Arsenal manager, Mikel Arteta has backed Everton to “fight against anything” following a 10-point deduction for financial breaches.
The punishment has left the club in the Premier League relegation zone.But speaking to the media on Friday, Arteta admitted he was “very connected” to the club where he spent six years, playing over 200 games.
Everton host Manchester United level on four points with bottom club Burnley.
Arteta said: “It’s a very difficult moment. Obviously it puts the club in a difficult position but they have been in many other difficult positions and they always find a way to get out.
“If there is a quality that I think describes that club, it is the courage and determination and the fight and they will fight against anything and I wish them the