It is certain that a change in manager will lead to a change in tactics, squad list and psychological status of any team.
Arsenal changed their manager for the first time in 22 years and its effects are telling on some of the players.
Former Chelsea goalie Petr Cech has been made to start playing from the back, a situation he’s not comfortable with.
In the first game of the season against Manchester City, the Czech international nearly cost his team a goal when he almost put the ball into his own net.
Against Cardiff on Sunday, the goalie, who is adapting to a new style of play, made another error when he passed the ball to Cardiff’s Harry Arter.
To this new change of tactics, Ben Foster suggested that Cech is making a whole lot of errors because of the ‘play from the back’ approach deployed by Unai Emery.
According to him, Cech is used to shooting the ball to his midfielders throughout his career, so, it is difficult for him to adapt easily to passing to his defenders in most games.
He called on Emery to give the goalie the opportunity to play to his strength if he wants to get the best out of him.
However, the Watford goalkeeper backed up the experienced goalkeeper to get used to the playing pattern as time goes on because he’s one of the best netminders in the history of the League.