Arsenal manager Unai Emery has been at the Emirates Stadium for just three months but he has failed to get a win in their last two matches against Manchester City and Chelsea.
Arsene Wenger resigned from his position as the manager of Arsenal in May after the end of the 2017/18 season, his departure up to now hasn’t been clear because some believe that the North Londoners sacked the Frenchman due to poor results of the team.
Arsenal fans made many protests on how Arsene Wenger was managing the club and called for the resignation of the French manager, so the supporters will be hoping to see the new Arsenal of Unai Emery because they feel happy that they finally got a new manager but former gunners star Tony Adams says that he sees nothing different in what Unai Emery is doing at the Emirates Stadium.
Arsenal legend Tony Adams said in an interview with The Sun that he was really happy about the prospect of having real change at the North London club after having spent two decades with the same man, and says that he saw some Wengerism in the performance of the gunners against Manchester City in their season opening match.
“It’s the same goalkeeper, the same style of play, it just feels the same, there’s no one rocking the boat. Chief Executive Ivan Gazidis has gone for a head coach because they don’t want someone with the power Arsene had.” said Tony Adams.
Some Arsenal fans will agree with the statement by the legend because they weren’t happy with Unai Emery after he played a weak lineup against Chelsea which had under performing players that didn’t impress against Manchester City so they believe that new boss might also have that mentality of making poor decisions when it comes to lineups like Arsene Wenger.
Tony Adams continued and criticized Arsenal’s playing style of beautiful football and says that other clubs have mastered it than the North Londoners.
“They still want to appease the fans with a style of play like Arsene had. They don’t want to lose the ideology of the ‘beautiful game’, whatever that is.”
“I don’t think you are going to have success that way because there are clubs doing it far better, with better players and more money than us.”