Arsenal is currently under the management of a new coach this season for the first time in two decades and it seems the North Londoners have embraced change because it seems like the gunners are on a great form these past few weeks.
So let’s take a look at three reasons why we believe that the gunners are on steady progress.
(1) ARSENAL HAS RECOVERED FROM IT’S FIRST TWO LOSSES
The gunners lost its first two matches against Manchester City and Chelsea. These two losses made most of the Arsenal fans lose hope in Unai Emery because they thought that they could use these two games to determine whether the new manager has made some significant changes at the North London club.
Arsenal has however recovered from those two losses because they are now on a winning streak of eight wins in a row in all competitions.
(2) ARSENAL IS DOING GREAT IN ALL COMPLETIONS SO FAR
Arsenal is currently in the fifth position on the Premier League table after winning a number of Premier League matches, they are now finally closer to the top four.
In the Carabao Cup, the gunners defeated Brentford in the third round and have now been drawn with an easy side, Blackpool.
The gunners are also on top of their Europa League group E table after winning its last two group stage matches.
(3) ARSENAL PLAYERS ARE SLOWLY EMBRACING UNAI EMERY’S PLAYING STYLE
Arsenal’s new boss Unai Emery has changed the playing style of the gunners but it was clear that the North Londoners found it hard to master it in their first four matches. It is however different this time because you can even see players like Petr Cech now feeling confident when the team tries to start attacks with him.
Unai Emery has also requested the Arsenal players to be pressing the opponent when they don’t have the ball and one can easily notice that the players are now getting used to this strategy.
So that’s it, have a nice day everyone.
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