But the VAR reversed that decision because Nicolás Pépé would have been out of play for it. It was millimeter work and so Arteta is furious. Arsenal eventually lost the game because of Leno’s blunder.
We have no control over some things. We only have control on the field, but we were not good, Arteta said afterwards. I‘ve seen it ten times, but I don’t see it. I don‘t get it. Someone needs to explain this. Enough is enough. I’ve had enough of it today. We‘ve been through a lot of moments like this, but no one’s explaining it. It affects the people, our work and the club.