Arsenal ‘hire ex-Hashtag United star – known as the Tekkers Guru – as an attacking coach from next season to provide specialist and technical assistance to Premier League leaders’ forwards’ as Mikel Arteta seeks more efficiency in the final third
- Arsenal have hired a new coach known as ‘Tekkers Guru’ according to reports
- Hussein Isa ‘will join Mikel Arteta’s coaching staff in the build-up to next season’
- The 34-year-old coach has previously played for non-league side Hashtag United
- Isa ‘will be tasked with improving the Gunners’ attacking output in the final third’
Arsenal have recruited a new first team coach known as ‘Tekkers Guru’, according to reports.
Hussein Isa, who played for QPR and Tottenham at youth level before undergoing a spell at Hashtag United, has built a reputation online as a technical specialist after showcasing his skill and free-kick ability.
‘Tekkers Guru’ has played Futsal for England and also has experience doubling for stars such as Lionel Messi, Sergio Aguero and Eden Hazard in commercials.
Mikel Arteta ‘will welcome ex-Hashtag United star “Tekkers Guru” to Arsenal’s backroom staff’
Hussein Isa has played Futsal for England – and doubled for Lionel Messi in commercial shoots
The 34-year-old coach will now reportedly join Mikel Arteta’s backroom staff as a technical coach, tasked with providing specialist assistance to the Gunners’ attacking stars.
According to The Athletic, Isa will work with both the first team and academy stars who are on the brink of breaking into the senior squad.
He is set to start his role at the club in the summer, when Arsenal begin preparations for the 2023-24 campaign.
The technical specialist, 34, will be tasked with improving Arsenal’s attack from next season
Arsenal have carved out a five-point lead at the summit of the Premier League ahead of reigning champions Manchester City and plan to continue their purple patch of form as they chase down a first league title since 2003.
Summer signing and star forward Gabriel Jesus sustained a knee injury during the World Cup, and his presence in attack was sorely missed during the Gunners’ 0-0 stalemate with Newcastle last Tuesday.
Despite still boasting a glut of attacking options including Bukayo Saka, Eddie Nketiah and Gabriel Martinelli, Arsenal will be eager to boost their forward line during the January transfer window.