Unai Emery replaced Arsene Wenger as the manager of Arsenal in May and the new boss has been backed by many to succeed at the Emirates Stadium including Hector Bellerin.
Unai Emery has made some visible changes at Arsenal like changing the playing style of the gunners and the tight rules he has introduced in the training sessions, like him banning the drinking of fruit juice at the training grounds. Arsenal right back Hector Bellerin is Unai Emery’s first choice right back for this season despite the new boss signing Stephan Lichtsteiner who has more experience than the Spaniard.
Arsene Wenger signed Hector Bellerin a few years ago when he was still young and the right back has played in about three seasons for the gunners with the Frenchman in charge, with Unai Emery replacing Wenger, Hector Bellerin took this chance to reveal the main differences between the two managers.
“With Arsene, he wanted us to play in the same way regardless of the opponents. The idea was that we could play in our way and beat anyone.” Hector Bellerin told Times.
“But Emery is very focused on preparing a plan for our next opponents, whoever they may be. It is very detailed and very professional.”
Arsenal fans will be waiting to see how Unai Emery performs in his first season at the Emirates Stadium and they understand that it will be very tough for the new boss to win the Premier League at his first try but will however hope that the gunners make it to the top four.
Unai Emery has changed the atmosphere in Arsenal training sessions because he is sometimes seen having one on one talks with some players.
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