Arsenal is currently doing well in the Carabao Cup and the UEFA Europa League because they haven’t got any loss in those mentioned competitions, one would also say that they are also doing great in the Premier League but the truth is that the fans want to see them in the top four which means there’s still more work to do.
Many expected Unai Emery to face a horrible first season at Arsenal because it was a club that had progressed under the ideologies of the same man ( Arsene Wenger) but the Spanish coach has shown that he was the right man for the job because his team is unbeaten in its last 15 matches. Arsenal lost its first two matches against Manchester City and Chelsea because the team was still in the learning process as said by Unai Emery but their impressive performance against Liverpool showed how they aren’t an easy side.
Former English international Tim Sherwood has said that Laurent Koscielny will be the game changer of Unai Emery when he starts playing again.
“I think the game changer might be Koscielny getting fit, he’s a game changer for Arsenal because at the moment I still think they’re weak at the back.” Sherwood said at Saturday Morning Savage.
“I think Koscielny will be a game changer, if he comes back fit I think he can be the difference and give them a chance for the top four.”
Arsenal has given the fans hope that Laurent Koscielny might feature against Wolves after the club tweeted a picture which shows him with and his teammates in training.
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