Spain International Unai Emery replaced Arsene Wenger in May with one thing at the back of his mind which is to win trophies for the North London club.
It remains unknown how far the former Sevilla manager could go in achieving his ultimate goal for this season. For the main time, let’s look through Some Facts noticed from Emery’s reign so far as the Gunners manager.
Emery’s Early Days At the Emirates Stadium
He started his reign at the Emirates Stadium by getting some quality players— including Sokratis Papastathopoulos, Bernd Leno, Matteo Guendouzi, Lucas Torreira, Stepan Lichtsteiner — during the summer transfer window so as to improve the backline that was fragile throughout last season.
Exercising Authority Over His Players
The new manager have so far shown to the Gunners faithful that he’s not a coward in making decisions, even if it means leaving out his best players on the substitute bench due on lack of form.
It was believed that Arsene Wenger loves to leave some players on the pitch, even when they are not giving their best. Emery has changed that philosophy and has made it clear to his players that there are no automatic shirts for anyone in the team.
He subbed off Granit Xhaka and Mesut Ozil in the first game of the season due to poor performances from both players.
The decision to replace both ‘senior players’ proved to everyone that there is a no-nonsense manager in control of the team.
The remaining part of this article will be posted in a short while.