The gunners have so far played three Premier League matches and they have only been able to win one of them but the Arsenal fans are positive things will change to good but Unai Emery’s playing style might make some players lose form according to our analysis.
So let’s take a look at the players who might not impress under the playing style which Unai Emery wants to introduce at the Emirates Stadium.
(1) Mesut Ozil
The German international has not impressed for the gunners in their matches against Manchester City and Chelsea, even though one would say that Ozil is usually not at his best when Arsenal is playing against a big team but it seems he can’t manage pressing the opponents as Unai Emery wants because he is a bit weak and very slow at running back, tackling, he is just not good at recovering the ball.
So Unai Emery will need to hope that Mesut Ozil gets used to his playing style soon because the German international will lose form because he can’t manage it.
(2) Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang
The Arsenal record signing arrived at the Emirates Stadium in the January transfer window but he has become a fan favourite at the club already due to his glamours CV. Unai Emery has insisted that he wants his players to be playing from the back but the problem has been that the ball doesn’t reach the striker ( Aubameyang) because they aren’t used to playing in a such way so they end up losing the ball half way.
The ball not reaching the foward like Aubameyang means he will have less chances of scoring yet the Gabon international would be more deadly if in a team that plays long balls and he has the advantage of being fast.
It will be interesting to see if Unai Emery will be able to make these two players integrate into his new playing style but it will however take time if he succeeds.
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