The Gunners were criticised for their gung-ho attitude in the second half of their 2-1 defeat by Manchester United at The Emirates on Saturday.
They were just gung-ho and they’re going all-or-nothing, and at the moment they’re getting nothing in these kinds of games because of that cavalier attitude
And former Bradford City manager Kamara believes fifth-placed Arsenal need to be more ruthless in front of goal.
“Arsenal are just missing a bit of belief against the clubs above and around them, and they’re not taking their chances when they need to,” Kamara told Sky Sports.
“Once you don’t do that against any team, let alone the top teams, you know they’ll get opportunities to score goals themselves. It’s the cavalier approach that they need to sort out – in this league a point might make all the difference at the end of the year.”
Kamara continued: “When you’re a team like Arsenal and there are other teams vying for a top-four spot, then you can end up looking back on a game like this and think ‘well, we were 1-0 down but ground out a result’.
“But they were just gung-ho and they’re going all-or-nothing, and at the moment they’re getting nothing in these kinds of games because of that cavalier attitude. That’s something Arsene Wenger and Steve Bould have to sort out.”
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