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Can Unai Emery Lead Arsenal To The Premier League Trophy This Season — 2 of 3

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We have talked on two facts noticed in the Gunners team since Emery took over from Arsene Wenger.

Here are another new changes made to the team by the Spanish manager which could make him win the Premier League title this season:

Intense Training Techniques And New Tactical Approach

Unlike Wenger’s regime when players go through light training sessions – according to the players, Unai Emery has made things more intense but lively for his players at the Colney training ground.

As for his tactical approach to games, the former Paris St-Germain manager tactician has made it clear to his players the way he wants them to play.

According to Emery in one of his interviews with the press, Arsenal players must start playing from the goalkeeper.

This means Petr Cech, who hasn’t played in such tactical setup, must learn to pass the ball more often than he has ever done throughout his professional career.

The North Londoners are known as a club who holds the ball for a long period of time in Wenger’s early days at the club but that seems to have changed in the latter days of the Frenchman’s stay at the Emirates Stadium.

The Results So Far

The 45-year-old manager didn’t start the season on a perfect note, but to be fair with Emery, he faced tough oppositions in Manchester City and Chelsea respectively. The Gunners were defeated 2-0 by Manchester City, followed by a 3-2 defeat to Chelsea.

After a turbulent start to his Arsenal career, Emery finally got off the hook by registering his first victory against West Ham United, whom his side defeated 4-2.

He also led his team to another victory as his men thrashed Cardiff 3-2 a week before the international break.

His recent results made the club’s supporters to believe he’s the right person to lead them to their first Premier League glory in more than a decade.

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