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Arsenal and Mikel Arteta backed to benefit from Man City's Champions League ban

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Former Newcastle United and West Ham player Kieron Dyer has claimed that Manchester City's Champions League ban benefits Arsenal the most.

Pep Guardiola's men have been banned from the Champions League for two seasons pending an appeal with the Court of Arbitration for Sport.

If the punishment is upheld, fifth place in the Premier League would qualify teams for the Champions League.

Dyer has now told BBC Radio 5 Live Sport on Arsenal: "The biggest winner is Arsenal because the top four was a no-go for them.

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"The result against Newcastle was great for them and the new manager is starting to put his ideas in.

"The Man City situation has thrown the fifth position up and you look at the teams who are ahead of them and Arsenal have a lot to gain. It's done them a great benefit."

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Former Chelsea star Shaun Wright-Phillips was also in the studio for the Friday Night Football Social.

He echoed Dyer's thoughts on Arsenal in recent weeks as Arteta starts to make his mark on the Gunners.

He added: "I think I can agree. The way I saw them defending against Newcastle was good. If they keep that up they'll be in a good position."


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