There was a moment late on during our Champions League clash with Hoffenheim that perfectly captured Jonas Eidevall’s philosophy.
Despite being four goals to the good with the final whistle fast approaching, Kim Little covered the length of the pitch to track a dangerous attach from the visitors, before sliding in with an outstanding last-ditch tackle.
“I think actions like that, that’s a vote for the team that we want to be,” Jonas Eidevall told Arsenal.com.
“That just gives me goosebumps to see, and I mean the more of those actions we do, the more clear the image becomes of what team we want to be, and I love seeing that. I purely love it!
“We just can’t get complacent, we can’t think that we are done with the development. The Barcelona game showed us that we still have a lot to develop. We are practicing well here now since that game, and we have made two good performances against Everton and now Hoffenheim. But we are not finished, we need to keep going, we haven’t won anything yet.
“We need to be humble and stay with our feet on the ground, and we need to be ready to go against Brighton, when we return in the FA Cup semi-final.”
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